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My First Murder Muahahaha

Updated on July 24, 2012

I saw the opportunity and murder was on my mind. Call it vengence from past experience. Call it protecting myself. I knew his potential to cause me pain was me right before my eyes. I knew he could get into my flesh the way few could. I couldn't allow it nor was I going to. So i did what I had to do. I felt it was the only way and running wasn't an option anymore. I was tired of running.

In my mind, the cost of my actions was low in comparison to avoiding the inevitable. No matter how bad i looked to others. No matter his right to be or not. I took my opportunity to it's fullest extent.

The pool in the back yard was where it all unfolded. I knew it was now or never. I wasn't going to risk never. He passed me to the ladder of the stairs. Dipping into the water, I could feel my heart pound. Would I do this? Could I do this?

I grabbed the net. I slowly put it over his head when he was oblivious. As I tried to keep him under water, he struggled for breath. This was happening. There was no turning back. I had to do it all or none and it was just too late now. He slipped out from under the net and I repositioned submerging him again into liquid death. I won't be prideful enough to say he didn' fight with all his might but he just didn't have what it took to save himself. The fight was never fair in the first place as I had the upper hand by element of suprise and size. I knew the power I held, so i pressed on disregarding the pain he must be going through at that very moment. His life flashing before him...

As I saw him go limp, his lifeless body floated to the surface. It was done.

I felt no remorse as I lifted him out of the pool and placed him on the ground. But not before i stared intently at the figure of death. There was no movement. Not even twitching. I was relieved it was over. I now had a new label...murderer. But it was one I could live with because...

That mosquito never had a chance!!!!!!!! MUAHAHAHAHA


Author: Amber Tysdal

Disclaimer: The picture was not the acutal image of the murdered mosquito. Bugs WERE harmed prior to the writing of this story. Feel free to try this at home...or anywhere those nasty creatures are lurking for that matter.


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    • Amberjewell profile image

      Amberjewell 5 years ago

      Awww. Thank you for your compliment! I really appreciate it!

    • Patty Kenyon profile image

      Patty Kenyon 5 years ago from Ledyard, Connecticut

      ROFL...that was funny!! I love how you build into the murder of the mosquito and I love your disclaimer!!!