Sorin's Two Course MealNine year old Greyson and fifteen year old Caleb laid down for bed. They had bunk beds, Greyson was on bottom, and Caleb had the top bunk. The boys had gone to bed without a fuss, they were tired from a Saturday full of outdoor play and roughhousing. Greyson was nearly asleep the second his head hit the pillow. He was dressed the way he was usually dressed when he was home for the night, that is, just in a pair of boxers. His long brown hair was still damp from his shower. Caleb was wearing a pair of pajamas that he’d gotten as a gift before his latest growth spurt, so they almost didn’t fit him any more. Even as he lay in bed, with his hands lying just above his head, his shirt rode up, exposing the skin of his belly up to just past his navel.Sorin's Two Course Meal by Ticklish-Lad
Sorin grinned to himself as his form materialized and stretched up from under the beds. He stayed in the shadows, observing his next meal. He was quite happy to see that he’d found a bedroom with a pair of brothers. Boys made
Bottom of the Food Chain: Part 1“Let him go!” Eric cried.Bottom of the Food Chain: Part 1 by Ticklish-Lad
He had turned through an alleyway, taking a shortcut to make it home before dark. He knew that alleyways weren't always safe, because they were one of the few places that were still dark during the day. But his chances were better if he took a shortcut or two and only risked running into a hungry monster, compared to his feeble chance of survival if he was caught outside past sun set.
However, upon turning into the alley, he saw that he was not alone. There was a boy in the alley, he looked no older than 9 years old, 5 years younger than Eric himself.
However, there was also something hungry in that alley. He saw it advancing on the boy, but the thing was so fast that Eric didn't even have a chance to warn the boy. It was a very large black bird. It had a beak like a pelican, an enormous wing span, and was as tall as an adult man and a half.
Eric ran towards the boy and shouted warnings, but the boy gave him a confused, startled look. The bird quic