A grey room with soft walls is waiting down the road. Purple pills and quiet voices will ease my heavy load. They'll place electrodes on my head to shock away the pain. Then I'll sit drooling as I stare at the morning rain.
Maybe a friend will visit and stare with wide unblinking eyes. They'll speak cautiously and try to fill me with empty lies. Even with my drug addled mind will see through their mask. There are questions visible on their tongue they refuse to ask.
The stern nurses in their funny hats take us out in the sun. The sudden warmth and bright light jolt us like a firing gun. We must stay in line and only speak when we're spoken to. When one is barely conscious that's an easy thing to do.
I'm back in my locked room starting to fade off to sleep. I wonder if God can hear my prayers under layers so deep Please come and save your creation from this destiny. Sprinkle your magical dust and set this tormented soul free.