No snapping. A keyboard shall suffice.
Constrained environments cultivated creativity and fear.
Mistakes were such misfortunes. If only other's shortcomings could be seen by the one who fell. They might as well have not happened away from their eyes.
Morainewood, New Hackdonia, Galbion... There was a gym amidst the bustling atmosphere of cars, bikes, and pedestrians around. Inside, there were people doing all kinds of activities. Weight lifting, treadmills, speed bags, and tracks of all things were all to capacity. One young man was busy kicking and throwing elbows on a punching bag. "Maybe … Continue reading Future Character Spotlight: Omar Jernigan-Morrison
Those jerks always got what they wanted. No matter how much they insulted or abused, they would get their way and be successful. I didn't want to believe that nice guys finished last, but it became truer by the day for me. It was always tough coming up with snappy comebacks or various insults to … Continue reading Why Is It So Hard For Me to Insult Others?
I knew humans who lived here. It's not like my kind created these buildings and houses in the desert. I wondered why they all left. I hope it wasn't because they thought my kind was malevolent or mischievousness at best. Must be how we supposedly "laughed". There hasn't been any reason to laugh though. I … Continue reading A Single Endangered Mother in a Namibian Ghost Town
I was a fan of these obscured sounds. The bubblegum garbage had afflicted me for far too long. I thought I had some kind of identity set apart from others. Shame how I was bullied just for actually liking things. All I could do was internalize these emotions lest I blow up and I end … Continue reading Death of a Music Fan
The chocolate volcano flowed peacefully at first in this sweet lunch date between Jessica and Aidan. They would assume the best under the full moon. After getting a salad for each, things got chaotic. The volcano erupted with fudge to draw the attention of everyone. "This has never happened before!" a waiter screamed. The chocolate … Continue reading Chocolate Volcano Eruption (A Lunch Date Gone Wrong Prompt)
Before I get to the story, I thought it would be great to actually post content consistantly on Tuesdays and Thursdays at least for this year and beyond (Nzambe willing). Okay, here we go. After the new decade appeared, my nerves were filled with dread. I wondered how I'd even survive or thrive when that … Continue reading First Story of the Decade
I was the collective spirit of those afflicted watching all of those in chains. Constant tears were raised to the heavens and taking at least 100 million souls upward was tragic. Blood soaked the ground long before they separated from the other colonies. Savagery became rampant, but it didn't come from those declared savages. I … Continue reading Four Centuries…Never Forget