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Dark Light: ProloguePrologue: New Update Problem. A man in a black cloak flies back into a tree. A monster with the vines of a plant, and the rose-shaped creature erected itself. This thing was at least two stories tall. The man in the black cloak pulled out one of his swords' and held it underhanded. With a gray mask covering his mouth and a right-side up eye patch, he points his weapon at the monster. He then got in a low stance, holding his weapon outwards; a defensive suite. "Hey magician!" The black cloak shouted, "Any time would be nice!" Another man from atop of a ruined one story building stomps his staff on the ground several times. "Quiet, I'm chanting." Strange, spiraling lights begin to engulf the staff as the man speaks the words of a whole new language. He wears a blue wizard hat, has a long white beard, and has the robes of nobility; one that only a powerful and important person could own. It was all trimmed in gold and navy blue.
Like A Stone: Chapter 4 Nadia didn't want to deal with the "insufferable" silence, Mike too. Here I am trying to think, What happened, what am I going to say to her, is she okay? I'm sure they're thinking the same things. However, I'm not panicking. "If one panics, one better be sure that there is no hope." My Sensai would say that to me. The two of them are trying to talk to me, and my replies are usually just grunts and moans. I don't want to talk. I don't want to think. If I start to think... The next few days went by, and I've noticed a little something with Clare. She's going everywhere I go. We walk to school together, go to one another's homeroom together, walk home together, and even spend time after school together. It's like we were dating. In my eyes, we weren't. In everyone else's eyes, we were. That fact annoyed me. What business was it of theirs' if two people spend time together. Some people never grow up past seventh grade. In the middle o
Like A Stone: Chapter 3 With the unbearable silence, Nadia was freaking out too. She began to hold herself and panic as if she knew something was wrong. Mike was now screaming and is totally frantic. The cab driver had to pull over to the side of the highway just so he'd stop. Now we're standing out here, in the freezing cold. Nadia grabs out a pack of cigarettes, She's no older than me and she's smoking? What the hell... I look over to Mike, he's a fetal position. I sigh and look up at the night sky. Were I in the country I would be able to see the stars, but I'm not. All I see is a black canvas. I reach out my hand and pretend to grab something. Days went by and Clare and I have gotten to known one another lately. I haven't seen this girl in years. The last time I saw her was when she was at the orphanage near the church. I use to go there as a kid because I didn't have any friends. Clare and I would go and play, but I'd usually try and avoid her, back then it wasn't right
Like A Stone: Chapter 2 We're on our way to the hospital. This cab smells like a trash can in a brewery. I think I can see some of the beer stains on the seat back here. Well that's pleasant. Mike is sitting in the front seat, while Nadia sits next to me here in the back. To my right is the city of Chicago. Looking at my phone to check the time, It's seven-thirty-four. It gets dark here in Illinois during this time of year. Christmas Eve and I'm going to the hospital. I lean next to the window and practically breathe on it. That's when Nadia speaks to me. "Neal!" Nadia says, almost shattering my eardrum. I motion my hand in dismissal. "What?" I refuse to look at her. "What happened to Clare?" "I don't know, ask Mike." I bet you anything that Nadia is pouting right now. "I have just a minute ago, and he's panicking too much to understand." Right... The bell rang, and it was time for me t
Persona 4: Midnight Return: Chapter 6 Yumi got upset and starts to kick and punch the door. Tohka and Kaname just stare at her awkwardly. The whole time Yumi was swearing and cursing Shin's name. In her anger Shin replied, yelling through the door. “Would you leave me alone! It's not like you give a damn, so just go away!” Shin shouted, he sat on the floor leaning on the door. He held his head, “Go away, and never come back! I've done that for all of you, so why can't you do it for me?” He stood up and banged on his own door from the inside with his fist, “What do I need to do to make you people happy!” The girls look down in shame, Yumi stops hurting the door, Tohka held her arm in defeat. For a while no one moves, no one said a word. It was like this for thirty minutes. “Go away, and never come back,” the very words said to him were now on display to them.,“I've done that for all of you!” “He ha
Like A Stone: Chapter 1 It's Christmas time, and this happens. I sit here in my room, my laptop on the desk with a half finished story. With a pondering thought, I realized something. I'm not worried. For the longest time I've been voided of emotion. I understood that people have these emotions and they practically run their entire lives. From morals, to thoughts, to actions, that's all they've ever truly relied on. Not rational thinking, or understanding the best method; emotion is the exact opposite. That's what I've learned in my life experience, and so far I haven't been proven wrong. At least... that's what I should be thinking. This all began about four months ago. I was walking from my home to school. I live in Chicago, where the bad of bad live. With just Chicago alone, Illinois has topped off the list of the crime/death ratio. Four out of the last five senators we've had are in prison. We had Al Capone, the Chicago Riot and Fire. This city is terrible, but still... with it'