Mending a Broken Rainbow- Chapter EightMore Like This
Mending a Broken Rainbow- Chapter Eight
Rainbolt sat alone in her room at the Wonderbolt Stadium, as she had grown accustomed to over the last several days. She was there, at the very center of her dreams, so why... why had she spent the last several hours laying in her bed, with a photograph laid out before her. A photograph of a perky orange earth pony, showing off a pearly smile.
"Rainbolt?" the door to the star's room creaked loudly, allowing a bright stream of light to pierce the lair's darkness. "Rainbolt, can I come in?"
Spitfire didn't hesitate to push her way through the doorway, and flip on the closest light switch, forcing Rainbolt to cover her eyes as they adjusted. The dark yellow pegasus approached the bed cautiously.
"What's up with you lately?" Spitfire continued forward. "I've hardly seen you outside practice. Are you doing alright?"
"I... I don't know," Rainbolt, eyes adjusted, pulled back her hooves to reveal a set of teary eyes. "I'm confused."
Creative Writing Attempt 1The door hung eerily open, letting the dark gloom of the thick black night flood in and mix with the piercing beam of a flashlight. Colours appeared negative to the naked eye. Red's appeared blueish, white's appeared dark grey. His eyes emotionlessly moved up the chilling blue floor. He gazes at his handiwork. He bared his teeth, forming a dark grimace as he stared at the centre of the blood puddle(*).More Like This
The woman laying there couldn't move. She was paralysed by fear, by the tall menacing figure staring down at her, like a God judging his followers, or a hunter admiring his kill.
Whispers could be heard as well as the woman's short, heavy breaths. Suddenly, the breathing became silenced and replaced by muffled screams. Then, nothing. Nothing but the sound of the drip of liquid against a pool of water, then followed by the sudden wet sound of a lifeless object slamming to the floor in a moist heap.
*- Subject to change. Possible adjective play.
Old Edit - Re-Edit Posted RecentlyThe cold wind sent chills of remorse and regret down my spine. The winter weather was attacking me, like it was punishing me, and, although I disliked the pain she gave me; I deserved it. I closed my eyes as the memory of the car accident flooded my memory with a sea of pain. It came and passed as fast as I could click.More Like This
I slammed my foot on the brakes and swerved to avoid the Deer in the road and the oncoming car reduced me to try and quickly swerve back onto the correct side of the road. My muscles clenched tight when I realised I wouldn’t make it. I heard the crunch of the metal of two cars colliding before I felt it. The back end of my car was lost and we were now being pushed along the road, with only the roof touching the ground. We were in a precarious position as I had made it just past the centre of the two lanes.
We came to a halt and I gathered myself – shaking furiously. I turned my head to look at my son and smiled as he was fine – a few scratches an
A Wolf's DreamDo you dream of endless forest,More Like This
Where the streams flow free and clean?
Where man has not set foot,
And the woods are calm, serene?
Do you dream of grassy fields?
Where all can play without fear,
And the does can raise thier fawn?
This paradise feels so near.
Do you dream of starlit skies?
An endless meadow twinkling,
Lit by full moon's light?
For all this I am dreaming.
I dream of majestic mountains,
Where the wolf in me runs free.
Where I can let my spirit wander,
And release the wolf inside of me.