Killed by a Turtle: Chapter 2

Luna decided to go for a walk and to get to know her new hometown. She started getting emotional, she wasn’t sure what exactly made her cry but for starters, she blamed the wind blowing in her eyes. Throughout the whole walk she was fussing with herself because she didn’t want to cry, she kept thinking to herself that she shouldn’t cry on the street. Luna arrived to the street she lived in and this is where she couldn’t take it anymore. She almost ran to her house tears streaming down her face, a few houses before her home it started raining.

As Luna stepped into the house she felt that something was wrong. Luna felt the presence of the demons, they were there. Sometimes Luna got lucky and the demons weren’t after her so she tried to sneak in her apartment without the demons noticing her tracks. This time she was close and the demons didn’t find her.

The girl let out a small sigh of relief as she stepped in her appartment. Then her mind started racing, “How could they have already picked up my track? Before coming here I made sure I mixed them really well…” Luna didn’t know what to do, she even thought about running again but then she decided to stay. She walked past the mirror and saw herself and how horrible she looked, her hair was wet and her ruined make up made her look like a panda. Luna sighed once more and brought her make up removal wipes. Luna looked in the mirror again and realised that she looks just like one of her demons. The oldest one, or that’s what she thought because this demon has been chasing her ever since she had her first encounter with the demons. This was also the demon who explained her the rules of the Chase.

The demon reminded her of a turtle and her makeup had made her look like that. She thought it was a coincidence but it still made her worried so she started the cleansing ritual she held every time she almost got caught. Just before she finished she heard a knock on her door.

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