Tag: prose

  • Things To Do

    I have a lot of things I want to do with my life, and right now, I am finally starting to see them happen. I see my goals down in front of my and then I see a very blurry path. Granted, it is blurry and I can’t really tell where it is or how […]

  • Devils and Flowers

    I saw the devil last night, saw him in my dreams, he was a beautiful as I remembered him to be and he didn’t change at all. The winter may have hit him a bit, but nothing too drastic. The devil seemed so real when I dreamed about him; his face, eyes, nose, lips, hair, […]

  • Holiday, Prompt #2

    You have a 16-year-old daughter who wants to go to a Halloween party with all of her peers. You take her to the Halloween store to find an “appropriate” costume. She is resistant to most “conservative” choices. Describe the encounter, your feelings, and what you end up deciding on. Well, if I had a daughter and she […]

  • Craving Cola

    Here I am again, craving some coca-cola and wishing the headache away. Also listening to my relatives bicker. I am not calling them parents because they don’t act like parents when they fight or argue. Oh well. I want to help fix it but they probably wouldn’t even take in anything that I say. Today […]

  • Because Of You: Chapter Five

    Chapter One, Chapter Two, Chapter Three, Chapter Four… Previous Chapter: here His words squeezed my chest and my breath caught in my throat. I jumped out of his arms and straight into Irisa. “Whose this?” He looked at Irisa. “I’m Irisa, and you must be him.” She smiled wide and he glanced between her and […]

  • Because Of You: Chapter Two

    Read Chapter One: here As I finished school, I walked away from my ‘Bros’ and headed toward the train station. I remembered the exact time I saw her, it was a little after 5, the train I took was at 4:15 and I followed the girls from my school down town. I retraced my steps and my […]

  • Because Of You: Chapter One

    I was the girl who was in the back of class all the time, kids didn’t like me when I was younger. I began to believe that I was out-of-place within the female world, the girls were mean and bossy, and I thought that since I couldn’t be that way, then I’d have to become a […]

  • Remember It

    The world was a pastel color. The brightness and happiness all dulled out by the alien apocalypse, and very few humans exist anymore. I am standing in the broken street, staring at the run down buildings and the dying trees. I am with my friend, and I can’t remember her face. My dog is by […]

  • Alive

    It’s January 26. Write a post in which the number 26 plays a role. *** She sits on the edge of a dock; her feet dangle off and her pearl white toenails soak in the clear lake. The water reflects the mountains and the clear blue sky. The colors are bright and cheerful, but to […]

  • At Home

    It’s a Monday afternoon, and the sky is bright with whitish-grey clouds. The light from the sky is reflecting off the snow on the ground. I awoke at 7 A.M. this morning, glanced outside and relaxed back into my warm bed. The pains in my lower abdomen haven’t worsened but they were still present. It […]