RunawayStop! You're lost!Her conscious seemed to scream out at her as she forced her foot to stay on the gas pedal. "NO!" she shouted back aloud, causing another driver passing her on the county road to look her direction. She flipped the bird, laughing as he sped past...
Somewhere Over the RainbowThe sun rises on another dayjust like it had the day before.Get up.Go to work.Come home, eat.Sleep.I wish I were Dorothy.Then, with Toto in hand,I would sail across the rainbowaway from this humdrum, grey life.Across the rainbow to a land of color.Where scarecrows talk and monkeys flyand all you need to travel is a broom,a bubble,or simply a good pair of shoes.To a land where witches -good and bad- governand a winding road of yellow brickleads you to a city of emeralds.I won't pack much.There's no need to because brains,a heart,and courage are all that's necessary.I would stay as long as I pleased because,should I want to go home,three clicks of my heels would fly me over deserts,though clouds,and then back over the rainbow where there really isNo place like Home
CondemnedThe door opened and she looked up.A police officer had entered the room. He sat down, looking straight into her eyes. His own cold and unforgiving. "We have evidence you were there. You had a hand in it!"She turned her gaze from him."Take her away!" he growled.
Places Please Places! came the stage managers voice. Lindsey quickly touched up her make-up and checked her hair before joining the rest of the chatter and footsteps of the other cast members as they rushed backstage to take their places in the wings. Three months. Twelve weeks of fast food suppers and sore muscles led to this. Lindsey had been in well over a hundred shows and though she had yet to receive a lead role, she still never grew tired of doing them. She loved everything about performing the auditions, the rehearsals, the actual performances Opening Night especially. There was always excitement in the first night with an audience. Even though Lindsey and the other actors knew the entire show from the first line to their last step that took them offstage, having an audience made everythin
HonestySome big, some jagged,some only slivers reflecting light,all worth seven years bad luck.As I look up from all those shardsI hope she gets more.Was I supposed to lie?She asked if she was the fairest in the land....
I'm GoodI'm having a bad day.I tripped and rolled my ankle,my homework isn't finished,my hair is a disaster,I spilled coffee on my sweaterand -of course- it's white!I'm running late for classand I don't have time to talk.What's that?You want to know how I'm doing?
Cu Later Thousands of feet pass over. None take notice of what lies beneath. A single flash of copper in the sunlight