Stories tagged “hunger”

  • Tempting Dread

    Fingers tracing the journal’s cloth cover I wandered to the kitchen. Food seemed a possible remedy to the gnawing in my gut, though my minded chided me for such naive foolishness. Encumbering as it was, the book did not leave my hand while I prep...

    • Author: THX 0477
    • Posted almost 9 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Cold (Mature)

    I’m always so fucking cold. I’m always freezing- chilled to the bone. The kind of cold that feels like it will never go away. That’s the part that gets to me, more than anything else. More than the fatigue, the dizziness, my constant ...

    • Author: wytherwings
    • Posted almost 9 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Mmmm

    Oooh, I am hungry. Still hungry, even after our time together, and now my eye roves on. You were pleasant and all, and I know I said that you were mine and this: (us, together) was true love, but you’re easy to ignore now you’re inside me. ...

    • Author: Lighty
    • Posted over 7 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • It All Adds Up to Trouble (Day 19)

    “Stop pretending you’re asleep.” Agnes’ voice penetrated the thick comforter I had pulled over my head easier than any knife. I didn’t move. If I could just get back to sleep, she would go away. Even a witch wouldn’t...

  • (Day 10) Not Yet.

    The shadows all blended together and it seemed there was no end of light to give them strength. Swimming in the depths of his bed, Jason did his best to keep the shade and it’s brighter siblings from getting into his eyes. He had been here for tw...

  • Hot Food

    In the alley, Simon sildled past the fat lady splayed out drunk and snoring and smelling like cheap gin. He didn’t want to wake her. He’d done that the last time he’d taken the shortcut, and she was not a pleasant person when awakened...

    • Author: mrlizard
    • Posted almost 7 years ago.
  • The Face of Hunger

    Kiriko’s stomach growled.Lighting another cigarette, she took a drag and hoped the nicotine would stave off hunger for a little while longer. Rain pelted the over hang. She shivered. Across the street Ari, squatter and more peasant-like, stood on...