What happens when the suicidalist takes up the knife and uses it? This entry explores that in a four part episode (two parts within this entry today).
Welcome back to another edition of writing evolution, this time with the story The Chronicles of Bob: The Chronic Suicidal.
Here, Bob recalls his prior events and coming into contact with the knife. Things have started to change for the man. He’s beginning to develop an itch. . .one for killing. He thought that his self-inflictions and suicide could sate the lust for blood, but now he is wondering if he even can at all.
When you become red eyed or blinded with rage, you start to lose control over yourself. You seemingly black out. The events that transpire become a gap in time. I’ve had it happen a few times. It’s troubling and it also throws your sense of time out of whack. A lot of the gaps in time for Bob are similar. The brain will try to block out intense moments or periods of time of…
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