• Bea commented on the post, servant 1 year ago

    When the trees finally filtered away, and the stars began their dark decent into the horizon, the chains of his manacles stopped their loud screaming as he stopped and looked up. The lights of the world reminded him he was worth nothing more than the fate that brought him to that moment.

  • Bea commented on the post, lighters 2 years ago

    Flick. Flick. Flick. A shake. Flick. Flick.
    Then finally flame.
    He brought it closer to his mouth, long fingers cradling the device from the breeze, and watched it as it lit the end of his cigarette up in bright reds. Taking a deep breath, he pulled the device away from his face, keeping it in his palm just in case it failed him again.

  • Bea commented on the post, thieves 3 years ago

    “Do you think they’ll be able to track us?”
    “Would you shut up. The cameras are still working. They could be listening to every word we are saying”
    “Whoops. Sorry. My bad.”
    “Shut. Up!”
    “Why is it bad they’re listening? I mean, it’s not as if we are going to declare we are taking all their stuff”
    “Seriously, I am going to kill you in a minute.…[Read more]

  • Bea commented on the post, structure 3 years, 6 months ago

    The building was crumbling, the once beautiful architecture soiled by the explosion. It was a shame, really. The building had been known locally as the One who would last Forever. It had stood in the same spot for a couple hundred years, never wavering. The town was built around it, and the children grew up to admire the structure of its beautiful…[Read more]

  • Bea commented on the post, sinking 3 years, 6 months ago

    People think that drowning is peaceful. It isn’t. It’s a crushing weight upon your entire body, water filling every orifice and making you choke in attempt to get back the air that’s vacant from your lungs. It’s your heart filling with liquid, stuttering and slowing, as you slowly sink further and further underwater, flailing limbs weakening. The…[Read more]

  • Bea commented on the post, domestic 3 years, 9 months ago

    Some people think being domestic is a good thing. I, however, think the exact opposite. Nothing scares me more than the thought of my life becoming boring. Without meaning. That’s what I associate with domestic life. Driving the kids to school, going to work, coming home, kissing your partner on the cheek instead of the lips because you’ve grown…[Read more]

  • Bea commented on the post, compete 3 years, 9 months ago

    Competition is something that runs the lives of most companies across the world, and it has grown out of proportion. No longer do they care about the customers wellbeing, but simply how much better they are than their opposing company. Schools do the same thing, and in my opinion, it’s worse. Here, they are messing with the lives of the next…[Read more]

  • Bea commented on the post, possible 3 years, 10 months ago

    Anything is possible, they said. Of course, it’s not true. Flying Pigs aren’t possible. Blue grass aren’t possible. Someone falling in love with me isn’t possible.

  • Bea commented on the post, twist 3 years, 10 months ago

    You usually know immediately when someone is twisted. Their smile isn’t genuine, their eyes aren’t smiling along with their face; if anything, they have an evil glint in them. But sometimes this isn’t the case. Sometimes the people that you thought were just like yourself turn out to be the most twisted of them all, and it’s these people you have…[Read more]

  • Bea commented on the post, bullets 3 years, 10 months ago

    The sound of glass breaking was deafening. Sharp shards came flying past me as I threw my body to the ground, crashing into the hard tile and shoving my head under my chest. The sudden explosions of bullets hitting the wall infront of me spit wood and paint everywhere, making the room seem like a tornado of debris was swirling above my head. I…[Read more]