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Welcome back, Sarina stated, I thought you wouldnt return.
Chains held my wrists again, I was in the cage.
What do you mean welcome back...? How did I get in here...? I was just at the hospital.
She giggled, in her childish laugh. So Im guessing you havent figured it out yet, She stated, instead of in a questioning way.
I was puzzled. She wasnt going to answer any of my questions, I realised. So instead, I asked her about herself, her life, and any other information I could find out.
While I quizzed her, I mentally took note.
Sarina had short blonde curls, and bright purple eyes. Wait a second Bright purple eyes? I checked again, and yes, her eyes were purple. She was quite thin, almost too thin.
Supposably, there were many things I had to figure out myself. She told me that she was 10, and had been taken by Cyrus, the cloaked man.
Most of her family had been killed in a plane crash, and only her f
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I woke up, and sweat poured down my face.
The sheets were wet, humid and sticky. I liked my sheets clean and fresh.
Yuck, I muttered to myself, as I pulled away the wet sheets. I felt better, and then I remembered everything from the cage and rotten bars to Sarina. Was it all a dream?
No. It couldnt have been. It felt so real. Even her wrists still hurt.
Oh Aurora! How long have you been awake? Elenore asked as she walked through the door, destroying my train of thought.
Not very long, I replied, and yawned to prove it.
Did you sleep well? She asked, looking concerned as her eyes swept over the bed. Yea, fine, I lied. No way in hell was I going to tell her what had happened.
An hour or so later, a nurse came in with breakfast. Finally, I was going to be able to have my crumpets! Something to look forward to.
I uncovered the lid, and instead of the beautiful crumpets I imagined, there was a bowl full of p
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My eyes went red, from the new blood in my body. I turned, and ran. Nobody was allowed to see me, so I sticked to the shadows.
Home. Thats where I went. What was left of a home anyway.
I walked in, and shock covered my partners face.
You said you wouldnt feed! She yelled at me, her confusion turning to anger. Last time I fed, we almost got caught.
I pleaded with her, Its been weeks since Ive had any blood. Even you have had more than me!
She quietened. We both knew that I was right.
Even though she was a half breed, a vampire that could survive without blood, she liked the taste of fresh blood. Think of it as living off tofu, you can do it, but its unpleasant.
How many? She questioned, eyeing me carefully. Looking down, I answered, Two.
She was about to give me the lecture on how one was enough and how much trouble we could get in, when I continued.
I originally h
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Im one of the Dark Ones. We also get called vampires. We drain the blood of mortals in order to survive, and stay immortal.
Many myths surround us, stating that we cant go into the light, or we burn up into flames, and the various ways to kill us.
Just to let you know, most myths are, well, myths.
We do not catch alight when out in the sun, although we do prefer the night.
There are many ways to kill a vampire or Dark One, as I prefer to be called. I might go into detail on this one particular topic later on, when I am sure that you wont use these tactics on me (because that is just plain cruel).
I have a dilemma on my hands. Usually, I feed once a month, when the moon is at its peak (and for all you silly mortals, that means I kill one of your kind a month, on the full moon), however I fed twice tonight. One body is hard enough to dispose of, and I now have two to get rid of.
I mentally kicked myself, as I paced up
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I turned around to see a girl, who had watched me the whole time.
She was beautiful. Pale eyes sat on her face. Normally, they would be full of life and happiness, and yet now they were full of shock, horror, and disbelief. Her pale blonde hair swayed in the midnight breeze, while the moonlight shone on her already pale skin, illuminating it.
I kicked the lifeless body that was by my feet away, and waited for the screams of horror that would come out of her mouth.
Wasnt she scared?
Did she see what I had done?
I could feel the tiny droplets of blood, still on my lips. She must have seen me, how could she have not?
Her lips parted, and I embraced myself for her scream.
Yet again, no scream.
Wha-what are you? What were you doing? She said, stumbling upon her own words.
Damn it! She had seen.
I wish you hadnt seen that, I spoke, the smooth words practically rolling off my tongue. She had been spelled, so to speak,
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I screamed. Chains held my wrists tightly. I looked up and around the area I was held captive in. Old rusty bars covered the door my only way of freedom.
Even though it was dark, I could see everything clearly. I could see the spiders, hiding in the corners of the cell, spinning their webs.
I took a breath, and the smell of mould and dust combined, filled my lungs, making me cough.
I moved to a standing position, which wasnt hard or uncomfortable apart from my wrists stinging. In my new position, I could see a hallway through the bars, and light coming from one of the doors. That could mean my freedom, I noted to myself.
After a few hours of standing, I tired, and sat back in the position I woke up in. Another hour past, and nothing had changed other than the spiders had finished spinning, and now awaited their next meal. I sighed; they were the only entertainment I had.
Instead, I day dreamed on how I could get out, if only the chains were looser, or preferably,