Prussian blue is a stain used in clinical pathology to reveal the marked increase in hepatic iron deposits that is characteristic of hemochromatosis. I used a paint called “Prussian Blue” to represent the liver of a patient with hemochromatosis. Red iron molecules jovially leap out of the crowded liver in an attempt at escape. They surpass the green line, a representation of the boundary between dejection and hope. This piece is my reflection on the mind’s will to triumph over a disease state.