Succu-BustedThursdaySuccu-Busted2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
“It’shereit’shereit’shereit’shereit’shere!” Alice screamed, running in the door of her dorm room. She was carrying a heavy package almost as thick as a bookcase. Her roomate, Teresa, raised one eyebrow.
“Stop me if I’m being cliché, but what’s here?” she asked. “And why are you screaming as though Orlando Bloom is eating lunch in the kitchenette?”
Alice dragged the package over to the table, brushing her brown hair out of her eyes. Cutting the multiple layers of paper and tape open, she was confronted by a glimpse of red and black, the item she’d ordered shining in among the packing peanuts.
Once the mess was swept up, the contents of the package were revealed. A bright red, full-body suit was the main item, built with a concealed back zipper. The suit was already wearing its own clothing; it was hard to see what while it was still in the box, but a lot of it was a wi
The Caterpillar's CocoonThe Caterpillar's Cocoon3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
This story was inspired by a fantastic picture by Leila Stoat, which can be seen here: The Curious Case of the Neon Caterpillar.
This is my first story in seven years, so let me know what you think - enjoy!
Deep within the woods, miles from any permanent civilization, a place known only to campers, fisherman, hikers, and bears - lived a tiny little caterpillar. Unlike most yellow and black varieties that inhabited the area, this tiny little fellow shone bright with highlight of pink and green, and remained well hidden and invisible to the people that enjoyed the ambiance of his woodland home.
The tiny caterpillar enjoyed his solitude and privacy, but was fascinated by the strange gatherings that would sometimes take place near his home. Strange, wonderful creatures, tall, colourful things walking on two legs, carrying glowing sticks with two arms, would sometimes conve
Curse of the Cat GirlNya! a cute voice purred as a young boy.Curse of the Cat Girl7 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
14...16 at most posed in in front of a full length mirror. His hair reached to about his shoulders and was a most unusual shade of blue. What was even more unusual was the similarly colored ears poking out of the hair and the fur covered serpent that seemed to dance of its own accord behind him. While he definitely didn't have the figure of it he seemed quite content to pose in a stretched out black bikini top and matching flaring skirt, white panties peeking out from under the folds of skirt as he kicked one thigh high white sock in the air.
A knock on the bedroom door startled Aaron out of his game, causing him to almost jump out of his skin.
You decent bro? a older feminine voice called from the other side.
Nina! Your back! charging the door Aaron practically bowled over the larger woman who had to be at least twice Aaron's age and height.
The older girl laughed as she picked up Aaron swinging him around in
Allure of EvilAllure of EvilAllure of Evil2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
inspired by spawnfan's Temptation of Evil series
Pipopa hovered around the corner, cheerfully popping a marshmallow into his mouth. "Hiroko, congrat--"
The young woman in the room whirled about, red eyes flashing.
As Pipopa turned to flee, a black-gloved hand snatched his bobbing cotton-fluff tail, cruelly yanking him back as a second gloved hand clasped around his throat.
"...Hiroko..." Pipopa gasped out, blue eyes squinting nearly closed with pain.
"How could I forget my magical companion?"
There was perhaps a tone of mockery in the voice. The young woman continued to grip Pipopa's throat, as her other hand released Pipopa's abused tail and slowly traced a finger across his cheek.
"My most trusted friend?"
The mockery was unmistakable now. Her finger glided sideways, gently tapping Pipopa on the nose, then continuing upwards.
"The voice of my _conscience_?"
