The Boy in the Closet- Part 1Stepping off the bus, I looked up at the mansion and sighed. This was where I’d be spending my summer? That sucks. This place looks like no one’s lived in it for like 20 years.The Boy in the Closet- Part 110 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
I was 15, just getting out of Freshman year of high school. I had short black hair and green eyes. Yeah, I know, you don’t care. You want to know the story.
So I walked into the mansion and looked around. Cobwebs hung from the ceilings and the paint was chipping off the walls. I grimaced. This place was a train wreck.
Why was I staying here you may ask? Well, my aunt died and apparently this was one of her older houses. Dunno why she kept it, but here I am. My mother decided it would be a good idea if I, and I quote, “Go back in time and look at how older houses functioned”. Yeah, that’s crap.
I walked up the steps to the second floor and looked around. A few rooms, and then there was this oddly colored do
MeMe 10 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
Lost. Alone. Cold. Isolated. These are the words of the emotions I have been dealing with in these past years. Haunting memories of my past came back rushing back to me, branding and scarring me of the choices and
mistakes I had made. Heartache and all out guilt were the only reason of what had brought out my tears. Chained to hopelessness and despair, I'm left to choose a path in which was committing suicide. Caged in this cruel
world by melancholy , I can't seem to break this cage. My wings are clipped; flight isn't irrelevant for my answer. In this world, I am a bird, flightless and caged in this hellish world. But as time had passed, a glimpse of hope
illuminated my perspective in life. An iris and a daisy were dropped upon my cage. Hope and friendship. I looked up to see two birds, landing on my cage as if were to want me to be out of this cage. Why would anyone want
me out? I pondered. But as I came to realized, these two birds were my two best friends, Jessica and M
Spirit People-ChristmasChapter 2: Learning about Christmas:Spirit People-Christmas5 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
A few days later, all the Spirit People woke up to see most of the adults and teenagers going through the basement of the house, pulling out random boxes labeled ornaments, tinsel, lights, and a circle-shaped one labeled star.
"What's all this for?" Nezo asked, opening a box and started to go through it. He picked out a few shiny spheres with hooks attacked to the top and looked at his reflection in them.
"We're going to decorate the house, inside and outside, for Christmas," Robin explained as he lugged a big box full of electric lights up the stairs.
"Christmas? What's that?" Jane asked, confused.
As soon as the Nymph said that, everyone in the room froze and Robin accidently released the box of lights, causing it to slide down the edges of the steps like a mattress on a stairway and nearly ram into Peggy, who snapped, "Watch what you're doing with that box!"
"Sorry Peggy," Robin quickly apologized before he asked Jane, "You don't know what Christ