At the Psychiatrist
by Christopher T. Dabrowski
Translated from Polish by Filip Kiełbowicz
"I felt an awkward dismay. I was my own father, son and some
god-damned immaterial being. Then a part of me died, the one which was
my son. Then it reincarnated. So many people wanted something from me.
I couldn’t take it. Reguests, complaints, maledictions, supplications,
thanks... And things they were doing for me. Madness! I feel something
more, something that surpasses me. I have got a feeling that everything
depends on me. Doctor, what is wrong with me?"
"I’m afraid you are God," the psychiatrist said.
"That’s impossible! If I were God I wouldn’t torture myself like
"Would you make all of this disappear?"
"Yes doctor! What a great idea!"
Suddenly an absolut, inseminated with emptiness darkness came. We
© 2019 Christopher T. Dabrowski
Christopher T. Dabrowski has published in the USA and Spain:
Anomaly (2019 - Royal Hawaiian Press), Escape (2019 -
in Poland: Deathbirth (2008 - Armoryka publishing house),
Anima vilis (2010 - Initium publishing house), Grobbing
Novae Res publishing house), Deathbirth and other stories (2012
2017 - Agharta & Armoryka publishing house), Z życia Dr Abble
(2013 - Agharta publishing house), Orgazmokalipsa (2016 -
Alternatywne publishing house), Anomalia (Forma publishing
Ucieczka (2017 - Dom Horroru publishing house);
he has been included in anthologies in USA, Poland, Russia, and
and has had stories published in PLAYBOY
magazine (Slovak edition), USA, England, Czech Republic, Russia,
Argentina, Germany, Italy,
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