Requiem For a Coma by Stephanie Willis
Approx. 6,780 words.
Published on February 16, 2013 by
Short Story Press.
Short Story Press Presents Requiem For a Coma by Stephanie Willis
This story teaches that a state of despair is no manner in which to live.
Often, when someone has been in a coma, they come out with memories (more likely hallucinations), that seem so real they really appear to have happened. Coma patients frequently remember things so vividly they appear to be real memories.