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Tears. All there was on the floor was tears, and the dim light made them hard to see. Mother couldn’t breathe, and father had died at war. My sister Jade tried to comfort me, but tears continued their steady flow. I myself couldn’t breathe, and fought to see the tears. I heard the shriek of my mother. “Crystal!” she called. “Crystal, save me, I need help!” I ran to my mother’s side. “Mother, you cannot live longer,” I said. “But I need help!” Mother cried. I myself began to cry. I really wanted her to stay, but then she would eternally suffer. I couldn’t do anything. I ran away, leaving my mother to die. “Jade, we leave tonight,” I said. Jade grabbed a simple candle and we ran away. We caught the train that night, and went as far away as possible. I never wanted to be in this land again. I never did in my life. I was crying as we got off the train and into the woods. The woods. They were our new home. I couldn’t bear to rethink what had happened the night we left. I never wanted to return again.
By NAVC 12 Green will beat 12 Black on 11.29.2011
each day is another layer of dust on my memory.
you need only strike a match…
By taiga tsubasa URL on 11.29.2011
“Dim the lights!” Aubrey shouted to her younger sister Audrey. The murderer was in the house and they needed to get him out. Audrey pushed all of the lights she could, but they would not dim. Audrey screamed when she burned herself trying to turn them off. The murderer had found them. Aubrey punched him hard. Aubrey flung her younger sister onto her back and ran away. There was no where to go, however. Just one place. The old school building. It was extremely dark. Aubrey and Audrey hid inside. They couldn’t stop sweating. The new the murderer was in the building. They ran into an old classroom. There wasn’t anyone there, thank goodness, but the murderer was smart enough to know where they were. They held onto each other, scared what would happen if they didn’t. However, their sad lives ended that night, and know one ever knew; that is, until the school year started again.
By NAVC 12 Green will beat 12 Black and any other team they play on 11.29.2011
The dim light turned to bright. It shined in my eyes. Out of the sun walked a sun gal, or a sun angel. She said, “I’m going to take you up to heaven. Just stay still. You won’t feel a thing.”
Now I get it. The sun gal meant she will kill me so that I’ll go to heaven. But it’s too late now. Now, i’m in the other place, with a bullet in my heart…
I’m the sun gal. That stands for a Super in the Underworld, a New Giver of After Life in Sunsan. In English, it means Murder Who Sends Kids to Their Graves. Now wait, you are a kid, right? So prepare!
Now, where’s my gun???????
Oh, I found it…
By heart, sweet on 11.29.2011
Hello! I like green and orange. Purple I don´t like. What is your favorite colour?Idon´t like
pizza and you? I love sushi. And you?
By lola on 11.29.2011
The thin wire filament fizzled and sputtered, spraying sparks onto the gritty cobbled walkway. Flickering on, the bare bulb swung in the breeze and sprayed lanky shadows against the stark wall behind.
By mere URL on 11.29.2011
In the dim light, she could see something. It was coming closer and closer and closer and closer and-”AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!” she screamed. It was a ghost!! “Wh-wh-who are you?” she asked. “I am the ghost of your mother” the ghost replied. “I AM BACK TO HAUNT YOU!!”
By ms on 11.29.2011
Dim means that there’s not a lot of light, but there still is some light. Like, in my room without the light on, the room is dim. You can also say someone is dim-witted, which means someone someone’s not very bright.
By Damaris URL on 11.29.2011
everything in my head is dim which leads me into wondering what the purpose of being in the light is since my eyes are closed more than they are open whether i’m deep in sleep or deep in thought or experiencing a moment that needs to be shaded until it’s all over. dim is comfortable and always will be the most comfortable. everything looks better in dim light; i know that i do.
By elisha jane URL on 11.29.2011
It keeps low and calm, the twilight muttering through the room, cascading down on our two bodies, arching in to intertwine yet kept completely separate. Fingers twitch closer and closer, coming toward one another. Touching only…not…quite.
By allison URL on 11.29.2011
The firelight dimmed as Leslie got ready to tell her story.
“Oh well that’s nice.”
By Audrey URL on 11.29.2011
The dim lighting surrounded us. It was hard to see, but quiet enough so that we could still hear. I saw your face, your smile dancing around in the dark shadows of the light. The light wasn’t bright enough. I couldn’t see your whole face. But at the same time, it was enough.
By Neha URL on 11.29.2011
The dim lighting surrounded us. It was hard to see, but quiet enough so that we could still hear. I saw your face, your bright eyes dancing around in the dark shadows of the light. It was still so very dark. But the smile you were wearing was good enough to provide the light.
The light is dim and there’s nobody in sight. I was walking home alone after the party. It was very cold out, I gasped for breath.
By k18 on 11.29.2011
The light bulb was dim and it was hard to see.
By nathan on 11.29.2011
it feels dim. dark. scary. alone.
is this what it would feel like if i started cutting myself?
so many questions. no answers.
how long will this go on?
By laughalot on 11.29.2011
I squint but the colors don’t return. In the few rays of light provided, everything appears to have a sepia glow. The smell of cigarettes and burning leaves somehow brings an old movie feel to the room.
By Briana Bloom URL on 11.29.2011
My parents say you can’t read in dim light, but I don’t believe them. In read in dim light all the time. I think they are crazy when they Say that. I love dim light!
By Venus Williams on 11.29.2011
Yesterday was a gloomy, gloomy day. The clouds hung thick and heavy, with the threat of rain. Surprisingly, this never depresses me. But it’s just one indication of Georgia’s weird weather. Just before sunset, we had the strangest yellow sky!
By Maid Mirawyn URL on 11.29.2011
I love dim light it is so cool. It is very interesting. I love dim light. it is awesome.
By Kirk Hinrich and Darren Sproles on 11.29.2011
I do not like dim light is is weird. apparently you can go blind from reading in dim light. I don’t beleive that. I prefer reading in dimish light, not super bright.
By BobbyFlay on 11.29.2011
very dark and gloomy, not happy,lowers amount of fun and stress .not fun
By ma on 11.29.2011
I can read his righteousness writing in the dim and flaring lamps they have builted him an alter in the dim lamps
By CHB on 11.29.2011
The dim lights down the hall showed me that my brother was reading. I tiptoed down stairs and found a dim light out side. Hovering above our house was a…………
By U can't spell awesome without me. on 11.29.2011
I love dim light. It is so cool. It seems like the lights are off but they are on. Also you can adjust the dimness. It is awesomely cool! Dim can also be an adjective. I’m not a big fan of adjectives though. Change of subject, Tim Tebow’s boss thinks he is dim witted. But he’s good so they play him. On the other hand, Percy Harvin’s boss thinks he isn’t dim witted, so they play him.
By Tim Tebow and Percy Harvin on 11.29.2011
I love dim light. It is so cool. It seems like the lights are off but they are on. Also you can adjust the dimness. It is awesomely cool! Dim can also be an adjective. I’m not a big fan of adjectives though. Change of subject, Tim Tebow’s boss thinks he is dim witted. But he’s good so they play him. On the other hand, Percy Harvin’s boss thinks he isn’t dim witted, so they play him. WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHOOOOOOOOO Tim Tebow and Percy Harvin.
I’m very sad the lights are very dim which is making me sad and scared because i am deathly afraid of ghost. there coming to get you
By gymnasticsizdabomb on 11.29.2011