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If time could tell me where I was when I needed it the most, would time befriend
me or would time take me away too soon? It was a few minutes after breakfast
and I was still waiting for the bell to sound-that bell ringing in my ears
long after everyone else had left to do "other" things, I waited-for time to
come here and lay upon me more wounds-It wasn't long after the last thought
that the door slid open and emerged like usual was the lab servant in a rain
coat of black resin-I was certainly on another plain of life or maybe a
planet room, a room where all their fears could be answered somehow-If they
keep time bottled up with new questions, and the answers could not be
explained-then that would mean that the rules of the universe could be
bargained with and the ultimate power in charge could be bribed-or bought;
This left my stomach feeling more empty, and the stinging pain was comforting
like a dental ache-I pressed my right three fingers into the back of my
throat to cough out loud-but only blood spurted out onto the floor-It was
dark like chocolate mud-they rushed me to the hospital next door-I met a young
woman there with a familiar voice-she recognized me too-but didn't exchange
a word-an odor filled my head with nothing familiar, but the flowers in the
vase next to her bed reminded me that we were one in the same-We could be the
last answer, the bargaining tool to reason with the high power that controlled
time-I wanted to smell her in a way unlike most would understand-her aroma
could be therapy enough for my healing, and then they would let me graduate
and leave here for good;
A constant value between two like energy sources is held together by a thin wire
and our brains operate with them in the same way-Her name was...well that
may be crucial someday-rather keep that to myself somewhere-

D.E.M.-04 To Be Cont.


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