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Simple"Are you still talking?"Simple3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Alright, that may have been a tad mean, but Delwen wouldn't that little sharp pebble harm her blabbering lips. It wasn't that Jonah minded the tiny witch speaking, it was just that somehow she had gotten onto the subject of albino camels and whether or not he had ever seen one.
And, of course, she wasn't about to let his comment stop her words. "Seriously, just tell me if you've seen an albino camel."
"No. I haven't."
"Hmmm." Delwen tapped her index finger against her lower lip. Wiggling the fingers of her free hand out in front of her, towards the sky, her palm suddenly filled with crystalline water
Erinestte "Erinestte, dear, come here please." Mother called to me, coaxing me out the door. Today was a day for gentle prodding, careful planning, and hope. It was my tenth birthday, and as tradition demanded, we were going to the shrine. I had been told about this day for years, how special it was, how it was a miracle to be chosen. I didn't really understand what it meant, but it was important, so they cleaned me, dressed me up in a huge dress and put frilly bows in my hair. The dress they put me in itched. All I wanted was to get the stupid tradition over with, because I hated that dress. On the way there I twitched and fidgeted and was told repeErinestte3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
SACRIFICEThe sun cast bright rays through the clouds and threw such brilliance towards the girl in front of her that she swore in that moment she wore a halo of gold. Kyarath knew, of course, that that was impossible; if anyone was going to be wearing a halo, it would be her, not the simple, if not extraordinarily beautiful, girl in front of her.SACRIFICE3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Not for the first time, Kyarath debated whether or not to take temporary human form so that she could have the opportunity to truly meet the object of her affections, but she knew that now, at least, wasn't the right time - not when she was supposed to be protecting said object of her affections from the evi
An Angel's Love Kyareth glanced to all sides and up to make sure she was alone. Then she knelt and drew aside a section of puffy cloud to reveal a Seeing Pool. The water was clean and bright inside a crystal basin, but a gesture from the angel caused it to cloud with color before resolving into an image. Kyareth leaned forward, her golden hair falling in front of her face. Soren usually walked home right about now-and there she was! Though generally unremarkable in her appearance and not helped by the plain jeans and black jacket she wore, she was gorgeous to Kyareth. Soren stopped at a crosswalk, looked both ways, and crossed.An Angel's Love3 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Soren had barely step
The Girl from the SkyAmelia Greens was walking alone in a peaceful park just off of Main and Church Street. She was currently between jobs, she was uncommonly uncomfortable around other people, and because of this, she was often out of jobs quite quickly. Amelia didn't mind though. She was pondering her next career options, when a girl fell from the sky directly into her path. Needless to say, Amelia was at a loss as to what to do next. How often is it that a person falls from the sky in front of you? There was no protocol for a situation of this nature. When no sudden solution made itself apparent, Amelia decided to look at the girl and determine what to do afteThe Girl from the Sky3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Musings Jonah muttered quietly to himself as he walked the short expanse from the newest gravestone in the city cemetery to the road that connected it to the world. It was like a thin and weak lifeline-one that could split any moment and separate the world of the living from the world of the, well, not (living, that is). At least it would separate it here, in a small scale. Currently, Jonah was wondering if that lifeline were to break, what everyone would think. Maybe they would all forget the dead, and everyone could move on. It would be nice, he decided, but sighed wistfully and admitted to himself that it would never, ever happen. He hadMusings3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
HOPELESSA cold, dank shiver crept up her spine and a sour lump lodged in her throat as she gazed out from her high story window, watching as the Grim swarmed closer and closer with each breath she took.HOPELESS3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
How in Heaven's name were they to survive this? Even as guardians, their chances were slim to none.
Eri hadn't planned it this way. If she were being honest with herself, she hadn't planned it at all.
No one had planned for the borders to fail. To think, that one one weak spot could cause such a tremendous disaster.
But even then, if someone would have told her that things would come to this, her answer would have been straightforward; the Girm we