What a catch, Donnie.Mother?What a catch, Donnie.1 hour ago in Short Stories More Like This
Her green eyes flew open, the fur on her neck at end, her heart slamming in her chest. The darkness of the warm summer night seemed suffocating now, and the small den she shared with two other cats seemed to be shrinking. Scrambling to her paws, Rose tripped desperately for the den mouth, the stifling air clogging her throat and strangling her lungs. Bursting into the open clearing, the small feline heaved a few short breaths, as if she had just resurfaced from some deep pool. Falling back on her haunches, Rose let her shoulders droop and her head hang. Tears lingered at the edge of her vision, blurring the soft, dark grass underpaw. A pale, mocking full moon hung in the sky, the dark craters that scarred it’s surface looking like eyes, glaring down at the lone feline with some biased disappointment that seared her fur and made her ears turn hot. Everything seemed to be staring at her, judgement evident in their nonexistent expressions and gazes. Even the grass s
Old neverI was looking out the window,seeing the bright stars.i never seen themOld never15 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
Before.Mother would just let me go outside but for a very short time.
How I was a little girl but my mother would never let play with other children,
And I could not play the same toys like others do, Also I could not eat the same food
As father. In the morning I have to play violin which I don't like.
Is fun to play with but mother just what's her to leave me alone. My father gave me a horse
That was white for me to play and ride with, but mother wants me to use that horse when I'm
My mother found a husband for me when I was just seven.how young. I really dislike dresses
So I would rip them or just wear shorts. Me and my mother were not really alike. My husband
Hated those gay-colored sock but I just thought they were just to be silly.
Now I am 12
My life has changed a lot
Valor Warm sunlight beat down on my bare shoulders. Stretched across a flat rock, I sighed as the forest sounds soothed me. This was my home, not back at the house. Not in the city or anywhere near it for that matter. The forest was the one peaceful thing in my crazy upside down life. I sat up brushing my black tank top off and laid my arm across my knees. A gentle breeze blew into my face, nothing could get better than right now. Right at this exact moment. I only got one day a week off from my training, and lets face it when you have to train 6 days a week all day everyday, you begin to enjoy life's simple treasures. I stood up my black boots making a soft clunk on the rocky path as I began my walk towards town. I didn't want to leave my comfort zone, but I had a lot to do even on my day off. The trees swayed in the breeze, I could hear the soft footsteps of animals scampering around the forest floor.Valor21 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
It didn't take long for me to reach the edge of the forest. It