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S.V.S.A.T.F -chapter 2Chapter 2: Encounter of the fourth kind
---A flash of red, layers of god-awful neon red cloth encased her, smothering her in the smell of dust and chili powder-faint chili powder, the type that is fading, but is still there, prominent, in the forefront of your mind, poking you with pointy, blunt objects.Then, the grasp of the arm, forceful but oh-so gentle-maybe not. Drag, scuffle, rustle, shove. Those sounds echoed in the mind, as the overwhelming scent of mold, rain, and decomposing beetle guts-along with a scent of gingivitis with rabies- filled the senses, and then eyes.Gaping, unearthly eyes, filling your soul with a sense of abyss and dismay, staring at you, making one void and obedient in a sort of fearful way. All of these things jumping out at the same time; the images of shock and horror from Delia and Charles-my father- weren't as important, as the image of him. Him, with mold imbedded in the roots of his faded blond hair, those wide toxic green eyes, that glowed wi
S.V.S.A.T.F -chapter 1Gentle caresses, rough hands, red tips nipping hungrily at soft porcelain. Blue lips pressing at life's pulse, greedy green locking into innocent brown. Ice against fire, as a fever overtook both
White tipped nails dug into the brown of stained wood, as wide eyes of milk chocolate stared into the never ending swirls of ages. Heavy breath filled her mind as those images played through her mind over and over again, and slowly, eyebrows furrowed. Clarence entered her head; none of that was real, only in the book she was writing. She told herself that repeatedly, if only to quiet that cackling devil on her shoulder. She narrowed her eyes at the wood, which seemed to mock her.You'd like that, you disgusting creature of the night
well I won't let you win. I won't let you sink your disgusting bloody fingers into my head, I have therapy now!Anyone who would walk upon the scene in front of them would instantly turn away, in fear. There sat a black haired woman, roughly in her late
The Beauty and the beetle ch 1The Beauty and the BeetleCh. 1: The legend---Once upon a time, in a strange land far away, somewhere of the French-German persuasion, a young prince lived in an enormous white castle. He had everything his heart desired-multitudes of servants, the life of luxury, and the occasional one night lay. But the lord was spoiled, selfish, and unkind to others.One night, after an event of questionable outcome, an old beggar woman came to the castle doors, and offered the prince a single rose in return for shelter from the bitter cold. The prince hated roses, or anything of the sort, and sneered at the woman for even imposing such an idea. Her appearance only deepened his distaste.He snapped unkind words to her. She told him not to be deceived by appearances, but was discarded once more. Suddenly, her figure melted away before his eyes, and there stood a woman opposite of what she once was-a beautiful witch.The prince tried to apologize for what he had just done, but the woman did not fall
Tension pieceA loud hum of passing cars and life passed by the giant wall to wall window that set an invisible boundary between the safe haven that was the outside world and the inside café. A group of six, composed of black clad chains and high alert neon Mohawks, scoffed happily at passing babies in carts and children with wide eyed horror. One said child turned and ran, dropping his ice cream cone and screamed for mother- this made said group chuckle and smirk, before putting up their facade once more. The one up front, the one who won the prize for most black eyeliner and white powder, turned to the brown framed glass door, and opened it with a satisfying creek sound. The other five followed obediently.As they passed through the shop, to a spot somewhere near a dark corner, they passed by a rather nervous girl, with big brown eyes and long black hair, straight and cut in an exact line across the small of her back. Her eyes flicked to the group, and suddenly she became a whole lot more ner