I Promise You'll Be FineI walk by the shop and i see the doll on display. I smile sadly to myself as i remember it. Memories rush into my head as i silently cry when i walk away. The doll meant everything to me.I Promise You'll Be Fine3 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
I remember when i was furious beyond words but i directed it all towards you. Truth is that i was never mad at you. It was always at myself, but i wouldn't admit it to you. I had too much pride to admit that i was wrong, but you always still smiled at me. It bothered me so much. I don't even know why.
I looked back at you everytime i finished yelling at you and that smile was still on your face. At one point i snapped and stabbed it as much as i could. I wasn't thinking straight. I couldn't take it anymore. I left you feeling betrayed as i gave you away to the lady at the store. She stitched you back up and now you're on display there.
I purposely hurt you as rude as it sounds. I wanted you to know that there are people in ths world that are cruel and ruthless. I didn't want you treating them the way
Bad Decisions and SacrificeIn a world where heaven and hell exists. A married man, unable to live with the pain, plans to commit suicide 7 days from today. His wife is still very much in love with him and begs him to reconsider. As the days pass, they try to sort out their differences, but are unsuccessful. On the 7th day, a rope is knotted around a rusty pipe and is dangling above him. He lights up a cigarette, ties the rope securely around his neck and takes one last look around his bedroom. Then focuses only on his bed, a bed he hasn't slept in for 7 nights. Fully aware of the implications this final act will have. He flicks the cigarette away and kicks the chair out from under his feet falling to a sudden snap a foot below. He struggles as the rope tightens and tries to find the floor with his toes. The heat rushes over his face, his vision begins to fade and tunnel. The opening at the end gradually becoming smaller and smaller with every heart beat. A figure appears at the end. It's a woman. His wife maybe.Bad Decisions and Sacrifice14 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
And Then There Was NothingThere was a girl who had been running. From what? You may ask. Even she doesn't know. She keeps trudging through the snow and trying to escape the wolves that are chasing her. No one can recall when it was when she first started running. At one point she got to a cliff. She stopped herself before she accidentally went over the cliff. Ahe stared at the abyss below that would surely be her end. She gulped and held onto her coat; trying to make a decision. She was snapped out of her thoughts when she heard a low growling noise. She turned around and saw the pack of wolves.And Then There Was Nothing5 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
So they finally caught up...
She smiled in defeat as a tear escaped her eye, but it froze on her pale white cheek since it was extremely cold outside. It was then that she realized that no one had tried to help her and maybe no one wondered where she was.
There's no point in running anymore.
She looked at the wolves with happiness.
At least they were there.....unwanted company was all i had wasn't it
OblivionA successful business man straight out of the machine is about to join his friends at the local pub. A place where they have been meeting every Friday, of every week for the past ten years. He swings the door open, nods at the bartender, stops the bud light from sliding by and sits at the corner table. Their table. Except he's the only one there. He chugs his beer and looks at his watch. He was a little late, but not late enough for everyone to leave. Confused, he wants to refresh his mind with another brew. He gets ready to wave at the bartender. When he looks up he see's her walking away with his empty glass on one side and middle finger raised in his direction on the other. He turns back around to a frosty full beer on the table. She's good. Did they call it off this week? No, he didn't think so. He would have made a reminder and wouldn't have cancelled on what's her face...He recalled her saying something about morals. No... "Oh yes, now I recall, she said that she had no morals",Oblivion14 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
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Happiness...?Thus was my fate, to remain alive over and over again in this foolish and dark world of a human.Happiness...?2 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
I couldn't laugh nor could I cry and I remained here, without any reason to be here, I believed.
Neverthless, I couldn't say I felt exactly sad...
After all, I was granted a real fairytale, or rather I was a fairytale not known to people.
I was a foe, an enemy, I was hated and despised.
I have never experienced kindness from anyone, but that I still believed...
No. There is no reason, no real fate, there is just me and this hatred all around.
I have seen you looking at me from afar.
You were too scared to come closer and everyone told you to avoid me.
Told you how evil I was; how you shouldn't talk with boys like me.
I almost grinned, thinking how rebellious I must look to such fine lady like you. Such expensive clothes, an elegant way of walking. And this curious emerald eyes.
"He's a real devil!"
I heard how they whispered to you.
But, somehow, this curiosity