Stories tagged “anger”

  • My Ode to the Parking Lot

    HONK people, honking will not get you anywhere. HONK honestly people, honking will NOT make cars move! HONK REALLY?! honking will do you NO good! HONK …and you still havent moved. Maybe i should honk. This is my angry honk HONK This is my “...

  • How My Impromptu Adventure Began

    My fist connected with my stepfather’s face: black-gloved, angst-ridden, unadulterated teenaged anger against unprepared, first-class jerk flesh. It was hardly a fair shot, but I took it anyway. What happened was this: I had just stepped inside m...

  • The Warning

    She laid her hands On me That last time I was sick Tired I drew the line I don’t know what Went through her head She laughed the way She usually did But this time I was serious Just because I’m Different than her Doesn’t mean she has ...

  • What You Didnt Want to Hear (Mature)

    He sighed, grabbing the throw from the back of the couch and wrapping it tightly around her body. “My point being,” he said, “you’re fucking drunk. You haven’t bathed or been out the house in a week. You’re rambling about dogs and toenails...

  • In the Shadows (Mature)

    Claudia smiled as she watched the shadows pour through the crack under her door. She crossed her ankles, the beads on on her sandals tinkling, and watched as the shadows coalesced and Demetri emerged. A scowl flashed across his normally inscrutable fac...

  • Young Master Tompkins

    Young Master Tompkins peeked out from the garden hedges at the edge of the street to watch a flustered Mr. Maxwell rush by. He quickly hid his head back underneath the bush, but it was too late. “Tompkins!” Tompkins cautiously stuck his hea...

  • Red

    Too many fractures; the air couldn’t help but slowly seep from my suit. Granddad always told me my temper would get the best of me just before getting down the old, leather belt. The fire in his eyes terrified me more than the fury of God, Himsel...

  • Straight Talk

    “All I’m saying, Jack, is that you’re running out of chances.” Jack and Dr. Hershall had stepped outside, hoping not to upset Jack’s daughters anymore. “But, Dr. Hershall! I swear I can change, just trust me!” ...

  • A Find!

    My eyes lay to rest upon a journal that I had not opened in a very long time. It was leather-bound and tied together with a thin leather string. Upon opening it, I found many choice entries from my early twenties. Unsurprisingly, they were about women....

    • Author: Brett
    • Posted almost 8 years ago.
  • Caught

    I’ve been waiting three hours for you! You don’t think I know where you’re going, don’t you? You went to her, again, didn’t you? Oh, don’t look at me like that! That will not work on me anymore! That bitch. What does...

    • Author: J. Rein B.
    • Posted almost 8 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • The Trouble With Kelly

    “So why were you hanging out with her?” Kelly asked me, after we managed to get most of the ice cream off of my pants. I shrugged. “She looked like a nice person, and she was all alone.” Just like I was. Kelly frowned. “We...

    • Author: Lone Writer
    • Posted almost 8 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • The Color Red

    It surged within me like a cannon, lit and ready to fire. My enemies steered clear of my wrath, but this time I was far gone, my true self had separated from my body, the devil possessing my every move. My face was beyond hot, steaming with redness, a ...

  • Getting Dumped SUCKS. (Emotion Challenge)

    Ripping, Tearing, Annoying I feel like destroying. Screaming, Crying, Thrashing Find something, start bashing. Dying, Trying, Failing All my limbs flailing. Breaking, Snapping, Paying My brain is decaying. Kicking, Punching, Throwing My head is explodi...

  • He Snaps! (Anger - 7DS Challenge)

    “That’s it. THAT IS IT!” His yells echoed through the forest, accompanied by the terrified screams of the children. “I have freaking well had it with you arrogant, greedy little brats!” He flipped over the picnic table, sp...

  • Monster. Part One: The Beginning.

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    • Author: Akilika
    • Posted almost 8 years ago.
    • 3 out of 5
  • Monster. Part Two: Sadness and Rage.

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    • Author: Akilika
    • Posted almost 8 years ago.
  • Monster. Part Three: Desperation.

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    • Author: Akilika
    • Posted almost 8 years ago.
  • Monster. Part Four: New beginning, new troubles.

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    • Author: Akilika
    • Posted almost 8 years ago.
  • Monster. Epilogue. (Mature)

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    • Author: Akilika
    • Posted almost 8 years ago.
  • Monster. About the Author/Summary.

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    • Author: Akilika
    • Posted almost 8 years ago.
    • 1 out of 5
  • Monster. About the Epilogue.

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    • Author: Akilika
    • Posted almost 8 years ago.
  • The Long Road: The First Steps

    It started when I was a child, the anger, the loathing, and my mom always made excuses for it. I saw her argue everyday with my stepdad, I saw them put holes in walls, flip tables, and that violence eventually found it’s way to me too as I found ...

    • Author: Ath
    • Posted almost 8 years ago.
  • The Long Road: Stumbling along the path.

    I was completely lost at 17 even though I knew it was coming. I did nothing to prepare for it at all, hadn’t worked, hadn’t saved money, or looked for a place to stay. I floated around with friends until shortly after I got a job and moved ...

    • Author: Ath
    • Posted almost 8 years ago.
  • These Changing Promises

    There will come a time when you lose everything you ever loved. People will go that always said they would stay. Words won’t express what you need to say. Faith will be lost. Hope will seem far. Emptiness will engulf your being. You’ll chan...