Stories tagged “Drama”

  • The Hamburg Man

    Schander, sat in the disused old German bunker in the city of Hamburg pondering the results of his most recent adventure. Adventure, he called it, as if the latest murder of a 17 year old christian girl from the Hamburg Academy for Young Ladies was a t...

    • Author: Marli
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
  • The Time Has Come

    The terror and trepidation surged through Wendy’s veins like an erupting volcano. Every budding detective dreamed of their first serial killer case, but there was absolutely no way she could have ever prepared for the sheer panic she felt right now. ...

    • Author: Adam Croft
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • You Make Me Happy

    You know what I like about us? There’s no bullshit. There’s none of that stupid strategizing, none of that ridiculous drama. How did I get so lucky? If it wasn’t for you, I think I would be kind of miserable right now. You keep me dow...

    • Author: wytherwings
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Premonition

    Having the ability of precognition isnt always as fun as it sounds. Why, you might ask? Simple, you’re never surprised and the pressure of making sure nothing goes wrong when you see it. People who think they know about the ability to see into ...

  • Confused About You

    You confuse me so much. Do I like you or don’t I? Are you my friend or are you not? You’re always by my side, no matter what. And there is something – but I’m not quite sure what that is – that I absolutely love about you. But on the other ha...

  • Premonition: Fire

    “Gabe, what did you see?” Shay whispers as we head out of home room. She knows when I see something I dont like by now. “Shelby. I think she’s a pyro.” “Someone who makes and controls fire? I havent ever seen them.&#...

  • Climbing Stairs In Combat Boots

    I slowly, carefully climbed the stairs up to my parents’ appartment, trying not to trip over the long laces of my black combat boots. I could hear babies crying, people yelling, dogs barking, the usual melody of disfunction that greeted me each t...

    • Author: Elice
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Mother To Son part 1

    Dearest Andrew It’s been 3 days now. I perfectly remember that day when you told me you were going to a friend’s to study. I was happy that you were getting back normal. Your wound had started to heal. Or that’s what I thought. It was...

  • An Eye for an Eye (Mature)

    The cigarette hissed against the wet pavement. I pressed my shoe down over to crush it and turned back to Phelps. She was knelt down over the vic, peering under the blue sheet that had been laid over him. Watery blood stained the ground. “His soc...

  • Savior

    “I love you,” she said as they stared into one another’s eyes. Joy filled him and he grinned from ear to ear. He grabbed her hands and was speechless and just as he began to talk she cut him off. “But I’m not what you need...

    • Author: Geo
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
  • Secrets. (An Amelia & Patrick Story). Intro.

    The story is about Amelia and Patrick. In The ATL. Amelia Jones— Is 15 and she has a brother named Darell. Darell Jones (AKA Dj)— Is 17 and his bestfriend is Patrick. Patrick Breeding (AKA Pat or P.)— Is 16 1/2 and his and Darell̵...

    • Author: KeyAndra B.
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
    • 1 out of 5
  • The Vision

    I was on vacation the first time it ever happened to me. I remember it clearly, as if it had happened only yesterday. The ocean water was warm on my legs as the swells came up to kiss my feet. The air was thick with sea-salt, and the sun warmed my skin...

  • Expatrination

    There had been an inquisition, of sorts, into the nature of the Expatrination. Some said it was inevitable; others, that it had been unforeseeable. Walking in the halls of the capital building, I subtly felt that it was in some way a mix of both. When ...

    • Author: L. E. Young
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Blue

    The last time she’d seen this much water in his eyes, she’d broken up with him. He said she’d been stone-hearted, but after leaving she’d gone home and composed the mother of all break-up songs. Captain Carlisle looked into the ...

  • Double Six Diner

    “So here’s my vote on where we eat,” Sam started, once we pulled out from the gas station. “The cashier told us the best Diner in town is just up the street.” “I second the motion for the Diner.” I piped up. &#...

    • Author: Lone Writer
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Handling The Truth

    I felt my heart thud against the inside of my chest. How could he possibly have known that? I stiffly got on my bike and started off, deciding to ignore the last minute like it hadn’t happened. “Well to the mall we go, right?” I asked...

  • What Really Happens At Band Camp

    I hit snooze on my alarm, while I tossed over to look out the window. It was early, and it was still summer. It was 6:00 am, July 26th, and it was Westmount High’s departure day for band camp. I somehow managed to drag my lazy butt out of bed, an...

    • Author: TuesdayAt2Am
    • Posted about 10 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • I'll Take That Bet

    About an hour later we boarded the busses. It was percussion and tubas on the last bus. I sat by my best friend Matt (a tuba player) and Kylie. “How excited are you that we are no longer freshmen?” Matt asked. “Extremely. Finally we w...

    • Author: TuesdayAt2Am
    • Posted about 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Portrayal

    He slaps me as I reach for him, his face a mask of fury. I don’t believe he means it. He never does. Every night, when he hits me, throws me to the floor, screams at me and calls me names — he never means it. Afterwards, he always apologize...

    • Author: B. Booth
    • Posted about 10 years ago.
  • First Day (Mature)

    “Shay, you ready?” Gabe, my best friend, asks me. “Ready for being a freshman? I’m okay.” I answer. “I heard freshman is just a cover up for saying freshmeat,” Gabe says nervously. I walk through the doors of S...

    • Author: Mr.Gabriel
    • Posted about 10 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • First Bump In

    I decide to skip fourth period for one reason. I dont know where it is. I walk around looking for it and when I finally realize I’m more than late, I turn back and bump into something. “Oh, I’m sorry, I—” I look up and see...

    • Author: Mr.Gabriel
    • Posted about 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • First Let Down (Mature)

    Okay. I’ll admit, I’ve never skipped before, but Stephen here seems to have done it once or twice. Not only did we skip 4th period, we skipped 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th. I feel kind of bad, but Stephen is pretty nice, maybe he isnt a stuck up S...

  • First Run In

    “Gabe, I’m sorry,” I say again. Gabe had been harassed by some juniors homophobes and I wasn’t there to help. I was too busy skipping with Stephen, but he couldn’t know that. “Okay, Shay, whatever,” he says, bu...

    • Author: Mr.Gabriel
    • Posted about 10 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Mystery in the Highlands

    The sun shone brightly through Mike’s window. Rolling out of bed, Mike proceeded to swear to never drink again. As he was preparing his morning coffee, the phone rang. “Damn phone’s too loud.” One look at the Caller ID explained...

    • Author: irishteen
    • Posted about 10 years ago.