The young woman spat out the last word with disgust as h
The Costume Competition - p1The Costume Competition - p13 years ago in Profiles More Like This
I stare at the box before me, anticipation flowing through my veins, making it a challenge to even stand still. I’ve been waiting for this package for nearly two months; and now, the night before Halloween, it finally arrives. Seriously, I’d been wondering whether it’d get here on time for the costume party tomorrow, or if I’d just spent $300 on something that I wouldn’t be able to wear for another year. I’ve really wanted to go to this costume party, partly because everyone I know is going to be there, and secondly because there is a big costume competition; whoever has the best costume receives $500! That’s not something to be ignored. The party is being held at some rich girl’s house on the opposite side of town; I don’t really know her myself, but she’s inviting everyone who goes to the same college as her. That includes me, as well as about 800 or so other people if they choose to. However, now the costume’s here, I
plutonian shoreI dreamed that I died and it felt like sleepingplutonian shore3 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
without the dreams.
I dreamed that I died and all I could think of was
the people I left behind;
people I hate, people I love,
people I don't know or maybe I do,
people I don't particularly care about
like the way I don't particularly care
(hate, love, know)
I dreamed that I slept and it felt like dying
and it's all I can think of,
because it's a little confusing
Rouge's Inflation: BeachRouge the Bat sat up from her bed and stretched her arms out wide. She pivoted around to the edge of the bed and stood up, walking towards the window. She looked out at the beach shadowed by her apartment building, able to see far out into the ocean from her floor. She thought to herself, she was seriously wondering if she wanted to go to the beach anymore. She pulled the window open and let the cool breeze rush through the room, taking in a deep breath, her chest heaving tightly against her small nightgown. The weather was gorgeous, though.Rouge's Inflation: Beach8 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
"Nice weather...good day to hang out at the beach", She said to herself.
She slipped out of her gown and walked into the closet where she had stored a ton of outfits; she had to be ready for any occasion, of course. She was crazy about the beach, so she had a wide variety of swimsuits to choose from. Today, she felt a little...sexy, she admitted, and decided to wear a certain purple bikini with a white outline, being that it was a little revealing
How to Save a Life Sam x Reader Part 2How to Save a LifeHow to Save a Life Sam x Reader Part 22 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Step one, you say, we need to talk. He walks, you say, sit down; it’s just a talk. He smiles politely back at you. You stare politely right on through.
“__________” Sam says grabbing your arm gently after you walked past him. “Are you sure you’re alright.” I take a deep breath.
“I just lost my brother. I’m fine.” I said sarcastically. I look at Sam and his handsome brown eyes. I hear the door open to the motel room and close.
“Whoa, ______! What the hell attack your head?” Dean said. I looked at him. Our eyes meet and almost instantly he looked away. “Sam, Can I talk to ___________”
“Yeah, Sure.” Sam kissed my cheek as he left the room.
Some sort of window to your right. As he goes left and you stay right. Between the lines of fear and blame. You begin to wonder why you came.
“________” Dean said. “I’m sorry about your brother-“
Fall For You SamxReader Part 3Fall For YouFall For You SamxReader Part 32 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The best thing ‘bout tonight’s that we’re not fighting. Could it be that we have been this way before? I know you don’t think I’m trying I know you’re wearing thin down to the core, but hold your breath. Because tonight will be the night that I will fall for you again. Don’t make me change my mind.
I looked at Link. He looked lifeless and it just broke my heart. My older brother had protected me for all he knew, but in reality I was protected him. The baby sister watching out for her brother.
“________!” I hear muffled as I turn to the closed window to see someone trying to open the door. I opened the window and climbed back inside, my boots hitting the floor with a thud. Link followed me to the door. I unlock it to see Sam.
“Why did you lock your door?” Sam asked gently grabbing my hand. I hated when he went all super protective on me.
“Tell him.” I look behind me. I instantly wished I h
Rouge's InflationRouge was flying towards her apartment home in the middle of the city. She was content that she had discovered the Doc's research and returned it to her agency. She finally had some time off. She couldn't wait to get home and relax, happy to realize she could wear something skimpy and not have to worry about being ready to take immidiate action for the agency, and she was ready to try on her new outfits that she hadn't even a chance to wear yet.Rouge's Inflation8 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
She flew through the window of her room, unzipping from her bodysuit and throwing it aside, posing naked in front of the mirror. She made strange poses, sexual and funny, and laughed as her breasts jiggled. She hovered into her closet and came out wearing a rubbery, dark purple bikini, posing more, and then changing again into a skirt and tanktop. She laughed and threw off the outfits, then jumping onto her couch, naked, and flipped on the TV. She felt so relieved to be free.
