To be a Werewolf...To be a Werewolf... by ~AnarchicWolf
Imagine for just a moment. Imagine what it would be, to be a Werewolf...
Imagine yourself standing in a field. It's dark, wind is blowing lightly, and moonlight is spilling out over the grass. A silvery light that steals most color. Clouds hide the moon for now.
In the distance, a howl. The howl is much larger and louder than a dog's, or even a wolf's. This howl sends a shiver down your spine. You stomach tingles with excitement, and fear.
You'd like to believe that you're not afraid. Deep down you are. You're frightened at this horrible sound.You quickly try and force it out of your mind.
You try to think of something else. Anything else
Moonlight's Cure: Chapter 1I'm not exactly sure how to start this off so I'll just begin with my name. My name is Leah Baca and I'm a cancer survivor. I had acute leukemia, which isn't a very good thing since the symptoms hit you extremely fast. It was really a pain. My doctor told my parents and I that I only had a few months to live. I felt like a timer waiting to go off at any moment. One ring and... BOOM! I'm dead. However, things didn't go as planned. The way I survived is... well quite the story. I don't think anyone has ever been as lucky as I was and I'm very grateful. There are things I wish I could change but I can't. What I've become cannot be changed; it'sMoonlight's Cure: Chapter 1 by ~Lesuri-San
Moonlight's Cure: Chapter 3Chapter 3.Moonlight's Cure: Chapter 3 by ~Lesuri-San
Perspective: Hikari Blake
I could hear howling coming from Leah’s house. I needed to get home quick so I decided to take the shortcut through the forest. That might have not been the best decision but when I’m panicking I don’t think clearly. I wanted to call my parents but I left my phone at Leah’s house. I stopped to catch my breath.
“Seriously… Not the best time.” I sighed.
I looked around. The forest wasn’t recognizable at night; it had a different feel to it. I couldn’t even find the usual path I took home when I go through the forest.
“Good job. Now you’re lost.” I thought.
There was a rustling in the leaves of the trees. The sound went from tree to tree and into a bush. I heard a soft growl coming from the bushy area. I may have been stupid enough to get lost, but I wasn’t stupid enough to go check out what that sound was from. The more I walked, the louder the growls got.