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There are no monsters here, he thought. There are no monsters here. His eyes shot open, and he saw nothing. The closet door was shut, in the same position it had always been, and there was nothing in sight. He was safe in here. There were no monsters coming to get him. The only thing in here was him in his cozy, safe bed. He pulled the blankets up over his head, obscuring his form from outside view, and closed his eyes.
The monster opened the closet door again, this time taking great caution as to not wake him. Oh, such a beautiful child.
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It sighed audibly, before running a greasy, talon-nailed hand through his hair. The creature slowly bent down towards the sleeping tot, and began to lick the child, its shadowy black form crouching down in a strange, hunchbacked shape. The taste of the innocence ran over its tongue, and in return a slimy residue was left on the child, corrupting a small part of him. It continued to do this for almost an hour before hearing him stir. Sign In Don't have an account?