You sat in the corner, rocking back and forth, back and forth. All talk around the Psychiatric Hospital was about you. Today, you were getting your first visit in 6 years, from the man that put you in here. To say the least, once you found out who was visiting, you were pissed, but you couldn't decline because you needed answers.
"Y/N, it's time to get you checked in." One of the nurses that actually looked at you like a human, said. You nodded, getting out of your rocking chair and walking over so she could cuff you. You both walked silently to the visiting room, several staff going quiet and watching you, but all you did was smirk. When you got to the room, you immediately stopped walking, eyes catching within the first 5 seconds. "Michael." "Y/N" You both whispered at the same time. He went to hug you, but the nurse stopped him. "No touching."She said sternly, before letting you seat down and walk to the main table. You and Michael stared at each other for the first few minutes. "Why?" You started out with an easy question.
Michael looked down and took a deep breath. "Y/N, I wanted you to be safe, to be happy, to be able to not have to worry about, you know, the voices constan-" You let out a huge laugh, catching the attention of a guard, but he looked away after a few seconds. "You want me to be happy? Put a gun to my head and pull the damn trigger." You whispered, making the shooting motion to your head. "It's not like you'd miss me." You said, leaning back and closing your eyes.
Michael sat there, mouth gaping and trying to figure out what to say. "Babe, baby, you don't mean that. I love you, I just wanted what's best for you." You nodded, not listening to anything. Michael sighed, going to stand up when you spoke. "The voices in my head are telling me to kill you, right here, right now. But I think, that won't be enough pain for you." Michael took a huge step back, eyes wide as he yelled at the nurses.
"Help! Shes threatening to attack me!" Guards pushed him back as the nurses sedated you. As you were dragged through the door, Michael thought about the huge mistake he had just made, and that he'll never see you again.