Gravity Falls 15: You Promised Dipper closed his eyes as he fell. Everything felt like slow motion. This was it…this was the end. Dipper let the tears fall from his eyes as he smiled inside. Dipper was gone before he hit the ground with a sickening thud.Gravity Falls 15: You Promised2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Mabel staggered through the forest, her vision clouded by tears.
"Dead…He's really dead," she thought to herself, almost hoping to hear Dipper's voice reply.
Mabel tripped over a stump and fell on her face. She lay there crying, letting all her sorrows and fears rush out of her and stain the ground along with her tears.
"I can't…I can't do it," she whispered. She lay there a moment longer, then forced herself to calm down, "No, I promised…I promised Dipper no matter what." Mabel picked herself up shakily and trudged on. She knew exactly where she was going…a place that already lodged bad memories for her…she was going to Gideon's abandoned factory.
Horror Story(As told from the perspective of an elderly woman)Horror Story2 years ago in Horror More Like This
"Is she dead?"
It was the kind of question that tears at your heart, but there was no hiding the answer.
"Yes, sweetie, she's dead. Was she your sister?"
He looked so small, standing next to the casket. Any other day, I would have guessed he was twelve, but now, dear mercy, now he seemed no more than a little child.
It's horrible to see someone so young die. I never knew the poor girl, but just looking at her little face brought tears to my eyes, and now, seeing her brother there, innocently asking if she's gone… I feared my heart would break to pieces.
"Are your parents here?"
"No, they are coming late."
The boy never took his eyes of the girl's peaceful face. I turned to look again at the pale skin, haloed by a head of thick brown hair, identical to the little boy's.
"Are you sure she's dead?" the child asked, still staring at her motionless figure.
"Yes, the doctors did everything they could, but she's gone," I was beginning