February 17, 2017

“I feared my head bursting. Not my head exploding but the very inside bursting like a balloon, the pressure in my brain growing until the wrinkles stretched smooth, and the flesh popped. It would be an audible pop, one I heard before falling into deep, bloody unconsciousness, the blood in my brain pounding against my temples, filling my eyes, shooting from my ears. But before that, a flashing, a strange smell, a sickness. Vomit on the floor and myself…”

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