The Vampire

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28/06/2016 by paulinebsc

I watched him leave the forest, red blood dripping from his fangs and onto his shirt.  His victim lay on the ground, dead.  I stayed hidden until he stopped running then pounced.

‘Charles, stop playing with your food. That shirt was clean this morning.’

He turned, looking guilty.

‘Sorry, Mum.’

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