DepressionI close my eyes. The maze spreads out before me, a mindscape crafted overtime. The floor is gray stone, polished to a dull gleam. The walls are a pure white and hard to look at. They flicker occasionally with the myriad of emotions that I’ve trapped deeper in the maze, walled up within the dead ends where I don’t have to peer directly at them. So long as I keep to the sharp corners and easy turns of simple emotions, the darker pains and angers will remain hidden. It doesn’t matter that I now want to ferret them out. That’s the nature of the maze I crafted, over the years. The emotion can’t find its way out, and I can never seem to find my way inDepression by dragon8writer
With my eyes still closed, though, my options lay out before me. Various pathways, each framed by a stone arch. Some of them bear labels, simple pictures carved into the curved stone. The Pill path is closed off: I haven’t done the Quest to Renew a Prescription, and without it the toll booth has c
Abby - Ragged Pages Part 3 TG
The Ragged Pages of the First Book (cont.)
Young Abby spread her hands across the bed to better illustrate her story. She felt herself carried along by her ideas, no matter how silly they sounded as she thought them. Heeding her father's words, she just rushed headlong into her tale and scene after scene with all gusto.
Dangers mounted against her characters. But they were resourceful. Stunning reveals, at least so far as Abby's young mind imagined them, played out. For his part, Demetrius gave an earnest impression of surprise at every twist and turn.
Abby's face, full of the energy of her story, very nearly seemed to glow.
Abby lingered a moment with concern for Alexis but Abigail tugged her away as the buzzing started to swell again. Whispering a quiet hope for Alexis, Abby ran the other direction with Abigail dragging her along.
Amidst the buzzing rose countless puffs of steam like snorting, angry bulls ready to charge. Abigail led Abby in a crisscross pattern thro
Abby - Ragged Pages Part 2 TG
The Ragged Pages of the First Book (cont.)
The pause in Demetrius's reading alarmed young Abby. She scooted up in the bed and breathlessly asked, "What happens next?"
With a calm smile, Demetrius bent forward and asked, "What do you think happens next?"
Abby curled her lips in. She didn't expect her dad to ask her. That wasn't how stories went. They were told and listened to. She wanted to protest but she had a feeling her dad had a good reason to ask.
Focusing with what she could summon from her mind, Abby mulled, "Well with all that has happened so far "
Demetrius interrupted, "Don't worry about that. Tell the story your way. What happens next?"
Abby's mind boggled but she also felt a strange sort of thrill at the idea. With a rising smile on her lips, Abby said, "Well here is how it would go "
It wasn't the first time someone had seen Abby as an "only hope". The phrase always worried her. But, of course, she was always willing to help, no matter h
Girly Farts TGGirly Farts
For once, Terica's garage wasn't on fire when I came over to visit. Pink smoke was belching through a crack in one of the windows though. I knocked on the metal door and waited.
After some mild cursing and coughing from within, the door slid up. Terica had on her regular lab coat with the words above the pocket protector, "Doctor Terica Snorf Mad Scientist". Her long, frizzy brunette hair gave off a puff of smoke just behind her ear. She patted it out with her blue-gloved hands and mentioned, "Some things are a bit more flammable than they say..."
I nodded and said, "I've noticed. Need anything? Where are your goggles?" Terica always wore her goggles in her laboratory garage and sometimes even out and about. I noticed a small bruise on her forehead.
She answered, "They melted. I could've used a little more dihydrogen monoxide earlier. But it's under control now."
A bright "FOOM"ing wall of fire erupted from behind Terica. I backed away but she assured me, "It'
The Crystal Tower TGThe Crystal Tower
I had long sought the greatest honor in the land of Garsurka. To quest for the Crystal Tower which twinkles far in the west like a land-bound star and return with the glories which surely dwelt within it.
Many men set out for the spire. None had returned.
But, I, Sir Ardwel Carrewen, intended to be the first.
Some told tales of strong women who had been more fortunate in their journeys to the tower. Whether this meant that special, mystical protection existed for female adventures, no one could tell. These women kept what they had encountered a closely-guarded secret. But their sword skills upon returning were unmatched even by the greatest of men.
