War was the worst invention made by humans. It involved a lot of needless deaths, horrific scenes of maimed people and terrified screams of those dying. Second lieutenant John Havoc did not like war. He didn’t mind being a soldier as long as there was no war. He rejected war and despised anyone who claimed to like it. And despite everything, he was now stuck in one. Continue reading “Dog of the army” »
1)When god made earth, he created man. Man quickly learned the rules of the land, and the 7 Sins that would lead them to destruction. Though man being a greedy and troublesome creature at times, has broken these rules. And made us, we are the Sins. Continue reading “Truth of the Sins” »
Light is talking to Matsuda when he first feels it. A breath of air across the back of his neck and a premonitionary tingle in his fingers.
The hotel room that they are staying in– the investigators have gotten used to working in these anonymous rooms and Light allows them that comfort– is hot and closeted. The windows have all been shut and the drapes drawn. The investigators are all edgy. Ryuuzaki’s death is still heavy on them, and it shows in every hushed movement. Continue reading “After Death” »
It was a scene trapped in time: cherry blossoms adrift behind them as he posed for a shot with Keiko at the park in spring. He never saw that smile on her again, not after she had taken up the case. Of course, he had known the risks, but she had been one of the brightest in the ranks. He hadn’t counted on her being outwitted. Continue reading “Elegy” »
She was on the couch, a hand plastered over her head, and she was staring up at the ceiling fan, wishing it would spin faster. It wasn’t hot, but she could do with a bit more cold air. A breeze, maybe. But if she wanted a breeze she could just step outside. No, wait, she couldn’t step outside. They were in space. If she stepped outside without a spacesuit on she’d die within ten seconds. They said you could survive at least ten seconds in the vaccum of outer space if you shut your eyes tightly and if you put earplugs in your ears and pinched your nose shut. And then you’d die. Oh, how sad. Continue reading “Ace of Spades” »
The audience in Kitchen Stadium grew silent as a flash of spotlights on a central location suggested the beginning of yet another grand Iron Chef presentation. Spike Spiegel rose from nowhere up into the lights, unto his usual platform, by means of a lift. He lifted his hands, which were covered by his ‘out-flying-the-Swordfish-around’ gloves, and began to speak to the audience. Continue reading “Cowboy Bebop meets Iron Chef” »
Kurapica stared at his own reflection in the water. He was at the backyard garden of his boss’ mansion, by the little stream in the garden. The breeze blows by, messing up his hair, but he didn’t care. He looked emotionlessly into the water, staring straight into the eyes of his own reflection. Continue reading “Destiny Renewed” »
He could hear them, the voices; they haunted him day and night, night and day.
His entire life was based on what they told him, yet he never really listened.
He was beyond caring, beyond wondering, beyond hope, and beyond life. They
couldn’t understand, sure they sent him here, and they feed him, but they didn’t
know. They didn’t understand. He was sure of that. Continue reading “Completion of Souls” »
I had just left Sarah Maurer (a girl I walk home with) at her house, and was sketching out plots for Star Trek fanfics in the air, while simultaneously trying not to faint from the heat and the weight of my backpack. We had been having a heat wave, and the school doesn’t have air conditioning. Continue reading “I Am Sailor Thoth” »