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February 25th, 2014 | 101 Entries

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  1. I was seated on the jumpseat of the Black Maria limousine, headed for an unknown destination. The Spanish Fascista guards in their black patent leather jackboots and helmets were watching me carefully, and I didn’t feel very good about it.

    By Mexichick URL on 02.25.2014

  2. she was seated in the back—always he back in hope of noticing all while remaining unnoticed. works every time. she watched them come, conquer and leave—she just sat and watched. until she perfected watching because it’s what she’d practiced most.

    By Safon URL on 02.25.2014

  3. Yes, yes, I know about the Lamb seated upon the throne, but what about the woman with the parasol on a park bench, if you were her you could be safe from sun and rain…or being seated around the table of Silence, you could be drinking wine and digging the melancholy…or you could be the sun seated in a cool sliver of silver light and you would be the glorious moon, the ultimate reflector of light…

    By Miss Alister URL on 02.25.2014

  4. He was seated on the bus across from me. His eyes staring, taking me in. I was doing the same.
    His broad form, muscular yet gentle looking kept my eyes glued to his pecks. But the bus came to a stop and he got up to exit the bus. But as he walked by he tossed a note at me with his number written on it.

    By Chelsea on 02.25.2014

  5. Please be seated, they say. Where they tell you to sit. But I want to sit where I want to. Although in the past, it would be good to be told, so I would have someone to sit with. I wish they told someone to sit with me or gave us assigned seats and helped with social navigation for those socially challenged. B

    By Ruth Levitsky URL on 02.25.2014

  6. Seated in the back seat of an Escalade cruising down the sunset strip to one of my favorite little bars. The glitz and glamour of the Hollywood high life excited me and i soon found my self drowning in a sea of booze, blow, and lusty women.

    By Augusta Soeryadjaya on 02.25.2014

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    By keerthi on 02.25.2014

  8. was how the captain saw me after the crash. It was a collasal mess right from the start. WE should have left well enough alone. But Josh was the first to say, “let’s

    By Neil on 02.25.2014

  9. I was seated at the arena when the puck flew off the ice and into the crowd. I saw it headed my way so I ducked out of the way. The poor girl was hit and flew backwards and then fell forward right into my arms. I like to tell this story to our kids now.

    By L J on 02.25.2014

  10. Sit, set, seated, sitting, will sit, has set, in seat, is sitting in my seat.

    By sacaguweea URL on 02.25.2014

  11. I am seated at my desk for approximately 7 hours a day. I hated it at first but now it is something i have grown accustomed to. It is just the way my life is and i am okay with it. I have a beautiful life away from my seated position in front of my computer and that is what makes me happy.

    By Rachel on 02.25.2014

  12. i think of a old lady in a train or metro who is sitting on a seat thanks to a little girl who stood up so the lady could sit down.

    By noor on 02.25.2014

  13. Butt.
    Person.
    Chair.
    I can’t think.
    It’s too much pressure.
    Okay bye.

    By Jacquelyn on 02.25.2014

  14. She was seated in the coffee shop. The boy with the blue eyes continued to stare. He couldn’t take his eyes off her. She was beautiful. He walked up to her and saw the book she was reading. It was his favorite.

    By Emma URL on 02.25.2014

  15. The appeal judges entered the courtroom from a door behind the dias and everyone, including the accused, stood up until the judges had settled themselves

    By smr URL on 02.25.2014

  16. Hot cocca slid down my throat, cayenne awakening nerves along the way. At first I hated it. Who puts peppers in their cocca? I took another sip, trying not to let my eyes drift much above my cup.

    By Beth A URL on 02.25.2014

  17. We are all seated in the classroom right now. We are taking a class on technology. I am enjoying the class but need to get a lot done tonight. I

    By Vicki Shaw on 02.25.2014

  18. Seated in her ornate throne, the queen weighed her options.

    By kate-anaïs URL on 02.25.2014

  19. I was seated in front because i was shortest and everyone knew I was gonna kick there asses and slit there throuts very very soon.

    By edinabrownie URL on 02.25.2014

  20. She was seated on the morning bus to work. There was an odd smell of play-doh. She noticed a few of the same people from other mornings. When she looked out of the window, nothing she saw was familiar. She didn’t know where she was going. She sighed. Finally, a change.

    By Shineapple URL on 02.25.2014

  21. She was seated in the second row, three chairs from the cushion with the bluish stain from an old painting accident. But she didn’t know you, yet. She didn’t know the rotting walls of the lecture hall where you spent half your nights and snippets of your days.

    By aria autumn URL on 02.25.2014

  22. She was seated on her mighty steed, prepared for the oncoming battle. A quiver of arrows slung across her back, a well-crafted bow in her hand. Her armor weighed her down, but battle lust kept her spirits high.

    By Madeline O on 02.25.2014

  23. Andy hated the car seat. He punished his mom for making him sit in it by screaming as soon as he was dropped into it. While she tried to buckle all the straps around his little legs, he kicked and pounded his fists on the sides, but it always happened anyway. His mother was very good at what she did. She’d inevitably slam the door–and there he was trapped in it.

    By Yona URL on 02.25.2014

  24. I seated myself on the chair. Warm ooze drained from the back of the chair. Faint laughter was mute to my left ear, but I couldn’t see him in front of me. “Stop,” I said. “No one is afraid of you.”

    He stopped leaking and absorbed the slime back into his body. My chair was dry again. “Well,” he replied. “I guess I’ll just have to change that.”

