I noticed that Commaful doesn't have a crime fighter yet So here I am Sometimes life tastes like teardrops of white noise. A dark heart can still feel light. Just when I thought I cut myself on your tongue for the last time. "Why can't someone see the darkness I hide behind my smile?" A poem about how I need a hero to save me from myself </3 The way I'd trail after you While you did your chores
What does reality feel like? A short story based on a prompt from @skye! My hero never played sports or went to war. He merely taught me how to live. O B S E S S / / / / This is for @animefreak but you may read it if you got nothing better to do.
Disclaimer: I do not actually advocate for gunning AN... A short story I wrote for the 2018 superhero contest. Hope you enjoy the read :) Up up and away ladies!! #girlpower
© Genevieve Kubica You were my hero who swooped in to save the day You are in our homes. You are in our beds. You are in our hands. I only hope, you have not infested our brains. For there, I hope is still electricity free.
Depression comes in episodes. Now I know that.
These are the members of The Transcendents, the world’s first superhero team comprised entirely of transgender or non-binary superheroes. | About 500 words in length. This is a short story based on a recent event that happened to someone close to me. Back from a holiday with a short, little ‘thing’ for today. Stories are fake, you say? Wait, that is a red herring. Wrong food. The hero returns home at long last, bag close, uniform on, memories hidden.
(*May be triggering- references to war. Inspired by today's prompt: hero and PTSD sufferers after wars.) Nothing profound, but we all need a hero.