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Zeckrombryan

Hope. Joy.. Feelings cloaked as words.

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Eaten

A Horror take on a child running away from a monster in a forest. Writes about his experience in the darkness of the woods in this short story.

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Catching Fear

Catching fear in my palms, I knew I was devoid of hope, yet I still pushed on with the gossamer silver cord of life. Bang! BanG! BANG! Three knocks, in precise, it was the third consecutive three knocks, I was locked in... Continue Reading →

Unwarranted, Outmatched

Rifle on my back, stepping into the aperture of the wilderness, orchestrated the wild into a war song, torn up from the outside, wretched from the inside, cacophonous ambiance, the trees were the sombre strings engulfing my entirety, asserting to... Continue Reading →

White

Claustrophobic, the matt white walls towering on both of my sides, it was tight, just nice for me to walk through. The walls came in contact with my skin, something's wrong, I thought, I'm going to be a mesh pile if I don't... I... Continue Reading →

Volcanic Titan Duel

The tirade of the volcano caroled along with the vicious breeze wafting along my undulated march to the apex to meet a titan, a volcanic titan. Drools of sombre crimson dripping from the mouth of the titan. Profuse sweat, scorching trails,... Continue Reading →

Nian (Finale)

'Black powder' acquired, now a torch. My focus span broke at the moment when the bellows of the tiled beasts shaken the vicinity of the village, my grip on the trees slipped, and I fell a few feet away from... Continue Reading →

Nian (Part 7)

The season of reaping had fallen in a heartbeat, the villagers were living their trite life, never breaking apart from the banality. They took my brother's words lightly, and the time had come, the roar of the hare-like beast and... Continue Reading →

Nian (Part 6)

As I woke up, I saw his ebony figure standing by the opening of the hut that we lived in. "Xi. I'm glad that you are awake." He spoke with his back towards me. "I think I should not fill... Continue Reading →

Nian (Part 5)

It was when the sun had made its mark over the horizon, beckoning the continuity of the banal life that had been led by the village. My life varied from them. My brother, an adventurous hungry soul, brought me up... Continue Reading →

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