Abe looked around the small cell. The food and the water was the only thing they brought in daily. There was nothing else, nothing was coming in that could possibly drug him…
The thought hit him with a sudden feeling of complete dread. The air.
“Do you see that nice little vent up there?” Circe asked with a smile. “That’s connected to a very nice air filter that my husband built, just for you, that we can fiddle with however we like. For example, we can add a little extra of something once a day, right after you’ve had your dinner, and make you think it’s in what you eat to make you quickly drowse off.”
“It’s a lot more fun this way than just telling you from the start,” Loki added. “But you see, Abhijeet, we can control you completely, whenever we want to. It has been fun watching him trying to starve himself for a few days though, hasn’t it Älskling?”
Circe nodded. “It really has. But you go eat your meal, Abe, it won’t have any difference on whether you will be my little test subject today or not.”
the veins beneath my eye that trickle down to the sun and lose themselves in whispers of my trickling tongue your fingernail smile from all the bits i bite your toothless gnawing headrest that helps you sleep at night your little bluebird daydream that curses slivers of ice you packed your bags and left you thought it would be nice
the wanderlust that bit the ankles of my brother that compelled him to walk as if he were no other the batting of his smile that crept over his cheeks as he looked upon his mother and knew that he was weak the miscellaneous sky that slid around his bones and told him he was tired but not to go home
the pricking of the brain that quakes with early lust that never really left that’s lost you all your trust your agonising strain to say your daily prayers three times a day to a god whose moans declares that life is everlasting in a pitch bent orgasm the low decibel quiver over a glacier chasm
Like what? But I’m excited to do my march goal recap and April goal intro because all of them are going to have something to do with “30” yay! I’m out of town at my Hubby’s college speech alumni event, but I’ll get that all together when we get home tomorrow!