She flipped through the channels, not able to find anything good at t
Supernatural / Reader part 7After (Y/n) left, there was an awkward silence, that is, until Dean looked to Sam.Supernatural / Reader part 72 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Did you two ugh......"
"No, Dean, we didn't sleep together."
"Why not? You two were all over each other!" Sam rolled his eyes and shifted uncomfortably as Dean continued, "Anywa- CAS! WHAT DO YOU THINK YOU ARE DOING?!?!?!?!" Sam looked over to see Cas picking at Dean's pie. He scoffed and went to the table with his laptop, before getting their attention.
"Guys! Don't you think we should find out more about (Y/n)?" He looked up to see that Dean had a hold of the front of Cas's trench coat with a fist held back, looking like he was going to punch him.
"Yes, of course." Cas had reappeared behind Sam, likely to get away from Dean.
"Well, you spent a week with her, what do you know?" Dean asked as he got a beer.
"It was only two days, we didn't talk that much."
"Okay, but you talked some, right? So, let's start easy. What's her last name?" Dean felt like he was talking to a five year old. Sam looked at the t
Welcome HomeMy shadow is cast in all directionsWelcome Home3 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
The lights shine brighter for me
My footfalls are hard on the pavement
I will not be stopped
I chased Death out the door
and under the pallor of the night sky,
she worked her way into my chest
Her fingers ventured forth
with the warmth to melt my iron doors
Now I smoke a cigarette in the bone yard
I sit here waiting, praying
for someone to lie by my side
The wind moans like a lover in my ear
It whispers 'come back to me'
Walk with me through my haunted places
If we grow a shadow, it'll soon disappear
I can show you beauty,
if you follow longer than fear allows
The smaller lights cast a greater glow
in the blackest of places
Detoxing The Hard Way Part 4By the time Dean finally arrived at Bobby’s house Sam had shouted out in his sleep effectively making Dean swerve into oncoming traffic a total of fifteen times, woke himself up by screaming at the top of his lungs five times and tried to jump out of the car twice. Dean was actually surprised that he stayed in the car after that last part. Sam didn’t fall back asleep and for the time being he seemed to be trusting Dean which meant that he had made some progress in Dean’s book. Dean got out of the car and waved to Bobby who was waiting for them on the front porch. Sam got out of the car looking confused.Detoxing The Hard Way Part 43 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
“You took me to Bobby’s?” He questioned to Dean.
Dean didn’t bother to answer verbally, instead he gave a small nod and headed toward the house.
“Good to see you Boy.” Bobby greeted Dean as he came up the stairs with a hug. They broke out of the hug and Bobby nodded toward Sam who was hanging back leaning on the hood of the car and l
Demons SamxReader Part 4DemonsDemons SamxReader Part 42 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
When the days are cold and the cards all fold and the saints we see are all made of gold. When your dreams all fail and the ones we hail are the worst of all and the blood’s run stale.
I woke up next to Sam. His breathing was deep. I sat up and gently touch his face.
“How could you lie to him, like you lied to me.”
“Why are you doing this Link?” I whispered only hoping Sam would stay asleep long enough, so I could find out why I was going crazy.
“Why would you lie to me?”
“To protect you. It wasn’t fair that I got pushed into this life, but you-“ Sam grabbed my waist and he sat up snuggling me from behind. His head rubbing my shoulder.
“Who you talking to you?”
I wanna hide the truth. I wanna shelter you, but with the beast inside. There’s nowhere we can hide. No matter what we breed. We still are made of greed. This is my kingdom come. This is my kingdom come.
