The Girl who was undressed by Evil

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They tore everything that warms her and all that makes her human. They played with her, tortured her hard and destroyed her—raw, naked and sore. She was seething up to the innermost level of her core, but she’s also terrified. What they did was completely inhuman, because they’re not human! She might be out of her mind to reckon that it’s possible, but she absolutely knew what she felt despite being blindfolded in utter darkness.

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She was pushed violently by the wind til her back magnetised on a cold smooth wall that felt like she plummeted from the sky with such indescribable level of pain, which was only the beginning. Something then forced both her hands and her feet to form an X figure against a wall—something, not someone.. definitely not the hands of a man, but something she couldn’t figure yet. She tried to fight the invisible force, but she’s too weak for it. Each time she protested, her wrists and ankles got burnt by what felt like handcuffs of fire. Two layers of half inch braces of fire that murdered her soul as they smashed her clothes til nothing is left to cover her body.

She’s totally naked and it frightened the hell out of her. She was crying and shouting for help, in her mind at least, because no matter how much she tried to scream, no voice comes out of her mouth. No volume, no words. She couldn’t even literally open her mouth—her lips were glued together by what felt like a zipper of ice. Her mouth was instantly frozen and she became hopeless. Even more when she felt a rough yet sensual touch running down slowly from her neck down to her breasts, circling its way over and over, making an infinity sign and then stopped as it reached her nipples. The instant they were pressed, she was electrified by some unknown intense lightning that made her pulse beat incredibly fast like it’s going to explode, like a bomb installed inside her body with a mixture of both pain and pleasure. It was, however, inexplicably painful for the most part. She felt like her nerves were replaced by something hard like of a metal or aluminum or platinum whatsoever, she had no idea at all. Whatever it is, it felt like she was robotized from within with such excruciating pain that in her mind made her wish they just kill her and let her die.

She then felt her blood running down her thighs that made her even weaker. The flow of the blood that comes out of her womanhood became faster and heavier, like a shower raining down all the liquid from her body she wondered why she’s still conscious after all.

When she’s all exhausted, a tube was suddenly sucked inside her vagina like a huge IV inserted upon her, replacing all the blood they drained out of her with something immensely hot. Whatever they put in inside her rapidly kicked in, reaching her brain with a bang that panicked her whole system. She hysterically vibrated non-stop like being possessed by some demonic spirit that magically granted her with an incredible strength she was able to remove the unbreakable fire-like handcuffs. She fell onto the ground that subsequently sent her into a complete blackout…

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48 Comments

  1. Hyperion says:

    Such pain and suffering expressed in metaphor because the reality is too difficult to speak of, comes like the pulse of a typhoon hammering the sanity into a disaster zone. Always, the sharp and emotive skill of your words seem straight from your heart and soul. I’m breathless and feeling the anguish of a tormented soul. Brilliant writing Apple. I held my breath the whole time I was reading.

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      Aw I’m so glad you’re here! Your comments mean a lot to me, Hyp. Thank youuuu 😊

      I just wonder, are you a doctor or like a Psychologist? You seem to know how to read people’s minds and you can definitely read between the lines!

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      1. Hyperion says:

        It’s always my pleasure when I’m here reading you, Apple. I’m an INFJ male Empath. I did have training and experience in medical/health research and I pay very close attention to people. Women are much more expressive than men and their body language is like ballet, it tells a complete story without a word. I sensed much more in your story but felt it best not to overthink it as it was beautiful in the expression of such anguish. A difficult task but you nailed the emotional chords so well.

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      2. Apple Rae says:

        Now I know why you write so well and why I like you a lot. One of the best match in Myers and Briggs is an INFJ and an ENTP. So, high five ✋ lol that is true about women and about ballet. I try to dance away my emotions through my words, forming a different story to somehow cover the real story, just because it’s better that way. Anyway, you’re awesome! Thanks again 😍

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      3. Hyperion says:

        Yes, I do feel that bond from the very start. You definitely fit in my inner circle. We are our own strongest critics when it comes to our writing but I see so many finely crafted layers in your writing, and I can tell it comes from your deep sensitivity and curiosity. We both can explore dark things as equally as we can enjoy the light and that is necessary to write well. I also bury my own life’s journey in my writing. I try to give my characters those emotions and metaphorical experiences that I have seen or felt. It makes them more alive to me and eventually my characters all become loyal friends, lol. High Five ✋ I look forward to more.

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  2. Enni says:

    this one is really awesome ….. just imagined the whole scene ….

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      Hey Enni!!! Thank youuuu. Missed your presence here 😉

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      1. Enni says:

        Your welcome buddy 🙃🙃🙃🙃🙃🙃🙃

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      2. Apple Rae says:

        😍😘

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      😚

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  3. ortensia says:

    An extremely vivid description,I really felt the pain and the agony

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      Aw thank you Ortensia. Means a lot to me ♥️

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      1. ortensia says:

        My pleasure.it really is a brilliant read,nearly taunting but beautiful

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  4. Jokerswild says:

    Wow Apple!! Talk about a woman going through a transformation, she was chained, drained, taken, shaken and reawaken! They say the most powerful demons are the ones the mind battle, they can strip you down to where you feel defeated but that’s also when they also run the risk of letting out the true beast, I’m sure Doctor Jekyll didn’t like the monster inside. The draining of the blood, the pain but the filling of the new life, it was pain but pleasure, it was her being woken, a new joy and a new strength to battle beyond the pain and suddenly, it hurt no more. What a vivid tale of torment, yet triumph because she was able to break free.

