Stories tagged “The End”

  • The End: The Beginning

    I never thought that I would meet The End, and all of its blazing hatred. Never once did I expect it to come to this soon. I always expected The End to be a little more—you know, easygoing; maybe 15 ft. tall holding a magical staff, wearing a Phi...

  • Big Red Button

    It’s your call. The big red button is staring you down; can you press it? The argument is there, clear and concise. America’s waiting for the next big epidemic; let’s give it to them. Can you do it? You hold your breath and close your...

    • Author: Byn
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • There is only one way out

    Men exaggerate. Women reproduce. Death culls. … … … … … … …

    • Author: dkscully
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Eye of The Dancer: Keep Your Eyes on The Prize

    Have you ever wanted something with your whole heart? Have you ever lived for something with your whole soul? Have you ever focused on it with your whole mind? Have you ever striven for something with your whole strength? Have you ever loved God? Many ...

  • The Fabric of Space

    “Go ahead, touch it,” said the voice. The wall was larger than I could fathom. I trembled as I reached forward, terrified, but you wouldn’t know it through the thickness of the pressurized gloves. My fingers pressed lightly into the s...

    • Author: uselessness
    • Posted about 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • That's It?

    A wise man once said that the world would end not with a bang, but with a whimper. Well whoever said that was incredibly, incredibly wrong. Hence why I was running around dodging falling meteors and skyscrapers in downtown Chicago. Boom! Another one do...

  • Good Bye Humanity

    Some said that the earth would end in fire. Others said ice. Well they were wrong! The earth ended with a plague. A sickness that was created by the goverment. They tried to hide it from the public, but one day one of the infected escaped. He escaped a...

  • Introducing The End

    Meet the Holmes sisters. They are both unique. They enjoy teasing people. They have also mastered every type of martial arts by the orders of their parents. However, what makes them alike also sets them apart. Terrow Holmes doesn’t mind being a s...

  • I Run There (2)

    (Cont.) I sit there; Dead center; Inconspicuous; Sleeping as frantic cars Attempt to save my life At the last second Only to die themselves.

  • Bonds of Blood - Part 5: All Alone

    The sheriff that had arrived twenty-five minutes after my frantic call scratched at the back of his head. “So you expect me to believe that there is some kind of monster fungus living underneath our town?” He said dryly. I had used the time...

  • The end

    As I stood to face the impending cataclysm, a wave of euphoria swept over my body. Too long I had waited to feel death’s firm embrace. Nothing on this earth was truly good. Any semblance of hope or love was just a grand delusion perpetuated by ge...

  • No Bueno (Part 7)

    When I looked back, the squat building that had been the Casa de los Persones had disappeared entirely becoming a large abandoned warehouse. All the windows I could see had been haphazardly boarded up and graffiti defaced the corrugated sheets of metal...

  • Alone But Not Forgotten

    Slowly the realisation sunk in that this was truly the end of things. THE END OF THINGS. Why do I still remain when everyone has gone; the friends and enemies, the loves and lives? Alone with my thoughts, it slowly dawned that my face was dry and the a...

  • Sky

    So the blackest night is broken, shattered by the sweeping dawn. Purple clouds, a remnant token of the darkness almost gone, touch the sky like mountains solemn, like explosions frozen still. Up they rise, triumphant columns, bearing down upon this hil...

    • Author: memento
    • Posted over 7 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • The Last Time

    The room was dark and I was alone. Most of my friends no longer visited. I didn’t expect them to. The sun had set completely but I didn’t remember it happening. My unfinished lunch sat on the table- a third of a bottle of eight dollar tequi...

  • The Last Goodbye

    They say there’s only enough time for one more message. I guess I need to make it count. I’m supposed to tell you how much I love you and how I don’t regret a moment of my time spent with you, but its kind of pointless. I regret the ...

  • I Forget Sometimes

    Often times when I jolt upright in the wee hours of the morning, when I am in the midst of stretching and yawning, I look around, startled, at how nothing is familiar. The cement walls. The black sheets. The desk next to the closet. These are not mine....

    • Author: Ariah Oak
    • Posted almost 7 years ago.
  • God and his subject

    “I am sorry Tom, but you knew it had to end like this” The barrel pressed to my forehead has been there so long it’s not even cold anymore. I’m out of points, no argument left, was I really wrong? My throat doesn’t feel dr...

    • Author: Brahe
    • Posted almost 7 years ago.
  • (Day 23) "There will be silence."

    Her voice was so dry and soft, Garret had to lean next to her warm, rancid mouth to hear the sentence again. She had been repeating the same cadence for minutes now, and it was only now, as the death rattle became more prominent that Garret noticed. He...

  • The Void

    Friday was the last day. The sun didn’t rise, the moon fell into black. We saw stars blink out, one after the other. People thought the air would turn cold and we’d lose all oxygen, but really? It just got dark. Our paths were lit by artifi...

  • Boom?

    “Cover your ears! We’re going out with a bang!!” He pulled the plunger and smashed it back down. She cringed behind the rocks and waited for the catastrophic BOOM. … …. ….. “Did it work?” She asked, looki...