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Amazed (150)


My neck hurts, and it feels as if my legs won’t cooperate if I attempt to stand. The lights were so bright, before I was surrounded by nothing but darkness. I have no idea where I am, but I fear that it is not safe here. The noises keep coming closer. I have no idea what they are. Voices have been in my head forever, now it feels as if they are real. It all went wrong somehow. I have no idea where it when any of this ends I just hope it ends soon.


The click of the lock broke me out of my thoughts; I was amazed to see a large woman in a white uniform. “Time for your medication, we want you to get well. You want that too don’t you?”

Where am I? What are the voices? Is it all a dream or am I really in need of medication? (other than the obvious) Are delusions what I hope ends soon, or do I want to wake up from a nightmare?

The word is amazed and the limit for this post was 150 word, this post is 134 words. Clicking the link will take you to M3 and the offical rules.
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