The Darkness within
The Darkness within
Slowly I walked down the street. Even though the sun was shining brightly and there were no clouds at all to be seen, I still wore my thick, black coat and a wide brimmed hat to cover most of my purple hair. My heavy, reinforced leather boots clicked on the asphalt of the sidewalk. I glanced around the small town that had been my home for so long. I blinked my eyes a few times when a sunbeam glanced off a nearby car and hit me directly in the eyes. Quickly I reached into my left pocket to take out my sunglasses and put them on. The action caused a few nearby businessmen on their lunch break to shake their heads in disbelief. I ignored them. Concerns of mortals like them were far beyond me ever since… ever since-
‘I should find a darker place.’ The thought simply popped into my head and it took me a few seconds to recognize it as his. “As you command.” I answered with a slight grin, causing a teenage couple to give me a weird stare. Ever
Rainy Day Tickling
The jacket wrapped around Sam kept her warm and dry in the terrible rainy weather that surrounded her. It seemed like the sky was throwing a temper tantrum, it was obviously pissed off about something, judging by the bright pink flashes of bolt lightning that looked like skeletal hands arcing downwards, reaching for the earth as if they missed the solidity of the surface. Thunder roared and shook the ground at Sam's feet and rain pounded down on her head and back, but she didn't get wet.
The jacket smelled nice, it was thick and warm, but very light and flexible, quality craftsmanship if Sam had ever seen it. She wished the jacket belonged to her, but sadly it was the property of someone else. They had been kind enough to lend it to her so that she wouldn't get wet. The only problem with that though...was that he walking right beside her...getting soaked.
Mona's Air Burst Berry
One day, it became a nice afternoon for Mona to start cooking for lunch.
She walked into the kitchen and began to prepare meals for lunch. But to make the food taste better, she decided to look for a special kind of berry to make the food taste wonderful.
"I need a special kind of berry," Mona said. "I think I can find one at a berry tree."
She went outside and strolled to the garden area. There were many berry trees growing and blossoming during the process of germination. She browsed around going through common berries until she found one she has not seen.
"What is this?" Mona said as she plucked the unique looking berry from the tree gently.
Mona inspected the berry and thought of it to be a rare kind of a berry. She put the berry into her basket and returned home. But before she could cook, she wanted to know what it tasted like out of curiosity.
Mona took out the berry from the basket and checked again.
"But what does this taste like?" Mona wondered.
She opened her mouth and took
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