So for the most recent story I'm writing, I decided to start off with an omniscient paragraph from a kind of narrator which describes the events of a story. In this instance, he describes how there are no monsters in the dark but for the ones our mind imagines, and then after the first paragraph the POV shifts to a monster who has just been born in the darkness. It's never elaborated on how the monster came to exist; it simply did. And I'm finding it incredibly difficult writing from this perspective, mostly because it's difficult to couple the monster's physically distressing and terrifying features with his child-like, naive and inquisitive attitude. So basically, I was just wondering what's the strangest POV you've ever written from, and how did you get around the problems you faced with it?