just a momentI wore a time stained dress that reached halfway to Hell. Pretty blond curls sat upon my head, grasping desperately at Heaven’s gates. People blurred past in a moment spent staring at the stars that twinkled brightly in the midday sky. Joy striped socks peeked over the tops of my shoes, hoping to catch a glimpse of what I could see, and at that moment, traffic became quiet.just a moment by BewareTheZombies
The moment drifted on with the current and horns began to honk again. The clatter of voices filled the air. The stars became skyscraper windows and planes that buzzed overhead like flies. The wonder left, dragged away with that moment. I continued on my way through ordinary life.
ReasonsThe thief takes a sip from his glass, staring across the room. “Hey, do you guys remember when you first arrived in this town and joined the Guild?” The con artist nods, and the assassin speaks a small ‘yes’. “I remember trudging into town with a bag on my back and a flute in my hand, hoping to become a musician or bard or something. I was roughly fourteen years of age, and I had big dreams. Though I failed miserably at reaching my goals, I soon became a talented pickpocket. One day, I stole from a member of the Guild. They didn’t realize it was me until the next day. Thinking I’d be a good fit, they brought me to the Guild.”Reasons by BewareTheZombies
“I grew up in this city,” the con artist began. “I knew the people well, and could convince them of almost anything. I started a shop, and soon, people would come to me with things they wanted sold. Anything they sold to me, I could turn around for a large profit. The Guild approached me with a prop
A Thief An Assassin and A Con Artist“So, a thief, an assassin, and a con artist walk into a bar,” the assassin starts, his eyes glowing with laughter.A Thief An Assassin and A Con Artist by BewareTheZombies
The thief chuckles wildly. The con artist snorts. “And then what happens?” he poses, his tone implying that the joke was terrible.
Recovering, the thief finally joins in. “Well, the thief proposes the three of them get so drunk that even the bartender seems beautiful. They then proceed to hunt for lovely young ladies to stay the night with.”
“Ah, but my dear man,” the con artist begins, “our friend here is no longer on the market. What a shame. We used to have such wonderful times before this girl stole him from us.”
“At least I’m able to find a woman who’s willing to stay with me, unlike you two,” the assassin replies slyly.
“I chose to stay single,” the thief answers defensively. “I prefer the freedom of sleeping with whoever I want.”
“And what’s your e
ExpressionHe was a strange child. People who didn’t know him wouldn’t understand him. People who didn’t understand thought there was something wrong with him. The people who thought there was something wrong with him wouldn’t get to know him and would never understand him. It wasn’t Nero’s fault. He simply didn’t want to talk. That was all. It isn’t like he couldn’t. He just didn’t. Most of the people around him spoke with harsh, foul words and sharp, demanding tongues. Grandfather had told Nero not to speak like them. Speaking like that would make him seem arrogant, uneducated, and rude, among other things. Nero did as Grandfather said and did not speak like them. Instead, he tried to speak like Grandfather did. Nero simply didn’t know how. Instead, he simply didn’t speak, and that suited him. He didn’t have much to say anyway.Expression by BewareTheZombies
Nero also had trouble expressing. He didn’t understand how to do it. Grandfather didn
I, well, I like to write. Suprisingly though, I'm a bit baffled about what I should put here. Its likely to continue to change. I may ramble for a bit. That sort of thing. You don't really have to read it...
This is a bio, so... I am a blond, stubborn, lazy bookworm. I'm fairly sarcastic and my brand of humor goes right over what seems like most people. I find hipsters to be a bit too mainstream, and can't help but laugh at the irony.
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