The Crimson CircusA lovely day, dare I say!Watch as the rays of light pass through the monstrous corroding beams of the Great Ferris Wheel.Hear the gentle breeze ruffle through plastic sheets of the colorful merchants' stand, attracting the crowd with their bizarre shows and unique merchandise.Listen to the creak of the merry-go-round's rusted and time-stricken hinges.Behold the nearly whited-out mirrors, the reflection of filth and erosion.Inhale the aromatic smell of the sweet and savory treats, rotting in their stands.Can you hear it, folks? The silence of hundreds of children who are no longer amongst us, along with the mute screams of those who's souls are imprisoned for eternity?Indeed, sirs and madams, right where you are standing, on the red pavements, blood has been shed! Blood of the brightest red, saturated with shine, blood of the young and blood of the old, all blood as long at it had that crimson shine!No need for a moment of silent, these were not victims nor unfortunate casualtie
S.P.I.T.E - summary of a collaborative storyWhoever's been following me for a while now has seen mentions of a story I write with a good friend, that we intend on turning into a book.So, I finally had the time and a plot that's stable enough to give a summary of it:The story takes place in the relatively near future following what has been considered as the Third World War, with no regards to the participants of the war or who the winners were. The worst consequence of this war, however, is the loss of basic morals due to heavy losses, both financial from war expenses or the deaths of massive amounts of soldiers on both side.A committee assembled to discuss the consequences of the war and what to do to better prepare the armies of the future to withstand such wars.This committee came up with a program utilizing the best technologies of that time to build a better, stronger military foundation and making better soldiers.This program, made possible through compensations from the losing side, included multiple pa
[CP Original] Out of SyncEli was the most average of little boys.Every morning he would wake up smiling brightly at each new day.He then stretches out him limbs, take some fresh clothes and get dressed for school in front of his mirror.But one day, as Eli popped his head out of the collar of his shirt, he was horrified at the image staring back at him from within the mirror – it appeared to be himself, but it was hard to tell. The boy in the mirror was almost entirely covered in blood, spewing from an open gash in his throat. His head was misshapen and one of his arms appeared to be crooked, dangling loosely from the shoulder.He screamed, and so did the boy in the mirror.He fell backwards, and so did the boy.Eli stumbled out of his room to tell his parents, who waved off this vision as a harmless figment of their child's over-active imagination, and rushed him to hurry or he'll miss the school-bus. As he did so, Eli has avoided any reflecting surface, fearing he'll meet with his bloody reflection.