Pt. X: Mummy Dearest.
After all this time, she finally got a chance to see her own son. Maybe it would be better if she took on a less haunting form.
Mathew stared in awe at the being morph into a different form. Her red~eyes seemed to have been in control of the sky. He was certainly dealing with a peculiar lifeform.
Memories came rushing back like a flood back to when he was just a little boy. He was terrified of sleeping with the lights off, but whenever he would get scared he would hear a sweet lullaby ringing in his mind. It was her all along! She had kept watch over her baby from the other realm.
He felt more at peace now. Mathew stared into his Mum’s eyes. They always seemed to have zillions of stars shining in them like the night sky.
Mathew stood very still, not knowing what to do next. His Mum smiled and moved toward her son. Then wrapped her arms around him. Mathew took a deep breath and smiled, too. Never before had he felt so content.
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