THE DEAD GAME — DAY 167

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Linda was hanging over the pool filled with alligators. Todd was faced with Maxell, a new creature intent on killing him and his friends. Todd wasn’t going to allow Maxell to kill his beloved, Linda.   

      Maxell spun around and gawked at Wolf. “How could you possibly be alive? You died in the alligator pool.”

     “Who told you that, your grandmother? Do you believe your grandmother or your own father?”

     “Are you trying to tell me that you’re my father? My father died when I was born,” Maxell said.

     “No, I didn’t. I left your mother. She made up the whole story to hide the truth.”

     “Prove it!”

     Wolf hesitated for a brief moment and then said, “Your mother has always been extremely organized and kept very strict schedules. She was dreadfully difficult to live with.”

     “Yes! She was too strict! She never let me be me! I wanted to be free from her.”

     “Be free now! Come with me! We could go away together and start a new life,” Wolf said, walking closer to her.

     Maxell began to walk toward Wolf. Then Wolf disappeared, leaving Maxell standing alone in the middle of the alligator pool. She fell to her death, looking up at Todd, who smiled down at her.

     Reece opened the glass dome right before she hit the water. She sizzled and burned from the dazzling sunlight—all the while knowing that she’d been tricked by an apparition created by a weak and spineless human vampire.

     “Stupid, stupid vampire,” Mike said, shaking his head.

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EYES TO THE WIND

The raven waits.

Sitting on its perch.

Eagle eyes to the wind.

Who is he waiting for?

Will he know when he sees it?

Wait.

His wings are spreading out.

About to take flight.

He lets out a screech.

He’s looking…

He’s looking at me.

Time to go.

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THE DEAD GAME — DAY 166

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Linda was hanging over the pool of alligators in Wolf’s house. Maxell was flaunting her powers. How was Linda going to escape from this mess?

    “We’ll be happy to grant your dying wish,” Reece said as he appeared with Leanne and Diane.

     “Welcome, weak and spineless vampires. If you kill me, then my hold on the snake will break and this gorgeous reptile will be free to strangle this stupid human. Whatever he fails to eat, I’m sure the alligators will be happy to finish off. Everyone will be happy—except of course for this human.”

     Since the elders were standing in front of Maxell, they had lost any element of surprise. Their only chance was Hayden again. Mike couldn’t understand why the elders weren’t capable of following through with a simple plan. If they had surprised this Maxell vampire, then they would have been able to overcome her. Now, they had to stand there like idiots, waiting for Hayden to save the day again.

     Todd stared up at Linda. He wanted to offer her some kind of reassurance that everything would be okay, but her eyes were fixed on the tank of alligators. He had to do something to help her; he couldn’t just stand there and watch her die. What could he do? What powers did he possess that could be used here? He knew that his only true power was of suggestion. Then an idea came to him.

     He turned to face Maxell and spoke to someone over her shoulder. “You’re back, Wolf. I’d assumed that we’d finally seen the last of you.”

     Maxell spun around and gawked at Wolf. “How could you possibly be alive? You died in the alligator pool.”

YOU ARE ALL GOING TO HELL

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If death and darkness is for you,
then Oasis is the place for you.
A vacation resort where The Dead
have taken over.
They’ve taken over
the residents and tourists.
And then leave their
dead bodies on the beach.
A beach with white sand and
balmy breezes during the day.
Murder and blood at night.
Come join The Dead.
They could use more members.
To help play their games.

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A DEAD MAN’S DREAMS

Come inside.

A palace awaits you.

It might appear deserted.

Run down and unused.

The inside tells

a different story.

Walk on marble floors

through rooms of delight.

Rooms of different eras.

Reflecting a dead man’s dreams.

A man with no life or future.

Waiting for the end of time.

In a house fit for a prince

or a prince of darkness.

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PARADISE IS CALLING

What would paradise

look like to you?

I would say that it would

look like this picture.

A house in calm water.

The air smelling of flowers.

People moving in slow motion.

No need to hurry.

Warm breezes.

Sun shining.

Birds chirping.

What else could you

possibly ask for?

AN UNDERCURRENT OF EVIL

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The guests are dancing

between frozen statues.

Statues of ice.

Sad expressions for eternity.

Why do they appear alive?

Tears flowing down

their frosty cheeks.

Tears that appear wet.

This glass house holds terrors.

Beneath the music and gaiety

lies an undercurrent of evil.

Time to leave this fake paradise.

To leave the perfect guests.

To escape if one can.

Escape this deadly game

of The Dead.

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THE SIMPLE LIFE

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Life could be so simple.

So pure.

The sun on your face.

The sand between your toes.

The cries of sea gulls.

The smell of salt water.

What else could be needed?

ONLY A MEMORY

A fireworks display,

like life,

burns bright for a short time

before flickering out.

Leaving no trace of itself behind.

Only a memory.

Use your brief time wisely.

Make it dramatic.

Make it memorable.

Make it everlasting.