Polarized

Polarized, Entry One

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Therapy entry, October 8

Dear Journal,

Since a two-week stay in the mental health unit at Evergreen Heights Hospital, I missed our alone time. You and your pages are my loyal confidants. Dr. Medford insisted he read everything, so I had to be careful about what I wrote to you. The doctor said he needs me to continue writing to you while I am home. Continue reading Polarized, Entry One here.


Polarized, Entry Two

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Therapy entry, October 15 

Dear Jorja, 

Surprise, I’m back. In truth, I never left. Did you think I would slip into the background— integrate and become consumed by you? Continue reading Polarized, Entry Two here.


Polarized, Entry Three

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Therapy entry, October 22

Judith,

No! Dr. Medford told me you left—forever, and for good. How did you find me? How did you find my journal? I hid it, where nobody would ever think of looking. Continue reading Polarized, Entry Three here.


Polarized, Entry Four

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Therapy entry, October 29 

Jorja, 

There is no getting rid of me. Dr. Medford is a fool. We’re entwined, sprung forth from the same soul into this miserable world. Although I must say, my world is a little more pleasant without Cole yapping about. What about yours? Continue reading Polarized, Entry Four here.


Polarized, Entry Five

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Therapy entry, November 5

Judith,

Okay. Fine. So, I can’t get rid of you. However, I can fight you at every turn. At least I’ll try to. Wait, perhaps I’ll show you just how strong I am. You think of me as the weakest link in our relationship. Your weakness, though, is overconfidence—it often blinds you to things I do without your help. Continue reading Polarized, Entry Five here.

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