Stories tagged “eyes”

  • When Looking Into Your Eyes

    sometimes I realize How silly I am acting How stupid I have been Usually its to late I have no excuses For any of it But I can think Very clearly When looking Into your eyes

  • You And Me

    What day is it? And in what month? This clock never seemed so alive. Hand in hand, ear to chest, we’re synchronized. We’re two heartbeats in one song, keeping the tempo steady. We’re keeping our world spinning. Cause’ it’s...

    • Author: Granada
    • Posted over 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • The Eyes

    They’re everywhere. They say they’re peaceful, and that they haven’t started moving about in the public, but they’re lying. Look at the eyes, it’s all right there. That’s how I knew it was safe to talk to you. Look at him, for instance. Wai...

    • Author: Ryber
    • Posted over 5 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • The Old Lady

    Sharp, shiny pieces and a Shivering Smashing sound. My pretty wet face wrinkled on the floor. Who sees it but me, what was before. Segments of beauty, drowning in itself. Melted by the unseeing eye. —Lynna Waters

  • An Eye for an Eye (Mature)

    The cigarette hissed against the wet pavement. I pressed my shoe down over to crush it and turned back to Phelps. She was knelt down over the vic, peering under the blue sheet that had been laid over him. Watery blood stained the ground. “His soc...

  • Wake Up (Classy Porn Challenge) (Mature)

    She looked so innocently delicate, her pearl white body vibrant amongst the stone black leather of the limousine. Her legs spread like articulate angel wings, wind gliding beneath them, filling her silently, making her coo. Making her wake. “Plea...

    • Author: DirtMap
    • Posted about 5 years ago.
  • Wake Up (Classy Porn Challenge) (Mature)

    She looked so innocently delicate, her pearl white body vibrant amongst the stone black leather of the limousine. Her legs spread like articulate angel wings, wind gliding beneath them, filling her silently, making her coo. Making her wake. “Please, ...

    • Author: DirtMap
    • Posted about 5 years ago.
  • Fae

    I stare. Every inch of my body screams at me to look away before she catches me, but it’s as though I’ve been seduced by the siren’s song. She’s so beautiful it’s haunting, and yet there’s something wrong with her. S...

  • Nothing is Wrong

    Looking into Nathaniel’s eyes made me forget everything else. There was no more hurt or pain or hidden bruises. Looking into his eyes made me feel like I was almost worth something, like maybe I wasn’t doomed for eternity. I held my smile f...

  • On My Mind

    What do you see when you look in my eyes? A tiny brown box or open blue skies? Maybe a happy, simple-mind, indecisive young teen, With no worries, no cares, nor faith to be seen? I have had my share in the tears and the sighs, With cheery hellos and so...

  • Pain

    You sit on the edge of the bed, Wishing she wasn’t dead, You close your eyes, As all your insides fall to pieces, and you’ll just sit there wishing you could still make love. You can’t keep strong, tears just pour out of your eyes, You ca...

  • First Days Suck

    He sat in front of his blank canvas waiting for the live model to come in. He glanced around the room and studied the other artists. Some were yawning, some were anxious, some were trying to converse with others that didn’t show any interest in r...

  • Examples from Literature (Mature)

    With a slight touch of grim satisfaction, I surveyed the poor, writhing creature bound before me. “What do you want from me?” he demanded weakly, edging into the back of his folding chair. “A little reimbusement of sorts,” I rep...

  • Unusual Meeting Place

    She has that kind of stare that draws you forward, like a moth to a porch light. Maybe it’s the darkness of her eyes but that look is almost murderous. It makes you afraid to tell yourself she’s dressed to kill, because she is. It’s w...

  • Was it real?

    “Is this how you’ve always felt?” she choked, lump in her throat. The dry eyes on his vacant face were her answer. “Goodbye.”

    • Author: Scott
    • Posted about 5 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...

  • Hope in Questions

    The question barely leaves my lips, and I’m regretting giving voice to infantile fantasy. The odds are against it. Life would conspire to halt the very possibility. Great mountains of fate could very well crash down upon such vain hope. “Ex...

    • Author: THX 0477
    • Posted almost 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Take My Breath Away

    Madonna segued into Berlin, “Take My Breath Away”. We danced close as scenes from Top Gun played on a big screen at the end of the room. “Mmmm…” she murmured into my shoulder. “This is nice. I’ve missed this.”...

  • The Vixen (Mature)

    Floating gently in the pool, Brie ‘s fair hair spread around her full, moon-shaped face. She was quite plain looking – a poor freshman border who had taken refuge in my aunt’s two bedroom semi. Although I came to my aunt’s house...

    • Author: tinkerbelle
    • Posted almost 5 years ago.
    • 3 out of 5
  • brown eyed girl

    You know puppy dog eyes? The real kind, on a real puppy, might persuade you to bring him a treat or not to scold him after you find him chewing on the leg of your favorite chair. Those eyes on a little girl could convince you that maybe she really does...

    • Author: Sarah Jane
    • Posted almost 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • The Fire in Her Eyes

    It was raining. They gathered around her, huddling closer, hoping to catch a glace at her eyes, hoping she could warm them up with her stories. Most of them had no home. At least not one they could go back to. She sat on a log and started speaking, alm...

    • Author: Mars
    • Posted almost 5 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Eyes. Attempt 1.

    Josh never thought he was unique in any way. Nor did he appear that way doing homework. She leans back in the chair, “You know Josh, you should get rid of those glasses.” “Oh, yeah?” Josh says, righting himself to look over. ...

  • The Joys Of Selling Soft Drinks

    Students mill around me, old and young alike, a massive blur of navy blue and grey with outstretched hands. I struggle to take their grimy coins that no longer shine in the sunlight, while handing them soda cans dripping in moisture that was once ice c...

  • Tentacles versus Climbers

    The creatures milled about, their tentacles slithering across the marsh like wet spaghetti noodles. Every creature’s lone eye pointed in all directions, checking for threats, checking for friends. Now two creatures found each other. They locked e...

    • Author: Sam Ervin
    • Posted almost 5 years ago.
    • 3 out of 5
  • Those Roguish Eyes

    You catch only a glimpse at first, out of the cloudy corner of your vision: my bronze eyes framed by a wry smile as I regale the others at the pub with another amusing story. Your curiosity aroused, your head turns. Our gazes meet across the bar, and y...

    • Author: kaellinn18
    • Posted almost 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5