Another attempt at fiction along the dark side.
Nadine was dreaming that she was floating again. Soaring aloft high above the world below. Free and light, she would turn by dipping a shoulder and dive toward the earth by pointing her head downward. Nadine never felt more alive than when she was asleep. No worries, no hurtful words spoken and no pain from heavy hands. Nadine looked forward to going to sleep every night just to escape her daily life.
Rough, harsh hands grabbed her shoulders and pressed her to her back, jerking her awake. Nadine squeezed her eyes shut tight knowing what was coming next. She felt his heavy weight settle on top of her and instinctively tightened her body. Tears started to creep out from her eye lids and roll down toward her hairline. The man whispered softly in her ear, “I know how to make those tears go away. I know what you want.”
Nadine held her breath waiting for the pain that would come but after long seconds, nothing happened. She slowly opened her eyes to see a man she had never seen before looking down at her with soft eyes that seemed to glow in the moonlight.
“I can make all of your suffering and pain go away forever. All you have to do is ask.”
The man was very handsome, with a gentleness about him making Nadine feel protected and safe. She had no idea how he could end her misery, but she didn’t care. If he could help her, she was willing and eager to escape this life, no matter what the consequences.
Nadine looked into those glowing eyes and nodded her head, “Please help me. I don’t want to live like this anymore. Please.”
The man slowly lowered his head down toward her face hovering briefly over her lips, then shifted position and sank his long fangs into her throat, changing her life on this earth forever.
4 thoughts on “Dreams Do Come True”
I give you everlasting life – and you will walk the nights with me – forever and ever.
Oh, God! What have I done!
Going from the frying pan into the fire. Some choices are not so good.
Escapes from violence to go into a world of never-ending misery. so well-told
Thank you. It was fun to write something a bit out there and wicked.