It was raining and there were people walking around, they're faces were gone, all that was there was a hole with their eyeballs dangling by the optic nerve. dashing by like they were late for something I was walking around, and then in the distance was Jeff standing there.. staring at me with sorrow in his eyes, I was going to go up to him but then .....
I woke up..
I looked at the clock, it said 3:00 AM
It was raining out side, I got up,and went to the window, I looked out, it was raining pretty hard out there, but.. I saw a figure standing in the distance like in my dream, I freaked out ran back to my bed and hid under the covers...
Around 6:00 AM
I opened my eyes and notice something in my right eye I couldn't see out of it, I darted out of my bed went to the bathroom looked in the mirror An saw my eye was missing, I screamed,and ran back to my bedroom grabbed my phone, I was going to call my mum... but I stopped as a cold breeze went past me, I turned slowly to my bed, what I saw above my bed, my eye nailed to the wall blood under it spelling out:
I gasp and I tripped over my chair that was behind me, I fell on my bum, and then I saw a shadow rising by my bed, I turn around and saw Jeff in the window, holding one finger against his lips,and then he breathed on the window,making the window foggy and then he wrote,
GO TO SLEEP...
and he drew a happy face with it..
and then, in a blink of a eye, he was gone..
THE END. this is my first story,tell me what you think. and I'm sorry for any miss spell's :I
***Short story I wrote for my college Creative Writing class. Please comment, i'd love to get feedback. I did not create the preview image. It can be found here: [link]
The noise resonated through her mind, the most high-pitched ear shattering noise she had ever heard. Only, she wasn't hearing it. It was all in her head. It was almost deafening, she clutched at her head and cringed in pain as she waited for it to stop. She tried to catch her breath as the noise slowly softened and faded away, leaving her with a pounding headache. She knew why she was hearing the noise, and why only she could hear it. He had chosen her, and he was calling her to him. She didn’t know what it was, or why it wanted her. The first time she had seen him, she was a little girl. He would watch her from the window while she played with her toys. He was so tall; he almost had to bend down to look into the window. His skin was as white as ivory, but the thing that unnerved her most was his face. He had no eyes, no mouth. No facial structures at all. Just a blank, white face, always watching her. To her surprise, he never scared her though. She was happy when he was watching her, because she knew that he was protecting her, like a guardian angel. When he was watching, she knew that she was safe. He continued to visit her as she grew up. She started seeing him more and more, sometimes in public, sometimes during school. At times she would wake up and he would be standing in her room, she watching over her while she slept. When she didn’t see him, she began to miss him. He had become a part of her life. Wherever she was, he was there to protect her. Eventually, bad things began to happen to the people who had wronged her. Friends that had stabbed her in the back, or boyfriends that had hurt her. They would suffer a series of misfortunate accidents. Some of them were just minor inconveniences. Others were far more painful. Only she knew that they weren’t just accidents. It was him, The Slenderman, getting vengeance for her. She knew that he would never let anyone hurt her and get away with it. Soon she had graduated high school, and was living on her own. Her friends had come and gone, relationships had faded. She was alone now, except for her faceless guardian angel. He was always there now, always in the corner of her vision. She had grown to love him, as she knew that he loved her. He was starting to scare her though. He had began taking her in the middle of the night, teleporting her to a different location and time and bringing her back by morning. She was starting to lose touch with reality. What was real, and what was a dream? He told her to do things, and if she fought him, he would hurt her. Many times she woke up with bruises and cuts and didn’t remember how she had gotten them. He was starting to terrify her. She knew that he wanted to take her to his realm, his dimension, so she could live with him forever, but she wasn’t ready for that. She wanted to live her life first. Running away from him seemed to be the only option left, but how do you run from something that can see everything, go everywhere, at anytime? She knew that she would have to forget about him. Her thoughts of him gave him power, made him stronger, and through that, he always knew where she was. Her only option was to try and forget about something that had been there her whole life. She was tired of the nightmares, of losing weeks of time, of waking up beaten. The headaches when she disobeyed him had become unbearable. After recuperating from her headache, she jumped up without thinking and packed as many clothes and belongings as she could. She ran to her car, cranked it on and drove away without looking back. She didn’t know where she was going, or why she was going now. She just knew that she needed to leave. She drove for about two hours before she started driving into some thin woods. It was pitch black, the moon wasn’t out tonight and the growing forest was increasingly blocking the little light that was coming down from the stars. The shadows casting off from