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The blood was both on her body and her mind.

She knew she was a prisoner but the only way to escape from the asylum was this act leading her to the hospital. She forcefully freed herself from that lunatic.

Her husband was jailed.The physical hurt may cure but her mental hurt? 

Only days have to answer.

Prompt from Magpie Tales

23 comments:

  1. Makes me want to know more! I thought this was a rather violent image as well. I'm still trying to think of my Magpie. I liked yours very much!

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  2. Time the healer of wounds. Nice 55 Mag and fiction!

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  3. Images of stark worlds filled with bitter violence and unending wounds of the mind.

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  4. Such violence hidden there!

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  5. ah...those hidden wounds...nice job I wanted to know more!

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  6. Great opening line. Well done!

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  7. Heartbreaking, direct, revealing. I like the poem, feel saddened by the truth it addresses.
    Here's my very different result:

    http://www.kimnelsonwrites.com/2011/03/02/ideal-afternoon/

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  8. I pretended it was catsup!

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  9. Another cas of 'It's all in the mind!' LOL

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  10. You gotta get rid of em somehow~ LOL
    Well done!

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  11. The mental hurt stays for a very long time!
    I hope this is fiction :)

    Very well expressed in just a handful of words..
    Hugs xx

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  12. wow that was really touching... beautifully written

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  13. felt something was incomplete.. left me wanting to know more! nice one!

    Leo @ I Rhyme Without Reason

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  14. @all Thanks for visiting !!!
    @those who wanted to know more :

    The physical wound heals....but the mental wound always remains as a scar.

    The ending of such wounds is unpredictable...in my opinion. what do you say?

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  15. Great opening line. Makes me want to learn more about the fatal relationship!

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  16. yeah this is a great set up...would love to read the entire story...nice 55.

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  17. Many abusers are expert at inflicting invisible, hard to prove violence. If self-inflicted (and highly visible) wounds provided the key to the jail cell for him and freedom for her, it was no doubt worth it.

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  18. Ack!! Some wounds go way beyond just the skin... some penetrate into the mind...
    Very nicely written, Uma!! Moving!!

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