A Killer's Satisfaction

August 27, 2008
By Aman Basra, Delta, British Columbia, ZZ

Could there be nothing more displeasing, sickening and hateful as your presence? So dark and small, so feeble and vulnerable; you live off my blood and I shall avenge by claiming yours.

Fly to wherever you want, I'll be following. My watchful eye is upon you; your every move is noted. To the ceiling or wall or any other location, this game of hide and seek will end with the mark of your blood.

Prior to today, I was unaware of your existence. To your advantage, you attacked an oblivious me. I awoke then to the implications and a new hunger for revenge. Victorious you believe yourself to be smiling away in a sly manner. The scare you left are a reminder of what needs to be achieved-your death.

At last I have you cornered. I laugh at your desperation. Oh what to do when death nears? SMACK. Too late as there's no time for an action or even thought. You're gone, you're dead, you're vacant; all that remains is a stain of your blood.

My hunger is filled. The sight of your blood so satisfying.

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This article has 2 comments.

mustang14 said...
on Oct. 20 2008 at 9:52 pm
I also think this is pretty good, but I would say that you should back off a little on the revenge. But I liked it and keep up the great work!

on Sep. 20 2008 at 11:14 pm
I like it, it's good. You have a great way of words. The revenge that main character was facing seeing incredably cruel, and yet, it was totally true. You wrote with your heart. I liked it. You are a great writer


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