• City Girl commented on the post, closed 8 years, 7 months ago

    The door closed behind me. I wanted so badly to tell her the truth, tell her that I was madly, deeply, passionately in love with her, but I knew I could never ever open my mouth and let those words spill out. It wasn’t that we were two women, it was that I was so […]

  • City Girl commented on the post, seconds 8 years, 10 months ago

    Life is just a precursor to dying. All those seconds you spend, that you waste, at the end of your life, maybe, just maybe, you’ll look back and say, “I wish I used them to do something meaningful.” But the luxury of time, the ability to actually wast seconds, that’s living. That’s what you do […]

  • City Girl commented on the post, seconds 8 years, 10 months ago

    Seconds fly by and become minutes. Hours. Days. Weeks. Months. Years. Decades. Centuries. I can’t believe it’s only been a week since I’ve seen them last. One week, two hours and one minute ago was the required time for leaving the dorms. I cannot fathom that I was ever even there, it seems a lifetime […]

  • City Girl commented on the post, carve 8 years, 12 months ago

    The shavings fell about her slender hands, pushing, sanding, scraping the wood-dust and chips out of the block, slowly forming a work of art unique to herself and to the moment she was in; truly, this was the physical representation of the beauty of time.

  • City Girl commented on the post, carve 8 years, 12 months ago

    She carved into her body, arching her back, loving her, touching her, caressing her. Skin slapping against skin, she moulded herself to fit into the curves of her lover, as the other did the same for her.

  • City Girl commented on the post, science 9 years ago

    “Chemical burns are the most painful burns you will ever experience,” I muttered.
    “Don’t be such a Tyler Durden,” Meredith replied.
    “How about this; chemistry between two women,” at this, I pulled her waist to mine, nearly bumping our noses “is what makes me do this.” And I bent down and I kissed her.

  • City Girl commented on the post, science 9 years ago

    “Chemistry; the central science,” I scoffed, throwing the volume across the room. “I have no appreciation for sciences, central or otherwise.”

    Five years later, I entered my junior year as a chemistry major.

  • City Girl commented on the post, starlight 9 years ago

    “Star light, star bright, first star I see tonight, I wish I may, I wish I might have the wish I wish tonight.”

    Jenna sighed. No matter how hard she wished, hoped, hell, even prayed, she would never see her brother again until he returned, ragged and homeless, seventeen years later.

  • City Girl commented on the post, century 9 years ago

    At the turn of the new century, the dawn of a new age, Mina Harker stood watch. Looking out through the early morning London fog, she thought about her terrible predicament with a cool, impartial demeanor.

  • City Girl commented on the post, century 9 years ago

    It was nearly a century ago that the man had stood here before, a whole man, instead of the half-beast that he was today. The battle fought here had brought his whole race a new chance at life, but the greatest sacrifice was to be his own, a sacrifice for the people to be written […]

  • City Girl commented on the post, century 9 years ago

    A century seemed to go by before Sarah saw Julia again. She stopped in the middle of buying fresh peaches for the pie she had to bake; there, in the middle of the farmer’s market was the woman who broke her heart, told her she never wanted to see her again. Never again could she […]