picture it & write: Blind Sight Edition; So Sorry!

 

Leocardo struggled to focus on the document before him. The words were tiny, miniscule and appeared more like a hoard of crawling ants rather than legal text. What would happen to Odette if he signed it? It was all for her health and safety, or so they said, but Edaion had so many mysteries up it’s sleeve that Leocardo didn’t know if he could trust the doctor’s words. He lifted his head and peered down the sterile hallway of the hospital but he could not see his unwell sister. Was this the right thing? Fatigue was clouding his thoughts and vision. With a sudden start he signed his name, the pen slid off the page when he finished the last letter. Had he made the right choice? Were these the people who could be trusted with Odette’s life?

– Ermisenda Alvarez

 


__picture it & write: Blind Sight Edition

by Ermilia

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4 thoughts on “picture it & write: Blind Sight Edition; So Sorry!

  1. A lovely poem, Terri. Poor, confused Leo. Hopefully he did the right thing for his sister (I should know right? :P)! Thanks for contributing this week to Picture it & write.

    – Ermisenda

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