By Raee S.
The clouds hid the sun from sight and the wind brewed up, cold and stiff. We couldn’t really go outside and frolic.
“But, it’s ok.” I thought to myself as my skin touched the cold, bumpy leather of our black sofa; I sat down and noticed that my dad was dialing a number. Continue reading “Good-bye, Gegema”
My daughter? You want to know about my daughter? Well, what can I say except for the fact that she is the stereotypical teenage girl? Gets distracted easily, daydreams more often than any other human being that I know, and god knows what’s going on in that pea-sized brain of hers. Continue reading “Truth Is..”
By Calia Z.
Breathing heavily, I ran from the streets into the alleyway I called home. The rain was coming down hard, and there were people rushing toward their houses on Main Street. Rain was my favorite weather. It feels like my name, Serenity. I only know my name from the words engraved on the locket I was left with. The words on the locket were the only thing that gave me an identity, Serenity Dawn Ebony. I don’t know where I’m from; I was abandoned with only a blanket and a locket to know who I was. I’m living of begging and finding whatever I could. Of course, the only thing I ever wanted could never be begged for or found in the street. I want a family, a true family. Continue reading “Serenity”
By Brandon Z.
The time they came was dusk. They captured the children for their evil plans; the guards fired up the spotlights around the compound and did their best to stop the nightly captures. My heart was pounding as I felt toward the compound in the greenery, my eyes were watching around but my ears picked the sound of their snarling pets. I picked up speed but then there they were gaining on me as the rumbling sounds of their Harleys grew. They pulled out there tranquilizer guns so that they could capture the kids, but this time they had something else rocket launchers that shot nets that captured the kid running next to me and shocked him into submission. I ran through the greenery and broke through the branches as I picked up speed towards the compound. I was almost there but they were gaining 20 meters, 10 meters I was lunging towards the door before I felt the cold metal of the net on my back. Continue reading “Death Riders”