Cross Water Chapter 1In Loving MemoryBryant Turner Kudzsir1978-2008Cross WaterIntroductionLook
being a vampire, or vampyre as some of the kids are spelling it nowadays, is ignorable to a point. Vampires in this day and age are starting to merge into society. Vampires love to play themselves off as dark. They like to be dark and they like to be outcasts. Theyve Embraced their heritage I guess. They stay out of the sunlight; they wear all black, the whole shebang. Metal chains, piercing, everything. Frankly, it sickens me. Im sick of the made up stereotypes. Im wondering personally when people are going to stop victimizing themselves. Im going to say this one time, maybe more but I want to put as much emphasis on this as possible.We do not need blood.Did you get that? Now let me introduce myself. Im Fredrick Kudzsir I am a TV Repairman, Im a widower and I had a son. I enjoy late-night swimming and Im a vampire, as was my son, Bryant Kudzsir.
Eye Patch: A Short StoryEye-PatchBy Wilson TaylorFor the Dissent DramaticaA man, well, whatever you consider a man. A boy receives a package with no return address. Well call this boy
Kyle. This package, its flimsy, easily torn paper, it contains an eye-patch. This is not unusual, the big pirate-style eye-patch. Kyle, he has millions of them. Nothing was different about this one. When youre a boy named Kyle, not a man, and you receive this eye patch in the mail, what you think is Oh great, another one trying to save me from isolation. What you try not to think is that everything in life is not destiny. Kyle, he is comfortable.But this one contains a note. Only a few dont. But this one, it had floral print. Kyle turned it over, along the border there were kittens. The cute fluffy ones you never want to grow up, the ones that are so fuzzy wuzzy-dorable that they are too cute, how could they ever grow up and scratch your eye out? Something so benign, how could it pos