A little girl watches from behind the curtains as a Pied Piper named Death plays a tune. A silent tune immune to children. The little girl watches as the brand of an inverted torch pulls everyone towards the couple that possesses it. Blood is everywhere, their screams echo throughout. No one remembers afterward, except the… Continue reading Waiting #writephoto
They were the same, alike yet different. Side by side forever, but never touching. Doomed to be in other's misery. Sharing smiles and laughs for all eternity. Different worlds, peers, and experiences. Similar interests, passion, and enthusiasm. Side by side forever, but never touching. via Daily Prompt: Parallel
Far above in space, the earth seems so tiny and people so small. The inventions and development of humans stand tall and proud. He looks at the earth and everything down there, a product of our unending brilliance and enthusiasm. Written for Three Line Tales Week 116 hosted by Sonya on only100words. Photo by NASA via Unsplash.
Speak your thoughts, your deepest desire. Speak what your heart aches for, your utmost fantasy, What you have longed for all your life, What would satisfy you the most. For you have freed me from my eternal slumber, For you have put me out of my misery, I shall grant you your one wish, I… Continue reading Daily Prompt: Genie
I stare at myself in the mirror hating every part, finding flaws within. Someday, I whisper, I'm gonna change the longer I look, the further it seems. Photo by Tanja Heffner on Unsplash.
Em gazed at the cable car, shivering with anticipation. Everything around her was so exciting, unlike anything she'd ever seen before. She was beside herself with joy, with excitement at getting to ride on one. A tug on her sweater dragged her out of her expansive imagination and she turned to face her brother. "I'm… Continue reading Cablecar
The sun-kissed beach brought them together, the waves of passion that marked them forever. The tranquility they got with each other, emotions running in a haphazard fashion.
He stared at the old rundown shack, memories from his childhood springing into his mind. He walked slowly, fingering each surface that'd marked his childhood. He'd learned here, so long ago and with so many others. To him, it was less a classroom and more a second home. He slowly entered the small room, his… Continue reading Nostalgia
The ship was huge and decorated nicely with the flags of the competing countries. In the ship, kids and teachers alike milled around, rejoicing and talking amongst themselves, creating new friendships and meeting new acquaintances. They watched the kids go excitedly on the ship, eager to see around the foreign city. All thoughts of the… Continue reading Friendly Competition
She quickened her pace, her body appeared a blur as she shot past the empty corridor. She wasn't late, but she wasn't early either, a fact that was causing her undue stress. In this world, slow and steady never win anything. Written for week 114 of Three line Tales, hosted by Sonya. Check it out… Continue reading Rush