RemindersEars twitch and swivel. Currently, Evan Bennett-Che sits alone in his room. He feels it, it creeps up his chest and around his neck. It seeps into his mind as it claws at his heart and suffocates him. Delicate, but harsh words fill his mind. Reminders of his mental state, reminders of his past. It's just a whisper, telling him that his facade will break again. It takes his heart in it's claws and twists it, telling him about his regrettable actions. Reminders flood back to him; his dependency, his rage, his delusions and hallucinations. It's like a shock collar, keeping him in one area, never to leave.It tells him about how his dependency ruined his former boyfriend. Once he was a happy, peaceful person, with a good taste in music and an affinity for art. After Evan came through though, he was destroyed. Never to love again. Evan never meant to do this, like you never mean to actually break a cherished plate. At this point, it's hard for him to breathe. He takes his emotions, his need
Surrealism Story: TV ScreenYou awake in a dark room. You're sitting in a chair, at a table. Across from you, a person sits. They have a TV for a head, and feline ears are attached to the TV's box. You ask a question. An answer flashes on the screen. You two laugh and talk for hours.Flash forward. You and the TV headed feline, now known as C4T, are walking. Suddenly, C4T collapses. You scream and cry, trying to get them up. Their screen is cracked, you cry, carrying their body.You wake up. You're in a bed, alone. You walk out into the living room of a hotel. C4T's TV head is the TV in the hotel. His ears are greasy and messed up from death. You read the single word on their screen, "NEEDY" The word is repeated over and over, in neon pink text. You cry.You wake up. At home. You don't remember much, but the word "NEEDY" is burned into your memory.