Stories tagged “experimental”

  • Precision

    My hair began to move in response to the particle emissions, dancing the electric dance I’d lived for my whole life. Children screaming with dogs that guided them through mazes of poison chocolate while telling stories of the wolves they used to ...

    • Author: moleboy
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
  • Hand

    I hefted my axe for a minute, its weight sure and confident. The chrome-concrete barrier would not hold against the horde. My job was slowly killing me. Hooked into the distributed processing system with four dozen others, my mental resources collected...

    • Author: moleboy
    • Posted over 10 years ago.
  • Ode to a TV character on the event of your untimely demise

    We never met. How could we? After all, you are simply a fantasy. A combination of writers, directors and an actor, captured going through the motions of a life that never quite existed. But does this stop you being… real? We met many times. You w...

    • Author: dkscully
    • Posted about 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • And Then You Lock The Door

    It’s one of those nights. Things blend in an amalgamation of dream mush; envelope you in a world constructed of reality and beyond. The light overhead: is it more orange than usual? It flickers and you swear you hear static. The creepy old-timey ...

    • Author: Nancy
    • Posted about 8 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Choose Your Doom

    You pull up to the scene of the crime with Bill, your partner. “Wow, looks like a bull in a china shop.” Bill said as he stepped out of the car. “But I guess that’s better than a porcupine in a condom store.” “Yeah, ...

  • You Chose: Pearl Chopsticks

    A twisted smile stretches across Jen Lee-Berg’s face as she levels her gun at you. Thinking quickly, your hand reaches for the first thing it can find: A pair of solid pearl chopsticks. You raise them up in an “en-guard” fashion. She ...

  • You Chose: Bamboo Fan

    You reach for the bamboo fan. You recoil from it as the cheap thing lodges a splinter in your finger. Surprised, Lee-Berg fires her gun! The bullet hits Bill right in the back of his head. You see parts of his brains and face on the walls and floors. S...

    • Author: Matt McCray
    • Posted over 7 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Two-faced font

    Eat something REDRAW THIS START WITH without AND then organize it EXACTLY Four Clocks with THREE DEFINITIONS of time SOME MOVING Forward, some MOVING counterCLOCKwise time Phases R1 Home R2 JOB N3 love 4HEALTH security NEUTRAL PROTECTION conjured Somet...

    • Author: MWatson
    • Posted over 7 years ago.
  • Unhelpful User Guide for Life - Perils of Snow

    Winter is the time of year when you hear: - Shovels munching and crunching on snow - Snow blowers groaning and growling as they devour and projectile-vomit the snow - Car wheels squealing, screeching, and squeaking as they spin ineffectually on the sno...

    • Author: Kay-Teaze
    • Posted over 6 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • dancing with blood on my tank top

    dancing with blood on my tank top threads of always from my breast undulate shame, a little cough, a little dress, but the shame isn’t. we’re quilts see maybe it’s because of the molly or he’s just scared but damn that boy can ...

    • Author: Escapist
    • Posted over 5 years ago.