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  • Writer's pictureLinda Nygard

The Void

The almond shaped door began to vibrate. It hovered above a comatose body that twitched uncontrollably, as if it was being prodded with a hot poker. Slowly the body’s eyes began to open; its lids stopped halfway and began to flutter, the eyeballs watered and created tears that ran into the ears.

She. The body. A she. Female and the correct specimen to observe. Once the female’s eyes fully opened, she emitted a silent scream into the void. A large ball was inserted into her mouth, and a gag reflex overcame the she-human. A metal clad arm retracted back into nothingness.

The almond door was open, and behind it resided a large human-like eyeball, which stared down at the terrified female.

The eye looked up and down its’ prey and object of desire. Desire to inspect the catch, then release. If it survived. The almond eye blinked and observed the squirming specimen.

Her appendages were magnetically affixed to the surface the body was forced to rest upon. However, there was no rest for this vessel.

From within the void appeared another arm, wrapped in a gauze like material, that pushed its’ one finger into the female’s belly. She retched and writhed with pain so excruciating that tears poured from her eyes and her body became racked with sobs. Through the watery haze she saw the eye blink, ever so slowly. Once open, the eyeball turned a red shade of anger.

The eyes’ gaze penetrated the females head and took control of her thoughts and actions.

No longer in control, her movements dictated by the power that overcame her. Erased of all thought, she existed in a vegetive state. Fear disappeared, along with all traces of memory and incentive. The female stared into nothingness.

Once the outside source consumed and observed the contents of the grey matter, it forced the disappointing slime back into the shell of her head.

Fear again overtook the female. Her thoughts now jumbled and confused. All she felt were primal instincts. Ameoba-like her brain pulsated within her skull, seeking pleasure, or any feeling other than fear.

The door to the almond eye now knew disappointment, a feeling that it absorbed from the females’ thoughts, and understood that the small orb attached to the womans’ body was what stimulated the she-being. Without it, the human would perish.

The eye spat out the disappointment and released the humans’ bondage, leaving the female to move about worm-like. With the experiment now over, the almond eye retreated back into the void.

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