Stories tagged “dimension”

  • Meanwhile, 4,000 Miles and a Dimension (or Two) Away...

    Galway, Ireland Five minutes later Declan MacLyntire’s last sensation was the stuffiness of the hospital room as doctors crowded around him. Then he fell. He fell through the deepest chasms that he couldn’t see, then skimmed across the surf...

    • Author: Stovohobo
    • Posted almost 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Common Sense Fails Again

    My common sense kept telling me, Don’t do anything drastic, today just can’t handle a huge change. Aw, c’mon, temptation suavely said, what’s the harm in trying a new kind of coffee? It’s just a different flavor, nothing h...

  • In My Mind I'm Going to Carolina

    I looked around. “That must have been some kiss.” She laughed and stood, and the dog came bounding over to sniff at my ankles. “Well, it’s your fault. You distracted me.” “I should distract you more often.” Eve...

  • Here Comes the Rain Again

    She glared back at me. “I told you it was an accident! It’s all because you kissed me and then stared right into my eyes. I wasn’t prepared for that! I told you I was deep, and you said you’d take that chance.” I winced. S...

  • My Side of the Mountain

    There were some old, spooky-looking books at one end of the shelf—with heavy bindings and even padlocks. I was almost positive they were just props—from what I’ve read, inside your head is the last place you’d want to keep the Necronomi...

  • Company for Breakfast

    The island was slightly larger than it looked from the shore, and consisted of a beach around a small copse of trees. In the middle of the trees was a picnic table, and someone had laid out a breakfast consisting of assorted pastries and a pitcher of o...

  • Into the Blue Again

    “So what happens now?” I asked, after we’d finished with breakfast and put everything away. “Well, I could keep you here forever,” Jackie admitted. “It would be nice to have someone there whenever I daydreamed…R...

  • Flint Key

    I met a man who was made of radio waves. Let me tell you the story. My friend Sam wanted to see all the information flying above our heads. His interest was in what it looks like before we decode it. The experiment began 16 years ago. Last night, 2 am,...

    • Author: Atjagape
    • Posted almost 4 years ago.
  • Sound effects included

    In an infinite universe anything is possible. Anders stepped into his cubicle, flicked the switch on his moniter and fell flat on his arse. Standing unsteadily, he looked accusingly at the damp patch of cheap carpet where his economically priced desk ...