Mind's Prison By Marshall41 They’re watching me, always watching. Right! Left! Nothing, where did They go? Empty corridors, white walls, numbers on plaques, spotless floors. Can’t fool me! Must escape this prison, their needles and truth serums, whores and doctors in smocks and gloves. A lazy night guard, A Prison watchman, chronically obese, bulging muscles, holstered truncheon, machine gun. Creep, creep up. “Hey, you! You’re supposed to be in bed.” Caught, flashing reD Lights, alArms scrEAm a cuCkoo’s Caw, a chick eScapes, notflying, but Falling Over the eDge cruel gravity cruel. “Hey, c-c-calm down, time for bed, it’s o-okay.” nO turniNg back, aTTackaTTackaTTack, “I-I don’t want to hurt you” AttAckAttAckAttAck, Sprawling bodies, Got his GUN! JaMMed. SwingBeatCrushPoundSmachKill! Eye sockets collapse, Teeth shatter, One rib cracks, Two, Three, Fingers snap, flesh Peals back, bone Splinters, Red splatters, paints the hall. Noise fills the night, light and bodies hurry to see. More are Coming! Guard still alive. Break his nose! Break his jaw! Break his arms! Break his neck! Break his face! BREAK HIS LIFE! Doctors’ Nurses’ Surgeons’ Medics’ hands free man from corpse. blood pools at foot, Covers his hands, Covers his face. “Hold him still,” a flash on flesh, “Sleep now sleep.” Arms numb, Vision blurs, No escape, the sick can rest. They’re watching us, always watching.