K. Jared Hosein (1986 / Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies.)
(Strange) Welcome to the Terrordome
Paul wakes up to find himself trapped
In a room with white walls
And black curtains.
He begins trying to claw his way out
Through the concrete
With his bare hands.
He doesn't know there's a whole crew
Trying to drill their way in
From the outside.
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