Stories tagged “imprisonment”

  • Connection

    It’s two o’clock in the morning and I’ve been at this for hours. There is a chair, and I am sitting in it. There is a small off-white colored room, and I am sitting on a chair inside of the room. There is a door, and it is locked. The...

  • Here Comes the Rain Again

    She glared back at me. “I told you it was an accident! It’s all because you kissed me and then stared right into my eyes. I wasn’t prepared for that! I told you I was deep, and you said you’d take that chance.” I winced. S...

  • The Tracks of My Tears

    Another hour passed, and Jackie hadn’t returned. I messed up, and I messed up big. I knew Jackie was an amazing girl; that’s why I kissed her, after all. But until she had pulled me into her little mental dimension, I don’t think I re...

    • Author: Tezrak
    • Posted about 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • My Side of the Mountain

    There were some old, spooky-looking books at one end of the shelf—with heavy bindings and even padlocks. I was almost positive they were just props—from what I’ve read, inside your head is the last place you’d want to keep the Necronomi...

  • It's a Beautiful Morning

    Sunlight shot into the cabin through one of the windows, causing me to sit up with a start. The fact that I was inside the mental dimension of a lovely yet powerful sorceress notwithstanding, I must’ve fell asleep while I was reading. I guess tim...

    • Author: Tezrak
    • Posted about 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Company for Breakfast

    The island was slightly larger than it looked from the shore, and consisted of a beach around a small copse of trees. In the middle of the trees was a picnic table, and someone had laid out a breakfast consisting of assorted pastries and a pitcher of o...

  • Into the Blue Again

    “So what happens now?” I asked, after we’d finished with breakfast and put everything away. “Well, I could keep you here forever,” Jackie admitted. “It would be nice to have someone there whenever I daydreamed…R...

  • I Can't Get Her Out of My Mind

    Any notions that it might have been a dream were dispelled when I had to go across town to pick up my car from Skinny’s. Jackie never did tell me how she’d gotten back to my place without it—she just said she didn’t have the keys. I...

  • Woman in Chains

    “So…what exactly is going on here?” I asked. Jackie sat on a dusty sofa. “Mom said that since I didn’t respect your human rights, I have to be punished. So I’m to stay in here for at least twenty-four hours, until such t...

  • An Organized Mind

    My memories were a bit blurry when I woke up, but not so blurry I couldn’t remember the broad, uh, strokes. As I drew water and shaved, I turned my attention inward, to where Jackie was sleeping on the couch. She looked happy. I was glad of that

  • An Eternity, Just Like Before

    I’ve always been alone. Only difference now is that I no longer have a choice in the matter. The loneliness, the silence, the mind-numbing boredom; I was well adjusted to all that and more before I started this. My ‘free range incarceration...

  • Ficlets Synopsis: Marauded!

    Chain 1: http://ficlets.ficly.com/stories/873 Chain 2: http://ficly.com/stories/8322 Hacker chick Jeanette Leroq was absorbed into the upholstery of her getaway cab, and woke in what seemed to be her own room, under a compulsion to hack websites over a...

  • Aegis Interrogation

    \Don’t all you bots have code-names? It’s “Karma,” if you must know. But I still think of myself as Matthew Karson. \So you just took the first syllables of your name for your codename. Cute. Run over any dogmas lately? Ha ha. N...

  • Pardon Me, But Would You Have Any Grey Energon?

    “I found you rather charming, actually, if a bit naive,” the newcomer said in a cultured male voice. His gun never wavered. From the assortment of car part junk hanging off of him, I judged he might turn into a limousine or other Grey Poupo...

  • Starfall?

    A glowing ball hurtled toward the planet with tremendous speed. From far away it looked like a shooting star but it wasn’t just a random chunk of falling rock. It was a sphere of light that moved with singular purpose. Someone or something direct...

  • Strangers And Family

    I could have dealt with the punishment. I could have lived with myself if they told me to let go of the person I held so close. It would have been alright. That small infant was the only friend I had. The only real thing in the whole cement block that ...

  • (6) Confined Sunshine

    Who goes in the shadows? You there. Are you there? where black hole’s freeze the rolling waves and warm breeze of time’s coastline? Tied-tight-n-outta-sight in no time. That’s why I’m unconfined—— so is your mind. We’re not bein...