I had no dreams. I had endlessly stared at a dark void for what felt like hours. All I saw at first was the pale white ceiling, with a light brighter than the sun in my eye.
I couldn't feel anything. Did I even have a body? What was I? How could I think?
I looked at the blue creatures.
Their eyes, black as the night sky.
The area where their mouths should be, white.
I observed my surroundings more since I could moving my eyeballs.
I have some sort of mask on my face. I realized I could smell, and noticed it was a terrible smell, worse than sulfur.
I felt a tugging at my chest.
I saw them taking out something. I felt myself unable to breathe.
They quickly brought a mechanical looking bean-shaped object.
They laid it where they took out the object.
I could feel my blood. Wait? Blood, what was that?
I looked at the walls. They were wavy.
I then realized I could hear something beyond the barrier which I was enclosed in. I heard screaming next door, with a stern voice saying "Falm Pound."
The creatures seemed to notice I was awake.
A knob on my mask was turned. I started panicking, no idea what was going on.
My sight was starting to fill up with green static. I tried to keep myself up, but I went into the abyss.
Where was I?
I woke up. The kind doctor told me the heart surgery was successful.
Note From the AuthorEdit
This story is about waking up during surgery. I was recently having a procedure done on my ear, and these things happened to me. I simply twisted it to be a heart transplant. I was not able to use any of my five senses until I started to think. A man who was severly drunk next door was screaming, and someone yelled, "CALM DOWN!" which I mistook for "Falm Pound." An experience like this is rather frightening. I was lucky the doctors realized I was awake. I laugh at how my eyes percieved them as aliens creatures. Anyways, I hope you enjoyed.