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this was just a little story about someone talking themself in the mirror, not realizing they have gone past the sanity point
By Adrianne Hawkins
“you’ve changed a lot since the last time I’ve talked to you, I mean I have to call it out, but you’ve been acting strange lately.” “how so.” “well, you’ve been distant, and I know you’re not like that.” “no I haven’t, I’ve been quite normal.” “normal? I’m afraid I have to say you’re acting far from normal.” “no I haven’t I’m, I’m fine!” “please tell me it hasn’t gone to that point.” “it hasn’t.” “tell me! It hasn’t gone to that point, just stop denying, and tell me! Look at me in the eyes, and tell me you haven’t lost it!” “I’m not crazy! I don’t need help, and I don’t need you telling me I do, I don’t need anyone!” “you do; I don’t want you to keep going on like this! You’re hurting yourself!” “no, I’m not crazy, you’re just a part of my mind, you’re not real!” “but here you are…talking to me again.” “no!” “face it.” “no!” “just open your eyes...” “look in the mirror. I’m talking to myself again…it has gone to that point.” …