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Those Above Us Chapter Five Those Above Us Chapter Five
They looked human. I really wanted to say that they did but I couldn’t shake that terrible feeling of the differences in our physical appearance. Size alone. Like I said there were three of them and all of them looked human. They certainly weren’t like the one from the picture. They looked like people I would have gone to school with. Other than the size difference. There were two girls, both around seventeen or eighteen feet tall, so I was right around their knees but the boy with them, he was taller and he was thicker. He didn’t look necessarily cruel but the look in his eyes, he was obviously curious.
I tried not to embarrass myself in front of the tall creatures. The looked my age after all, so I waved at them with what I hoped was a welcoming smile.
“Hi,” I said carefully and backed up slightly as the three of them came close to the gate.
One of the girls smiled down at
Holding Collette: Chapter ThreeHolding Collette: Chapter Three
Several weeks went by and the two continued to text back and forth. Dallas was nervous that by admitting he was lonely that the stranger would stop talking to him, but the following morning his heart was set at ease as he turned on his phone to see if Collette had texted him back.
I’m lonely too. So much that I bet you couldn’t even understand.
He wanted to sing. This girl…she hadn’t laughed at him or told him to cheer up. For weeks, even days after his mother had passed so many of his friends had told him to get over it or understand that death is simply another part of life. Like he didn’t know that. But it was one thing to preach and listen, it was quite another to go through such a hardship. Collette’s answer had pleasantly surprised him, and even his father had asked him, “what the hell are you smiling about?” when he saw him a few days later.
It was ama
Night Life: Chapter 5All of Ziana's senses were flipped upside-down and rattled violently. For a few horrifying moments, she couldn't see which way was up. Every passing second sent a spasm of pain through her burning lungs. Choking on water, she clawed her arms in the direction of the distant red-orange sunset sky overhead.
After what felt like a few lifetimes, her head finally burst through the surface of the pool. She coughed and gasped. Water spurted out of her mouth. Her throat felt raw as she took in panicked gulps of air. Kicking her legs to remain afloat, she swiped her drenched brown hair from her eyes, looking around with pure terror.
A few colossal beings, four to be exact, occupied the pool along with her. However, they seemed to have not noticed her sudden presence. Two of them were young women, casually floating around and carrying a conversation. The other two were a boy and a girl, children splashing around and tackling each other into the water.
Despite the giants being on the other side o
A Survivor Among ManyStarted 6/29/11
Zane couldn't remember how long he had been out here in this desert. It felt like it had been for days, but he knew better than that. One look at the sun and he knew that the heat only made it feel like it was soaking up more hours of his energy and strength, but he had to continue. Here this 25-year-old was, stuck on a strange planet in a hopefully-not-deserted area by himself what great fun that was.
He snorted and lifted his fabric clad arms to cross them, glancing around as he stepped into his assigned city. Or perhaps it was more appropriate to call it a wasteland. This city wasn't like his, let alone his size. This city was on Earth the first dying planet in this solar system. The plants and other life seemed to flourish on this planet, but not the life that his people were looking for.
His people were the Nowa, simply put they were set to be the protectors of this planet as soon as life like theirs was found here. His planet, called the Yunion, was far
Timely Incarcerations: Chapter ThreeTimely Incarcerations: Chapter Three
"Did I say something wrong?" Vance asked when he saw her smile face again. He hated to see it go, but something was bothering her now.
"No, it's nothing that you said it's just "
"I think Jason is going to take extra good care of this memory. He told me that it would be easy to remove most of this. The way he was talking it was like I wasn't even going to want to remember. But I do."
"I want you to also," Vance said, starting to reach for her, but thought better of it.
"But honestly, he..." she trailed off and tried to smile it away. "I'll try my best to remember, okay?"
He'd caught what she said. He was willing to let little things go, but this was obviously bugging her. "Honestly, he...what?"
She waved her hands around, standing up in her bed. "Ha, it's really nothing. So tell me some of the things you plan to do once you're home again,"
Nellie O'Nine and the Giants PART 4"Colton!! I told you to hold on to Nellie!" His mom turned around to yell at him.
He felt the pressure on his stomach as Nellie shrunk back into him trying to get away from the angry mom in front of her. He laughed out loud and everyone stared at him dumbfounded as he said, "mom now YOU are scaring Nellie."
His mom looked taken aback as she looked down at the small girl and her gaze changed completely. "Oh I'm sorry Nellie I didn't mean to over react like that."
"I-It's alright," she managed to stutter out.
Sighing with defeat Mrs. H turned back around and said with her back to them. "Lift Nellie up off of your lap and try and relax your arms so they aren't tense when we hit a bump."
Taking her directing, Nellie felt Colton relax his arms and hold her out away from him.
Dr. H started the car again and started to pull forward slowly. The jostling wasn't so bad thanks to Mrs. H's direction she barely moved when they hit bump after bump that caused everyone else to leap up out of their se
Back to School: Chapter FourBack To School Chapter Four
Carson desperately wanted the hurt not to read so obviously on his face but for Shawn to take anything away from his confession, to only speak about how things could be easy bothered him to the core. "I'm not doing this for fun, Shawn," he said, completely serious. He pulled his hand back when he felt her trying to push away and nodded to her. "I understand though..." He happened to glance up in time to see Trish give Ed a light peck on top of his head. "Tell me when you've made a decision, ok?"
"I just want to think about it," she said, her voice getting a bit quiet. "I mean, with what happened at the diner...I don't know if I can deal with stuff like that. I mean, you didn't even notice." She frowned slightly. "I want to, but I just need to think about it." She started walking towards Trish and Ed. "Do you still want to hang out with them?" Sh
Medved' Beis- Chapter 14 Kaelin hadn’t ever considered herself afraid of heights. For this, she was grateful, for as she clutched Ruyak’s thick, wiry fur and took in the cloudy landscape around her, the thought of the ground dozens of feet below was remarkable rather than frightening. She was distracted briefly by the beautiful mountains, then she noticed Ruyak scanning them carefully.
“What are you looking for?” Kaelin asked him. She leaned forward to try to see his face.
“Anything, really,” he mumbled.
“How about I get down and look for food, and you look for shelter,” Kaelin suggested. “You’re the one who needs to fit into it, anyway.”
“Alright,” said Ruyak. He took a last, slow look all around him, then fell back onto all fours. “I think I saw some cliffs a little to the north.”
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