When there’s nothing left, you feel it. You feel the emptiness, the hallow pit in the midst of your stomach. It cannot be filled with food or with anything you try and fill it with. It’s just empty space that begins sucking your entire being into it. You try and try to stuff and close this hole but everything falls through, so you stop trying. You lose the power to try because the emptiness is taking over. Once you’ve stopped trying, the hole becomes larger. It only takes a few days for the emptiness to take over your entire body. No longer do you feel this pit in your stomach, it’s in your arms and legs, your heart and your mind. You are no longer living, you are only existing while you are being ran by this emptiness.

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