Stories tagged “fight”

  • The Saga Begins

    The secret underground chamber that housed the Order of the Beta Testers was rocked by an explosion. Small rocks and debris fell from the ceiling. “Already?” Kevin shouted angrily. “We’re already under attack?!” The writer...

    • Author: Lone Writer
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • No Greater Cause

    “You can’t just go riding off to a war which you will most certainly loose.” The female warrior looked her father in the eye. “Will you provide an army to aid us?” she asked, turning and walking slowly toward the balcony&#...

  • To Whatever End

    Still now, the maiden asked, “And what would I do at this time for the cause of faith, Reverend?” “Obey your mother and your -” She turned. “Honor. I am to honor them, and this I will do for the first soldier that I slay o...

  • The Choice of Flight

    So my fist met his face, and I almost felt the need to apologize, like someone might if a dog jumped on a neighbor. I’m so sorry, I don’t know what my fist was doing. It never behaves like this. It won’t happen again. But was I sorry?...

  • The Warning

    She laid her hands On me That last time I was sick Tired I drew the line I don’t know what Went through her head She laughed the way She usually did But this time I was serious Just because I’m Different than her Doesn’t mean she has ...

  • Fight!

    “Oh snap!” someone in the crowd around us yells. The milk drips off of Maria’s chin, forming a puddle on the ground beneath her. I shake the rest out of the bottle, spraying her shirt. She stares at me angrily, building up her anger. ...

  • The Queen's Wrath

    The driver pulls back the reins, and the carriage comes to a stop with a plodding of hooves and a stirring of dust and dirt. The horses’ nostrils flare and they whinny nervously. The group of men on horseback surround the cart, demanding the driv...

    • Author: NinjaChicken
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • las dos Españas, Part 1

    The two men stood in the clearing staring at each other intently. Their gaze was transfixed on their opposer across an invisible line. Every slight movement from one provoked an equivalent defensive response from the other. When one took on a threateni...

    • Author: cyko149
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
  • las dos Españas, Part 2

    Vicente again closed the distance between them and attempted to strike. This time, however, Francisco had prepared for his attack and struck the elbow of his outstretched arm. A cracking noise and pained scream confirmed the success of his counterattac...

    • Author: cyko149
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
  • las dos Españas, Part 3

    Francisco attempted to put distance between them to give him a moment to regain his composure, but Vicente continued wading after him. Vicente prepared for a final devastating blow, bringing his weapon down with a great force. The attack missed broadly...

    • Author: cyko149
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
  • las dos Españas, Part 4

    Vicente spat out a tooth and returned by hitting the hand holding the instrument which had struck him. Two of Francisco’s fingers were bent into an unnatural position form the blow, but he was able to hold onto his club with by tightening his grasp w...

    • Author: cyko149
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
  • I'll Take an Argument and a Break-Up, To Go (Mature)

    “Damnit, why won’t you just tell me what’s wrong?” “You should know, you’re the one that did it?” “Arrg. I hate hate HATE it when you do this do me. Just fucking spit it out, or drop it. But don’t h...

    • Author: Sam Ervin
    • Posted over 9 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • The Countdown the the Derby Begins

    Sophia Newman. 17. Daughter of the rich horse manager Richard Newman. Single. That is all people saw when they saw the young lady in public. This was her life, a life she hated. Everyone believe that, being the daughter of a man that has taken many hor...

  • War Amongst Impossibles (poetry Challange)

    Weaponhadrays cuckooed firedetonrees amongst Liver Bush, and the screams of Liverinians made the entire world go hush. Blood formed clouds weeping for all life in life. The sounds, the hush, the firedetonrees, A chaos of things, brought on by knife an...

    • Author: DirtMap
    • Posted over 9 years ago.
  • Not Your Average Street Bum (Mature)

    “Hey, Borracho, over here! Give me one of them beers,” Chucho said, flicking his cigarette at me. “Take them all. I don’t want no trouble. " “But you just found trouble,” Chucho replied, grabbing the six-pack of...

  • 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...

  • 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 ...

  • She Won't

    “Damnit, why won’t you just tell me what’s wrong?” “You should know, you’re the one that did it!” “Arrg. I hate hate HATE it when you do this do me. Just fucking spit it out, or drop it, or SOMETHING. But don’t hang it over my fucking...

    • Author: Sam Ervin
    • Posted over 9 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Vigil

    My eyes feel dry. When they’re closed, they feel warm and wet. Every so often, I’m having to sit up straight or flinch a couple dozen times, or maybe stand up and walk around a little. We’re offering fake smiles to each other, everyon...

    • Author: Keith
    • Posted over 9 years ago.
  • Excuse me (Mature)

    The Judge looked very pissed off. “Ignorance is no excuse, Mr. Fletch.” “Ignorance is no excuse?” I repeated, thinking to myself. “Of course it’s a fucking excuse. What the hell are you people on? You think it’...

  • Closet Chronicles 1

    I hear wailing sounds coming from the closet. The crying of a newborn. I slowly walk down the hallway and turn the handle, letting in only a crack of light. And I see my mother. Except, she looks much younger. The wrinkles around her eyes are not as pr...

    • Author: Sam Ervin
    • Posted over 9 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Hidden Agenda

    Fifteen year old Danny Stone, called Rock by his friends, had a secret. It was 4:30pm when The Stone, signed off with his bros, and entered his brownstone house. “Ma, I’m home,” he called out. “You’re late. You’d bet...

  • The Fires of Hades

    He stood there panting, watching, waiting. Every muscle in his body was alight with a teatherball yellow flame from effort. Blood slid down the blade and splashed like sand into a small pool. The demon watched him, searching him for weakness. The other...

    • Author: Ronnie
    • Posted over 9 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • The Eternal Struggle

    The morning air was light and crisp, the warm scent of prairie grass accenting it. I adjust my hat, the sun’s too damn bright today. The weight of my bandolier is as reassuring as an old friend. He’s been on my trail for a good four hours n...

    • Author: Blankspace
    • Posted over 9 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5