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Rorschach's Journal Oct 21st
Rorschachs Journal October 21st 1985:
12 pm Checked maildrop. No mail. Just candy wrappers and soda cans. Bought the Gazette. Read to keep myself entertained. Man killed his two daughters. Said he wanted to spare them the nuclear war. Killed himself afterwards. Good. No one will miss him. No one will see hes gone. Only one man less in this town.
Felt impatient. Waited for message from Moloch. Visited him last night. Said he didnt know anything. Not convinced. Somebody knows. Had all day to wait. Day passes slowly. Got more impatient every minute. Hate this disguise. Makes me feel like an opened book to fear, weakness, and lust.
Sat on staircase across the street. Stared at trashcan. People passed by in a hurry. As if they were late for anything. World doesnt have time to settle down and take their time anymore. Woman walked pass me. Went back on her steps and sat next to me. Creature wasnt a whore. Was nonetheless just as disgusting. Judy, waitress
Judy's Diary Oct 21st Part 2
Judys Diary. October 21st, 1985:
It is 11am now and Im sitting at the counter of Gunga Diner. Since barely anyone comes in at that time, Im watching T.V. Michelle called to tell me that Rick Astley performed live today at ABC this afternoon and theyll be showing a replay. I love Rick Astley. Hes so cute.
When I left Gunga Diner for my lunch break, I saw my mysterious customer going through the trashcan. I walked pass him without him noticing me. I didnt expect him to anyways. I arrived to the new French bakery and bought a sandwich to go. I smoked a cigarette outside while waiting for my lunch. I ate on a bench in a Park. I had 30 minutes left to do whatever I wanted. I decided to walk around town for a while so I could digest my sandwich. I ate too quickly. Bad habit. On my way back I saw my customer again. He was sitting calmly on the stairs of a house with his sign laying on his shoulder. It was at that moment I realized that he was in terrific sh
Judy's Diary Oct 21st Part 1
Judys Diary. October 21st, 1985:
Arrived to work at 7 am and found a note from my boss in my locker. He said I had to work night shift today because Michelle was sick and they needed someone to replace her. I knew it wasnt going to be a nice day anyways. Customers started coming in as the sun raised and drowned New York with its light. As I cleaned a table, I read the Gazette over a customers shoulder. A man just killed his two daughters with a kitchen knife. He panicked over the idea that there will be nuclear war with the Russians. This is why I never buy newspapers. They only have bad news for us. No wonder this town is falling apart so quickly.
I miss the times where we knew there was the Watchmen to look over us. I remember when as a kid I used to make a cape out of a towel and run around the house with my friends. I always wanted to be a superhero so I could meet them but my parents thought it was ridiculous and too dangerous. I ended up where I am now, wo
mechanici want to kiss every aching wound you have,
bandage your heart every time it bleeds,
and patch up your mind over and over
because not a single tear deserves to fall
from your brandy-drenched eyes
but this dripping heart of mine can only feel
and the healing honey words it flames get caught
in the back of my throat and on the roof of my mouth
so i only have these passionate guttural cries
to tell you that i care all too much
and in order to fix you up again,
i would need to tear myself to tatters
and trade all of my working parts
for your leftover, fading pieces
but i just haven’t figured out how.
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