Anne Rice - v1, Lasher

Im finding a place gljiyeth a soft dry place be quiet

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Unformatted text preview: fiend was hanging about the cradle. I saw him in a flash, dressed as me, all full of mud, the way he'd been before. Idiot thing. I smiled. "You want to come into me now?" "Time to be with her, my baby," he said. "See how beautiful she is. Your witches' gifts are in her, yours and those from her mother's mother, and her mother's mother. And to think I might have wasted you." "You never know, do you? What do you learn when you are in me?" He didn't answer for a long while. Then he appeared in an even more brilliant flash, my spitting image as they say, and he glared at me, and smiled, and then he tried to laugh, but nothing came from his mouth, and he vanished. But what I'd caught was his improved mim- icry; his greater love for my form. I walked out. I now saw what I had to do. Study the problem when the thing was occupied with the baby. And keep it coming into me when it would, for as long as I could endure it. The months passed. Mary Beth's first-birthday party was a great fete. The city was booming again; the shadows of the war were gone;...
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