Who

That a monster can be anything and everything has been previously established. Before we plunge down the clandestine rabbit hole, I would like to pause for a mere second, and dig a little deeper.

What am I digging up?

Where am I digging?

I’m delving into my mind, looking for all the questions the enigmatic monster has stirred to the surface. You see, once something comes to light it sinks back down into the deep, dark ether of consciousness. I’m afraid that the more I think the more likely I’ll go insane.

But it’s a chance I’m willing to take. For now.

The question is a simple one:

What makes a monster a monster?

Is it the monster itself, by its thoughts or its actions? Or is it us?

Are there good monsters and bad monsters? Is it objective or subjective?

Does objective truly exist, or is it all relative?

What makes a monster a monster?

(Who makes a monster a monster?)

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