By Barbara Dawson Smith
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How . . She had settled into his thoughts like a lover who shared the same memories. Ate at the same table. Sat before the same fire. Slept in the same bed. The darkness crept closer. Christ. If he weren't careful, he would end up a drooling lunatic like the king, slumped in the corner of a locked room, a vacuous stare on his face. He could hear the rasp of his own breathing, in and out, in and out. It seemed to be speaking to him. Run. Run. Run far and fast and leave the torment behind. Even as his muscles tensed, he resisted the call of madness.
A Glimpse Of Heaven by Barbara Dawson Smith