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  • I don't remember quite what happened,
    I woke up lost, confused with a wound on my right side
    Funny thing is that, I couldn't feel a thing.
    I was surrounded by white walls that weren't as cushioned as I thought they would be.
    I can tell you this because I almost cracked my skull trying to get out. Ouch.
    These places aren't as fun as you would imagine they would be.
    Considering you're left alone
    Alone with your own insanity, your own thoughts, your own self destructive mindset
    Alone with the darkness of the cold room, with the lack of communication
    Alone with all your worst nightmares and those old pills that you were supposed to take
    Do you know what it's like to be trapped?
    Not physically but mentally; unable to do what you desire, what you crave.
    I guess that's the price I have to pay for seeking revenge, I guess I should have let him go, I guess I should've stopped beating him when he pleaded.
    But then again, what's the fun in letting people go.
    Letting them get away with their disgusting pleasures
    Now that wouldn't be fair, Would it?
    I couldn't help but be the hero in this short story
    I just wanted to help, that's all my good side ever wanted to do.
    HELP
    It's too bad my dark side overshadowed the good.
    After all, I heard Hell is a party.
    That's where you'll find both of my personas.
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