Fiction writers develop characters to star in their stories. Those characters are what drives the plot forward and make you care about the story itself. But where do these characters come from? Are they separate entities, parts of the writer’s own personality or a sign of something that one has to go to the psych ward for? Are authors the victim of some mental illness that is just passed off as being artistic.
Multiple Personality Disorder, now known as Dissociative Identity Disorder is defined as a condition in which a person’s identity has at least two-distinct personalities that vie for control over the individual. Other
Upon one dark and stormy night
Or so the legends say
Nutella spread was stolen
In Berlin of Germany
The warehouse had been locked up tight
The doors all secured
When the thieves crept in
An inside job by the security guard
A truck backed in beyond the light
A transport for the stolen goods
Thieves in black scurried around
Their intent misunderstood.
And hour of time was quite all right
To fill up their truck and flee
Nutella was expensive
Why not take it for free?
Off into the storm was their flight
Masked by the clouds and rain
Never to be seen by normal men
At least until they craved again
(Based on a true story)