The Animal In The Cage
Hell, what a place to be. A place with the sweet sound of hundreds of thousands of people screaming in agony, as my children torture their helpless souls. This is my home. This is my paradise. And I'm locked up in a cage with my douche bag older brother who's been a pain in my ass for far too long. Well he was a pain in my ass. Two and a half years I've been fighting it out with Michael, and the other 6 months I've been trying to crawl out of here. Now, after three years of waiting, I'm out.
The alarm goes off, 7:30 in the morning. Nick wakes up with a sudden shock, beads of sweat dripping from his forehead. He got up and walked over to the bathroom and splashed cold water on his face. "Get it together, Nick." he whispered to himself. He still has dreams of when he was Lucifer's meat suit, but it was never this bad. It was never this real. But he knew it was bad, because he wasn't just dreaming of Lucifer, he was Lucifer. A splitting headache was running through him, as if someone had split his skull open and was poking his brain. Nick scrambled through the medicine cabinet, searching for some Aspirin and took two and chugged down some water after it.
"Nick? Is everything alright?" asked Alex, who was still in bed, right next to where Nick was. He was breathing heavily, "I'm fine," he replied, hoping that she wouldn't ask anything else, "just a bad dream and a headache." he added.
"I'm gonna go make some breakfast, you want me to make you anything?" asked Alex.
"No its alright, I'm not hungry" Nick responded.
The truth was Nick was starving but couldn't be bothered to eat because he knew if he went down to the kitchen there'll be more questions about what was going on.
Half an ho...
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... he checked the time, it was 2:57 in the morning. Nick was trying to call for a nurse but no one appeared to answer, he dialled the number to his house but there was no reception so he couldn't get through. Then the lights flickered slightly, Nick looked up at it but it seemed to be fine now, then he realised that he really needed to go to the bathroom. As he walked towards the toilet door, Nick felt as if he was being watched, but no one else was there, he was alone in his room. As he entered the bathroom he splashed cold water on his face, and he heard someone say "Oh come on. Get it together, Nick." Nick looked up in shock, looking directly at the mirror. He saw his own reflection, but at the same time it wasn't him. The man in the mirror had scars all over his face, his eyes burning with evil, and then he smiled.
"Hey Nick, its been a while. I've missed you."
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