Left out

At a hospital somewhere in the city

I lay on my bed trying to figure out what went wrong. I carried out all my orders. I followed everything there was to follow. I did everything a person who is born to take orders do. But what went wrong?

I just guess I never tried to learn from my past mistakes. I never grasped the idea that a person has the freedom to speak out his mind. To object to things he didn’t want to follow. To have the freedom of declining orders which were against his principles.

As I lay in bed, thinking of what I would have done if I was in THEIR shoes. And I came up with the answers. I wouldn’t have done the same to what they did to me. I could not let the legacy carry on, after what happened to us. I could not allow the same thing being repeated again and again. I refuse to carry the torch that has so far been handed down, generation by generation.

Otherwise I would become ONE of THEM.

I can not afford to be one of them.

I have to show the world that not all of us are like them.


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