by Sophie Wagner
“Please!” the hysterical mother shrieked. “You have to help her, she’s going to die!”
“Mrs,” the doctor replied. “We are doing everything we can. We’ve never seen anything like this before.”
The girl who sat in front of them, once a healthy athlete, was now frail and almost transparent. Her hair was slicked with sweat from a fever that you could feel from halfway across the room. And worst of all, black lines traced up and down her veins.
Suddenly she began to convulse and fell to the floor. A dark shape appeared under her skin.
It began to crawl.
Sophie Wagner is an up-and-coming student author from Ontario. She has been published by places such as Scary Snippets and Poets Choice! Besides writing and reading Sophie enjoys playing various sports such as soccer and karate.