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FuzzballYou stumble into the darkness of your home after a horrid day at work, grateful to feel your cat's tongue slobbering over your hand affectionately. Then you remember that you don't have a cat.
Faery CirclesI watch the modern world pass me by, stretching bark-hardened arms--broken at the elbows, ligaments torn, fingers splayed in all directions--in a balmy breeze. Centuries ago, I stumbled into a faery circle; I wonder how many lost souls, like me, are still screaming.
Outside My Bedroom DoorI heard scratching and whimpering outside my bedroom door every night. The dog was chained in the yard; I lived alone.
Double Tap HU EditionDouble Tap: HU Special Addition
Clockwork: "Apologize" -Hollywood Undead
The girl once known as Natalie walked down the dimly lit street, her fur lined hoodie pulled up to conceal her face. A red liquid soaked the pockets of her jeans, the bloodied blades of her knives dripping the fluid into her pockets. The teenage woman heard sirens behind her, the reflections of the red and blue lights flashing in front of her. Her grin widened as she turned around, the lights echoing off of the small clock that replaced her left eye. "Miss, we're gonna have to ask you some questions back at the station." One of the officers stated, grabbing Clockwork's shoulder. With a lightning fast motion, the murderess shoved her knives into his chest, pulling the blades down and carving through his body. His friend raised his nine millimeter, but he was far too close for comfort. One of the serrated weapons landed in his wrist, and she used the handle to aim the weapon at the officer's head. She slammed her ot
Wild Vampire Chase I was twenty-two when I started chasing her. I'm thirty-two now, but still a few days shy of the ten year anniversary. She was my friend, the only one I had. She begged, pleaded to become one of them only to turn on the one who made her, killing him with one swift blow that tore his head from his neck. I, by her, was offered the gift of immortality, but saw that it might corrupt the mind, and tried to kill her, much as I didn't want to. She gave me something to remember her by before escaping. A small, curved scar on the side of my neck that was not intended to kill. A souvenir to always have with me. In the back of my mind, I'm glad she got away. I'm glad I didn't have to kill my friend.
Throughout the years, I followed her narrow path of blood. She was careful, but left me clues. On purpose, it turns out. She left me some friends to play with sometimes. They weren't nearly as strong as her, so my playmates easily became fertilizer. At least they decay fast e
Silence is GoldenJackson's eyes opened wide, awakening after a nightmare. He bolted straight up in his bed, a cold sweat broken over his body. The memory of that girl, that ghostly, terrifying girl began to fade from his mind. The football player breathed a sigh of relief, swinging his feet out of the bed and onto the cold, wooden floor of his bedroom. Pulling a white tank top on over his brown haired head, the highschooler stepped out of his room, walking down the stairs to the refridgerator to get a drink. As Jackson pulled a glass out and began filling it from the dispenser, his nose picked up a strange, alien aroma. Turning his head slightly, he noticed something sitting on the couch in his living room. Though it didn't look like either of his parents' figures, it seemed somehow... familiar. "Hello?" The feminine figure turned her head, and Jackson gasped at the demonic red orbs that looked back at him. "Good, I see you're awake Jackson. I needed you to see something I did for you." The figure stoo
CP ONE SHOT: I can't remember...Wesley never liked the forest, it always creeped him out. The run down barn, the leafless trees, the broken silos, it was all scary as fuck. And now he was stuck out here, forced to stay outside by his 'friends' to prove he wasn't a coward. It started when they pointed at a hanging canvas bag, dripping red fluid. Wesley had been confused by it, as he stood underneath it and watched the liquid drip down the trunk. He wasn't scared, just weirded out. That all changed when he felt breathing on the back of his neck. He turned around as fast as he could but whatever had been behind him disappeared. It startled him, and the young teen contemplated it as he walked through the trees and foliage. A white blur rushed in front of him, catching him off guard. "Who's there?! Show yourself!" The frightened teen turned on his flashlight and glanced around, panting in fear. The boy ran forward, the beam of light bouncing around wildly across the trees. Another tree, a bloodstained canvas bag hanging f
Double Tap Proxy EditionAlly the Slender Doll and Paranoia: "Last Resort" -Papa Roach
Ally faced her opponent, blood oozing out of several gashes in her side. Her vision blurred a bit as Paranoia was thrown away from the Rake, her muzzle shredded by the beast's sharp claws. The small brunette tried to pick herself up off the factory floor, but collapsed because of blood loss. The Slender Doll felt something beckoning from the shadows, pulling her into the dark embrace. Darkness shrouded from the area, covering Paranoia's body as well. A stirring from the epicenter of the blackest corner of the room caught the Rake's attention, the beast turning to face the creature inside of the shadow. Ally re-emerged, her mouth torn in a sadistic fashion, her eyes black and soulless. The Rake's eyes shifted down to her hands, taking in the cleavers in the claws of his enemy. A second being rose from the oozing penumbra, letting the darkness roll off of her figure. Her eyes were revealed first, thin, angry cat-like slits gla
HomesickI am the river's son,
my arteries flowing turquoise
and turning to rapids
rushing around my frame,
filling me with this sense
of buoyancy, minnows
tickling my sternum.
I am the river's son.
My palms caress each
silty shoreline, every
battered bank and bend,
and these places I know
so well become me
as my fingerprint,
even the bridge above me
inflamed by the afternoon
sun-glow, burning rusty and
the steel blue sky.
I am the river's son;
I bring my home along
like hermit crab,
where I step
I pull water from the earth.
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