What's Happiness?There was nothing special about him.What's Happiness?20 hours ago in Short Stories
You could stare at him as long as you want,
Try to scrutinise any of his habits and movements
Go ahead, analyse the way he leads his life…
There is nothing that would really stand out.
Average job, average pay, pretty little wife
Two little soldiers playing or fighting together
Troublesome little devils during the day but nice cute angels when night comes down.
Not a fancy big house with huge gardens and big parking full of luxurious cars. No, just a small place in quiet corner, just enough to keep their day brighter
You could qualify his life as properly monotonous.
Every day is the same, nothing special happens… no trouble nor excitement.
He goes to work early in the morning and come back sometimes late at night.
He drives for an hour and a half five days a week feed his family.
His wife spends most her time home, doing the housework, raising the kids, checking over if there is nothing missing… making everything ready
SufferingDarkness envelopes my very being. I weep and sob yet there is no end to this void of cold onyx black. The shadows whisper vile, sickening secrets about my life that I never even began to fathom. It’s as if I was Christ at the cross, except with a crown of poetry and whips of words, all negative, all vile.Suffering1 day ago in Short Stories
Water begins to fill this desolate tomb which has encased me miles beneath the surface of the living, a hypothermia demise. Winter enters my lungs like smoke from an abusive father’s cigarette, i cough and wheeze gasping for either air or end, yet neither come to me.
The chamber drains and I begin to shiver, exhaling my lungs out with every passing second.
I begin to catch my breath when suddenly I feel a sharp pain pierce into my flesh, thousands of small legs begin to scurry up my deprived body. A barrage of arachnids attack me mercilessly, their venom spreads throughout my veins, I begin to vomit blood after hours of the assault. My eyes, completely shot as I am gilded