A contribution by Aggy1
The sun's gone down, but the pavement radiates with the heat it's spent all day collecting. In the purple sky, the moon hangs between orange sodium streetlights, and you can hear the voices of kids you played with earlier in the day. They're waiting for you, and as you begin to hear animal barks and howls among them, you can tell that it's time for you to change as well. Children have to come in at dark, after all, but animals get to stay out as late as they want.