Surprise Round, rough I ran through the thick forest as fast as I could while still being quiet. I knew she was on to me, and if I wasn't careful, she'd really be on me no, really.Surprise Round, rough2 years ago in Scraps More Like This
When I felt I had gotten far enough from the camp I leaned against a tree and listened. All I heard were the birds singing and the scurry of smaller creatures. I let out a sigh and started to relax. I should have known better.
The world around me turned into a blur as I was laid out on my back, taking a quick gasp of air to recover what had just been knocked out. As my eyes refocused I was aware of the black gauntlets pinning my shoulders to the ground, and a white face
Death Jogs at Noon d1 I was running very well, considering I had a foot-long piece of glass in my chest. There was a message that needed delivering, and not even Death was about to stop me. I just wished I could get that guttural muttering to stop coming from the left earbud, still jammed in my canal.Death Jogs at Noon d13 years ago in Scraps More Like This
"You know, you're pretty spritely for a dead man. I mean, after that Prius nailed your bike, greeting you with its windshield, I thought you'd be an easy one. Come on, relax, I promise the pain will go away."
"I thought dead men didn't feel pain," I chirped back, albeit while uncomfortably aware that I wasn't in agony.
"Not from your chest," he chuckled, "