    By Susan Rother URL on 02.25.2014

  25. i was seated on the bus, she looked at me, i looked at her. the tension was unbearable, i just wish i was confident enough to do that little bit more. Perhaps in another life ill be more dazzling.

    By dylan kilkenny on 02.25.2014

  26. I seated myself on the chair. Warm ooze drained from the back, impaling the pores on my body. I was turning metallic. Faint laughter was mute to my left ear, but I couldn’t see him in front of me. “Stop,” I said. “No one is afraid of you.”

    He stopped leaking and absorbed the slime back into his body. My chair was dry again and my skin returned to normal. “Well,” he replied. “I guess I’ll just have to change that.”

    By Susan Rother URL on 02.25.2014

  27. He was seated at the corner booth, looking out the window with a glassy stare.

    She sat across from him but changed her mind and moved next to him. He leaned over and placed his forehead on her shoulder. And together they watched the skies darken.

    By cat URL on 02.25.2014

  28. Jenny Murphy stared vacantly at the speaker as he delivered his trite attempts at inspiration to the class of 2025, and to all those in the auditorium who supported them, or at least cared enough to feign support for once.
    “…such an important day to recognize and celebrate the achievements of the remarkable students represented here. But again, achievement doesn’t stop with graduation…”
    Her gaze shifted, eventually fixing on the back of Jack Sterling’s head. For the thousandth time in as many days as they’d been at school together, Jenny’s feelings of ill-will apparently failed to penetrate his conceited skull; he didn’t turn, or flinch, or even flip his hair.

    By Fay on 02.25.2014

  29. Here I am, seated in the front row. University about to begin. To enter a venture of discovery and learning. To strain and stretch my words and use of them, that I may take others to heights of courage and love, to help them through valleys of shadow and death. All with the help of a tale or two.

    By Jose on 02.25.2014

  30. Seated at a table
    I long to find you here
    Everyday I’ve waited
    My stomach aches with fear
    My only hopes to happen
    To run back into you
    I know you’re never coming back
    But refuse to believe the truth
    And still here I’m seated
    At a table with one chair
    Avoiding passing glances
    Or return with violent stares
    But sitting here in sorrow
    I guess I’ll never learn
    How to live life for tomorrow
    Even if you don’t return

    By Rj on 02.25.2014

  31. I am seated at the bow of the theatre, away from everyone else, because I am presumably a woman. I am in a porn theatre, and there are tons of oddballs, harassers- I’ve already been looked at strangely, and I am not talking about “trying to pick you up at a bar” strange. I’m talking, “I’m gonna fuck you and eat your flesh” strange.

    By Liz on 02.25.2014

  32. If I were seated next to you, I would like it much more. Eraser bits and bits of repeated conversation are all we talk about.

    By Aisha on 02.25.2014

  33. I was seated in the back of the auditorium. I couldn’t see what was happening. There seemed to be some freakish act that everyone had come to see. I didn’t care. Nothing could be worse than how I had found myself there. Stuck at the bottom of a thousand nightmare ladder. Just seated and waiting.

    By Jorge Vargas on 02.25.2014

  34. No matter what, he was always seated in the chair in the far left corner of the room whenever she came over- the one with this ugly paisley print and upholstery that stunk of cigarette smoke. He’d sit there while she watched him, taking a drag of his cigarette every so often while he stared at the bleak, white wall blankly. He’d pop his knuckles till they were red and sore, not caring one bit if he wouldn’t be able to hold the bat right come Saturday when the rest of the neighborhood boys went out to play ball. He’d chew at his lip with those smoke stained, yellow teeth till it bled. He’d drag and he’d pop and he’d chew till the clock struck one and his mama came home from the restaurant in her little waitress outfit with a slice of pie wrapped in foil on a paper plate. She’d saved it just for him.

    By Charlotte Keynes URL on 02.25.2014

  35. I sit upon the sill and wonder Where the birds are flying and Why the wings which once were mine now flap and flutter upon their restless bodies. The wind’s whispers caress the startled feathers in mid flight

    By Quinn Simpson on 02.25.2014

  36. Please be seated and listen to the following instructions.

    Instruction Number One: Remember that you are not alone. There are many others like you, in this same room with you. And they are all feeling the same fear.

    Instruction Number Two: The right side of your belt has a key. The left side, a lock. Therefore, those two items are useless and should be ignored.

    And Instruction Number Three: Learn to hold your nerve, because without it, you are nothing but an empty skull.

    By Belinda Roddie URL on 02.25.2014

  37. these are the children of men, the future is the passed
    all the women of then are simply gone at last
    broke broken hearted disheartened and dismayed
    stand seated at attention
    this is the pain the body the way
    the gone and always the never
    the together and apart
    alone, this home, the moment starts.

    By matt on 02.25.2014

  38. Jason screeched, his willowy frame entirely hidden underneath the blankets on the bed his parents provided him. Dry leaves scratched against the bay window adjacent from his closet.

    By Michelle URL on 02.25.2014

  39. The feeling when you’re seated is one that really cannot be described, and yet I will try. It honestly depends on when and why you are seated. The feelings range from frustration and anger at being rooted to one spot to the relaxation and thankfulness of being able to finally sit.

    By Geoffrey Ko on 02.25.2014

  40. As I was seated in the waiting room, I realized I was in the wrong place. What?? I have been here for an hour and I just now figured out I’m in the wrong place?

    By Allison Norwood on 02.25.2014