The Never Ending Nightmare Essay

797 words - 4 pages

“Where am I?” I exclaimed, yawning and rubbing my sore eyes. For a moment I feel utterly dislocated, I do not know where I am. I look around, I see nothing, it is too dark. There are no other sounds; I am probably by myself in this place.

“Tap tap tap….”, I hear some noise coming form my right, it sounds like someone is walking lightly towards me. It is vague and so faint, I wonder if I am imagining it. I walk closer to the sound, put out a hand to the place where the voice come from, maybe I have got a company after all, I think. Soon my eyes begin to get used to the darkness, and the sound becomes clearer and clearer. Then, I see a doll. The doll stand still; tilts her gargantuan head, staring at my direction. She is as tall as skyscrapers, with her head almost crushed to the ceiling, her face was very pale, the color of snow, her hair is a chaos, disheveled and tangled. She has everything a doll has, hands, legs, hair and so on. The only ...view middle of the document...

The doll’s fingers running over me like needles and pins.

I blink the very next instant. I am sitting in the mall, leaning on a chair. I note with great relief. Touching my face to see if anything is fine, and realize my nose were gone! I quiver and begin to cry, I am alone in the mall.

And then I pick up a noise, I run away from it. The mountain like doll pop up out of nowhere, everything is exactly the same as I remembered, trying to figure out what exactly is different, and I notice, she has my nose.

I give a intimidate gasp, my heart start beating fast, I dash like thunder seeking for a way to get out here, sprinting and screaming at the same time in fear. But she run much faster than I can and snatch me away from the entrance. It is freezing cold, I can not move, my eyes were watery with the sheer pain, sweat dripped down from my ashen face. Blink, blink! I exclaim, hoping I can get away form it.

I blink the very next instant. I am sitting in the mall again, leaning on a chair. I note with great relief, touching my face to see if anything is fine, and find out my nose and my ears were gone! My eyes widen and begin to cry, I am alone in the mall.

I try to find the way out of this horrendous place, the entrance! How can I forget it! I think. It is the only way out. I run to the entrance, and the doll having my nose and ears appear again, firmly entrenched in front of the entrance, blocking my way, my heart thumped loudly in my chest, thump, thump, and thump! The doll holds me in her arms and it hurts like hell, I feel the pain as strong as an ox striking towards my body. I close my eyes and wish the earth would swallow me up.

I blink the very next instant, open my eyes and blink a few times, I am on my bed, I am amaze to find out that I did not appear to be dead, I can feel my heart pounding against my ribs, I am still frighten of what I have just had. I get off my bed, and I go into the bathroom to brush my teeth, I look at myself in the mirror, and shiver, trembling and found out my nose, ears and, and, and my mouth are gone. And then…I …see… it. The doll! From the reflection of the mirror, it is just right behind me. The doll smiles at me, showing her teeth that are as sharp as knives…

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