The Blue Nurse

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Horror  |  House: Booksie Classic


YES, I do have bad memory's of my father when I think of him. But it didn't ruin my whole life. My younger brother MELVIN and sister ZEELEN didn't get to know their father. I suppose dealing with the pain and shock of being scolded with boiling hot water at a young age made me have the desire to help people like me and my father who suffered from a mental illness. It gave me the desire to do research and to reach out and help people in need. It's may seem I go crazy at times. But I also have dealt with my own deal with my own mental illness and desolations. I can understand what people are going through.


It's funny if you imagine it. I'm a big fan of the colour blue, You can tell just by looking at me. But if I could have had pink hair, then I would have been named the pink nurse, I could have been the yellow nurse, The purple nurse, The orange nurse or whatever hair colour I could have. If I had my hair under all the colours of the rainbow then I'd be the rainbow nurse.

My boss doesn't care about my image, My tattoos and my tongue piercing. I'm good at my job. It is what I strive to do.

I have my long blue hair, Blue uniform and my blue reading glasses to match. 

My goal is to help those who are mentally ill. Who are in need.

INT TIANA'S flashback dream (A dark-haired 24-year-old TIANA has a flashback of a nightmare she once had, TIANA is scared and hides away in a locked room as she peeps at of window)

The elephant man barges his way into the building and grasp a male patient and eats him up and spits out all of his entire dry bones onto the floor.

 TIANA sits and reminisces.





Submitted: October 29, 2021

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dewey green

Interesting, Blue rocks! Love the Ganesha man, mover of immovable objects.
Onya Iris!

Sat, October 30th, 2021 3:16pm

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