My Little MythologyEra of Dragon
At first the world was chaos. The land spewed fire and the oceans boiled. The sky was black and neither sun nor star could be seen. As the molten earth mingled with the scalding water the first dragons emerged and they were named Iletef and Fruren. They stretched their limbs and to the sky they took flight. The beating of their behemoth wings cleared the sky of smoke revealing the Moon, which stilled the earth and sea. Born of the earth the dragons hungered for gems. Spined Iletef searched the land, digging endless valleys and pushing the earth into towering mountains. Furred Fruren dove deep into the waters and dug up through the land creating the rivers and lakes.
After many years Iletef and Fruren died. Fruren's scales became the first fish. From his muscles came the sharks and other sea predators. From his organs came the squid and octopus. From his bones came the crabs. His fur became the vast coral reefs and endless forests of seaweed. The ocean teemed with life and
Twilight PieIt was just like her. Stupid nuisance.Twilight Pie2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"And then it was like-" The pink pony made a strange noise that pierced my ears. It carried out for about twenty seconds, then she continued her story, "So then I-"
"Pinkie!" I looked at her crossly, "Can you tone it down a little? I'm starting to gain a headache. How can I possibly continue my studies in magic if I can't hear myself think?"
Pinkie sighed a little, "Sorry, Twilight, it's just, everypony is busy doing their own things - If you know what I mean. What am I saying? Of course you know-" Pinkie Pie kept talking, but I blocked her out. The Princess was going to be furious if I didn't keep up with my work. I focused for about five minutes before her voice flowed back into my ears.
"So I was like, 'Dashie, what's with you and Apple Jack, anyway?' and she was like, 'Oh well, you know, stuff'. And I was like-"
"Pinkie..." I warned.
"Right! I'll be quiet!" The party pony imaginably zipped her lips shut using her hoof. I eyed her questionably.
Twilight Reading TwilightTwilight Reads TwilightTwilight Reading Twilight3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
By Roy G. Biv
Proofread by LawnPygmy & KuriharaBarAndGrill
The mail pony's call echoed out from Twilight's library in the early morning... Right before a loud crash filled the air. Resting her hoof in her brow, Twilight just shook her head sadly as her horn began to glow. The book she had been reading becomes illuminated with the same magical light that surrounded her spiraled horn, and magically closes itself as the unicorn pony turns towards the main room. "Oh Derpy..." she muttered to herself. "What did you hit this time..."
Trotting into the main library, Twilight saw the blonde-maned pony had 'landed' in a chair, knocking it over in the process. Compared to some of Rainbow Dash's 'entrances', this arrival by the mail pony was quite tame.
The grey pony looked up, her one good eye focusing on Twilight as her other eye slowly started to turn away to look at the floor. Twilight suppressed a shudder and steeled herself. 'It's not her fault...' Twiligh
EquinoxEquinox3 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The moon sat in the sky, slowly making it's rounds, as it had always done. It was full that night, the fullest it would be all year, shining brightly in the sky, casting everything in it's pale gentle light. The night was mild and only the gentlest of breezes ruffled the leaves of the sleeping trees on the planet below, all was quiet. From the silent surface, something leapt into the sky, taking flight on strong wings, making nary a sound to alert anyone it was there at all. Quickly gaining speed, it flew up until it was but a small dot in the sky, indistinguishable from any other, flying so fast it would have made the quickest of Pegasus gape in awe. Soon it was free of the planet, away from it's harsh gravity it allowed itself to let momentum carry it the rest of the way.
Princess Luna landed on the moon.
Small plumes of dust, undisturbed for unimaginable lengths of time, drifted up around her hooves, into the brilliant white landscape. She sat and looked out at the craters a