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The darkness swallowed me when my eyelids slowly raised. The warm and sticky air kind of suffocated me already. My breathing slowly started to turn ragged. Panic flooded my body. What scared me more was the realization that I couldn’t react. I couldn’t move my body. I didn’t know why, but my body felt numb and heavy. My head dizzy. My vision blurred on the edges and I so badly wanted to throw up.
A lone tear slipped from the corner of my eye before I shut them close again. The slumber overpowered me.
A little more sleep couldn’t be so harmful, right?
But I guess that was wrong. When I next opened my eyes, I had been laid on an unfamiliar bed and when I tried to move, I still couldn’t. My brain started to focus on the surroundings rather than the emotions that were threatening to burst out of me.
I still couldn’t feel my body, it was so numb that I started to freak out. The new surroundings gave me palpitations. I was in an unknown place and couldn’t even feel my fingers. I wanted to go home, I wanted to go home to my family so badly.
I was scared. No, I was terrified.
The movement on my right caught my attention, my vision still blurred from the drowsiness but the silhouette was oddly familiar. I tried to be brave, not wanting the other party to know how badly he affected me but still, that didn’t stop tears from escaping.
My tongue rolled around slurring my words, “W-Who...are... you?”
“Oh my darling, I have waited for such a long time to have you. But now, now you are exactly where I want you to be.”