{B.I.R. Conterie} Do you bleed 7

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My incisors were hurting my gums. I was trying not to think of the hunger. It’s been hours since I fed and those two were starting to smell delicious.

After driving for what felt like an eternity. She finally got them to a safe house out side of town. It was hidden from anyone’s view. You could not spot it from above or ground level.

I walked in and lit the lanterns so we can all see.

“You have to be kidding me. No electricity?”

“None. Be happy that I do have indoor plumbing. There are two bedrooms. Get some rest tonight. When I wake you will be leaving.”

“Now you wait a minute. Our lives are not yours to boss around. We deserve the right to know what this blood jewel is and why is it more important than our well being.” He demanded

I looked at him as my stomach balled into a knot. He has never been around our kind or else he would know that I was barely keeping it together.

“We will talk when I return.”

“Wait ,were hungry.” She said as her brother grabbed my arm. I let out a low guttural growl that made him let go.

“I have stayed here a little to long. I am trying not to rip your throats out but you are pushing me.” I said as I charged out the door. I felt sorry for anyone in the five to ten mile radius. I was wild with hunger and if those two were not off limits to me, I would have had them both.

I walked out of the door and my senses reached out for miles for a meal. I made sure that no one was around when I speed off into the distance. I heard the plan they hatched up about leaving and taking the car. They will be dealt with when I return but l also wanted them to learn that their lives will never again be safe again. Hard lesson to learn.

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“Listen it’s been twenty minutes. We need to go now if we want to get out of this situation.” Ronnie told his sister.

Her eyes were red from the amount of tears that fell from them. He wanted to feel sorry for his sister but he wasn’t. This was not the first time that she gotten them into a situation that he should not be involved in.

She was a magnet for bad new, the problem is that she liked to drag him into her situations. This time he could die. All the hole marks in his skin had his adrenaline pumping. He needed to go.

Opening the door and seeing that she was no where near . Ran to the car and hoped in. His sister was on his heels. He knew she left the key to the car inside. He laughed when the thought of self preservation was more powerful than her threats.

“They will find us.” Luisa said

“You know I should kick you out of the car. I have scabs on my body that I am trying not to focus too much on since they definatly look like puncture marks. Why do you have to get me into this shit?”

She started to cry harder and he was about to loss his patience.

“I’m sorry. I wanted to see if this guy was truly family. We’ve been alone for so long.”

It bothered him that she still looked for family. He never wanted to know if they had any alive. Since they didn’t care if they were.

“Look were going to get some place where we can ditch the car, get something to eat and we have to be on the run again.”

She wiped her eyes and stopped the water works finally. He needed quiet so he could focus.

They drove until they seen a motel. It was a dive but he needed to rest and eat. he was feeling light headed but he did not want to worry his sister.

He seen that right next to the place was a chicken place. That will hit the spot.

“Louisa go get us something to eat. I will get us a room and meet back at the car ok?”

She nodded and left.

He estimated they had been driving for an hour. That is enough time time to get some distance between then and the vamp.

They met back at the car and went to room 429. It had a double bed and a bathroom. It was good enough. He wanted to eat and sleep for a couple of hours before they left again.

They were exhausted. He fell asleep right after eating. He had a dream that he was being surrounded by faces that had teeth but no eyes. One approached him and was about to bite when he woke to see Jacqueline sitting by the window watching them sleep.

“How?”

“I will always find you.”

He noticed that her eyes were black. Is this how they look when they feed?

“Since we all ate. I will allow you to rest for a couple of hours more. We leave at dawn.

“Do you rest in the day.”

“I’m special. I never truly rest.”

That made his heart drop as he laid his head back down on the flat pillow.

Hello my fire starters. Sorry for the delay in the Do you bleed story. They tried to run. Would you try to escape or accept your fate. Let me know. Until next we burn. Fia XOXO

The Eight O’clock Train

      

The crow cawed before the sun rose in the sky. ‘Bad omen’ was the thought that crossed my mind. Normally I wouldn’t care what time I left the house to catch the train but today was different. Today every hair on my body stood on end, my stomach felt constricted with nerves.
This was not going to be any normal day. The sun was scheduled to rise at seven fifteen. It was now seven thirty and the moon was still in the sky. Another bad omen.
I pull out my mental roller deck of prayers to make it safely to my destination.
A cab stopped in front of me. Obviously, so I would chose to take him instead of waiting for the local bus. Which by my watch was running late.
That was a third sign and yet I still headed on my way to work.
The drive to the train was uneventful. I convinced myself that I had to stop with all the superstitions. I paid my fare and ran to catch the train before it left the station.
I was just in time to squeeze in before the doors closed.
The cart looked like any other cart except for the tall man that stood at the back exit.
I felt him staring before seeing him truthfully. I tried my best to ignore him but I could not shake the feeling that he was not normal. I could not get a good look at him. He seemed to be standing exactly right so that it seemed he was in shadow.
The train made three stops before a man who was obviously living out of his shopping cart entered.
The mysterious man in the back watched the homeless man that entered. The air in the cart seemed stagnant almost thick enough to be choked by.
The train went into the tunnel and the lights went out for a few moments. No one moved or said a word. All you heard were the train rolling on the tracks and all you felt was the swaying of the cart. It was like we all knew not to move.
Once the lights returned, the homeless guy was slumped over his cart. Looking as if he fell asleep and the mysterious man was standing where he was before the lights went out.
But the air had a foul taste to it. I thought it was the normal odor from a person who had not showered in ages. That was my first thought, then a memory immerged in my mind. “Liver”.
Yes it smelled liked a bloodied liver. I glanced at the man that stood by the door and seen what no one else had noticed. The small puddle that he was standing in. It could have been water if it was raining. It could have been spilled coffee if he had any before I arrived. But I knew it was neither, I quickly turned my head and tried to focus on the movement of the train.
The man started to walk down the aisle. From the far end of the cart to the other. Passing in front of me, leaving dark red drops across my folded legs. He stood in front of the doors opposite a man with his eyes closed and nodding his head to the music he was listening too.
My heart jerked as the trained stopped and the doors opened.
The man left the cart. At that very moment the oblivious passenger that sat where he stood, realized that bloody foot prints made its way off the train.
A scream was let out by a young girl of fifteen as the homeless man fell over exposing his throat that was ripped out and gaping.
What a morning.