Midnight Secrets pt11Darkness was all she could see. There was no light that normal would be breaking through her mind. She could sense the presence of another but it must be a trick for she was alone and scared. The shadows brought to life childhood horrors that made her skin crawl and shivers run down her spine like nails digging into her flesh.Midnight Secrets pt1118 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
This was her prison cell that she must endure for the pain she caused. Wait what pain? She couldn’t remember or understand what was happening around her and who she was. Maybe she was a nameless ghost hovering over the surface of black water trying to find her way home back to her loved ones.
A voice broke through the silence. “I’m sorry, Elisabeth. Please don’t leave me.” Elisabeth? Was that her name? She tried to remember but there was nothing in her mind. It was completely blank like a page in a book before the story began. Why must the suffering continue when her whole being is numb to any sort of feelings or emotions?
DE SYNGER MIG TIL RO: fifty skades of crayThere was only one silence in the forest that morning. It was not that of the trees, for they were bustling with chirps and scampers. It was not that of the dirt, which brimmed with the quiet but not noiseless busyings of ants and spiders and worms. It was not that of the man, for his baritone filled the woods and engulfed the other sounds within itself; swaddling them and curling around the edges of rustling leaves. The twigs snapping beneath his running shoes; a disjointed staccato to his song. The cadence was off, but the man smiled blissfully as he tended to the small fire crackling before him.DE SYNGER MIG TIL RO: fifty skades of cray16 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
There was only one silence, and it was that of Kricket Tacy.
Solen er så rød, mor
og skoven bli'r så sort.
Nu er solen død, mor
og dagen gået bort.
Even as she stirred in her sleep, the air around her remained still. The man's song hesitated, lingering on a note as he turned his head towards her. He watched for a moment, waiting. She moved again, wrists pullin