Divine Warrior Part 7 by Rin Phoenix “Yeah. Oh! That means we might be able to see Ponpo practicing this morning!” Sarah-Jane exclaims. “Who’s Ponpo?” “He’s the best fighter in Alari town. He always practices at dawn with Vian playing … Continue reading Divine Warrior Part 7 by Rin Phoenix
“Well, now that you’re cleaned off, I guess we can get a spot at the Inn,” Kai says, rubbing his eyes with one hand while stretching with the other. I have to admit, he does look quite cute when doing … Continue reading Divine Warrior Part 6 by Rin Pheonix
A Dying Reef By Rose L. P.O.V.: HELENA Across the horizon, She lies calmly, I admire her so, a mother to them all: The denizens of Her watery body Are always at her beck and call. A safe … Continue reading A Dying Reef by Rose L.
“Good morning. Not sorry to wake you up, so let me kill you,” I say, readying my sword. It charges at me. It must have understood. I only now realize that this Imp has ridiculously large fists. It continuously slams … Continue reading Divine Warrior Part 5 by Rin Phoenix
The Caretaker by Crystal L. The sun had barely emerged from the dew dropped grass but the family was already wide awake and ready for the day ahead. It was a quiet morning as Charlotte and George ate a quick … Continue reading The Caretaker by Crystal L.
Guilty Pleasure How did we get here It is so wrong but so right Cannibalism Continue reading Guilty Pleasure by Michelle L. and Ava M.
Divine Warrior: Pt 4 by Rin Phoenix “It was the dead of night. The only audible sounds in the town of Alari was the water crashing against the shore. That was until the sound of soft footsteps echoed through the … Continue reading Divine Warrior Part 4 by Rin Phoenix
Scene 3 [Cut to 3:30. Back of the school] Romeo: Hey girl. Juliet: Sup. Romeo: What’s crackalackin’, my woman? Juliet: Ummmm nothing much, you? Romeo: Yea, I’ve been hanging with the boys. AKA Romie’s Homies. It’s a pretty lit squad. … Continue reading Romeo and Juliet Parody Scene 3 by Romie’s Homies
Rumour City there is a place that sits between hallways and alleys where whispers sit patiently to be heard gravitating towards the bored and desperate who latch onto murmurs as if for survival luckily for them there is never a … Continue reading Rumour City by Avrel F.
Ode to the Journey of Women At her birth my grandmother was told the entirety of what she was to pursue. Patriarchy mapped out her life ’till she was old, everything that she was designed to do. Abuses left women … Continue reading Ode to the Journey of Women by Emily H.