Hakuna Matata ((contest entry))Holy Roman Empire was all alone in the verdant land. He only saw farmland surrounding him, and no other signs of life. Tears were rolling down his pale face, and no one was there to comfort him. He didn’t even have materials to paint the landscape to occupy his time, like how his star-cross love showed him.Hakuna Matata ((contest entry))2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
All Holy Roman Empire could do was lie in the grass and continue blaming himself for the harsh events that led him here. The best option that could happen was for a peasant farmer to find the innocent yet depress child. His thoughts of Italy (oh, Italy) couldn’t help him or his growling tummy. Holy Roman Empire was going to starve to death here, and…
Are those two humans’ figures coming towards him?
They were carelessly talking and ended up in the field of somewhere. They were personifications of countries, both ancient and only left with former glory. At first, they didn’t notice the small child in th
Some Things Should Stay Dead..Some Things Should Stay Dead..4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Genesect was in pain. The particle emitter situated on its spine felt as if it were going to burst with energy all the time, from sunrise to nightfall. The vile human called it a 'Photon Blaster', making the already-frightening pokemon seem...like a machine.
The stupid human--the shiny twin pokemon told it that these were a species of creature all over the planet--dressed in white before it never seemed to care about its suffering. He used a device to bring the pokemon back to life--only to subject it to countless experiments.
The armored insect used to pride itself in being a fantastic hunter along with the rest of its species back when it was alive, at least. That was when the particle emitter used to be able to stun prey, allowing the slow pokemon to slaughter it with its sharp claws. But not anymore.
When it was brought back from the eternity that was death, the human put Genesect into a drug-induced sleep faster than the eyes could move. Nightmares soon followed, often punctu
Of Planets and Nations- Chapter TwoVenus was seething.Of Planets and Nations- Chapter Two1 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
“Ohmigod, ohmigod, ohmigod, Pl-- Percy’s lost in New York! We-we should’ve been more careful! Why didn’t you look after him?! Why didn’t I look after him?! I knew something like this would happen!!” She hissed angrily to Earth, her usually calm and mature demeanour shattered and thrown out the window, where it was thoroughly soiled by a group of metaphorical obese pigs.
Earth, on the other hand, was staying calm, her brisk and businesslike side that she got from Wall Street showing through.
“Okay. Yes. I realized that. Which direction was he going in?”
“Um, um, he was a bit confused, but he was going to the left, I think… Heading down the road towards Times Square…”
Earth nodded. “Times Square… Is there anything particularly shiny that he would be able to see from there?” she wondered, a hand on her chin in thought. “Besides the entire square, I mean…?” he
KyuremI'm so scared.Kyurem4 years ago in Horror More Like This
I should have listened to them I should have been a good little girl like all of the other kids living in Lacunosa Town with me and went home. No one can protect me now. I haven't moved an inch. It's so cold My tears are frozen. But why am I crying? Tears won't do me any good. IT doesn't care. IT still wants my skin. I'm probably gonna die in a few minutes if it decides to move.
Mommy and Daddy told me never to go there, to that big scary hole in the back of the city. People told me that there was a monster from outer space living there, and that bad things would happen to me if I ever went there. I could never go outside at night, because the scary monster would find little kids like me and take them away for its dinner.
But I wasn't scared by the story; I didn't even believe it.
I thought that I was a brave girl; I always told everyone that I wasn't scared of anything, that I c-could stand up to any stupid ol' monster. I thought that I wasn't afraid of mons