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WereWolf - Creative Essay The boy drew haggared breaths while hopelessly stumbling through the dark and forbidding forest With a panic stricken face that spoke of desperation the exhausted boy glanced behind him to check for any sign of pursuit He had been running and fleeing that thing for what seemed like hours Overhead the moon was bright and full casting a pale yellowy light over the forest It could have been nice to gaze at but the boy had no such time Heavy crashing footsteps sounded all too near Then again that dreadfull unatural howl The piercing cry echoed through the silent woods chilling the boy to the bones With a frightened yelp the boy continued his flight for safety But no matter how far he ran how hard he tried the thing the hunter was always only a few paces behind pursuing relentlessly The boys clothes was torn and bloody hanging in strips from his bruised body Shurbs with thorny stems and low hanging branches slowed his escape cutting him and barring his way Making him more desperate adding to his weariness His lungs were burning he was out of breath the boy wanted to give up his legs however denied him They continued moving and running His body was fatigued his head ached his muscles throbbed Pain his body cried out Pain stop He could not stop It was gaining only a few inches Soon blood would be spilled Blood will be spilled to appease the appetite of the beast With powerfull hind legs it lunged at its prey from behind Hands outstreached claws grasping A scream his first and last emmanated from his throat before he fell victim to the predator Tommy awoke disoriented and terrified he shook his head to discard any resudue from his nightmare He was bathed in cold sweat Gasping for
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