Ma'am, just lie back down.
Where am I?
You're in the Intensive Care Unit. You've been in an accident.
Ma'am please you need to lie down. Your body's been through a lot. No cause for worry now, but you need to rest.
But I...It's coming back to me...I've lost it....
Lost what, ma'am?
I...this thing...it was alive. I held it in my palm. Like this, see?
What is it? Can you describe it?
I don't know...what to call it. It's mine. All purple and gnarly. Bruised but beautiful. And alive. God, I'm so sorry I've lost it. I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry.
Please! Ma'am, you have to calm down. Are you in pain? I could give you something for it.
No! No...I need to stay awake. Alert. I need to find it. I can't go home without it. People....people are waiting for me. They're depending on me.
Breathe, ma'am. I'm here to help you. Nothing's so lost that you can't find it again. Here. Take my hand. Now think. Where could it be? Where did you last see it?
I don't know, I don't remember.
I got you, ma'am. Now think harder. Don't you worry about a thing, I'll take care of the details. Just give me a clue.
I gave it...passed it around so much...it had such strong rhythm. But it's weaker now...
So it's an instrument? It makes music?
Oh yes, beautiful music. But I never learnt to play it well.
No worries ma'am. You know what they say - it ain't over till the fat lady sings. And I'm not singing.
Thanks Nurse, you're very kind. But don't you have other patients to take care of?
Uh-huh. Look child, look to your side - is that what you're looking for?
The monitor...those strong strokes. Stronger than ever.
Is it...did you fix it...?
Yes, we did. Now close your eyes. Get some rest.