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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 20, 2014

    The tor<_>ture part 6 of 18

    I closed my black to to my room. It was dark red inside. Walls, curtains, sheets, pillows, evreything but my black door and desk. I sat in the chair and sighed. A pickture of my parets on my mirror's corner. I got up and glanced out the opening. Parting the curtains. Mastrr mark was yelling at coltin. And coltin was struggleing. I was to far away to here. But i could see clearly. I sighed again. I felt something rub againsit my jeans and meow. Night my black cat was looking at me. I picked him up and put him on my bed. He curled up and purred. Then i heared a scream. I looked out my window to see master mark chaining coltin in an "X" above a mud pit. I paniced and slightly and watched. He dangled there. His limps failing. He was being lowered slowly. I gasped and raced out of my room to the clearing. <p> Master mark saw me. He refused to stop struggling and stop cus<_>sing. So im letting the tentacls in the pit have him. I had no choice but to watch coltin get lowered closer and closer to the mud. The tentacles reached for him and grabed him. Coltin cry was muffled by a gag as he struggled. More tentacles undid the chains and he fell into the shallow mud. The tentacles wrapped around him. Coltin, only in his pants, struggled and sank to his knees by the weight. More and more tentacles went on him from the mud. One crawling into his pants. He moved his hand to sl<_>ap it but he fell on his stomach when two more grabed his wrists and yanked them away. He cryed out and started to struggle less. I gulped and master mark watched. A tentacle wrapped around his throat and pulled. Coltins head tipped back. Another tentacle slipped into his mouth and he struggled, the tentacles holding him tight. I couldnt watch. Coltin gave in and collapsed, the tentacles exploring him. About 10 minutes of moans twists and exploreing from the pit, master mark pulled him out and put him in a cage. Coltin, now covered in mud, shivered and lay there. I came toward him but master mark stopped me with a hand. "This is his falt."

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