#TimonyChallenge #DiabolicalDeeds, Day 2, Calu

Looking at the wolf I learned the meaning of cacaesthesia. Soon, I would know nothing but pain.  Shapeless beings held me. We stood before an ocean or melted rock. Whisps of that rock floated, like steam, above that ocean. I was drowning in the caliginous environment.

The wolf had many names. Hades. Pluto. Calu. Satan. Fire filled his eyes. His coat was pure fire. He growled, snapped his teeth and the beings holding me hurled me into it. For every heartbeat, every breath, for all time, I would only know the endless pain of being burned alive.

100 Words
@LurchMunster

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One thought on “#TimonyChallenge #DiabolicalDeeds, Day 2, Calu

  1. I think your first paragraph may call for an “ocean of melted rock” rather than an “ocean or melted rock”. Tying all the chthonic deities/devils together is a clever unifying approach so that even people who don’t know Calu will understand who the narrator is faced with in his eternal torment.
    Well and poetically presented.

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