The house shuddered, framework groaning from so much evil. I squelched through slicks of dismembered bodies, trying not to see the bits rolling beneath my boots, clawing for purchase in a vain attempt to re-form into coherence. Not even they wanted that, but they were too dispersed to know it.
Snaking past the half-torso of a party girl, I climbed
the stairs. The priest wouldn’t roll in the muck with his handiwork.
Neither would he keep his weakness close. I knew I’d found the right
spot when the unhinging dog left his place astride two lovers, jaws
opening in pieces.