Alexand Merek and Juba Apfvarzian have survived inside a floating asylum ship, whilst being experimented on by scientists. Others have not been as fortunate. Most die after a few days, and neither Alexand nor Juba understand why they are still alive. (See The Floating Asylum Part one) Alexand has been in the asylum for almost four years and her hopes of returning home to her family are now a distant memory. This story will be told in three parts. This is the first instalment from Alexand’s perspective. (This story features Helga Ritter, known to Alexand as ‘Ophelia’.) CLICK HERE for next chronological story.
6 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 30: The Floating Asylum Part 2”
You’re so painful.
I’m sorry. I hate myself! *Can hear Ming The Merciless laughing in the background*
Great work, very powerful!
TY David! 😀
You are a powerful writer, but there is so much pain, sorrow and darkness in here! What would it take to make you smile? I’ll be following you to find out.
Thank you. LOL, that made me smile, Cynthia! (actually there is a comic relief character in the mix a few stories down the line) Your poetry is truly uplifting, and I’m very glad I found your blog. It’s good to meet you, and I look forward to your future posts too. Cheryl