True Madness.In movies, madness is portrayed as a frantic euphoria, the character afflicted laughing uncontrollably, seemingly stripped of all cares and worries of the mortal world we live in. It seems as if the great toll that caused them to snap removed them from what we call reality, and as a result, they no longer have a care in the world.True Madness. by Saccularius
However, like most things in movies, this couldn't be further from the truth.
Real madness is deafening. Madness is losing touch with reality, but not in the way they portray it. Madness is paralyzing fear. Madness is thinking that your fears could come to life, just by thinking about them, finding you, and crushing your throat with their claws. Madness is losing control of your thoughts, only an onlooker as your mind runs rampant, thinking of fears you never knew you had. Madness is paranoia run amok, caged inside your own mind and body, afraid to move or do anything, for fear of attack, and fear of failure. Madness is having your mind so far removed from ev