Not quite. Shiki feels pretty much angry at that state. He feels no matter what happens in that place nothing will really ever change. He has raped Kohaku and Hisui and they still are there for him, not scared, not grossed out or anything, even stay lovingly at his service.
Why I say it resembles that story is because Shiki, Hisui and Kohaku live in a dream like world where nothing happens, there are never food problems, raining or even other people living there, much less visiting. Not even aware of how much time has passed in reality, he grew tired and angry at them, Kohaku and Hisui, and himself. The only thing that keeps him (if I remember correctly) "sane" is the acts of violence he does against the maids. Something like that happens in this story but reversed. In this story the main character is imprisoned in this dreamworld against his will (at least that's what I think) whereas Shiki "entered" that world willingly only to find it horribly dull.
Please, don't get me wrong, I have never said "this is a crap-copy of X story", in fact I liked it. Punishments that don't resemble at all any kind of punishment but are incredibly effective is something I find interesting to explore and enjoy such readings/movies/something. Keep it up, dude!
"I settled for that shriek. Those dull vacant eyes... oiled cabbage stench of her...! [...] You know what? I'm sorry if I'm not gonna do this the way you want me to or the way you might. But I will not make an angel out of someone who wasn't an angel...!" -Chief Tyrol, on his beloved wife.
Have you heard about the saying that goes something like "drunk people and kids tell no lies"? Well, that's just a fallacy.