You are forced to spend the night in your car in the centre of a busy city.
Write a story about the experiences you have and people you see throughout the course of the night.
“Okay. We can still talk about this.” Pliao said nervously to Hioana.
“It’s too late for that. Sioa.”
Sioa immediately pulled him towards the door. “Come on.” She growled. “Stop resisting!”
She eventually got him out the door.
Once they disappeared, Hioana sank to the floor. “I still can’t believe it.” She sobbed.
Just then the tall man came into the room. “You alright? I saw them walk out of...
Hioana stepped calmly into her apartment. Then she kicked the coffee table angrily.
"Why me?" She shouted.
"What happened, babe?" Her husband poked out from the kitchen. "And take it easy on the coffee table."
"We're getting evicted!" Hioana cried.
"What? How?" Her husband stepped fully out of the kitchen.
"I don't know! The owner just told me as I was coming up here!" She growled, kicking th...
It was an unexpected turn of events that found me stranded in the heart of a bustling city, forced to spend the night in the confines of my car. As darkness descended upon the streets, I braced myself for the challenges and experiences that lay ahead.
The city, usually a cacophony of noise and movement, seemed to take on a different persona under the cover of night. The streets, once crowded with...
It was locked, the car door couldn't and wouldn't budge, I couldn't escape the Uber, and the Uber driver said that he needed gas so we had stopped at a gas station, and then he said that it is a rough part of town so just before he closed the car door he locked the Uber with his keys, which are oddly the only thing that could lock and unlock the car. And right after he did that he walked to go and...
My humble abode
Just me and everything I owned
So far from home
The great big city I roam
Left with only my car
Wishing upon star by star
To have enough to eat
My warm bed a backseat
People pass by
Some walk past and sigh
Others offer kindness
I’m grateful for their status blindness
So, yes I live in a big city
But my life isn’t ideal or pretty
What I wouldn’t give to be a part of this city
I knew the door would be locked when I got home. Curfew was 9, and by the time I dropped off Steenie and came home it was 15 after. Last time I tried the door after curfew I woke her up and was kicked out the whole weekend, so it was easier to tell her I slept over at Steenie’s instead....
Friday is kissing close to Saturday and the clubs are too close with their music and bodies packed in too tight, spilling over to the streets. You: are huddled underneath a blanket in the backseat, too broke for a hotel, too broke to join the fun, hoping your bladder holds until it’s quieter out there. You don’t want to deal with the horde of drunk people passing the car, all of them loud and thre...
Stuck… stuck in this car again. How does this keep happening? My therapist says that it is flash backs. Every time I am stressed or scared I end up here, in a small dirty car radio playing my voice but wrong. I would turn it down but the windows get dark when I do. I prefer the familiarly lights and sounds to the numb dark. The bar’s neon green sign the only permanence over the many years “NONE AR...
As the young lad was cruising across the busy city as any young man his age would suddenly out of nowwhere all his petrol depleted from his car.Shocked and ticked off by what had just happend he stepped out of his car to go check as to why this event occured.when he got to the side of his vehicle
He noticed the latch to the filler completely ripped off ,what was even more strange was the fact that...
The bumpy street, on which I work on, has a huge pot hole
Tonight, somehow we managed, to meet, tire, bang, not my goal
My once reliable moving car, is now stuck, on the side of the road
Pancake flat tire, is no help here tonite, trying not to, burden the load
Darkness is upon me, as I stay awake, curled up in the cars back
With only a itchy, wood blanket, and a cold, metal, crowbar, jack
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