Mr Utterson and Mr Poole discover the sorry fate of the vile "Mr Hyde"
From Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde QED Publishing, 2014
SilenceSilence.The empty lab was filled with more silence than Edward Hyde had ever known.And emptiness.Edward felt empty.Hollow.He placed his hand on his heart, expecting to feel a hole in his chest, but all he felt was the folds of Henrys clothes, which where two or three sizes too big for him.Henry
he whispered Does this mean youre gone forever?No one heard him.No one else stood in the makeshift laboratory.No one.For the first time in his short life, Edward Hyde was completely and totally alone.Hyde clutched at his heart, as if to assure that it was still there.He felt as though he was an empty shell, and that he would surely collapse in on himself. Even before his personality and Jekyll began to split, he could always feel him. He felt when he was happy, or when he disapproved.But now, their personalities had split completely, and Hydes had overwhelmed Jekylls. The only way for Jekyll to take control at all, he needed that
IrritationIrritationEdward Hyde was irritated.He walked briskly along the street in his anger, barely looking where he was going.He could feel Jekylls growing displeasure with his actions.Hyde grit his teeth angrily. If Jekyll didnt want him to act the way he did, why did he make him?Hyde sighed.He knew why Jekyll was angry with him. Jekyll had no control over Hydes personality nor could he have predicted it. That fact that he couldnt control Hyde at all scared him. His conscience was interfering with him enjoying the freedom of being Hyde.Hyde could understand that.He just wanted to seethe, to direct his anger at someone.Something had been bothering him of late.His existence was not a natural occurrence. He was born of test tubes and beakers, the physical embodiment of the hidden qualities of Henry Jekyll.Regardless, he looked like any other human being, despite an admittedly small stature. But, for some reason, when people looked at him, they were immediately