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Bardeara

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  1. Happy Birthday Guy,

    I hope you have a FANTASTIC day and a GREAT year :)

  2. Bardeara

    The Secret

    Today was the day, I decided. It was finally time to tell Bryan, my best friend, the truth. It has been a secret I’ve held tightly guarded for so long that I’m driving myself crazy as I allowed it to eat away at me up until this point. Until this moment it was a road I was unwilling to travel down. A road that until recently seemed completely absurd for me to even consider. Yet here I am sitting and waiting for Bryan’s arrival so I can admit the truth and allow this burden to finally be lifted from my shoulders. Waiting until we were at our special hangout spot was the best way I figured
  3. “Darin?” Hayden called out as he was searching the upper level of his home. “Where are you …? I need you.” Hayden continued room by room, searching for what appeared to be of great importance to him. He actually began to panic as if he had lost what he was seeking. “I’m down here, Hayden,” Darin called out from the lower level and alerting Hayden to his whereabouts. Hayden breathed a sigh of relief, giving up his search, and made his way down to the lower level. He couldn’t help but make note of the somber tone in Darin’s voice as he walked down the stairs, but it wasn’t until he turn
  4. It was raining outside, falling harder then it had in a very long time. The weather seemed to mirror the mood within, although it was not the rain that caused the damper mood in the room, but rather a troubled soul lost in his thoughts. Felix, my brother, was slumped on the couch, like he constantly had been for some time. In fact, it had been over a week since he had developed this sinking feeling that constantly nagged at him so much, that it created a void in his heart. When watching him, it appeared that he was watching television, though after studying him for a short time, one coul
  5. I could just make myself out in the reflection of the broken mirror that the faint light seeping though the barred window provided me. It was dusk time, and they expected us to be resting in our beds shortly. I don’t know if you could call that a bed, and truthfully, I couldn’t decided which was more uncomfortable to rest on, the wooden box that they called a bed frame, or the thin mattress that makes hospital beds seem like a royalty’s dream. I guess I shouldn’t complain, at least now I’m no longer sleeping on the streets like I was before. I couldn’t help but feel like I was just t
  6. Bardeara

    A Proper Push

    Being awoken by the phone is by far the most annoying way to wake up, especially if you haven’t been sleeping well for the last few weeks. It was one of those weeks where nothing seemed to be going right for me, and as a result I decided to throw my hands up and just sulk in bed. Maybe it was my mind’s way of sabotaging everything just so that I would allow myself to rest for a change. It seemed to work too, because before I knew it I had entered into a dreamscape with some very intense imaginings. I would like to say that they were peaceful thoughts, but because of how inconstant I was w
  7. “Once upon a time, there was a young woman who lived with her two step-sisters and her step-mother. Her stepfamily was of the wicked sorts, and took full advantage of their fortune of inheriting a housekeeper, at least that’s what they treated her as. Her name was Cinderella, and although she always wore ragged clothing made from patched up hand me down clothing from her sisters, she had a heart like no other. She dreamt that things would change one day for her and she would meet someone, who would take her away from all this, and they would live happily ever after,” I paused, looking over
  8. I opened the door to the cabin and it was dark since no lights were on. Then again, why should there be? This cabin was no longer being used. It used to be a small chalet where skiers would stop to warm up, however, it had gone unused after the renovation of the ski lifts a few years back. I had been here a few times when I was younger with my family, and for that I was grateful. Had I not remembered about this cabin’s location, James would certainly have frozen to death. We were already feeling cold from the unforgiving blizzard. It came in strong, and it was clear it would not rel
  9. This Time Will Be Different by Bardeara The doorbell was about to ring, I knew it would. That’s because we developed a systematic ritual that we repeated every year. It was approaching 9:20 pm and I, by this point, had completely run out of candy like I did every year, and as I always did each year, I would turn off the jack-o-lantern and begin turning off the house lights. I always started with the upstairs room first going from room to room making certain that I turned off every light. After I made certain all the lights were turned off, I then began to make my
  10. Happy birthday! Miss you pal.

  11. Happy Birthday ~!!~

  12. Happy Birthday!

  13. Your gaydar isn't broken, it's just cleaverly hidden. I'm interested on people thoughts as to who it could be.
  14. Graeme, I've always enjoyed your stories, and I've truly enjoyed this one. I think the only complaint I could possibly make is I wanted more. You brought the theme with a very creative spin which I truly enjoyed. In regards to GPS units giving issues... try this... I have one that told me to make a left turn, than make an instant U-turn and that I have found the location. Funny after five tries I did just as the GPS unit said and found myself facing a farmers field when I was actually looking for a hotel that was about 2 miles up the road. :wacko: Got to love the Tech age.
  15. I don't have time for much these days and that includes writing, but Wildone, I read your story and damn that's the best punch ending I've read in a while. I think you've out done yourself for a first time entry. At first I thought there was a typo in the story and that the age was somewhere else, but once my brain caught up with the end, I think my eyes popped out of their sockets. Well done, dude your clearly did a bang up job. Now here comes the hard part... when do we get more?!?
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