“Just thinking out
Supernatural / reader part 8"Dean! Sam!" Garth waved them over to where he sat.Supernatural / reader part 82 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"How've you been Garth?" They both sat at the extremely small table, more like footstools for the tall hunters.
"I've been good. So, it looks like you met (Y/n)." Getting right to the point was unusual for Garth. The brothers looked at each other, noticing the change in mood.
"Yeah, Sam helped her with a hunt. She got a cut on her leg or something." Garth listened to everything that transpired until he asked, "Did she meet Dean?"
He took their silence as a yes. "So, it went well , considering you are still alive."
"What do you mean?" Dean laughed. How could someone (Y/n)'s size kill him?
"I mean, she has been training for four months to do nothing BUT kill you. And during those four months she has killed three nests of vampires, two wendigos, 13 ghosts, and enough demons to form a not-so-small army. And that's just by herself!" Dean and Sam looked dumbfounded.
"I.....Um.......What?" Sam asked.
"She only started hunting four months ago
Alone All AlongAlone All Along2 years ago in Drama More Like This
She slowly paced her chambers, her arms crossed over her chest as she tentatively bit the tips of her long fingernails. She had no reason to be nervous or worried and yet despite it all she still was. What was wrong? Maybe it was that she felt alone, maybe that she felt lost. She was a girl of nineteen, but for now she simply felt like a young child separated from those she loved. But she wasn’t really alone. Her family was all nearby, so if she truly sought their company she could have. But that wasn’t what was wrong, and trying to figure out why was driving her mad and bringing her nearly to tears.
Finally she stopped pacing and leaned her back against one of the walls. She uncrossed her arms as she rested her head up against the wall, closing her eyes and sighing deeply. Why did she have to feel this way? Why her, of all people? She did not think that she was any more special than anyone else, but what had she ever done to have such a depression as this?
Meekness - A Child's Cry Part 18Meekness - A Child's Cry Part 182 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
“All the clocks in the city began to wear and chime.
Oh let not time deceive you, you cannot conquer time.”
W. H. Auden
The fever broke the next day and from there Caedra’s health returned at a rapid rate. She was still the quiet child she had always been, but Loki could once again see the energy and life gleam in her eyes. She didn’t say much of Jotunheim and of course Loki would not mention it, but it seemed that Caedra would have little or no difficulty continuing in life. Loki had never doubted that the child was strong, but even he was surprised at how well she could handle something so traumatizing.
The days passed quickly and Caedra was becoming more and more impatient that she could not go outside. Loki could not explain to her why she could not leave, nor did he intend to try. He knew t
Deliverance - A Child's Cry Part 16Deliverance - A Child's Cry Part 162 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
The small cavern was little more than a room carved out of the rock. It was filled with all sorts of items from weapons to books and scrolls. Loki carried Caedra to a small bed that was shoved against the far corner of the room, gently placing her down as he turned and began to search for the enchanted stones.
Sif glanced around the room as she sat on the edge of the bed by Caedra, keeping a close watch in case the child’s condition might worsen. “What are you going to do, Loki?” she asked softly.
Loki paused and glanced at her. “What do you mean?” he asked as he continued searching.
“About Caedra. She is in need of care and attention that we cannot give her here.”
“I’m well aware of that, Sif,” Loki snapped as he continued rummaging through the mess around him. He stood and looked back at her. “I’m taking her back to Asgard.”
“Loki, you know what will happen if you go back,
Dean X Reader goodbyeDean X Reader goodbye2 years ago in Drama More Like This
“Are you kidding me?” you scream out as you throw a vase at his head. “How could you do this to me?!” You yell out as you look for something else to throw at him. “Babe, I’m sorry but it’s true.” You roll your eyes as you think about how you first met him. You had been in love with Dean Winchester since the moment he walked into your workplace; a little restaurant on the border of Texas and Oklahoma.
