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His Wings
Here Today, Gone Fishing Pt.1 by Sullivan Of The Sea A little after-drug-deal excitement. [1,105 words]
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First Meeting by Charity B Baez Erotic tale of a man and woman who met online, and are meeting face to face for the first time. [2,501 words]
Fading Away With The Rain by Desi Williams I wrote it based on the cover of "Fallen" by Evanescence. [137 words]
Fade Away by Vodka Ryuki Mint About a father and a son. [650 words]
Drop Dead Gorgeous by James C Bernthal A very light-hearted horror short. [875 words]
Discovering Truth by Kelley Rose This is a story about a girl who tries to find the truth about her sister's death. [5,089 words]
Anthropomorphia by Jeff Hunt A short story about people and animals. [1,754 words]
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... And She Would Tell Her Story by Animesh Kar A fairy tale with a twist! [1,915 words]
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A Soul Sold For Ten Seconds Of Heaven by Lithium - [479 words]
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Nothing Here by Ally K - [2 words]
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His Wings
I've always dreamed of this scene, don't know why, somehow it gives me an indescribable feeling. not sure if it's any good, please R&R.
[553 words]
Vodka Ryuki Mint
[April 2007]
A Rose, Dove And Friend (Poetry) A poem I did during one of my boring classes, i'll appreciate your input, thank you. [55 words]
Counterfeit Mask (Poetry) The title tells a lot of stuff... [89 words]
Fade Away (Short Stories) About a father and a son. [650 words]
Her (Poetry) Another poem I did during my boring lessons~ don't know whether it's good. nah, I dun think it's any good. T_T. [55 words]
If You Are... (Poetry) A poem dedicated to someone I love. (: [174 words] [Relationships]
Melanchony (Short Stories) The title says it all. [620 words]
Sapphire Moon (Poetry) A love poem~ :3 [94 words]
Taboo (Poetry) The night is long. The stars are gone. what’s left are just traces of memories, both yours and mine--- A poem of a very sweet sin :P [214 words] [Romance]
Times (Poetry) A poem dedicated to those I treasure. [106 words]
His Wings
Vodka Ryuki Mint

The wintry wind blew through her sleek blood-stained hair, letting them flow backwards as she scuttled across the frozen lake, dripping the scarlet blood from her clothes in every step she took. Looking back once more at her “unholy” home, she shut her eyes for a split second and with a note of finality, she turned her head and dart more rapidly with a nowhere directions. She just had to escape from her going-to-be-malicious fate.

Alas, she was unable to surpass her stamina and thus leaned against an intimidating tree to take a deep breath. Her face wrinkled and tears of self pity started to roll down her chilly red cheek upon having a liberated time from suppressing her mind of the incident before. She slowly slides herself down to crouch on the thick layer of pallid snow, using the tree as her back support. With hands wrapping around her knees and head placed on her legs, she whimpered louder and louder.

Time passed by slowly, the skies turned darker and darker and her pain stained her deeper each moment of her time. She had no more tears to weep; her face had become stinging cold due to the frozen tears on her face. Everything had faded; she no longer had the will to live longer, but out of the blue, she felt a pat on her empty head. She opened her eyes widely, still feeling the touch of the warm hand on her head, she sluggishly looked up.

She gasped a little as she looked at the one in her eyes. He wore a heavenly white cloth wrapped beautifully around his body. His hair has the most stunning brown color she had ever seen and above all, he had the most handsome face she had ever seen in her life, like a face carved by angels.

“w-who are you?” she finally asked.

“My dear girl, I’ve been watching you since long ago. I know everything about you. I know what you have done, I know what or who you love or dislike. Everything, including today’s incident.” He replied with a confident smile on his face and continued, “It’s not your fault that he’s dead. He tried to kill you first and he deserved his death, this was all just an accident, my girl, you don’t have to be afraid.”

“h-how did you know about my father?”
“I know everything.”
“b-but they will come after me sooner or later, how am I not supposed to be afraid?”
“Because I’m here.”
“b-but who are you? And why do you know everything about me?”
“Now, my girl, follow me and I will grant you happiness.”
“C-can I be happy if I come with you?”
“Of course my dear girl, after all, teens has the most desires in their lives, but in exchange, you have to accompany me on this earth wherever I go until the day you die under any circumstances. Can you do that?”

“Then please take me with you.” She stood up and said firmly, clenching her hands hard.

Holding the girl’s hand, he jumped up once and hover in the air.

“hold tight girl, we’re going to fly for a short while.” He exclaimed.

“Oh my gosh, who… w-what are you?” the girl asked with a pale face.

“I am the dark angel.” he said as he spread his dark wings to soar with the girl.



"first to review this! haha. well, anyway... me likes title and story. though i REALLY think you should make sequels for this. heehee." -- anglia.
"thanks ang, maybe i should think about that... hm." -- Vodka R.yuki Mint.
"Yoz.... Good poem... Love it" -- Iris, Singapore, Singapore, Singapore.
"^^;;; i think you reviewed in the wrong one iris." -- Vodka R.yuki Mint.
"straight to the point...it's good...actually i only said tat coz i'm scared tat i might end up in hospital if i said tat it sucks...haha KIDDING2...but seriously it's good...^^" -- whowho.
"*smile* knew it. You know what, i don't think you will end up in a hospital if you said that this thing is bad coz for some reasons, i agree. But oh well, if u r saying this now, i think you are not just going to go to a hospital, probably a MENTAL hospital *smile* KIDDING2, seriously thank you. ^^" -- Vodka R.yuki Mint.
"nice..... i like ur stories, will u be having a sequel??? dark angel, wa... must have sequel k?" -- Steph.
"considering... XD anyway, thanks steph~ you should publish them here too. you are good XD" -- Vodka R.yuki Mint.
"D*MN IT ANGEL!!!! I HATE U!!! IT SO F*CKIN NICE!!!! I LOVE IT!!! ESPECIALLY U'R POEMS... HUEEEE... HEH! Dun forget to think to publish all u'r creation! This is so D*MN GOOD!!! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK GIRL!!! ^_^v" -- MaRLeEn, Toa Payoh, Singapore.
"Yo leen! haha. I don't think you need to voice out with vulgerities here. hehe. gaaah! dun reveal my real name? I hate it... "angel" bleh, bullshit." -- Vodka R.yuki Mint.
"I wasn't expecting that ending! But I enjoyed it just the same. Great twist that darts out at story's conclusion and the imagery you used really sat well in my mind as I read. And by the way, thanks for reading my stories too. I really appreciate it. And I hope your wrist never suffers from athritis because I thoroughly enjoyed your writing. Take care." -- Jeffrey Pillow, Phenix, VA.


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April 2005

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