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(Occasional singing Sheep)
(Occasional singing Sheep)
The Mind Part 2
Our guide had a terrible night's sleep.
Someone broke a lot of glass and we get to meet a sweet little boy.
(Ed) Not that sweet! (Ed)
Our guide makes her way down a dimly lit corridor with the sole mission of banging on that big steel door until she's let in to make a formal complaint about the room she was given to stay in.
She expected the room to be rather dark of course and wasn't even all that shocked by the blood stains or the occasional screams from the keeper but that bed, it simply won't do.
It couldn't even be called a bed really a mattress on the dark damp floor perhaps.
No even that would probably be too kind of a description.
And the sporadic sheep bleats were serious cause of annoyance too she'll have to be sure to mention that, was the keeper murdering them?
Why would there be sheep here?
(Ed) You don't want to know! (Ed)
Nothing that has happened so far has made any sense.
(Ed) You can say that again! (Ed)
Our guide finally reaches the steel door and bangs on it so hard she hurts her hand in the process almost certain she heard a crack.
Catching our guide completely off guard the door gently drifts open all on it's own so holding her now throbbing hand she attempts her best angry walk and enters.
"That was the worst night I've ever..."
Our guide's attention is broken mid sentence as she looks around at all the broken glass on the floor and the sight of a little boy no older than three or four stood in the middle of the of the room staring at her with a faint glimmer of a smile.
"Who are you little boy?"
"Are you lost?"
"This isn't the best place for kids trust me I think I just broke my own hand on that door"
"Come on let's get you somewhere safer is such a place even exists here"
Much to our guides horror the little boy walks up to her with broken glass crunching under only his sock covered feet with each tiny step.
He takes our guides throbbing hand and feels all around it.
"It's not broken don't worry"
"You better get use to it if your're going to stay though"
"This place is full of pain"
The boy walks back to the centre of the room and sits down in the middle of the broken glass.
Our guide as is often the case stares at him completely dumbfounded.
"Who are you?"
The little boy pulls a large shard of glass from his leg and watches the blood begin to squirt out.
"Haven't you worked it out yet?"
"I'm the keeper of the mind"
Our guide tries her hardest to get out some form of response intelligent or otherwise but is completely thrown off course when the little boy, the keeper of the mind, stands up right in front of her and proceeds to wet himself.
(Ed) You cant keep ending chapters with that! (Ed)
Chapter 3 Early School Years
While nowhere near as controversial or downright crazy as my high school years, they often say early school years help define you as a person for the rest of your life.
I'm not really sure how true that is but it certainly didn't help me a whole lot!
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