One. Two. "Three." My soft breath snuffs out the last glimmer of light from the candle. The scream of my prey echoes through the darkness. A small smile tugs at my lips. I almost feel pity for it. Almost.
"But, you'll die!" "Only for a little while."
The gentle spring breeze stroked my cheeks,
Ever since the accident, Kevin knew he had to use his new powers for good. There were so many people who needed help and so many injustices needing to be righted. If only he could get his alter personality, Max, to agree. Having Dissociative Identity Disorder had never been easy, but now things were about … Continue reading Writing Idea: Superhero Complications
She kept her eyes glued to the old mage as he carefully measured a drop of liquid from a small glass vial. It didn't look like much. In fact, it could have easily been mistaken for normal water. The moment the drop made contact with the surface of the lake, the water twisted into a … Continue reading Going Home
She leaned in to kiss the slimy green creature,
"Here we are!" The man in the white suit gestured toward the plain wooden door. She arched an eyebrow as it opened under its own will. Tentatively, she stepped through. Instantly, a soft warming sensation crept throughout her body. Her jaw dropped as she looked up at the endless flights of stairs climbing into the … Continue reading Writing Prompt: Stairway to Heaven
The cigarette smoke burned her eyes.
You're parents were wrong... unicorns do exist. Ask any sane person and they'd tell you the same. Humans are not to blame for their ignorance; unicorns have worked very hard to hide their existence. The last thing they wanted was a repeat of the travesty committed by man when they last attempted to abuse the … Continue reading Writing Idea: Unicorns Do Exist
"There is nothing you could possibly do to make up for-"