It All Is Over
7 am. She wakes up, takes a shower, has breakfast, leaves for the office.
7:50 am. She will be stuck in traffic and late for work again. But who cares. Well, the boss does. But then again... who cares.
She is tired. Only God knows how tired she is. But soon it will be over.
9.20 am. Office. Mails, calls, annoyance, indignation, anger, fights, tears.
And only one thought warms her up “Soon it all will be over.”
Colleagues. Customers. Managers.
Tired, sleepy, angry.
Looking at the clock. The time does not run as usual but crawls instead. And the only escape is the thought “Soon it all will be over.”
She smiles. She knows tomorrow she will be free.
6.00 pm. It is over. She smiles hesitantly at her colleagues, lies how much she will miss them and finally leaves the office.
Lost in her thoughts she does not notice that car. She cannot see how the car driver trying to avoid collision loses control and gets into the bus’ way. She even does not feel how the bus throws her up. She only thinks “Soon it all will be over.”
Just not the way she expected it to be. With no happiness about well deserved vacation, with no excitement about going to new places, with no riding with him on a brand new bike bought specially for this long planned trip.
With nothing but the peace and the realization of the fact that now it all is over.