Stories tagged “fallen”

  • Fallen City

    A boy wandered through a field of ruins, using great stone blocks as stepping stones. “Careful, Denny!” The old man called out. He was busy recording the glyphs on a fallen tower. He finished quickly and stuffed the paper in his exceptional...

    • Author: Olivaw
    • Posted over 9 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 1)

    He woke up in a grimy concrete room lit only with a dirty, dim light bulb. His head throbbed and he could taste blood in his mouth. What the…? He felt the warm, sticky liquid soak into his pale hand. He squinted up at the light bulb, trying to figure...

  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 2)

    “Oh my, this is going quite nicely!” Dr. Ochentaker stood on his stool and rubbed his hands together like any normal, crazy, lunatic mad scientist would when he’s accomplished a new evil deed. The flash bulb went off, a poof of smoke, and a smart...

  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 3)

    Yes, you may have ripped out my wings, but that doesn’t mean I’m not still an Angelle, Basil thought, glaring at wherever the creepy and mysterious voice was coming from. “You won’t find us, Basil. You shall never see us. We will always remain ...

  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 4)

    “Do you think this is the key to our problem, Frido?” The scientist leapt down from his stool in anger. “I told you never to use that name! It’s Dr. Ochentaker! For the love of God…” He strutted across the room on his small legs and walked ...

  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 5)

    Basil fell asleep against the dirty wall out of sheer exhaustion. But apparently, the perky mystery woman enjoyed bothering him. “Oh, Baaaasilll,” she said sweetly, waking him up. When he only stirred, she shouted, “Basil! It’s time to get up!!...

  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 6)

    “What do you mean, stop talking?” Loretta stepped away from the mike and focused her sharp pink eyes on the short frame of Dr. Ochentaker. “He needs to rest so he doesn’t completely die off from exhaustion!” Loretta sighed. “Well, I’m sor...

  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 7)

    Basil assumed it was the next day. There was no way to tell in his dank, dark, lonely prison. “Basil, we will be moving you to a different room now. You can have some company!” the woman’s shrill voice said. Oh great, he thought, company. Probabl...

  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 8)

    “Do you really think that was smart, Frido?” Dr. Ochentaker turned around slowly and glared at Loretta through his small bifocals. “For the love of God, Loretta! No more FRIDO !” “Oops! I, I mean, I’m so sorry!” stammered Loretta. She ner...

  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 9)

    Basil stared at the strange winged girl across the room from him. What is she doing here? Why didn’t they take her wings off? he thought. She stared back at him, pressing her hands against the glass wall, not saying anything. Basil limped over to her...

  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 10)

    “Okay, Loretta! Enough!” Loretta looked over at Frido, and let the lever fall back to the neutral position. “But I was having so much fun! It was so very much better than I expected!” Frido chuckled. “Ah, yes, there’s no feeling at all in t...

  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 11)

    Sloan entered the room, numb. She had done this too many times. All the lies, all the acting, always having to be on her guard so they wouldn’t kill her. There was a boy standing on the other side of the room, behind the glass. She felt like she was ...

  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 12)

    “Now it’s your turn, Sloan, dear!” cackled Dr. Ochentaker. He was in the control room opposite that of the one Loretta was in. This control room operated the machinery in the room of the girl Angelle. He watched her body start to convulse as the ...

  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 13)

    Sloan tried to remove her hands from the glass, but she could no longer control her muscles. She was extremely stiff, and she felt like she was part of the glass. “Now it’s your turn, Sloan, dear!” Dr. Ochentaker’s voice echoed throughout the c...

  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 14)

    Dr. Ochentaker jumped as the shriek pierced his concentration. He recognized that scream, a scream he had only heard once before. It was Loretta. He burst out of his chair, and pushed the sliding door open by force. He cursed his short legs as he ran d...

  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 15)

    Basil was collapsed on the floor and gasping for air when the electricity stopped surging through him. The female’s voice emitted a high-pitched, deafening scream. After the scream, he heard muffled voices like someone accidentally left the PA system...

  • Pushed Me Off

    I walk to the edge of the cliff, Just so you can see, That I’m for real, I’m not messing with ur head. But as soon as I get to the end, I look over the side just to see my fate if I fall, Then u come up behind me & say, “See ya su...

  • True Love?

    I’ve never felt like this before. Ever. My love for you is totally overwhelming, swallowing me like that biblical whale Jonah once knew. I think of you and I smile. I see you and I smile. We hold each other and I smile. When I leave you it’...

  • Fallen Daisies (1)

    “Oops!” Alice mumbled as she tripped over a tree root. She could see the meadow off in the distance; hear the bees buzzing and the little brook bubbling. In the dark forest, shafts of light peeked like little children through the thick canopy. Stro...

  • Fallen Daisies (2)

    There were still patches where they had been pushed to the ground by animals that used them as resting places. The peaceful atmosphere strongly contrasted the memories it brought. He was perfect. Maybe not to everyone, but for Alice, he was her soul ma...

  • Fallen Daisies (3)

    He was gone because of her, no matter what people told her. ‘It’s not your fault, to road was icy, there was nothing you could do, you’re lucky to have survived!’ Alice still felt responsible for Ben’s death. She would rather have died with h...

  • Fallen Daisies (4)

    As she turned into their street, the wheels of the car skidded on the slippery road and the car went hurtling into one of the apartment blocks, passenger side first. Alice tried to regain control, but there was nothing she could do. In the split second...

  • Fallen Daisies (5)

    Warm, salty droplets trickled down her pale cheeks and fell into the ground. She ran her fingers over the bumpy scabs on her legs, and, with a force she was unaccustomed to, ripped them open. Her blood mingled with her tears on the muddy ground as she ...

  • Falling Apart Versus Fell

    Jenkins broke another clipboard yesterday. Someone threw a mouse and took out an ‘Exit’ sign. I think I heard Mallowitz crying in her cubicle on Friday. They fired Molly last Tuesday; nobody knows why. The Thursday on my desk calendar is mo...

    • Author: THX 0477
    • Posted almost 5 years ago.