'IB'-Chapter NineteenMore Like This
“I’m not crazy!!” Dib screamed, desperately trying to plead his case. “Let me go!!” The boy struggled to get free but to no avail.
The two nurses held firmly to the distressed and thrashing child. Another man wrapped the corpse of the dog in a blanket. "We'll have him buried in the pet cemetery." He stated to the boy, hoping it would ease his mind a bit.
The mention of the pet cemetery hardly calmed Dib, making him flail and scream more loudly. “NO! Don’t bury him there! Just give him back!” He looked to the doctor now in pure distress and agony. “I didn’t kill him I swear… Just let me go!”
"Okay, okay! Take it easy!" The man frowned with a guarded demeanor, not wanting to upset him further. "I'm sorry Dib, we'll just keep you overnight and study you. We aren’t saying that you killed the dog, we just want to make sure everything is working right in your brain." Dr.Gaul explained to him as sl
'IB'-Chapter EighteenMore Like This
Light golden rays from the morning sun shone into the living room window the next morning. Dib woke up peacefully, taking in a deep breath and slowly opening his eyes and blinking a few times as they adjusted to the bright light. After a few minutes or so, he looked down to his little companion who was still sleeping peacefully on his chest, making him smile. He eventually made the decision to wake Einstein, shaking him lightly. The puppy, however, refused to wake up just yet and covered his face with his paw.
Dib chuckled, then took this time to observe the messy environment around him. The night had been peaceful… Almost a little too peaceful, which made the boy suspicious. Some things seemed to be misplaced, however the thing that stood out most to the human were the long, deep claw marks in the walls around him. He knew they hadn’t been there before he fell asleep, and they were far too long and high for Einstein to had made them. It was obvious then t
Hold on 10- Very SensativeI was working on some experiments in my lab when I heard crying. I looked to the screen that I watched Dib on and saw that Dib was crying in the dark again. It puzzled me greatly since the human was always fine before he went to bed. Watching the screen carefully, I looked for the cause of Dib's fear or sadness but there was nothing there to be scared about or anything to get sad over, so why was the human crying?More Like This
Finally I decided to get up and check on the human, Zim to the rescue! I didn't know what I was saving the human from but that didn't really matter did it?
I was walking down the hall and the sounds of little sobs and whimpers were becoming louder but only to Zim because of my amazing antennae. As I made my way to the door the crying made an abrupt stop. I titled my head in confusion, did Dib know I was here?
I pushed the thought away as I pushed the sliding door open.
"Dib?" I said in a soft voice, a rare voice that I used. It was silent except for a bit of shuffling which w
Trapped: Chapter SixChapter six: ReflectionsMore Like This
Warmth. That's all that Zim felt when he awoke the next morning. With a groan he moved closer to the source only to be held by it. Zim began to purr into the mound of heat that embraced him. Until the flood of memories of the night be before, and his eyes snapped open to reveal a sleeping Dib with a very content look on his face. His scythe that had always perplexed Zim had fallen limp over his forehead. The irken smiled and brushed it behind Dibs ear. Zim was smiling to himself until he finally came to his senses about what he has become a defect. NO! Zim wriggled out of Dibs embrace to the other side of the bed facing away from the human. 'This isn't the real me.' Zim tried to convince himself. 'It's just the state of mind I am in. I have no feelings at all with the stoopid human stink beast.' Zim frowned to himself. Over and over he repeated 'I need no one. I need no one. I need no one.'