“Mr. Carson, please relax, we must tighten your jacket.”

“That’s Dr. Carson to you!  Where is my green jacket?”

“Dr. Carson, white will fit better, and look dashing for dinner.”

“Will my beautiful daughter Eve be joining us for the meal?”

“No sir.”

“I prefer to dine on the yacht tonight, with wine, caviar, and candles!”

“Relax sir, quick prick, stay still.”

The nurse instructed her new intern: “This patient lost his mind after the brutal murder of his daughter while at University in 2008. Humor him, keep the straight jacket tight, sedatives every eight hours.”

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1 year ago

Tottering on the edge between madness and rationality, the reader tries to find the truth between the lines. Well-written, full of suspense.

Margarida Brei
Margarida Brei(@margarida-brei)
1 year ago

A strait jacket looks so ominous, Chris.

Lotchie Carmelo
Lotchie Carmelo(@lotchie-carmelo)
1 year ago

Hello, Chris. It’s intriguing and scary. Poor Mr. Carson. He went through a tragic life event when his daughter was brutally murdered. Well done, Chris. 

Last edited 1 year ago by Lotchie Carmelo
Lotchie Carmelo
Lotchie Carmelo(@lotchie-carmelo)
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1 year ago

Hello, Chris. Sorry for the late response. I have a problem with the Electricity and Internet connection here in my place due to the bad weather we have experienced.

How tragic that happens to Ms. Eve Carson. She inspires everyone in her community because of her great achievements and contributions to society. I am happy that her family got justice when Demario James Atwater and Laurence Alvin Lovette Jr. were imprisoned.

Susan Dawson
Susan Dawson(@susan-dawson)
1 year ago

Well written contrast between the jackets.

Henry Vinicio Valerio Madriz
Henry Vinicio Valerio Madriz(@henry-vinicio-valerio-madriz)
10 months ago

A great topic to work on, excellent Chris. I enjoyed a lot. Thanks for sharing.

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