StumpyStumpy22 hours ago in Short Stories
What's black, hairy, six-legged, and adorned with quills along its back? That's what I asked myself the first time I saw it. It's big, too, almost as tall as my two-story log cabin. It's been visiting ever since I first built on the property and moved in. I live by myself in the countryside, the nearest town a half-hour drive at least.
I might sound oddly casual about it, but I've just gotten used to the thing coming around. The first time I saw it was when I was napping in my rocking chair on my back porch. I stirred and looked out across the yard, and there it was, gazing back at me. At first, I didn't realize what I was looking at. It was standing such that it appeared as a tall stump, the only deceiving quality being its bright green eyes glowing even in broad daylight. When the creature noticed it had been spotted, it turned and lumbered away into the depths of the forest behind my property. Goosebumps erupted all over my body. I would have called the police, but I don't have a la
Threat - Yandere!Light Yagami x ReaderYou and Light had been dating for a while; in fact you both had been dating for about three months. At first everything was going fine; then she appeared. Misa, you knew her as that famous model that appeared in magazine. It happened the day you were at Light’s house studying when she barged into the room. It frighten you when she threw the door open and spoke Light’s name in a high pitch voice.Threat - Yandere!Light Yagami x Reader5 hours ago in Short Stories
At first you were quite confused as to why the model would know where Light lived. But the confusion was quickly replaced with heartbreak as the blonde revealed a lot of things with a smile on her face. How Light and her were a couple and that to hide it the brunette just chose to date some random girl at school. Among the blonde’s speech you could hear the brunette trying his best to speak over her, yet you didn’t process his words. With anger you left in a huff, not acknowledging the male’s futile attempts in calling your name.
As the days went by, you ended up h
CreepyCross #3 Knots was walking through the woods one day. He was looking something deadly important to his cause. He heard a branch crack nearby. He stood still and heard a heart beat.CreepyCross #36 hours ago in Short Stories
The being; "Come out Slender. I know you're here. I hear your heart. We're near a Pre-K school I think we can both agree to stay away from it." He continued until he was at a large sky blue lake.
Slenderman appeared by his side. Both looking at their reflections in the water. Knots cracked a smile at his reflection. Slenderman just started at his own.
Knots; "Looks like the place we first meet... My old friend. How many years has it been? It was still when 'they' believed I wasn't blessed." Slenderman spoke in Knots's head.
Slenderman; "I know. We were young back then. 40 long years ago. I found someone with an innocent mind and was intelli
TactileTactileTactile23 minutes ago in Short Stories
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It had nestled under the crook of her ear while she slept. Small, like a delicate piece of jewelry, it clung to the warmth of her cartilage. While its mind lay dormant, its body was ever active, legs twitching as it ran from some imagined predator.
It fled the blankets when she stirred, nestling itself in the dimple of her left shoulder. It dodged a bra strap, soap, steam, and scrub, running into that nest of sweet-smelling blonde hair on her head. Wrapped in downy softness, it felt accepted and comfortably compressed.
After days, no, years of fleeing, being thrown aside, hearing the shrill screams of its companions, it wasn’t in favor of letting its guard down.
Many surfaces had been traversed, many fluids and foods had been tasted. Time and seed had been wasted. On the verge of collapse, as it tumbled from a brownstone window, a single leg had caught on a sill a few stories below. Terror seized up its joints, and, with urgency
RipperThere was a soft tapping at the backdoor.Ripper1 hour ago in Short Stories
Tap. Tap. Tap.
My ears perked up a little. The sound was reminiscent of something long gone from this world. My pet cat Ripper used to tap at the pack door to be let in, but he had passed from this world years ago.
When a man has no friends, he relies mostly on the animals he surrounds himself with. An ethereal bond forms, and nothing can really come between it. It’s the way a deaf person associates themselves with their surrounds: a silent, painfully long process that can end in either a painful letdown, or eternal and impartible gratification.
So that’s what I had done with my life, my lonely, lonely life; I had saved animals and sheltered them. Unfortunately, they had all been taken from me. But many years ago on a fateful trip, I had found my true soul-mate, this beautiful, beautiful cat. We lived out our lives until he, of course, passed. Now here I am, alone and sickly, trying to understand
The Taxi RideIt was in late October, specifically on Halloween, when I was riding with my uncle in his taxi and something extraordinary and bone chilling happened.The Taxi Ride7 hours ago in Short Stories
There was a Halloween carnival at school for all the little kids. I remember going to that carnival when I was younger. It has lots of amusement park rides that were shipped over from Gradibbe about a week prior. They also brought over face painting kits, delicious food, pumpkins, and many other things that I don’t have the time to write here. I was in Uncle’s taxi because I had a day off and chose not to attend the festivities at the carnival.
Uncle is the only family I have left besides a Yorkshire terrier I own named Neville. I’m not really sure he counts as family to you, but he does to me. I mean why wouldn’t you treat a cute dog with the same love and attention that you treat the rest of your family? My parents both died in a car accident when I was four and my older sister died from a heroin overdose. She n
Steam Summer SaleThe Steam Summer SaleSteam Summer Sale20 hours ago in Short Stories
Today was the day.
School was out, and I had some extra money from doing chores and mowing local lawns.
It won't happen again, I said.
I tried to escape.
Gaben came with his army of 90% and 80% offs.
We weren't ready.
We lasted 5 minutes until someone gave in to the sale.
I survived until halfway through.
The sale consumed us all.
Next up: Winter Sale