Volley Ball with AyaFeel free to leave me a comment and tell me what you thought. Should I wright any more?More Like This
Volley Ball with Aya
"Aya what are you doing?" Green Lantern Hal Jordan asked the AI Nav computer
"We are close enough to earth that my system was able to pick up a transmission." Aya replied her eyes still gazing in to nothingness
"Really what is the transmission?"
"My databases have confirmed that this particular activity is called Volley Ball. It is a sport only found on earth. Volley Ball is played with twelve people, called players, six on either side of a net that is a standard height of 7 feet 4 inches. The goal is to reach 25 points in 2 out of 3 games. If--" Hal cut her off
"Alright Aya thats enough info. I know how to play Volley Ball." Aya turned to Hal her eyes snapping in to focus and lighting up
"You are familiar with this game. Yes?" Aya asked
"Yes?" Hal said cautiously
"Would you be willing to teach it to me?"
"I guess, but i'm no expert Aya, and we don't have a volley ball."
A Flower's KnightI walk out into the moonlight,More Like This
I see her standing off to my side.
She is a flower in full bloom,
So fragile it seems, yet so pretty.
She makes a goddess jealous,
A beauty personified in earth.
An envy of all mortal women,
A wish in a true mans heart.
She is my important friend,
I am her knight, her protector.
I wont ever let her petals wilt,
It is my honor to keep her happy.
A wild flower, rare and, surprising,
She stands strong and distinguished.
She wont be plucked by the wrong man,
I will guard her till she makes her choice.
Be Careful Making Wishes in the Dark--Ch. 5More Like This
A/N: Okay, I apologize for this chapter, both for taking so long to finish it and get it up and also for... its existence. I had wanted this to be the last chapter but it quickly became clear that it would've been way too long, so I split it. Next chapter should definitely be the last chapter unless I really do decide to include an epilogue. Anyway, I hope this chapter is still enjoyable.
Zim gained and lost the upper hand in under two minutes, with everything falling apart almost immediately after Dib left.
The room he had entered was dimly lit. Of course, that didn't really matter to him, since the amazing technology implanted in his eyes allowed him to see almost as well in the dark as he could in bright sunlight. The small group of dark-clothed adult humans he'd forced to huddle together in a corner behind the table were muttering among themselves and staring at him.
These were the ones. Their silhouettes were the same as what he remembered. He could see them in his mind's eye