Daddy?A little girl, about the age of six, comes home from school to find her father crying, his face in his hands.More Like This
Daddy? she asks, her little voice so soft.
Yes, baby? he replies with the smell of whiskey on his breath.
Why are you crying Daddy? the adorable, bright blue eyes stared up at him.
Because I feel absolute pain within me, baby. he looked at her, removing his face from his dirtied, cold hands.
Whats pain, Daddy?
Its something that anguishes my soul, baby.
Whats anguish, Daddy?
Something that sorrows me so, baby.
Whats sorrow, Daddy?
Sorrow is sadness, babe.
Why are you sad?
Because your mommy is gone. he whispered with a horse voice.
Where did mommy go? she asked, her voice getting higher, and you could tell she was about to cry.
In the ground, baby.
Whys she there? What did momm
suicide...You said you wouldnt leave me...More Like This
I guess it was a lie.
You said you wouldnt cheat on me,
but that to was a lie.
Now I go to my kitchen and pull out a knife.
I stab my wrists and watched the blood flow onto the floor.
I let out a cry,
wich noone could hear.
Soon i fell limp and my face grew pale.
I laid on the floor,
noticing that i cut to deep.
Then the door flew open and he came in.
He saw me lying on the floor and kneeled down beside me.
He cried to me that he didnt mean to do what he did.
'I still love you with all my heart and soul.' he said as the ambulance pulled into the driveway.
The paramedics came in,
Oh what a sight to see,
And took me to the car.
He then clampsed together his hands and prayed to God,
'Please let her live.It was not my fault this happened.Dont take her life,but do take mine.'
He got up and drove home,
to scared to think of what might happen.
Later that day on the news was a report of a girl that died in the hospital all because of suicide.
'This cant be true
Fix Your Smile-fICIt was bright and sunny, but not overly hot.More Like This
Wheee! Take this- Miss. Aaand that! This time, a decent sized stone was kicked by a teal-green foot.
Close enough to see properly, but not so close as to seem stalkerish, Klonoa watched the kings child-like innocence. Well, that is he was a child now, after all
What could have been What never was What there never would be The black cabbit saw it all in young Sorrow who was now running after his make-shift kick-ball.
Sorrow wound up to kick again, but missed and took his other foot out from under him, landing hard on his backside.
Klonoa almost got up, but decided against it. He hadnt met with this Sorrow and didnt was to scare him by suddenly coming up. I mean, I dont know what I might do or say, Klonoa thought as he saw Sorrow rub his eyes and get up. He decided only to intervene if there was an emergency, like any decent person would
The greenish cabbit was