Stream of Consciousness Saturday: Catatonic. Acrostic, Almost Nonet

LindaGHill  said :Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “-cat-”  Use the letters at the start, middle, or end of a word and make it the subject of your post – or just use the word “cat.” Enjoy!

“This post is part of SoCS:”    Here is  the  pingback


Caught inside  your head, seemingly dead

All systems down,hearing whats said

Tubes from every  orifice

Any hope gone, of piece

Time grinds to a halt

Only you know

None else

In a


The  rules  are  here 


10 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. nearlywes
    Nov 07, 2015 @ 05:39:00

    I find this to be one of the most terrifying things about our bodies, that perhaps while in a coma you can sense everything. It would act as a dream I suppose which would explain why people who have experienced coma’s don’t talk about it. I once read this horror story of a person who was in such a catatonic state, their family believed them to be brain dead. He was unable to move and prevent them from burying him alive. I believe I read it in high school and it has stuck with me every sense, as one of my fears.


    • willowdot21
      Nov 07, 2015 @ 06:49:33

      I completely agree it is a terrifying thought. To be trapped inside a comatosed body unable to communicate with the outside world but hearing and possibly feeling everything. It is the stuff of nightmares. I think modern medicine is a advanced enough now to stop you being buried alive. That is am awful fear you have I think one we all shard to some extent , was it an Edgar Allan Poe story that you read at high school?


  2. dalecooper57
    Nov 07, 2015 @ 18:59:01

    Nicely done.


  3. Lynz Real Cooking
    Nov 08, 2015 @ 11:09:08

    wow this is intense! nice


  4. LindaGHill
    Nov 14, 2015 @ 15:20:52

    Spooky poem!


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