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Little Savage

by Patsy Collins
Originally published by BookHippo.uk on 06/03/2013

She stared fascinated as his sharp little teeth ripped at the chunk of fresh, red flesh. The sight appalled her, yet she could not look away. Sally knew she dare not take her eyes of him, not even for a moment.

Holding the skin firmly, he feasted on the juicy interior. Greedily he bit off chunks; eating noisily and chuckling with pleasure. He wiped his hand across his face, dispersing the crimson liquid that ran freely from his mouth.

What a savage little monster, thought Sally as she watched her two year old son eat his first slice of watermelon.


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