Stories tagged “girl”

  • Somebody Like You

    “Hop in!” he smiled as they approached his red pickup truck. She slid in as he started the engine. “What cha wanna listen to?” he grinned, just excited about the drive they were about to embark on. “Keith Urban!” she...

  • Perfect Happiness

    Opening her eyes, she saw all the colors of the sky, “We’re just in time for the sunset!” He smiled, “You wanna watch it from the truck?” “I have a better idea,” she beamed & took his hand “C’mo...

  • What I Wish Would Happen (Part II: Jane Explains)

    Is this a dream? Did I fall asleep? I can’t help but wonder as she hangs up her jacket on the back of my door. “So,” I say, breaking the silence. “Why are you here? How are you?” I silently kick myself for sounding so awkw...

    • Author: Mackizme
    • Posted almost 5 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • The Fan

    I watched her face, it was a deer in headlights, but with a twinge of, “I can’t believe this is happening!” I love that. Not that people should be excited to see me, I could care less. It’s the fact that a song I wrote years ago...

    • Author: Steve Saylor
    • Posted almost 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Scream Loud for Noone to Hear

    She saw his face so clearly. His blue eyes, his dark skin, his messy brown hair. She saw him so clearly. His passionate eyes, his loving hands, his sweet words, his beautiful heart. She woke up screaming again with her fingers like claws dug into her c...

  • Might Pay Attention Today

    Keeping my headphones on, I lay my head on the desk. This will do until the teacher notices. Soon enough I look up to see my fat, old history teacher next to my desk. “Erica Chevel!” He yells my name as if I don’t see him there. I sit...

  • Double Take

    I jump in the car and back out of the driveway, glad to have something to take my mind off…things. And I’m worried about Gabe. And guilty that it was my voice that interrupted what should have been his moment with Austin… whatever it ...

    • Author: Mackizme
    • Posted almost 5 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Desk #9: Juan de Silva

    Juan de Silva sat in the back of the classroom, mercifully forgotten. After the label of the foreigner had lost its luster in the eyes of his less tactful peers, Juan found solace in sinking into the woodwork. It was nice there; the echoes of “Jo...

  • White Tank Top in A Red Pickup Truck

    “Well it looks like it’s just you and me kiddo,” he smiled as they were the only two people of the youth group that had gone to Church that morning, “What cha wanna do?” “Well I’m gonna change outta these stuf...

  • What I Wish Would Happen (Part V: You Are Everything)

    An alarm bell is clanging somewhere in my head. I ignore it. It continues to blare. She doesn’t really love you. You’re just second best. I am reluctant to react. It takes all the self-control I possess to tear myself away from her. “...

    • Author: Mackizme
    • Posted almost 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • First Love, First Broken Heart Seres. 1

    How did I get here? With a broken heart? It’s a very good question isn’t it. I had the world and I lost it all in a split second. This guy worshiped me and loved me for who I was. He made me feel like I could fly and made me feel like I was...

  • Winged Girl

    I breathed in deeply, taking in the crisp fall air. I dipped my left wing, and turned towards the cliff top. I pumped my wings faster, increasing my speed, and loving every second of it. I laughed out in joy. There was nothing better than soaring throu...

  • It Took One Day

    It took one day for my life to change. One day to feel the fireworks and shockwaves. One day for me to fall for you. One month to finally say it. Two months to know what it feels like to really miss you. Many months for my love to grow very strong. Six...

  • Plucky Is As Plucky Does

    Our plucky heroine… Teffin didn’t feel very plucky. Some days she did, and in fact it was practically a one word summation of her idiom. Eight miles out into the woods near her home, late at night, and in the beginning throws of a Texas siz...

    • Author: THX 0477
    • Posted almost 5 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Some Mistakes Cost a Fifth (Mature)

    The bible fell to the floor. The exorcism wasn’t working. We needed to try something else before it was too late. On blood stained sheets, the little girl we were trying so desperately to save writhed around, face contorted with demonic rage. She...

  • The Dark Child

    Bullets flew up from the street, whipping their way through the rain towards Melia and her sister. Words of derision followed the lead maelstrom but lost meaning in the wind. Hands and face pale with fear, Melia gripped the metal supports to the sign a...

    • Author: THX 0477
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Addiction

    I paced back and forth on top of the shattered parts of, what used to be, the fine China. I kept telling myself not to call. He had to call me first; he had to show me that he cared, even a little, about me. The littlest glimmer of hope would keep me g...

    • Author: Mr.Gabriel
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • The Beginning of the Night

    Both of her parents were out of town that weekend, so it startled her even worse when she heard an obknoxious noise coming from the room down the hall, especially at the late hour that it was. It sounded like the window had opened for the rain outside ...

  • Deep Blue

    Aaron gained enough strength to raise his blue eyes to hers. “What, happened?” After a few moments he breathed the words, “Help me,” to her. She put his arm around her and led him to the bathroom where she set him down easi...

  • Spirit

    Slowly, she led him back to her bedroom. He was so hard to support because of his height, but she managed. She layed him down on the bed and took his shoes off for him. While she was adjusting the pillows behind his head, he opened his eyes again to lo...

  • There Are Two Kinds of Pain

    His smile faded once he noticed a tear run down her face. Her lips began to twitch slightly as if she were talking without sound. When he saw more tears slide down her cheek, he forced himself to sit up. He slowly and painfully moved his body into the ...

  • Trapped In the Elevator

    “Can you not touch me? Thanks.” “I’m not touching you!” “The ugly heat from your dirty hands is touching my skin.” “PMS much?” “It’s not PMS, it’s your annoying presence.” &#...

    • Author: Mr.Gabriel
    • Posted over 4 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • I Have Felt Being Loved

    Being Loved, I have felt it so. It was a path very unknown. I walked and felt the glow, Of the sun, warming every bone. The beautiful rose I gathered, And the thorns never stung me. It seemed immortal and vividly colored With more than the eyes could s...

  • Walking Scruffy (Part One)

    Funny the way it is, how we are all liars. We constantly walk and pass by acquaintances. They always ask us how we are, but they might as well just shove the word down our throats. “Good,” I say. Just like everyone else. Lying—it’s the on...

  • Walking Scruffy (Part Two)

    Sadly for him, I am still alive, feeling each drop of condensation on my face. My head gently moves upward in order to avoid the wet impact, but my eyes almost inevitably begin to wander. “Amy” is walking hand-in-hand with her new boyfriend. I try ...