Serenity's Writing Dump & Scenario Hell

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Serenity's Writing Dump & Scenario Hell

Post by Serenitynightowl » Tue Apr 16, 2019 8:00 am

The writing side of my doodle dump! I'll probably be marking things, since I can't stay on one project too long without getting bored. I'll probably edit posts multiple times, test the boundries on character limits, if there are any, and place a list here of what I'm writing. Each post'll have a header, either saying "Random Scenario" or a title of what I'm working on.
Just because there's a few clouds, doesn't mean someone isn't there. Some days, the clouds might make you feel alone, but they're always there even when you can't see them, your sun, your moon, and your stars. They can be long distance or really close, and while the clouds can be our hardships and struggles, occasionally there'll be a break where you can see those people, and be reminded of how much someone really cares about you.

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Re: Serenity's Writing Dump & Scenario Hell

Post by Serenitynightowl » Tue Apr 16, 2019 10:37 am

Name WIP
Temp name: Something about Angels and Demons
1.0

April. A month where winter starts to end, and spring starts to begin. Flowers on the rooftop of the school start to bud under the sun, kids, adults, and the like moving to and fro throughout the day. A busy spring leading up to quiet summers. High noon, lunch. The kids and staff bustling in the main building where the caffiteria is located, though a few seem absent and in different sections of the school.

Two students sat in the rooftop garden, packed lunches in tow as they sat on the wooden bench, overlooking the school grounds from the tallest building. One had short hair to their shoulders, while the other had hair falling to their waste, tied in a ponytail.

"Breath taking as always, huh?" Comments the short haired girl, moving a little closer to the edge of her seat, while the other starts to open her lunchbox. Snatching a grape from the box, she looks out to the view presented to them.

"You say that every time we come here, Sharron." The long haired girl replief with a small sigh, already anticipating the reply she was going to recieve. It was the same as always. Every day seemed to be the same when it came to the weekdays. Meet up with Sharron, go to school, attend classes, head up to the garden for lunch, go back to classes, excetera.

"Well, it's our little routine, Molly!" Sharron exclaimed with a grin, opening her own lunchbox as she roughly scooted back, moving the bench slightly. Molly rolled her eyes as she chewed her grape before propping her head up with a hand, an elbow on her knee.

"It's nice to have a small change every once in a while." Molly pouted, blindly reaching for another grape as she looked up to the clouds. 'At least the clouds change' Molly thought as she popped the grape into her mouth, not noticing Sharron steal one for herself.

"How about tomorrow? We can eat in the commons with everyone else, crowded into our seats with little to no arm room." Sharron suggested with a mocked cheerful tone, reaching for her sandwich from her bag.

"And be hit on by a bunch of cute guys?" Molly inquired as she playfully raised an eyebrow, as if it was a possibility. She reached into her pail and grabbed a baby carrot, starting to nibble om that.

"Ha! What? I'm not good enough for you?" Sharron asked playfully, wiggling her eyebrows suggestively as Molly rolled her eyes, gently shoving Sharron without much effect.

"As if." Molly answered before looking over the edge of the rooftop, noticing someone below. "It looks like she moved a little more your way this time." She noted, the figure at ground level sitting on a step leading inside. Feeling the bench move slightly, she glanced over to Sharron to see her russling through her lunchbox, pulling out a few eggs.

"She really is stupid, isn't she?" Sharron snickered as she got up, heading over to the edge. With a little bit of aim, she let them drop overhead.

(Note to self: Too much talking? Read through.)
Just because there's a few clouds, doesn't mean someone isn't there. Some days, the clouds might make you feel alone, but they're always there even when you can't see them, your sun, your moon, and your stars. They can be long distance or really close, and while the clouds can be our hardships and struggles, occasionally there'll be a break where you can see those people, and be reminded of how much someone really cares about you.

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