Trapped.The more I see your face, the sicker I get.The more I hear your voice, the more my head hurts.The closer you are to me, the closer I am to screaming.The more you use me, the more I want to run away.But I can't.Not yet.I'm trapped.I'm lost.I'm stuck.I'm ready to get away.And one day I will.
The Spider and The Bear. Prologue.Prologue: The still night air was cool and crisp. The midnight sky was flawless and the full moon hung low. It cast a brilliant silver light over the world below. Erie shadows filled the lonely alleyways and deserted spaces throughout the city. The streets were silent. Not a soul was out tonight. The shutters were shut, the curtains closed, the lights off. Children huddled with their parents, safe in their bedrooms. The people in this city were extremely superstitious. And once every ten years, on the night of the first full moon, they believed that evil spirits would be set free to roam the earth, looking for souls to drag down to Hell before the next day's sun began to rise. And tonight just happened to be that night. Many people around the world, including you I'm sure, would think that all of those frightened people were just a bunch of lo
The Prince.A lady dressed in black stood upon a rooftop. Her long red curls brushed against her face in the cool night breeze.Tears slid down her face. She held a bouquet of roses in every color of the rainbow.She lifted the flowers to her nose and took a small sniff. Then she pulled off the petals one by one and let them drift away. Each one was a happy memory she had shared with him. He had been her prince charming. But now her fairy-tale was over. He was gone.He had left her all alone. She now had nothing left. She tilted her head to the sky. The cold rain fell over her face and washed away the tears. She popped open the locket she always wore around her neck and looked down at his smiling face."Goodnight sweet prince," she whispered to it. She kissed the picture gently then snapped the locket shut. She stepped onto the very edge of the roof.She smiled as she fell, knowing she would see him again soon. While she lay there, the rose petals drifted down onto her and the rain slowly stopped.