Sweet Revenge

She rolls it across the desk. Back and forth in-between her wrinkled hands. Detention, the only class Mrs. Smith seems to teach and the only class I seem to be taking. I hate her. I imagine taking a great sword, cutting her down like a prince would an evil dragon. But violence never solved anything … Continue reading Sweet Revenge

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Dead Set on Dancing (Complete Story)

It’s cold and it smells. Now, I’m fully aware the smelly part is probably me, but it’s not what you think. I didn’t want this. No way! I just didn’t think she had the balls to do it, you know? You see it all the time in movies. Two people fighting, dueling it out with words, until … Continue reading Dead Set on Dancing (Complete Story)

Writing Prompt #24

She looked down at the cell phone in her hand and sighed. Her battery was at 10% and there was no telling how much longer they’d be waiting to get rescued. Bored, tired and hot; Jasmine Witt decided it was about time to make herself comfortable despite the awkward that was being stuck in an … Continue reading Writing Prompt #24

Dead Set on Dancing (Five)

I was the only one awake. Henry the Eighth was snoring, rather loudly, The Twins had tired themselves hours earlier with Knock-Knock jokes, and Grace had been trying to stay up, but passed out just hours into our game of twenty questions. How could anyone tell me about a late-night secret admirer when no one … Continue reading Dead Set on Dancing (Five)

Dead Set on Dancing (Four)

When I woke up the next day, to my surprise Henry the Eighth was singing. I was glad he was in good spirits. After the prom conversation, I was terrified he wouldn’t speak to me again at all, but singing at least would make me feel comforted. I stretched again, hitting the side of my … Continue reading Dead Set on Dancing (Four)