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Oceanic Ch2Chapter 2: Where I Go
Medication of high dose drugs floating through the air; smell strong enough to make anyone gag. Wailing and whining patients echoing howls bounced off the walls. Doctors and nurses dashing up and down the hallways to reach to the next test ra . . . I mean a weak citizen in need.
Carefully sitting up, not wanting to pull the wires poked and taped into my skin. Pulling back the paper thin blanket off, finding it too warm. The curtains partly closed showed a bright light, and I wanted it gone.
Finding the nurse calling switch was easy enough. Not long when one came rushing in. Bleach blond hair in a bun, skin tight nurse uniform covered most of her fake tan, blue eyes as the sky looked at me, waiting.
"Yes, Mr. Martin, you need something?"
I just pointed to the window. Seeing that voice was burning for an unknown reason.
She nodded and did just that, then leaving when her beeper went off.
"Again . . . " She said, almost in a dull tone. Leaving fast withou
PhobiaIn a time of any child's life. They must go through many things before ever coming close to becoming an adult. From taking first steps to learning to drive. For such a big gap that is and for not just one child to know, but every child born, and even those who still look back on simpler times; in hope things could just back to those moments.
That reason of thought, is only out of fear. We all go through. Some fears are from something only few know it can be a fear. A common term used as a phobia; relating to drowning in water, falling from steep heights, choking on something too big to swallow, and so forth. One other fear that can be common, but not really explain is the unknown.
Going back to simpler times of my youth, I never knew what could really be called the unknown. For I was still afraid what was in my closet. I somehow later labeled that as the unknown.
Even recalling it to this day, seeing such a beast enter my room. Scaring who knows how many years that I'll never get back.
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