Stories tagged “death”

  • A Mother and Her Children

    I always thought Mother Earth would end the same way she began: with a big bang. But now I realize, she will go out with dignity. Or with as much dignity as she can have while parasitic life forms suck her dry of everything she has. I am a blemish on m...

    • Author: Miss Molly
    • Posted over 5 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Sealed with a Kiss

    Dearest Arnold, I write to you now knowing you will never read this. I fear that I am unable to let things continue as they are, what with that trollop Maribel putting her nose in my affairs yet again. She thinks that she can use a spell of her own to ...

    • Author: Ronnie
    • Posted over 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Death Was One Step To Victory Of Rid The World Of Evil

    It wasn’t long, the clock ticked past 12. My hands was gripping the chairs handle, I could feel the sponge on my head soaking up my sweat. I swear I could see my wife standing in the audience, with my three year old daughter. No tears, no screams...

  • Stranded

    >It’s so cold. Where is death?<———————-

    • Author: cbadger85
    • Posted over 5 years ago.
    • 3 out of 5
  • 'Til Death

    “Marry me!” he shrieked at her, gesticulating wildly. His bloodshot eyes met hers and held them, shoes crunching the gravel of the apartment roof as he paced. “No.” “NO!” the man screamed in a mockery of the woman...

    • Author: alibos
    • Posted over 5 years ago.
  • Dying Embers

    ..[].. Torched, charred. Ashes. Lina – silenced forever. ..[]..

    • Author: NightMaiden
    • Posted over 5 years ago.
    • 3 out of 5
  • HEY!!!

    “HEY, BILLY MAYS HERE!!!! BOY, HAVE I GOT A TREAT FOR YOU!! IT’S THE KAISER 300 AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN!! USE IT ON ANYTHING!!! TARGETS, FRUIT, DOGS!! HELL, ZOMBIE UPRISING?? BUY THE KAISER 300!!! THIS BABY WILL BLOW YOUR HEAD OFF WITH HALF A SH...

  • Now and Forever

    The apartment was dark and musty; the fingers of sunlight had not brushed the living room in days. The whole building was buzzing with the news. Everyone three floors above and below had heard the fight – the screams, the insults, the words. She ...

  • The Book

    The first time she had seen it, it was a wet, bedraggled thing, and she had wanted little to do with it. She hadn’t picked it up – Rowan had. “Saya,” he had said, brown eyes bright, “look at the patterns on the front. This...

  • Borrowed Time

    She remembered the feeling of nauseous weightlessness as clearly as she recalled her non-existent measurement. Ice had clambered down her spine as she looked at her name. No line was drawn next to her stupid name. She had seen it clearly – there ...

  • Self Pity

    Her mother worked in a hospital. Her father ran the hospital. “Nurse Kirk’s daughter,” or “Dr. Kirk’s daughter” was all they said. It was never her name. It was something she was sometimes glad for. She tried not to ...

  • Before & After

    Everyday, the Book lost and gained pages. Every hour, the Book became thinner, and then turned grossly fat, and then shed its excess pages, continuing in a vicious cycle and reminding Saya how many people flickered in and out of the world. Rowan asked ...

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  • There is only one way out

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

    • Author: dkscully
    • Posted over 5 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • A Little to the Left

    Koji had failed her. He would not be forgiven, he could not be forgiven. She had died because of him. The dark man, with skin like rich soil, had looked her straight in the eyes and drew up his sword. Koji let out a cry, hurled his katana and watched a...

    • Author: Ronnie
    • Posted over 5 years ago.
  • Death of an Alchemist

    And then the color of the the old man’s aura changed from white to yellow and then to red. He screamed a scream of pain and ecstasy and the girl, knowing fear for the first time, looked away. When the light died down there was only a puddle of a ...

    • Author: Garsecg
    • Posted over 5 years ago.
  • Simple pleasures

    The lamp was dented and dull, but undeniably filled with a genie. “I shall grant you three wishes.” Kenneth died moments later, crashing his space-yacht into his moonbase while being pleasured by the entire contents of the world’s lar...

    • Author: Spiderj
    • Posted over 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • 168 Hours Well Spent (Mature)

    Once he’d involved the community in his madcap scheme, there was no stopping him. Monday through Thursday, he tried out every position known to science, some of which required Zero Gravity. Others, intense seclusion. Friday was a day of rest. Yo...

  • In the Attic

    He took a last breath and stepped off the chair. The rope went taught and he bounced a bit. He heard a snap, but it was partially to be expected. Soon it wouldn’t matter. 13 hours later he still hung there in the attic. The recoil had broken his ...

    • Author: Ronnie
    • Posted about 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • The Voicemail

    “You have one new message,” the soft robotic voice says, “today, 12:31pm.” “It’s me…you,” from what you can tell, it’s your own voice on the phone, and you seem to be hysterical. “Now is your ...

    • Author: Ronnie
    • Posted about 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Assume the bumps are not people

    I’ve run over many people Or at least it’s a possibility. There’s so many bumps and jitters in the road Who is to say I’m not running over feet Or crushing someone’s skull? I’m probably wrong, I mean There would be b...

    • Author: Jesse Blake
    • Posted about 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • 61% of Relationships Start in the Workplace

    Even in her hazmat suit she was beautiful. I watched as she bent down, her curvy form still visible, even in that bulky suit. She touched the goop that formed under the body and rubbed it in between her gloved fingers. She turned to me, those beautiful...

    • Author: Ronnie
    • Posted about 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Death By Toast?

    She had gone through the house, gathered up everything that was his, and burned it. She wanted no memory of him. She went to a hypnotist to literally erase any recollection of him that she still might have had. But she had forgotten one very important ...

  • Times A Changing

    The stars in the east were always the brightest. I never forgot the times spending my days at the local tavern, lighting up the crowd with a little jingle. I would leave the place where I made my living, and go towards the local park to look up in the ...

  • The Love Of The Crime Series (Mature)

    Fuck Is all I could think of. I was a week into my new job as the local sheriff, and now am left to burying a kid. I am left to look upon to bring justice to an early end to a kid that should have lived till his elder years. All I was left with was a...