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Old October 3rd, 2012, 12:21 AM   #124 (permalink)
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I awoke from my sleep. My neck hurt and I was hungry. I can't help but feel that there should be a part of me that should be ashamed of what I've done. She was young, couldn't have been much older than 20. Did she deserve this? No she was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. Yet I'd be lying if I told you I felt the slightest bit of remorse. I could smell, almost taste her blood from across the room. It was intoxicating and was drawing me closer. I could hear her blood pumping round her body as if her heart beat was inside my head. The closer I got the greater the temptation became. I'd never wanted, never needed something so much. That feeling you get when you've held your breathe under water so long that you begin to panic that you'll never breathe again, when you eventually resurface your natural instincts take over and you uncontrollably gasp for air. But I wasn't gasping for air, I was gasping for blood. Temptation became too much and I sunk my teeth into her neck. That first taste of warm blood was pure ecstasy, a feeling so overpowering, far beyond anything a mere mortal could even begin to comprehend. Her cries for help couldn't save her now, not even the fear in her eyes could dissuade me, I had tasted blood and I wanted more. As I drained her warm satisfying blood I could feel her pulse beating erratically but with each mouthful it was becoming weaker and weaker. With my thirst still unrelenquished I continued to drain every last drop until I was left standing over her pale lifeless body. I know I should feel guilt but I can't. I've never felt so alive. I've never been stronger, fitter, happier. How can the thing that has made me feel so alive be the very thing which killed me?
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