Dead Leaves And The Dirty GroundDead Leaves And The Dirty GroundDead Leaves And The Dirty Ground4 years ago in Romance More Like This
Written By Closer-To-The-Sun (Joseph Noblit)
Night had fallen across Equestria and the full moon had risen. While most of Ponyville was off celebrating the Apple family's victory over the Flim Flam Brothers and their cider-making machine, one lone red stallion was still on the farm. Big Macintosh was one the kind of pony that didn't rest until everything was done for the day, and after the challenge from the Flim Flam Brothers, a part of Sweet Apple Acres was quite a mess. He had to first dispose of the bad cider that was made. He then from there had to break down all of the barrels that held the cider down into nothing but planks of wood since they could not hold any cider without the awful taste of the bad cider. It was time consuming work and took him until late to finish the task. Even after that, he still had more work to do, cleaning up the mess made by the machine. Twigs, bad apples, and leaves were in a pile where the machine once stood and empt
The Cerulean FallenRainbow Dash lay awake on her usual cloud, gazing up at the setting sky. She exhaled, and, for once, was silent. Her rose-colored eyes watched as the moon slowly rose, and she exhaled, leaving a cloud of vapors in the cool night air. She wasn't herself today.The Cerulean Fallen4 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
She rolled off her cloud, falling for moments before she stretched her wings. The cool night's air caught her, and for moments, she hovered, before landing on her yard, the floating home of Equestria's own Rainbow Dash. She gazed at her home, blinking, before hanging her head and slowly trotting inside.
What was wrong with her? In such a funk, she hadn't flown much that day. She asked if she could have some days off from her job, yet, she had nothing to do. She felt empty, conceited, lost. Food had no taste, day had no shine... Even speed lost it's usual thundering adrenaline.
She glanced at her bed, but knew she could not s