This was requested xx and I love writing it
I stand at the front, my body pushed against the barrier firmly. Air is rushing in and out of me, I can’t tell if it’s from the excitement or absolute fear that I’m now being crushed by a tonne of girls just to get a little bit closer. About 10 meters in front of me singing his heart out, is the person I came to see. Just to hear his voice: Shawn Mendes. His concerts are great, but his voice is better. His voice flows over us all, causing this atmosphere of love and passion. I’m pushed harder form behind and it snaps me out of the daze I’m in. I bite back a shriek I know that if I show that I’m in pain or anything I will be pulled out of here.
“stop shoving me” I yell out at the girls behind me but it falls on deaf ears. They aren’t listening to anything other than Shawn’s voice. I’m shoved harder this time. And this time the air in my lungs is shoved out and I struggle to pull it back in. I can’t even shove back not whilst I can’t breathe. The cheering seems to get louder and I don’t know if it’s because I’m being pushed harder against the gate that I’m starting to get dizzy and lose my footings. The shrieking is getting so much louder and I’m being pushed further into the barrier, I feel as if the barrier and I are about to become one. I feel warm hands grip my shoulders firmly, and I actually thank the security will help me. to hell with not wanting to leave, if leaving meant I could breathe then I will welcome it with open arms. I’d probably be able to hear again too, because the shrieking is making me want to rip my ears off or jam something in them so I can’t hear. The warm hands rip me out of the pit and onto the barrier. As soon as I’m over the other side, I slide out of the grip and just lean against the safety of the barrier. It’s strange that this concrete block is protecting me from an onslaught of girls just to get closer to a guy that has a beautiful voice. I gulp down the air, the air that It seemed I was deprived of only a minute ago. I fill my lungs over and over again till I’m breathing fine.
“are you okay?” a smooth voice flows over to me.