Insects

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

HORROR. HUMOUR. FLASH FICTION. AFTER THE INSECTS FINISH CLEANING UP MY BREAKFAST...

Insects

 

  She was like a lamb to the slaughter when

she answered my invitation to morning tea.

But her body was a disappointment you 

know, after I killed her, and undressed her.

 Her breasts sagged, and she had cellulite,

and worse of all she smelt...

 So I left her there on the kitchen table, 

where the insects where devouring my

breakfast leftovers.When they finished I was

sure they'd start on her. And sure enough they

did! I watched in fascination as the insects

invaded her whole body, through her various

orifices and fed...

To my surprise and delight her body started

to wiggle about, with the movement of the

insects inside her. And those movements

became more and more pronounced, till

they were strangley senuous and erotic. 

She was a a disappointment to my eyes

no longer, but a perfect object for my lust....

  So I did what I had fantasised about 

doing all those weeks ago, when I first

saw her in the congregation in church, 

listening to my sermon...

 But then my cries of pleasure turned into

screams, as the insects were no longer

satisfied with her decaying flesh as a 

source of food, but attacked also my agent 

of pleasure,till it was no more!

That doctor is how I ended up here in 

Emergency in agony. Please,please, will

you be able to give me a transplant? Or

at least a prostheses?


Submitted: October 23, 2021

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88 fingers

That story really "bugged" me. :)

Sat, October 23rd, 2021 2:58pm

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Very witty 88,I'm on to my third transplant, but the chapel still won't have me back!

Sat, October 23rd, 2021 2:37pm

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