An invisible man that watches me sleep. His eyes glow green like a cat’s faintly in the darkness, but they flicker in and out like that of a firefly. I feel the presence as he moves closer as I lay in shock in my bed. I feel the warmth of his breathe on my cheek when he says, “I’ve finally found you.” And when his lips touch my cheek ever so gently, I am transported back to the place I used to call my home, but now I can only think of as a prison.
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