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      I’m happy you liked what I wrote. It was just a random expression through a short story. I just looked at the painting of the naked woman and this was what came out of me. Thank you Roy, always. 😌

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      1. Jokerswild says:

        We are one in the same, we look at something and write what we feel. Random thoughts are what the heart does, that’s what writing is. We go to our keyboard and bleed from our heart. You’re quite welcome.🌹

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      2. Apple Rae says:

        Absolutely true! Love this connection we have, Roy. 😌

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      3. Jokerswild says:

        So do I, so do I lovely. 🍎🌹

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  5. Such a dark imagery. It draws me in and makes me want to fight on her side.

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      Thanks Lloyd. Sometimes we need to let darkness in so we can appreciate the light. I’m glad you’re here! ☺️

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      1. Agreed. I have a playlist titled Vignette dedicated to that concept.

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      2. Apple Rae says:

        Oh yea? Did you post it in your site before? If you can send me the link so I can check it out, that’d be awesome ☺️

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      3. No, it’s on my Kindle. It’s mostly Heavy metal from the 70s and 80s. It’s a few songs that helps me to get in touch with my anger so that I can deal with it and move on.

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      4. Apple Rae says:

        I like the old songs from my father’s influence like Barry Manilow, Lionel Richie, Kenny Rogers and Bon Jovi but i know nothing about Heavy metal from the 70s and 80s 😅 hope you could share that soon in your future post 😊

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      5. Lol. Maybe. It doesn’t really fit the feel of my blog.

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  6. Bartek D says:

    Beautifully disturbing, well done.

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      Hi Bartek! Thanks for the appreciation. Means a lot ♥️

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  7. Great post Apple. You have written it from your heart. I can feel it in your words. Awesome post !!

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      Hey, thanks a lot for reading and for being here. 😊

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      1. You are welcome Apple ❤️😇

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  8. George F. says:

    Man, What Hyperion said, but more. You’ve got talent Apple, seriously…this scene is exactly how I would describe an Alien abduction…but you did it better. Provocative and exciting…I’m inspired now to get back to it and try to keep pace. Thanks for Provoking!

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      Aw George. Your comment means a lot. I’m glad you’re back! Looking forward to your next post ☺️ thank youuuuu 😊

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  9. Wow.

    A magnificently written story, Apple.

    I’m very glad indeed that your best friend got you back writing again because otherwise this literary masterpiece would have never been written.

    I agree with what George F. said about this is how the victim of an alien abduction must feel.

    Or a woman who succumbed to the torture of a demonic incubus in medieval times.

    You know my favourite character of George F.’s has always been Akira.

    She comes across as being tough and nasty on the outside but yet I always sensed a feeling of vulnerability about her on the inside.

    I don’t think George is even aware of this himself as he writes about her.

    Because in good writing, characters take on a life of their own and sometimes the reader can pick up an insight about a character that not even the author is aware of.

    I’ve always wondered what it was that created this vulnerability on the inside of Akira.

    But the experience you describe here, Apple, I think this is what happened to Akira when she was being created.

    Something dark, dangerous and vile happened to her.

    Probably something to do with Lasetter.

    That’s why she hates him so.

    It’s more than his drinking that bothers her.

    So you another writer captured the essence of what happened to Akira.

    For it is the essence of what happens to all sensitive women when they’ve been violated in some diabolical manner.

    Some women are hard hearted because they’re “born that way” (to quote some Lady Gaga lyrics).

    Others are hard hearted because they’ve had an experience like the heroine in this story (and an experience I suspect happened to Akira).

    Well done, Apple.

    A brilliant piece of writing.

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      Wow! I was blown away with your profound analysis, Dracul. I couldn’t agree more to it. I love Akira too as much as you do and she could really be the girl in this piece. Thanks a lot for being here and for taking the time to read. It means a lot when an expert in writing like yourself appreciate my works. 🤩😉

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  10. Scary one #lotsofthrill 😱

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    1. Apple Rae says:

      I just had to. Lol thanksssssss Ray

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      1. Had to scare US? 😱😱

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      2. Apple Rae says:

        I just had to make it #thrilling so I get your attention lol

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      3. It was in every sentence I have to tell u. I just couldn’t stop lol

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      4. Apple Rae says:

        Hahaha thanks. It’s metaphorical in a way. I used this kind of transformation to a deeper level from the old you to a new and better you who had to undergo something terrible and scary in the beginning, that only time would only be able to explain why you were chosen, and why you had to endure the pain 😉 something like that hehe

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      5. 👽👽very philosophical too 💙💙 I like it!

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      6. Apple Rae says:

        I’m glad you did. :))))

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      7. U made George very happy too 😂😂✌️

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      8. Apple Rae says:

        hahaha George likes anything that’s evil. He’s one of the people who inspired me to take evil into the next level lollll

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      9. Yeah…but I think he’s missing the point sometimes- that Evil is kind 🙂

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      10. Apple Rae says:

        Absolutely true! ♥️♥️♥️♥️

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      11. But we all see it differently of coz

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