Nicholas L. Alexander and Leo Alexander
Transcending down from an established mind. A brainwashed thought is all there is to find. Deprived of all of societal bliss. He is committed to dethrone and enter the abyss. Horrid memories flood his mind when he enters; this place fills up quickly with violent drug offenders. As a sheep in wolf’s clothing, he enters the den undetected. If he gets caught he will be crucified, carted off and dissected. And innocence will not have revenge.
The hunt commences, as well as his revenge. What a horror show, such terror fills the smoke-filled room. This is death’s tomb. The nightmarish plan blinks vigilantly as he awaits to pounce. But he is struck with a sudden mental jounce: “sinful houses are built in places like this,” he suddenly thinks to himself. The symptom of defying death has given him an honored date for vengeance that cannot be missed.
Tortured limbo has washed over his need to reminisce. But the decision to take this unbelievable path helps him do this. His revolutionary fist strikes and, while bones shatter, blood splatters from all the evils men do. His wraith succeeds, yet no closer to finishing its deeds. Still waiting to receive his doomed fate, fury will be felt as he releases all his hate. He unleashes powerful lawlessness so his suspect will confess. That devilish villain has slain his love. And now, attention is drawn to justice as evil’s slow death rains from above. Like a deep toxic wound his infectious ways are being sealed for good.
Desiring to live peacefully and rid his life of past misfortunes, he begins to see the light. His wife’s name will no longer die in vain because of his vengeful acts on this bleak night. The titan is now dead, and his need for retaliation has helped him stay sane. Murderous intent is no longer here. He has taken aim and dethroned the homicidal pusher. His death cards made him a sought after butcher of lives, but now he is the one who feels the quench of revenge.
BIO - My name is Nicholas L. Alexander, and I am from NE, Ohio. I am 32 years old, and have been through many years of drug/alcohol addiction. I have outlived the addiction, but have lost many great friends along the way; I’ve experienced life from a more wicked perspective. And, even though this affliction has affected me in so many negative ways, it has risen me through the ashes. I am currently a student majoring is creative writing, and I hope to be a professional writer one day. I want to write as much as I can about the horrors of addiction, and the life it leads so many down.
Edited by Basma Amer