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Outcasts Chapter 1The wolf snarled, standing up with labor as he looked at the feline who was backing away. Siren kept his ears up as he backed up, seemingly terrified. "How dare you!" the wolf snarled as he lunged for the feline which couldn't see what was coming and was striked across the leg. The wolf stalked towards the cat, growling.
"Well? Are you going to dodge?" the lupine challenged, amazed when the cat sat down and looked away from the angry creature. "Of course I'm going to dodge!" Siren stated as he looked in the wrong direction. Blinking, the wolf said, "I'm right here."
"Hey what's up with you? Why aren't you looking at me?" he stated
Outcasts Intro 3 CatEars up and at attention, tail straight up, and making himself look like he was looking around, the male feline stalked around. He had no clue where he was, no clue what was around him, and no clue how he had gotten there. He was blind, a large ugly X shaped scar right over his eyes. He didn't remember his clan from where he was born, he could only remember the kind... ape things that took him into their family.
And, just like he could remember the kind humans, he could also remember the extreme pain from when the bear slashed its claws right over his eyes. The blindness annoyed him greatly, for he was a cat. One who, as a kitten, loved to h
Friends ForeverI looked at my opponent fiercely, shifting my bladed right arm lightly. My master stood behind me, watching in disbelief and fear. My eyes were gazing and ready, the man shifted on one foot before sprinting forwards, running to me. Stupid move for anyone who knew how to fight. I dodged quickly, snarling at him like a crazed animal when he grabbed my left arm and pulled me towards him so swiftly I never had time to react. He held me close, holding my left arm behind me as he kept his other arm firmly around my neck. My bladed arm shifted back to a normal hand as I stood there, waiting.
"Go ahead, human, kill me," I whispered quietly. My maste
Random Angel Short StoryGentle white wings flapped behind her as she gazed at the black winged angel before her. His black wings drooped as he looked down, away from her watching gaze. He was ashamed. Ashamed he had met such a gorgeous female angel. Ashamed of his tainted connection with Him. Here he was, tainted and confused... Like a small duckling who went too far from home. Then it was her. Her connection with God untainted and pure... Her wings and shining halo showed it. Yet as he stood here, being evaluated by her, he couldn't help but feel relieved. He had tried to redeem himself... He helped those dying and he tried to be there when new life was given. He h
Outcasts intro 1 dragonShe dragged herself forward, her broken wing dragging next to her while her other wing lay to her side. She was originally a small dragon being a female, but because back at the clan she had been sickly and weak, she was shorter then most dragons. Standing at only nine feet tall, the female was barely intimidating. She had paper thin scales which could easily be cut through, her right front leg was broken and so was her right head horn. Her right wing had claw marks through the membrane and was ripped from a previous fight. Her right hind leg had been sliced open and she was bleeding badly, her blood trailing behind her as she limped. On her
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27He had 27 bones
in his left hand, all under a thick netting
of coral reef. He had 27 bones in his right hand too, each perfectly preserved.
Both hands held their breath
as he approached stage exit.
Hit every bar, tour every state.
A river runs interstate through Texas.
Small yellow lines jump straight through it.
Take the US-27 from Fort Wayne to Miami. A second doesn’t make it
to his destination.
Cobalt. Aluminum. A third was found dead, drowned in his pool,
an empty shot glass floating beside him.
Cobalt weighed down his shoulders. Alumi
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