“_________, you’ve got a table; and may I say they are two fine young men.” Your childhood friend Marie said as she flipped her long blonde hair. You smile as you roll your eyes and head out to the floor. As you turn the corner you see him, his smile drove you wild. You clear your throat and try to compose yourself as you walk over and take their order. “Welcome to (R/N), my name is ________ what can I get for you today?”
He turns and smiles at you making your
Acquiesce - A Child's Cry Part 4Acquiesce - A Child's Cry Part 43 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Lucius pulled up the hood of his cloak as he ducked down the dark alley way. He was near the edge of the city, as far away from the palace as possible. He could not risk anyone there overhearing the conversation he was soon to have. “Dronicus!” he hissed into the darkness.
A man, also cloaked, came out of the shadows and lowered his hood. He was a young man, and not a particularly handsome one at that. “I’m here, quit your worrying.” Dronicus said. “Why’d you have to meet all the way out here then? And so late?”
Lucius lowered his own hood. He was a middle aged man with thinning light brown hair and a permanent scowl on his face. “You know very well why.” He hissed. “This is a delicate matter, and there are many open ears around the palace.”
“Well what about Heimdall?” Dronicus asked. “He hears and sees all.”
A Sacrifice- Chapter 1 (LokixReader)"Thank you, we hope to see you again soon!"A Sacrifice- Chapter 1 (LokixReader)3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
You hated your job. Every day you had to plaster a fake smile onto your face and deal with the rude customers who walked into the small, independently owned restaurant where you worked. Just because you didn't work anywhere fancy, people seemed to think they had the right to be a snob and a brat to you. You wanted to quit so badly.
But you couldn't. It was the only way to pay your bills, which weren't helped by the fact that you had to take care of your alcoholic father. You kept urging him to quit drinking and get a job, but he never listened. Every day while you were at work he would be at the bar downing gallons of hard liquor at a time and getting into bar fights. Then, at around 8 every night, he would come home drunk, eat the dinner you laid out for him, and pass out on the couch. Literally.
On the very rare nights when he wasn't drunk and hadn't found a girl to hook up with, you invited your friend Ashley over. She was super kind and,
HowlDemons in the SkyHowl5 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
as they go flying by,
I hide one inside
It tears me apart
and swallows my heart
I burst into flames
Kaa and the snake charmerHe was finally ready for his revenge. Those two times when he had come so close to getting what he wanted, all those years ago, were still fresh in his mind. It had been humiliating to miss out on eating both of those kids, but now he had finally moved on from his shame to act upon it.Kaa and the snake charmer3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
His name was Kaa, the python, and he would finally eat both the man-cub and the girl-cub. He knew that this time, it would work. He had gathered the information that the both of them had cut ties to their animal friends and protectors, deciding to live together in a calmer fashion. This decision would prove to be their undoing, as Kaa was getting ready to strike them both with his awesome powers.
Slithering silently toward the man-cub village, he needed to get there and act upon his plan as soon as possible. He was getting restless and excited, enjoying all those thoughts of revenge and meal cooking in his head. Slithering on the ground and trees quickly and efficiently, he would never be prepared enough
Why Do You Cry? - Loki One ShotWhy Do You Cry? - Loki One Shot2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Mitra ran down the hall as the tears streamed down her face. She had once again been screamed at for not doing an “adequate” job. She had tried hard and done her best, but it seemed that the lady she served could never be pleased. Never mind that she was always criticized for spending too much time writing and drawing. She didn’t even have much time to do any of the things she liked, but that was still too much apparently.
Mitra ran until she was in a place of the palace where she was thought she was alone. Glancing around, she sat on the stairs and leaned her head against the wall as she continued to cry. She was told so many times everything that she did wrong. She was constantly reminded of all her faults, but never once was she commended on the things she did well. And even in those rare moments that she was given a compliment, it was immediately followed by a rather lengthy dissertation of everything that was wrong with it.