Concert 3 By D.I. Jolly A good few weeks and many dates later, Jack had finally worked up the courage to ask his potential new boyfriend to come to one of his concerts. It wasn’t that he was embarrassed about his music, or scared to perform it. He was worried that if he leaned too…
Standing at the top of the east tower was the man the king was looking for, a short squat creature that was 4 foot high, and broad. His skin was a midnight blue and changed subtly depending on his mood and the light.
“Oh no! no, no, you are not leaving me in the dark on anything. Not after everything you’ve put me through. Now who was on the phone?”
I can’t take this! I’m sick of this room, I’m sick of you, I’m sick of the vending machine that’s made me so constipated that my eyes are changing colour.’
There are days when it seems like the whole world is against you, and there are days when it feels like everything you touch turns to gold.
The words scrawled across the walls read,
‘Only two ways to enter.’
To be read like David Attenborough.
Spending 6 years locked in a 35 square meter rectangle alone always changes a person.
A moment of fear that caused a wealth of pain.
Of all the ways to get around the city, the one Marvin hated the most, was the bus. But not for the reason that most people hated the bus.