Each one of them was separated at birth from their mother. The infant was born, and a protective seal was immediately plastered on its eyes, so that it could not see things plainly as they were. A certain virus was injected into them at birth. A virus, so lethal, that in the instance of its injection it spread into all faculties of the young one’s body permeating everything and not withholding itself from any cell. They were then enrolled into an army, to be trained for the rest of their lives, and be employed into a life-long battle against an enemy. All they knew was what they were told from the beginning. They did not know the enemy they were fighting against but they detested him already. The creatures wanted him dead. A poison was passed around every year at the facility. At first, they were forced to drink the horrid contraption, but as time went by they begged for it. The creatures wanted the poison; their bodies asked for it, their insides craved it, and every fiber in their being felt like it was going to erode if it weren’t going to receive it for quite some time. Gradually, they become uglier and uglier, but because of the plaster at birth, they were blind to the viciousness of their appearance. In fact, they looked beautiful to each other. These anomalous creatures turned into monsters.
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