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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
Infer

Submitted: June 20, 2019

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There was once a little girl that lived in a mansion alongside her family for what seemed to be secluded from the rest of the world. The older she grew, the more her curiosities peeked. She had become uninterested in her own life and craved another. Her life, a series of dreadful routine. She had pleaded with her family to leave the connected walls and door they called “home.” Each request denied, but she considered herself clever and unknowingly bargained with the devil. She allowed her mind to wander the places her body was not permitted. Overtime she had become unsatisfyed and demanded more. Her mind had become overtaken by thoughts of rebellion. Shadows began to creep where she thought they never could. Home. Her family’s sanctuary tainted by her. A typical child, afraid to get in trouble. She kept quiet. The shadows turning to demons now their turn to demand. Demanding to be heard. Their whispers turned to shrieks. Still nothing creeped out of her sealed lips. The demos swirling in her mind aching to break free. She had become their carrier. Unable to sleep. Unable to let her guard down. Years past. She was oblivious to the epidemic the demos had secretly plotted. An incurable disease. A death sentence. Her family. One by one had turned into corpses. With each body disappeard a room. Her mansion now turned into a single room. Her demons now morphed into human form. Their white lab coats matching the cushion that trapped her mind in her new home. She had lost all control and had now become their prisoner. Each day they entered her chamber to feed her the necessary nutritients for her physical form to survive what her mind couldn’t. Life. The demons continue to toy with her. Branded her insane. She now remains forever trapped. 


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