I had acquired much glory on the field of battle in defense of my kingdom against rogue armies from the east. The House of Carrewen held many lands. But the light of the Crystal Tower always lingered on our horizon, like a jewel forever out of reach.
I had long made known my intent to my fellow noblemen. I long liste
The New MaidenThe New MaidenThe New Maiden by majorkerina
Your eyes peer with wide unbridled wonder
The heart and mind behind them stir
Far off notions arise within gently
But your eyes dip away from me
"Dear friend, true maiden of my heart and soul
You lift me up and make me whole
So for me there can be no greater good
Than declare you to maidenhood
At first you'll notice nothing strange
As all your bones begin to rearrange
A tickle is all you will feel
Before the maiden inside becomes real
Your skin is where we will begin
As every bit of hair is pulled within
Save those of gentle silver in the light
Each will fall without a fight
Then leave but narrow brows behind
And a forest on the head of their kind
Which flows as though watered, unbound
As hair of a lady is crowned
Now the maiden embrace seeks out your cheeks
And shows in the voice that now speaks
Like light-tinted honey on crystal
Flows out through your lungs with every breath, small
Arms hug you close in a loving embrace
And around the chest, gently trace
TG Max Aubrey vs. Change 2Chapter 2 - ExpectationsTG Max Aubrey vs. Change 2 by majorkerina
After grabbing my toothbrush, I opened the door and peered out at Jen standing in front of the door with her hands pressed to her hips. She pointed her chin at me and said only, "Finally "
She stalked by with an arm full things mostly taken from me and slammed the door closed behind her. Since dropping out, she hadn't been as active. I sure wouldn't say anything about it in her presence but my sister had gone flabby. Not to the point where I might make jokes about Sea World calling for her but still I could see why my mom was worried. (I even listened one night as mom tore through her fears of Jen as a single mom, bloated and dependant).
I brushed and groomed in the basement sink.
When I was nearly done with prep, I slipped down my robe to check my chest. Things looked about the same, which wasn't good but I didn't expect the irritation to go away so quickly. I tried a little Vasoline on it to help.
Back in my room, I went through my mental list. I
Tara's WandTara's Wand by majorkerina
*Note - this is recommended to be read after the Mecchen House first series because it contains some spoilers, characters, and situations which are best understood after the main series. This story takes place outside of continuity but may foreshadow later events in the canon story. Enjoy!*
Jamie plopped back against Tara's bed with her arms out and grunted, "So tired..."
Tara dropped her school bags to the side and offered, "Awww...Jamie-kun. You had a rough day?"
Slowly bringing her hands together on her face, Jamie nodded. "Class stuff I should've known years ago. But none of it is easy. And I got a dumb 'I like you' card in my box."
Tara sat on her bed beside Jamie. "Really?"
Fixing the red skirt and long-ago-conceded hose of her school uniform, Jamie sighed. "Yeah, but the dumb part is it was printed out with no name or sign of who gave it." Jamie reached up and scuffed her short, blond hair. "Bah! I don't want to think about this kind of stuff..."
TG Max Aubrey vs. Change 1Max Aubrey vs. ChangeTG Max Aubrey vs. Change 1 by majorkerina
Chapter 1 Irritations
High school sucks. I'm not saying that because of the jerks in all my classes. I'm not saying that because so many of my teachers make me want to kick their textbooks across the room. (And I like books.) I'm not even saying that because I was a normal guy until I started getting breasts on the first day of class.
That's all just part of it.
The day junior high ended was the same day my parents announced they would be living apart. The day after, I had a huge fight with my friend Alex. My best friend, Marcus, moved half a state away by the weekend. On that weekend, I received a lengthy reading list from teachers I'd never even met. Then, my goldfish, Kenny, committed suicide. (I never knew such a small fish could leap so high.)
The rest of summer break didn't really improve. It was hot, muggy, and helping mom out at her work was actually the highlight of my afternoons. I always offered to sort the clinic's medicine r
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