Stories tagged “glow”

  • Inside the belly

    It had been a long time since Jonas had been on The Inscrutable, but he remembered her well. And that bastard, Leer. It had taken Jonas years, YEARS, to learn to walk again after what Leer had pulled on their last ‘adventure’ together. R...

  • Not a firefly

    Tucker stood in his fields as the sun was about to disappear on the horizon. After a long day of harvesting, he was tired but felt great. His corn crop once sold would bring in a lot of money this year. Tucker couldn’t ask for a better harvest. H...

  • Quick little sucker

    Tucker started to follow the strange glow through his crops. He could barely see as it was getting too dark, but he could keep up with whatever it was that was glowing in his fields. Tucker was starting to get pissed off as each time he would get close...

  • Guess who's coming to dinner?

    Tucker took off his boots outside then entered the kitchen door. Brenda was setting a small basket of biscuits on the table. “What was all that about?” “I don’t know,” Tucker said walking to the sink to wash his hands. ...

  • We need to talk

    Brenda screamed as a large gust of wind blew in past the glow into the kitchen. “Get the kids outta here!” Tucker yelled as Brenda ducked, grabbed the kids and ran out of the kitchen into the living room. Tucker grabbed a steak knife and he...

  • Here's lookin' at you kid

    Tucker rubbed his eyes as he laid there on his kitchen floor, he couldn’t believe what he was seeing. The world was still there, his kitchen, his family in the next room, his farm, but it all looked different. It was as if someone or something tu...

  • You came at a bad time

    “What the hell?” Tucker was angry, he felt like this “thing” was violating his wife by appearing just like her. “We do apologize Tucker, we thought being in this form would be easier for you,” Fake Brenda said. ̶...

  • You never smile. (Mature)

    It was unfortunate that I can’t read minds. I’m a paranoid creature, always suspecting infidelity, no matter what. We weren’t even officially a couple yet (I didn’t think), but that wasn’t stopping my mind from skipping do...

    • Author: Bella
    • Posted almost 9 years ago.
  • And Then She Did That Orange, Glowy Thing

    “This thing hasn’t run in fifteen years,” I reminded her. She didn’t look up, still fiddling with the fan belt. “We should have left days ago,” I continued, “but you insisted –” “Rubber mallet,” she...

    • Author: Eckhouse
    • Posted almost 9 years ago.
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