I ride the train everyday. I watch people do their business. I see people walk along the road. They converse with their friends and families but the silence is louder than the crowd. This silence is like a shadow, I can feel the emptiness slowly creeping in my system. A disease of some sort and the void, its virus, is rapidly growing. I want to shout for help but nobody can hear me. The silence is louder than the crowd. And it’s getting louder and louder, drowning me into nothingness.