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The only light in cell came from a light fixture place in the hall Bolted on to a slimy dirt covered wall The nauseating stench of fresh death and decay filled his lungs making him sick to death some days In the cell next to his a man had hours earlier committed suicide Most of the blood had drained from his body through a large gash across his left wrist and formed a pool in which the corps rested His skin was pale and clammy The eyes had sunken deep into their sockets At his side a razor blade floated around peacefully having fulfilled its purpose Chris could hear the rats swarming gnawing on the dead mans flesh chomping away on the bones playing amongst his blood There was a time when these sounds would have drove Chris insane but he had long since forgot how to care and learned how to mentally block these gruesome noises out He had to fight for every second of sanity that he had and the champ inside of him had grown tired-tired of waiting tired of wishing and tired of holding on to a hope he could not see All he could think about was that he did not want to end up like the others This was hell No Hell would be never being able to die If he didnt kill himself they soon would Chris had witnessed how the monsters who where in control treated inmates like him In here you have no control of your own life They control every breathing second that your alive till you die They have the power to kill you but they also have the power to mentally destroy you and they will They brake your mentality down by the extreme torture that they find amusing They take your greatest fears and exploit them Those who are afraid of the dark are locked up in the smallest dampest and darkest
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