An Unwelcome GuestI heaved Aunt Mariam’s bag in through the front door.An Unwelcome Guest10 hours ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
“Laney, let your brother do it,” said Aunt Mariam.
“I can take a bag of clothes into a house, its fine.” I said. She was here again. The smell of cheap duty free perfume filled my nose, as it always did, the moment she stepped into the house. She was like a pink, paisley balloon filled with the stuff. Brandon reached the top of the grey, London stairs behind her. He smiled at me and raised his eyebrows behind her back. He was right, she’s family. We just have to live with it. He put the car keys in his pocket and walked into the house.
“Right, cup of tea anyone?” He said, rubbing his hands together. I glared at him.
“Brandon! You know that I am lactose intolerant!” Said Aunt Mariam. He remembered.
“Oh, sorry, Aunt Mariam,” he said, “but you can have it without-“
“Nonsense. Tea without milk is just pointless. Haven’t drunk it since I found
Crying over a loved oneI cried every night from my hardships. I wish I could bring back a loved one from somewhere. I can't bring my fridge back from the kitchen. My fridge is a thirty second walk from my room, mmkay. I would bring you to my room but I have a rival. My siblings. I love you the most so choose me Fridge KunCrying over a loved one13 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
Best Kate day Part 1Kate looked down at her book, while everyone else were talking to each other. Then, Masky glanced over shoulder looking down at the pages. "What are reading?" he asked. Then Kate jumped up. "Ah uh m~ nothing~ You would like to know.."Kate replied. Masky was so desperate to know so he kept trying to look at the cover. Kate was getting annoyed,"Stop, this isn't for you white!" Soon, Masky just gave up. The only person who knew what it was was Jane. Kate decided to go to her room. When she opened the door, Jeff and BEN were inside. Kate looked up and yelled,"GET THE FUCKING HELL OUT!" It was loud enough for everyone downstairs to hear. Then BEN said,"Fine we'll get out! You don't have to yell, bitch." Kate sighed. She wished she could have just ONE day of fun and relaxation. Then Hoody came in and saw Kate crying in her pillow. "W-what's wrong?" he asked. Kate ignored him. Then he got out, calling in Jane. "Hey, are you okay?"she asked. Kate got up and she replied,"I just need a day of reBest Kate day Part 115 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
Are You Really OK?Your the girl I see in my dreams. The girl who cries. I don't know your name but I wish I did. I see behind those eyes. Inside is pain. I ask if you are OK. Yes is what you say. You give me that fake smile. Those kind eyes. The ones that held so many tears. That smile. That hides the worst pain. Your parents gave up on you. They focus on the others. But I'm still here. I won't leave you. As the days go by the pain shows more and more. I brought you into my arms and asked if you really were OK. You hesitated. Then you said yes. That you'll be OK. Yet the pain showed as I stroked back your hair. I had yet to feel the tears on my shirt as you cried. I didn't hear the cries. They were so soft from hiding it. It's only when I heard the sniffle that I pulled you away and wiped your tears. You looked at me. The pain showed. You tried hard to hide it behind your once brilliant blue eyes. Yet once you gave up they went dull as you tried to hide the pain. Only then did I lift the sleeve and my eAre You Really OK?17 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This