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Do you want my advice, dear? Run away. Run away from everything and everyone until you can find something that makes you happy and doesn’t leave that sore lump in your throat. Leave your family, your house, your life, because your time is running out and dammit, so should you be.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 10.16.2011 @ 8:14 am


Heart like iron, weighing me down, quintuple my body weight. Miss Atlas, Miss Atlas, how can you hold it on your shoulders? Miss Atlas, Miss Atlas, can I pretty please have your autograph on the list of people I’ve hurt? Miss Atlas? Please?

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 10.10.2011 @ 10:51 am


My birth came when I was more or less ten years old. I would say rebirth, but I really am not the same person, so I was not reborn, but born. Born to a girl with too much sarcasm and too much negativity who ruined my life and made me grow up. She killed my green.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 05.08.2011 @ 12:49 pm


The standard route was stupid. It would be clogged with people, their eyes tired. Like Route 66. The best way would be the alternate route, the road less travelled by, if you will. Take the alternate route. Go out there, get off the computer, and make a difference in the world (says the shameless hypocrite).

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 01.02.2011 @ 9:55 am


She barely glanced at the stick as she swung it between her fingers. ‘So.’


‘How’ve you been?’

Round and round. The stick spun and spun, speeding and speeding, until it was just a blur.

‘Good. You?’

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 12.17.2010 @ 9:10 am


The spikes on his neck alarmed her slightly. He looked pretty hardcore, like he played in a metal band or something. The choker, adorned with those horrific spikes, circled his neck like a noose. His face was pale, his eyes were dead. He wore a leather jacket with ripped sleeves.

And then I heard his ringtone. Bad Romance.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 12.01.2010 @ 9:02 am


She looked so serene, floating there in the stream. Lilies adorned her hair. Her face was set in a happy, lazy smile. But she was dead.She was Ophelia.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 10.27.2010 @ 1:14 am


The incessant chatter was distracting. My true purpose… I flexed my fingers, dismayed. My true purpose was lost in the babbling of these mere fools!

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 10.09.2010 @ 12:14 pm


There was a great divide between those who were ordinary and those who were not.
Those who were not still are.
Those who were ordinary are not.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 09.18.2010 @ 2:20 pm


He was a stroller. A strider. Each step was twice the length of hers, and she struggled to keep up. He had long legs. Or maybe it was just his anger fuelling him?

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 09.08.2010 @ 8:10 am


This was my calling. I don’t know what they thought I was doing, why they were pulling so hard; dragging me away from what I loved. But it was all I could do. How could they not see that?

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 09.07.2010 @ 8:10 am


She raised the problem, after an hour of careful war tactics. ‘What about the innocents?’
They glanced her way, just long enough to mumble something about the greater good, and returned to their schemes.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 09.05.2010 @ 5:36 am


The teacher’s word was barked and short. I saw this as a wonderful opportunity to whip out my book. The girl sitting next to me was rather put out at my apparent unwillingness to talk to her.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 09.04.2010 @ 3:48 am


The trees surrounded him as he cradled the broken necklace in his arms. They couldn’t have broken it. They couldn’t have. They couldn’t have left it here, not here, this very place where the trees were malicious and threatened even the birds.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 08.31.2010 @ 11:50 pm


The mountain was indistinct, hazy from the swirling snow, the fog, and the clouds. I huddled closer to the window; my reasoning was flawed, but somehow I felt warmer when watching the towering giant in the distance.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 08.29.2010 @ 8:14 am


I could escape. I knew it. I could see the opening, see where they had failed to cover. They closed in, their leering faces anticipating the fun they were about to have. Or weren’t about to have.

I sprinted–but I was wrong. I couldn’t escape. They caught me.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 08.06.2010 @ 3:34 am


She was cross. I don’t know why. She didn’t even know I was aware. But I knew her too well; the slight crease in the forehead, the lowering of the eyebrows, the fixed smile. When she was happy, she almost never smiled.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 08.05.2010 @ 12:39 am


I was surrounded by fences. Suppressing a sigh, I kicked one over.
Another sprouted.
And another.
And another.
My heart crashed and burned. I was stuck. Well and truly… trapped.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 08.04.2010 @ 1:06 am


She had all of the virtues I dislike, and none of the vices I admire.
There, a little Winston for you.
But it was true; she really was the most remarkable woman.
She could make you feel like you were a little worm, about to be chopped in half.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 08.03.2010 @ 8:25 am


She was a pretty young nun, he noted. He must have been staring, for his teacher nudged him and whispered angrily, ‘You are the head of the church, may I remind you. Nuns are off limits.’

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 08.02.2010 @ 7:28 am


The decorated faces were peering at me from all sides. Laughing, giggling, sneering. I felt my palms sweating. The shadow of a hand slipped into mine, but when I squeezed, it was gone.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 08.01.2010 @ 1:45 am


I was miles away. He waved a hand in front of my face, snapping his fingers. Blinking, I noticed his smile and felt the world melt away. That smile was beautiful in my daydreams, but it was more beautiful in life.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 07.31.2010 @ 4:44 am


He was standing near the bridge when I caught sight of him. Panicking, my heart leaping into action after its afternoon snooze, I dashed behind a tree. I felt like Romeo, peeking on Juliet. I wished I was a glove, to be certain.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 07.30.2010 @ 1:22 am


I was torn in half. Chocolate or vanilla? He stared at me, waiting for an answer. When I failed in this simple task of providing him with one, he sighed and ordered lemon. I was content. He knew me better than I knew myself–lemon’s my favourite.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 07.26.2010 @ 10:57 am


She was going to complete the prototype in a few days. I was less than enthusiastic, I admit; while she had her flashes of brilliance, the majority of her designs were flawed.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 07.25.2010 @ 8:11 am


He was totally driven. It was in every inch, every frenzied, manic line, every tooth bared in this smile. I could see his obsession with this, see how desperate he was.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 07.23.2010 @ 9:28 am


The vase was a glossy blue, shining with paint and a long time in the ceramics oven. It was prettier than the small, dying, gnarled plant rooted in its depths.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 07.21.2010 @ 1:53 am


The lens was shining, the light glancing off the smooth, rounded surface like pure gold. I wondered what could be seen through this magnificent machine–the stars, the planets, everything out there of which I had never dreamed.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 07.19.2010 @ 8:31 am


He was in his element here, powering through the water, a streamlined shape. Like an otter. Sleek, and dark, and totally whole in the river. He was too immersed to wave back. The expression on his face was serious, solemn as he flipped and turned. But his eyes were laughing.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 07.16.2010 @ 11:58 pm

He was in his element here, powering through the water, a streamlined shape. Like an otter. Sleek, and dark, and totally whole in the water. He was too immersed to wave.

» Posted By Raiya Moon On 07.16.2010 @ 11:57 pm

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