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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 this!"

"Would you make all of this disappear?"

"Yes doctor! What a great idea!"

Suddenly an absolut, inseminated with emptiness darkness came. We stopped existing.


2019 Christopher T. Dabrowski

Christopher T. Dabrowski has published in the USA and Spain: Anomaly (2019 - Royal Hawaiian Press), Escape (2019 - Royal Hawaiian Press); in Poland: Deathbirth (2008 - Armoryka publishing house), Anima vilis (2010 - Initium publishing house), Grobbing (2012 - 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 house), Ucieczka (2017 - Dom Horroru publishing house); he has been included in anthologies in USA, Poland, Russia, and Germany, and has had stories published in PLAYBOY magazine (Slovak edition), USA, England, Czech Republic, Russia, Brasil, Spain, Argentina, Germany, Italy, Hungary, Mexico

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