Stories tagged “Sandra”

  • He Friend Requested Me

    Ami sat at her bedroom desk, her laptop sitting half opened as she finished her history homework. Her long ebony hair fell in her face as she wrote about the Holocaust. When she finished she opened up the laptop and logged into facebook. A new friend r...

    • Author: SieRawr12
    • Posted about 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Soul Mate?

    “We talked for two hours Sandra!” Ami screeched as they talked on the phone. “No way!” She squeeled on the other line. “So what did you talk about?” Ami thought about it and finally said, “Music. nothing but mu...

    • Author: SieRawr12
    • Posted almost 11 years ago.
  • Just Us

    “You can call me Sandra.” Sandra told me. “Obviously, you can call me James.” I said. “What about Jay?” She asked. “Don’t call me that! My big brother calls me that…” I meandered off the topic...

  • I Don't Wanna Go

    We got off at the bus stop and she walked me to her house. Holding my hand. She unlocked the door and went in. Her house was nice and clean.“Hi mama! Hi daddy!” Sandra yelled. A couple appeared at the steps. The man was black with glasses j...

  • So Many Questions

    In the middle of the night, I climbed out my window. I needed to talk to someone. I couldn’t talk to my brother because he would tell dad . If I told my dad, well.. I’ll leave that to percolate. I needed to talk to Sandra. It took me half a...

  • Comfort

    “Sandra, you gotta promise not to tell anyone about this.” I asked her. She nodded vigorously. “I wanna run away. My dad won’t miss me and neither will my brother” I told her. She gaped. “You can’t. Where are y...

  • Time to Formulate a Plan

    As I woke up, light flooded the room. I heard someone come closer to me and sit on the bed. “Good morning” said Sandra softly. I lifted my head and I was so happy to see her smiling. She had bowl of cereal with her. “It’s for yo...

  • The Plan Takes an Unexpected Turn

    When the bus dropped us off, Sandra and I walked toward the entrance. Since I threatened the 3 kids on the bus, they hadn’t bothered Sandra again. I made Sandra promise to meet me out in the front after school. In the halls, I ran into a certain ...

  • Come with Me

    I wanted Sandra to come with me so I went to convince her. Although, I knew this was an impossibility, it couldn’t hurt to try. I climbed on her “sub-roof” and knocked on her window. She opened it and jumped. “James, your hair&#...

  • Goodbyes

    She worked quickly with the scissors, cutting a lot of hair off. She cut off my bangs, but combed the front part of my hair up. “Now you look like an Anthony.” She said, feeling content. I helped her out the window and we began walking to t...

  • An Unexpected Suprise

    As I looked in her eyes, I heard an sudden overwhelming sound. Almost like a siren screaming, as it pierced our ears. Sandra jumped from the noise of the wailing siren. “What the hell?!” I said loudly. “What’s that noise?”...

  • Starting A New Life On the Road

    The train door closed as the passengers scrambled aboard. I could tell Sandra didn’t like this at all. “James, I have to go home. What are my parents going to say when they find me missing!?” She yelled. “I don’t know. I&#...

  • Time to Go

    The harsh sound of the conductor’s voice woke me up immediately. Sandra’s head was still laying on my shoulder, and she seemed to be in a deep sleep. I didn’t want to wake her, so I had chosen to stare out the window. Then, it finally...

  • 2 Choices

    I walked out of the bathroom casually, but I noticed that people were staring at me. I sat down and read the menu non-nonchalantly. “What were you doing in there?” Sandra asked. “Washing my hands” I answered. Suddenly, Sandra an...

  • On Him

    Suddenly, one of the boys came over to our table. “Hello, excuse me Miss, I’ll pay for these young kids right here.” He said, speaking with a slight Irish accent. The waitress glared at him for a second but gave him the bill. He paid ...

  • Shawn

    I looked directly into his eyes. Standing close to him, the boy looked like he could have been 20 years old. “What kind of city kid doesn’t know how to walk properly?” He asked me. I didn’t answer. “You left your bag in th...

  • Maria

    Sandra and I followed the boys into the small, but neat apartment. It was weird to think that the two boys were brothers. Then, I came to the conjecture that they were foster brothers. “Mom, we’re home!” Brendin yelled. Suddenly, a sm...

  • A Pain Remembered is a Pain Renewed

    Sandra stood at the doorway to their bedroom, constantly looking back over her shoulder, at the sleeping form of Sarah. Her daughter! Each time, she expected to see the same flat blankets that had lain empty for thirteen years and each time her heart s...

  • Sandra, Bob, and the Melons (June 1)

    The two were just about done harvesting the striped rocks when they heard a terrifying screeching noise. Sandra looked up to see three melon-looking things racing towards them on sets of slithering tendrils. They were easily twice the size of the two a...