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Creative writing - The Midnight Lover.

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The Midnight Lover Women just can't resist me. It must be my special charm that does it; at least I've never had any complaints yet. I find that embracing a different girl every night and pouring my warm passionate kisses over her with all the romance of Valentino and the cold, calculating seduction of Landru. They are at my mercy. God, I must be a handsome fellow. Success follows success as I leave behind me score upon score of contented female companions. It all began last autumn with Rachel. She was the first and truly the dearest in memory that I would recall. Oh, Rachel, my dearest, most affectionate love, what has become of you now? Her eyes glistened with the radiance of a thousand stars. ...read more.


I have never given more time to one than any of the rest, nor have I rejected any who have called to me. I have always shared my love equally with each one, as I know that some are capable of jealousy, and I believe that I am appreciated all the more for my fairness. I have never actually attempted intercourse with any of them although I know that they would not object to it, and I have had several opportunities. My nature tells me that it would be wrong to take advantage of their love for me to indulge in this type of love. Anyway, in some cases members of their family are present and I would find it most embarrassing to attempt the seduction of a girl whilst under constant surveillance of her dear mother. ...read more.


For instance, last week they tried to put an end to our lovely acquaintance in a most primitive way. Fools they are, don't they understand that their stupid methods cannot inhibit true love? I knew that it would have been useless trying to explain it to them, as my words would never have pierced their thick skulls. So, instead I waited until they had completed their futile retaliation against me and then under the cover of darkness I returned to my loved ones. Nothing could keep me from them. Oh my dear ones, my darlings. I have returned to give you my love! The steel blade of my saw cut easily through the bars that have been placed over the windows of the morgue. Faster and faster still I cut, driven on by the thought of the glorious night that lay ahead. I'm here, my darlings. I'm here... ...read more.

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