In that split second, I learned that somethings in life can change just like that.
There I was, waiting for the train after another long day at work. I stared at the minutes when the next train would arrive. My stomach growled in hunger. One thing I hated about my job, the two-hour daily commute on public transit which I had resort to because my stingy husband wouldn’t even let me get a car.
“Ugh, won’t this damn train come already?” I almost screamed. The notice-board had been saying the train will arrive in 1-minute for the last five minutes.
Finally, I could see the light of the train approaching from the tunnel. At the same time, I heard a horn coming from the opposite direction along with a loud screech of brakes in my ears. Then as if everything stopped, I watched the trains collided before me. Shards of glass flying toward me and yet there was nothing I could do except letting the glass penetrate every inch of me as I fell.