Cat Eyes
by Julean Martin, 16, Weaver High School
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On Halloween night, as soon as her shift ended, Reese was out the door and heading toward the bus station. The creaky movement of the bus stopped as it reached her, hailing one last wheeze. She hopped on and headed toward the back. The ride began smooth, only a few rocks along the way.

Reese leaned her head against the cool glass of the window. She was just beginning to dose off when … BAM! The bus stopped completely and began to rock violently. The lights started to flicker and Reese tried to hold in screams. Moments passed and the bus stopped rocking and began to move again.

As the bus chugged on, the lights continued to flicker and the bus started rocking again. As the rocks became more frequent, so did Reese’s shaking. Suddenly, the bus stopped again. But this time everything was dark and Reese let out a daunting scream. Everything became quiet. Until … hundreds of mews answered her, each one louder than the first. Sounds of feet entered the bus and minutes after the lights began to return.

Reese began to get up, but the sight before her froze her in fear. There, right in front of her, was the driver, half eaten with blood pouring out of every crevice and zombie-like cats surrounding him. Soon, they were pouring in from everywhere, just crowding the bus. Reese kept slowly backing up, trying not to make a sound. But when she saw an eyeball roll onto the floor, a slight squeal escaped her lips.

Cats turned her way, hungry for fresh meat. Too soon, she was surrounded, cats scratching and clawing at her. Minutes went by and the torture continued, eventually bringing her to the ground. She was covered in her own blood, the flesh hanging off her, and screams of torture being ripped from her mouth. Her life was coming to an end and the last thing she saw was cats looking down at her as they ate her … alive!
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