Solitary Loop (Finale)

The alarms blared in the control room, one of the lab men shouted, “This American is trying to overload our systems.” A coffee drop was formed from the last filtration process. The chief took a sip from the steamy cup and replied, “Ignore it.” “But chief, our systems will crash permanently if he cont…” “Fuck […]

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Solitary Loop (Part 4)

I was back in the void of nothingness again. This time welcomed with a cry of defeat. I sat there, back at my initial spot, crying myself out, balling my eyes to the void beneath me. The sadness was impending, a premonition, almost. I could not imagine what my head would be like after this. […]

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Solitary Loop (Part 3)

Tap. Tap. Tap. “It is only ten seconds sir.” one of the lab men reported. “And so?” the chief commander seemed not bothered as he heaved a deep one from his cigarette. “His train of thoughts is back to normal.” The chief gently flicked off the ashes onto an aluminium tray, “Nothing special?” “No information from […]

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Solitary Loop (Part 2)

I woke up in a pitch black place, cloaked in a patient robe, shone by a spotlight, boundless. I got up almost immediately from my spot. My body was perfectly alright. An image of me sprang in front of me like a giant screen glaring down on my puny existence. The image was static. Nothing […]

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Solitary Loop (Part 1)

Static, pulsating with my mere heartbeat. It was surreal that I was still alive after a bullet had driven into my vitals. I pried my eyes open, welcomed by the glaring florescence of a typical interrogation room used by the higher-ups. My head was searing with pain and I felt no presence around me, part […]

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Tick

Patrolling, a routine for us in the depths of the nights where silence, darkness and the resplendent moon light shone into us as we drove around the suburban areas, some covered in thick forests. Occasionally, we turned on the blue signals at the top of the car for fun and just to scare the shit […]

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“I’m Here.”

Sauntering back to my house in the frigid London night, the street lights stood in a single file at the right of the snowy road, orchestrated by the starry night and the din of the hubbub, fluctuating my heart in an uncanny manner this Christmas. People were walking in pairs, with their family members, I […]

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Messing With Anger

Routine, 6 in the evening, back from work, I was using the same route back home. Sprinkled with a light jam, inundated with the frustration from my failures and embarrassment carried back from work, with the windows winded down, the winds orchestrated my nonchalant drive back home. Simply acknowledging that this period of my life […]

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Walking On Thin Ice

It was winter, snowing, crystalline white flaked the vicinity that I lived in. The sun glistened across the ice, refracting its glorious resplendence into my vision. A pang of excitement hit me as I got out of my wooden house, I wanted to go across the icy lake and into the mountains in order to […]

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