Starting Over

In an isolated home lives a man alone. He counts the days as they pass by. Chip is his name his mom granted him since he was born. He works in a law office helping out his clients, who have been in a lot of rundowns. There are no friends along to celebrate his verdicts victoriously. Not all his clients have won with the winning and losses of court trial cases.

Chip has only one friend who hangs out with him. He tells Sandra that he wants some company. She knew that it meant his wanting of companion friends. She has a lot of friends, and Chip would be surprised by meeting them. He will be friends with her companions. Instead of being depressed all his entire life, he finally became happy.

A month later, she got personal with him. Both now got into a relationship because of their connection towards each other. Sandra gave him everything for his life. She knew before he used to be sad about his negative past experiences. All the chips of this world turned out best for Chip. Several have passed, and they both got married.

“You have changed my world forever,” Chip Caddle said.

“I know. I did it for you,” Sandra Kelpin explained.

“It was all for me in the taking.” He responded.

“We’re happily ever after!” she said.

It was a happy marriage for Chip and Sandra. Out of their family, they now have three sons and two daughters. The sons are named, Bob, Adrian, and Jack. Their two daughters are called, Olivia and Carrie. The family had succeeded business success in their whole lives. The whole Caddle family is in business of lawyering associates company.

Grandpa Crow’s Autobiography

It is grandpa Crow’s final day. His granddaughter Sari knows he will no longer be here. She just turned 32 and is happily married. She only wants time with her grandfather. Crow speaks to her telling her to remember him and keep him in her heart and mind always.

It is so hard for Sari that she tears all over the floor. Crows softens her gently. She talks to him. He tells her that she loves her, and she tell him the same. Grandpa Crow has spent his last breath, and his heartbeat goes into a completely straight line.

She drops her head to the bed and starts crying constantly. But, something strange is happening. Crow’s body turns into pages, book cover, words, signed book, and etc. She held up her head and no longer saw his body. It was gone.

Sari notices an autobiography book. The title said Crow Lenders: An Autobiography by Crow Lenders. A long book of her grandfather’s entire life. She became happy. Inside there was his signed autograph. Sari feels strange but glad she has his book to remember him of his life.

She goes out to her family and tells them that her grandfather is now an autobiography book written by him. A week later, she starts reading the book. She gives it hugs and kisses.

Shattered Mirror

Hill touches the mirror and immediately gets drowned inside of it by falling in its glass, tears up the majority of his skin loses all his blood. The negative emotions well up inside him. He keeps screaming, but no one hears him. The body parts rip apart like a torn-up toy. He is now dead, but his body parts keep falling. A real life nightmare that tore up his entire life.

He is now dropping into a mirror trash bag filled with tons of mirror broken glasses. It is such a pity. Hill is now the collection of the mirror.

Here He Is, But Now Gone

Doyle walks outside in the streets of shame. The strangers are with wide-open grins chitty chatters by cruising all over. His smile is downwards by shedding tears of water. The tears keep coming down his rotten face image.

His fists bump all over his stomach. People grin at him all the time in a heckling motion. His body turns to leaves while all of his body parts blow in the wind. Doyle is now full of a bucket of leaves rolling all over the sky. People shout out with wild wolf noises. Doyle is now a Fall of leaves traveling in the sky passing through the crowd.

The Sky Eye

Strangers are going out in public to stores, restaurants, etc. It is a nice day right now. It is in a blue sky and white clouds. It looks as if nothing wrong will happen at this moment.

But, the sky changes into an eye with red pupils. Most people began to look suspicious at it. They begin to be concerned. The eye beams red lasers from its pupils. Strangers start to get hurt and injured. They bleed, their arms, legs, and hands fall apart.

The eye continues to destroy everything in its path. For example, buildings, streets, and strangers begin dying. Through the horror, all the people are now dead. The eye appears from a demon who wanted to do damage to this friendly town. It is now a disaster town.

The eye from the demon disappears, but the day has turned to blood red.

Fairy Red Dust

Strangers are going out to delight themselves. Some are eating in restaurants, walking around the park, etc. An angel appeared, and they think he is friendly. All of a sudden, the angel blows red fairy dust all over the town.

The people die by breathing its sense of smell. The town doesn’t have a life to it anymore. The angel flies away and thinks his mission is accomplished. He tries to go to Heaven but doesn’t receive an invite. They disqualified him from entering.

He is stuck between worlds. He doesn’t belong anywhere, but nowhere.

Crying

Hover has his life ruined. He doesn’t have any idea how to fix it. He feels depressed all through his life. Mom and dad try to cheer him up. He is still sad. Hover went out to go somewhere.

He is crying. His tears come out as blood red. It is his blood red tears. The strangers still watch him pour out blood tears. He can’t get out of the funk. Some of them try to help him, but to no avail. He gets weaker and weaker.

The sidewalk, walls, and grass get painted blood red. Hover is very sad. He is all skin and bones. It doesn’t look as if he has meat and blood in his body. It got all drained out from his system. He still pours out red tears. They witness him dying from his blood tears.

Suddenly, everything on the floor gets painted in blood. Hover’s body is dropped to the ground. He is dead. people cry, and mourn his death. They feel sorry for him.

Hakuna-matata Method

“Why are you so glum, Daryll?” dad asked.

“I don’t feel happy, because I don’t have any friends. I will never be happy.” Daryll said.

“I am worried,” Daryll said.

Why don’t you try the Hakuna-matata method, son.” dad said.

“What’s that?” Daryll asked.

“It means no worries, no troubles,” dad told him.

“Does it work?” Daryll asked.

Suddenly he feels a little bit good.

“Yeah, of course it does! It takes all your worries and troubles away,” dad told him.

“I like the sound of that!” Daryll cried happily. He is now confident that he will gain friends.

FYI:

Hakuna-matata is a Swahili Language phrase from South Africa, the meaning is “no worries, no troubles.”.

Demons’ Magic

The city is bright with happy minded people. Most are minding their own business. Each person is doing their regular routines like shopping, having fun going out, etc. A fun time in the city.

The demons didn’t like this day at all. They think it’s time to end it. They worked with their magic powers from deep down high dimensions. The people were dropping to the ground. Their bodies were moving by itself, scrapping on sidewalks, grass, and streets.

Everyone is fighting for their lives. They are hopeless. Their bodies are turning to ashes. All the floors, streets, and grass are turning into blood red. The animals are also getting killed. The demons’ own doing is working to perfection. The city is turned into a dead zone.

The Letter M

The audience was seated in a conference speech. An unknown being was waiting to make his speech to the crowd. It was the letter M. It is seven feet and 12 inches tall. It was painted in red.

The host presented the letter M to the crowd and gave it a chance to make its speech announcement. Close to the microphone he called out, Murder. The crowd became stunned trying to figure out what it meant. Suddenly the little words, “Murder” comes out of M. The murder words are painted red as M as well.

M calls out “Murder” again plenty of times. The doors were locked tight. The words go inside the fans’ bodies causing them to soak out lots of blood. They all start to die. M also kills his hosts with the words “Murder” doing it for it.

M did all the killing. There was no one left alive. Everyone is killed, but not the letter, M. He repeats still calling out. “Murder!” all the time. There was blood splattered all around the room. Dead bodies all on the floor.