Wednesday, 17 October 2012
10:58:32 PM (GMT)
I keep smiling every time I feel the cold of the key around my neck; as I hurry home
each morning before the sun rises, after a long night of roaming the city streets,
the heavy iron thuds against my chest, as if I had a real heartbeat.
Soon, soon, I tell myself; I can't wait to unlock that attic door, and see what's
left of you.
How long has it been now? Three years? Four? Time is fluid, something my mind never
has had a firm grasp on. But when I locked you up there, I know, there were exactly
four hours of screaming before you gave up. I measured carefully, watching the
The smell is almost faded now, too, and I really am just so anxious, so excited to
see what's left of you.
Isn't it the nature of the artist, to yearn to see his work completed, finished and
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