Meandering Souls: Locked in a death nap



Death is not the opposite of life, but a part of it.

Haruki Murakami

Hospitals are the worst. Especially when you know you don’t deserve to be there in the first place. Sambhav knew he was alright; he didn’t want to be there. But he had never calculated the risks you run when you fight back. He had fought hard—at least he thought he had—against the nurses, the staff; fought even as he felt them pinning him down on a bed and passing electric shock-waves through his body. The defibrillator made him jerk up—once, twice, thrice before he stopped counting. They thought he was asleep, that he couldn’t feel any of it. He could though, as well as any other nurse watching from afar. He watched himself like a spectator, an outsider…

He saw himself lying in bed as an army of hospital folk led him through the cardio-version…

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