Heart of the Forest, part 21Chapter 21: The long mile for a twisted heart.
A city in a cavern underneath a city, it was what he’d gotten from his conversations with Jensen. Yet, having spent all this time looking at the inside of hallways and buildings, he needed to see it to believe it. As Forest emerged from the prison air ducts, the world greeted him with a long drop onto a closed dumpster. A heavy fall that, fortunately, missed its chance to alert the patrolling officers.
Regardless, he was out. Free. And the first thing he did was let his eyes wander up to the sky. And it took him a second look to realize his eyes weren’t staring up at the heavens. The world’s ceiling was adorned with a river of stars that glinted over in different colors. Perhaps precious gems or magic enchantments, but still beautiful all the same.
For a moment, he considered just standing therein marvel at the sights and the feeling of liberty. The stars guided his eyes to the side, only to be blocked by the corner of a
Lunar Fury (Werewolf TF)Anna 24, long brown hair, blue eyes, dark blue shirt, grey hoodie, skinny jeans and moccasins walked down the lonely path late cloudy Friday night with only a few scattered lamps along the way. She was on her way home from a party at her life long friends Jenna who now had Anna on the phone shared her concern "Anna maybe you should just come back its pretty late, wait for Tom to be on break or hell spend the night." Walking at a steady and sounding tired "Jen its OK I'm taking the short path along the river, I'll be home in no time." "The wooded path! Anna you crazy bitch they never caught that big dog wolf thing that attacked you last month or killed those other two people and are you sure your OK you sound sick." Pulling off her hoodie she saw the sweat marks "Yeah Jen you I carry a gun in my side bag now I'll be fine and its just a bit hot out tonight." Her breathe become a little more heavy, sweat more clear. "But Anna its only in the low 50s are you-" quickly cutting her of
A Night on the ProwlLooking down at the bottom of her glass, the young wolfess remembered a similar story her mother had once told her. But unlike that story, this bar was full of other werewolves. And she wasn't exactly on her own.
"A- Are you sure we should really be here?" the cautious wolf whimpers as he approaches the table, narrowly avoiding a collision with a drunken lupine as he sits down with rest of his siblings reluctantly.
"What's the matter bro? Are you scared?" the larger wolf chuckles as the wolfess nudges him.
"Fenn! Stop being such a bully!" she barks as the bodybuilder laughs in response.
"Don't sweat it Aiko. You know I'm just playing with him" Fenn explains before looking at his older brother with a smile. "Ain't that right, Logan?" he says as the nervous wolf rebukes his joke with a growl.
"It's not like that!" Logan snarls before looking around himself cautiously. "I just don't like this place" he admits much to the amusement of the larger wolf.
My Special Sister, part 17My Special Sister (part 17)
Computer lab time wasn’t interesting nor fun for most students. A free period for studying upcoming tests and working on projects.
Timed between the lunch break and before the last class of the day, concentration was tough to come by. Some of Ashton’s buddies, like Jimmy, enjoyed the time typing on the keyboard and staring at a computer screen, but for Ashton, there wasn’t much he could do with the school’s site blocker keeping him off gaming websites like Armor Games or Miniclip.
While distractions were limited, the will to do homework seemed to elude him for the time. Ashton surfed the web, looking for something interesting the site blocker would let him see. Games were gone, but what gaming magazine websites? There’s no games in that.
Nope, no success past the blocker.
There were normal news sites, but Ashton wasn’t interested in real world current events.
Ashton glanced over his shoulder to see what others w