Six Word Story - 1"Missing? But she's right here-" *click*
On crushes 2I do confesshe makes my heart flutter,but he still ismy fencing instructor.
On crushesInfatuationsencourage light flirtationsnot deep relations
Tradesman's Entrance"D'you get the feeling we're walking in circles, Master Finnegan?" Sedna asked, rubbing the green mould from his fingers onto his jeans. A hand print lay smack dab in the middle of the green-speckled stone tiles.Finnegan kept his gun aimed at the tiny Cat-rat nibbling at his boots, and fired. The beast's startled yelp was cut short as the bullet tore through its little heart; blood stained its fur a deep red, almost black under the faint firelight. The rebirth god stepped over the body and walked ahead. "If I see our starting landmark, I swear I'm going to blow a new exit through the ceiling," he muttered.Sedna skipped over, his sword hilt scraping loudly against the low ceiling. He paused, then shifted the sword away from his neck to the edge of his shoulder. "Sounds like a great idea, Master Finnegan. Could we do that now?""Dying to get buried alive in rubble, aren't you?""I dunno, Master Finnegan, I don't think my sword can last if this keeps up." Sedna picked off a cobweb from
101 Words - 4See those wisps, floating away.That delicate white ring ripped apart - oh look it's broken. Rise higher. Dragged up kicking and screaming. Has it stopped struggling? I think it has. A drowned corpse bloated with air, it rises to the surface of the sky.Fingers oustretched, trying to touch it. It looks opaque, solid - grab it. It slips through the cracks. Don't go, I want to say. Catch it, swallow it. Chew it, savour it. Linger not in the stars or in the clouds outside, but in the cracks and corners within me.Bye bye, I never knew you.