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Dark Twisted Dreams
I've been having the nightmares for a while now each night, Although I know in my heart there is no chance of escape; I really pray that this night will be different and that he won't come, But let me start from the beginning of this story. A while back, my friends were bugging me to start dating again, They said it was unnatural for a pretty girl to be without a man; But I had buried my one true love and was quite happy with my life, But they nattered on and on about dating sites and love. So one day I decided to give it a whirl, why not at least try, I went to a site on line that had been suggested by many; And I entered a lovely profile of my likes and a sweet picture of me, Within minutes I was receiving comments and emails. But in reading the profiles, I felt that they were not for me, This went on for weeks and I was rejecting every single one; My friends said, you have to meet them before making a judgement, Well I supposed they were right so I decided to go for it. The next man who contacted me seemed to be perfect, He wrote that he came from London, loved everything Victorian; Well I love everything Victorian too, he said he worked in medicine, Well I am a nurse, he said he liked tea, well me too. So I made a date with him to meet at a tea shop not far, I took a lot of time to look pretty, washing my hair, makeup; I saw a man enter and a horrible feeling came over me, oh no, And yes, he was walking towards my table, smiling. I wanted to run but he was blocking my way, I was trapped, He said hello, he had a pleasant voice all right, and was polite; But the problem was he had no neck and his skin was horrible, His body looked distorted, like a big bloated potato. Somehow, I made it through the tea and strained conversation, He said, he travelled a lot and was looking for a companion: Did I have a passport, I lied no, I said, your picture is different, The more I had to look at him the more awful he became. I was screaming inside of me, oh why, did I listen to people, This was a living nightmare and I had to get away from him; I excused myself for a moment and I just headed for the door, And I literally ran home, I was weeping while I ran. Oh my, what had I got myself into, why had I listened to others, I went to my computer and deleted that stupid profile; I even took a shower to wash off the scent of him in my mind, That night was the first of the nightmares I was to have. I would be sleeping like an angel and then wake to that face, The face with no neck and a bloated body naked in my bed, There seemed to be a slime coming off him and a nasty stench, And I would wake up screaming and screaming. Those dreams have haunted my nights for quite a long time, They frighten me so much that I try to not close my eyes anymore; I lay there in my bed waiting for this real-life monster to arrive, But he is waiting too, waiting for me to close my tired eyes. Because, he really was a monster searching. ___________________________ September 21, 2015 Poetry/Narrative/Dark Twisted Dreams Copyright Protected, ID 15-710-965-0 All Rights Reserved. Written under Pseudonym.
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