by Lori Green
Jun ran her fingers down the tender flesh of her arm, the scars long healed. A gift from her father.
His voice still echoed inside her skull. Buta. Nothing but a pig, an unwanted girl. Before she turned; she would have done anything for him.
No matter, the hakken had embraced her now as one of their own, a daughter of the pack. Emiko was her senpai now.
She threw her head back and howled as she raised her father’s severed head, her fangs still dripping. She let the blood pool on her tongue, savouring the sweet taste of freedom.
Lori Green is a Canadian author who enjoys writing dark fiction, horror, and poetry. When not writing, she can be found haunting the local cemetery on her morning walks. Published with Black Hare Press, Off Topic Publishing, Blank Spaces Magazine, and many more.