Summary: As she awaits death, Bellatrix finds herself being faced with memories and realities that she was not at all prepared to deal with.
Excerpt: The ever present darkness remained with her, but of course it did. Her vision was gone. She would see nothing but darkness for the rest of her days. This was something she had grown to accept. She had also grown to accept the constant gnawing in her stomach and weakening of her body because she always refused food. There was no reason to eat. Everyone, herself included, would be better off when she was dead.
This is an off-shot of Blinded. I recommend reading it first.
Author's Response: Thank you.