the trees began to play with her eyes and her mind. She felt like she could see him standing behind every tree, observing every move she made. The road beneath her car had begun to deteriorate until it was nothing more than a small dirt road, leading to nowhere. She pulled up to a blockade of trees, and having nowhere else to go parked and looked around her. As far as she could see, there was only woods surrounding her. Despite knowing she was in a bad situation, in a horrible place, she was calm. She took a deep breath and opened her door, stepping out and gently shutting it behind her. Her breathe floated up to the stars every time she exhaled, and she watched it calmly before putting on a jacket and walking into the pitch black forest. She didn’t know where she was going, or why she was even there. Something was pulling her deeper and deeper into the brush. The only sound around her was the crunch of her footsteps on the dead leaves and twigs. She began to wonder what time it was, but then realized that she had not brought anything with her. Not her cell phone, or a watch, or even a flashlight. She sighed, watching her breath float up again as she continued to walk further into the darkness. After watching her feet march before her for what seemed like miles, she looked up to discover that she had walked onto the shore of a lake. A thick cover of trees surrounded the water, but regardless, the view was breathtaking. She could once again see all the stars in the sky above her, and a sense of overwhelming peace and tranquility washed over her. She looked down the shore about fifty feet away to see her Guardian, The Slenderman, standing there looking at her. She smirked to herself, as she suddenly acknowledged that she should have known that it was him that was leading her there. He was so much smarter than she understood. She knew now, that it was time. She couldn’t run from him, or fight him anymore. This was her destiny, to follow him and live forever. She continued to smile to herself as she slowly walked to him. She heard him let out a soft cooing sigh, almost as if he was relieved that she was finally coming with him. He slowly opened his arms for her as she drew nearer, waiting for their perfect moment. She walked up to him and wrapped her arms around his thin waist as she felt his own long, slim arms encircle her. She looked up to him to see him soft, white face looking back at her. Everything was finally perfect. They floated in the vast universe together, eternal beings with infinite powers; free to do whatever they please. This was the moment she had been waiting for her whole life. True, unstoppable happiness. They embraced each other and they swan through infinity, forever destined to be together.
Elska was always the quiet child, who was too timid and afraid to make friends. His Mother and Father always said the other kids would bully him, or hurt him, so he would always stray himself from them. Even if some of the students would come to ask if Elska would like to play or join them in playing catch, Elska would purposely say no and just keep himself away. For a long time, he was very alone.
To be honest - I was always like this during my childhood as well. Same things were told to me by my parents, and I would do the same thing as Elska did to not involve myself with the other kids. I guess it explains why I am always so awkward (or have a poor sense of humor.) I was always afraid, even if I shouldn't have been. There were a lot of nice kids in my school that tried to befriend me, but I would purposely push them away, too. I was never bullied as a kid - but I think I may have bullied myself for the longest time.
But I did make friends that had to literally pry me out of that state, and I felt really accepted knowing I was with friends that could protect me. I'm still socially awkward, and still have bad humor, but having them make me realize that not everyone is bad made me feel confident about being open-minded.
After I finished drawing Jeff the Killer in my live stream someone asked if I would draw Offenderman in a sexy pose XD hehe so this is what I came up with. I know the hat is horrible it took for ever and it's the best it's going to get at this point. But I hope you guys like it so far.
"Say goodbye, as you dance with the devil tonight.
Don't you dare look at him in the eye, as you dance with the devil tonight...
Trembling, crawling across my skin. Feeling your cold dead eyes, stealing the life of mine.
I believe in you, I can show you that I can see right through all your empty lies.
I won't last long, in this world so wrong...."
Idk, I've had this idea for while now and suddenly it stuck me to make this, once again I didn't make lineart for it >.< gettin lazy x.x The lady was actually going to have my pink hair but I felt brunette just worked better. I was going fo r the more terrifying look, but :/ idk I lost it..... I also then this need more blood and claws xD
Singerman AKA Sin (c) (totally got lazy with Sin's hands >.>)
Personality: Happy most of the time, he usually forgive easily and he even forgive that person who did those deep scars on his head. He is kind, friendly and helpful, he only stalks when he really like someone.
Extra: He has only 2 tentacles, same color as his skin and have 3 more deep scars on his left arm, close to his shoulder. Some people call him Scar-man. He lives in the city and help some people if they ask help. City where he lives there people know that he is no harm but strangers can look at him quite badly. He is very and i mean really, very very very strong.