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Jay awakens in unfamiliar surroundings of a white cell, with just a bunk, a table, a book and a pen. But why have her captors left the door open deliberately? Is it a test of her behaviour? Is there a way out of the building and more importantly, just who is watching her in the prison, a prison which upon exploration, is devoid of all other prisoners?
Jay has been confined in a pristine prison of white. But finding her cell door left open affords her the opportunity of exploration. Just how big is the place in which she is being held? Where is it that she is being held? Why are all the other cells empty? Despite not seeing anyone else, she knows that she is not alone in there. She knows that they are watching, the ones who bring her food when she's asleep. The ones who write in her journal.
Author Notes: This was written back in 1998 and took a couple of years to complete it. It went through a lot of changes. I remember the name came from some time spent in Toronto, where the Blue Jays are the city's baseball team. I took the name and turned it into something about solitary confinement of someone's very own doing and how guilt can get your lost in your own mind.
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