The Beautiful Spider

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Horror  |  House: Booksie Classic


The Beautiful Spider


  The walls of my bedroom wheezed with the sound of

consumption. They were covered with rainbow warts, that

grew and grew till there was barely room for my bed.

  On my bed was a large  black hairy spider. I tried to shave 

its legs but my razor was blunt. It locked me in its embrace.

Its hair grew around my naked skin. A large tube grew out

off the base of its spine, and into my mouth. It was like rubber 

at first but soon became rigid. The spider whispered in my

ear, " I'm the phallic mother, don't you fear! "

  The spider was wearing black silk stockings on its hairy

legs now. It displayed them in an erotic pose, and then it 

wrapped them a round me again. The rainbow warts grew

larger and larger. There was glitter all over my bedsheets.

The spider asked, " Would you like to eat again?"

  The rainbow warts grew even larger, robbing the room of 

space. I managed to stab some of them with my fingernails,

and putrid yellow pus spurted out, over the spider and me.

  The spider yelled, " Suck! Suck! " But I bit. Hard! And the 

spider's blood gashed everywhere...

  The train jerked to a stop at a station. I woke with a jolt.

A beautiful woman got on board, and sat opposite me. She 

was like the woman of my dreams. I gazed at her gorgeous

face, her immaculate long black hair, her beautiful body

embellished by expensive designer clothes. I drooled at her 

long shapely legs, all eight of them.


Submitted: February 02, 2018

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This was an interestingly spontaneous story! I am almost at a loss for words...

Fri, February 2nd, 2018 11:18am

tom mcmullen


Fri, February 2nd, 2018 11:46am

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