Of Honor And Deceit
Michael R. Due
Copyright 2012 by Michael R. Due
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Florescent tubes shone glaringly from their casements along the twisting hallway. They did little more than illuminate, as one would hardly say they “brightened” the corridor; in truth they created a psychological dread. But nothing could have changed the mood of one man in the middle of others. His mind was elsewhere and he was not paying attention to his surroundings.
He walked with two men behind, two men in front, all of them much larger than himself. Size alone was not the only differentiation point; they wore military gear, he did not. They were relaxed, he was not. This was just another day of active duty for them, but for him it was a day of rebirth. It should be a day of joy, but still he was anxious. He knew there would be pain involved before he could start over. Still, he had examined his options well, and though his immediate future was going to be a night-mare, at least he would have a future.