'My stomach caved in with an eerie force... the effect of the last sunset I will ever see.'
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Eternal Darkness was something the witch had promised for thousands of years. Though after she was banished nobody really took it seriously. Now it has been hundred years since her banishing and life is great... for everyone else. I'm what people call a 'Death Seeker' but not only is that inaccurate, it is offensive. I don't seek death, death just follo0ows me around. Let's see if I can explain, w...
*warning sexual assault, suicidal *
Her stomach caved in with an eerie force…the effect of the last sunset she would ever see. She decided she was going to do it, bite the bullet. She couldn’t take it anymore, and at this point anything was better then this.
She has no idea how long it had been, how many days she’d been gone from reality and forced into this new one…How long it had been since s...
My stomach caved in with an eerie force… the effect of the last sunset I will ever see.
I always loved the sun, going down to the local cove and soaking it up on the beach.
It was the best.
But that all changed when I met them. There were four in total, four very attractive men that I met walking the streets at 1am. Anyone and their mother would tell me it was a bad idea to engage with them. ...
My stomach caved in with an eerie force… the effect of the last sunset I will ever see. My heart thuds inside my chest; full of longing to see more sunsets, and sunrises, and rain showers, and flowers blooming in the field, and leaves changing colors on the trees, and, and, and… The longing inside me is like a physical pain, a wound deep inside. It cannot be healed.
I sigh as I turn away from th...
My stomach caved in with an eerie force… the effect of the last sunset I will ever see. I guess reality just never set in until now. I’ve know for a while that this day would come, I guess I just always thought it may not. As I sit in this hospital bed, gazing out at the sunset over the mountain, I wonder if perhaps my last six months could have been spent better. Two of them I just laid in bed an...
With rays of heat
Thankful we met
Chance meet and greet
Time is fleeting
Where do the seconds go
Pondering on our meeting
Happiness we know
Then comes the end
At last as we know it
No longer can mend
Trying not to show it
No waking tomorrow
This day is now done
No time for sorrow
In this life, I won
The day before it all began
I dreamt a dream that told me so
The past, in death still lingered on
To hold a space no longer longed
I fixed my gaze on after more
To thoughts and heights unimaginable
I see a time only I could be
A fate in destiny born to me
To take the world
And breathe it free...
My stomach caved with an eerie force… the effect of the last summer I will ever see. It was like this for everyone who had been attacked.. Their knees always aching. Stumbling into the walls. But for me… it was different. The high winds screamed at my ears, and the blankets of pounding, cold rain dappled my head with wetness. Soon, I was on the ground, and the last thing I saw… was the sun of the ...
The feeling of elation vanquished my whole body. A truly life or death piece of paper, The letter for my admittance into the U.S Navy. As I pack my bag ready to be deployed. There’s my family sunshines on their faces and proud tears falling down their cheeks. It was obvious even though they were happy, negative thoughts of my demise clouded their minds. Couldn’t help to think about the
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