Stay in present tense, for example: And says instead of He said What might things be like in the village down the road First tell me I asked. I ask first tell me What's it like where you came from What's it like from where you come.
It would have been far better, she knew, to slowly feel her way through the pitch-black corridors instead of running flat-out, but that would have minimized what little hope for escaping she had left. A scattered memory flitted across her panic-filled mind.
I just wanted to live! To protect myself from everything here! Why is this happening to me?!
Her breath was coming in heavy pants now, each one tinged with a sob, and her legs were burning from continual use. How long had it been since she had started running? Running off into the darkness of the warehouse completely blind had been a foolish thing to do, she knew, but there had been no other choice.
She had to keep moving, had to find the way out before Lex found her…and she was sure he was coming after her.
Just like the monster in her childhood nightmare, she could practically feel him behind her, waiting for her to get tired so he could swoop down on her and take whatever horrible revenge he was planning.
She hit another wall, and this time rolled to the left, thankfully not hitting another crate as she did.
A second later, she heard a large crash from the space she just vacated, feeling the impact from where it had smashed against the ground, and whimpered in fear and frustration. Shaking, she climbed to her hooves, knowing that she had to get away before the crash brought everyone to her location.
Standing up, she started to move…and then stopped dead. Green eyes with purple flames from their outer corners were staring at her from the darkness. A moment later she collided with the main piece of the fallen crate, still largely intact despite the fall, and scrambled to get over it, splinters lodging in her belly as she dragged herself across the rough surface.
As she ran as best she could on her three uninjured legs, her only thought was to get away from the monster that was closing in on her, to try and buy herself whatever time she could by putting just a little more distance between herself and those horrible eyes.
She hit wall after wall, turning corners and running down corridors completely at random. The undead things I fed that carcass to! She had left them behind while they were busy feeding, but this time she had nothing to distract them with.
Worse, she knew from experience that these things could see in the dark somehow, whereas she could only roughly approximate where their voices were coming from. She had to get away! Hysterical, Fencer tried to climb to her hooves, to thrash or kick or roll or do anything!
But her body refused to obey her commands, her limbs locked rigidly into place.
Nonono oh sweet Celestia please no! Hooffalls marked the things moving closer to her, the only clue to their approach in the pitch blackness. Warm meat on the outside with soft marrow on the inside makes them hoof-licking good.
You two had your chances when you called dibs first, so her eyes are mine!
Some part of her knew that they had to be doing this on purpose, deliberately trying to frighten her before they killed her out of some sick sense of entertainment.Latin Proverbs, Mottoes, Phrases, and Words: Group A (classical-language maxims, slogans, adages, proverbs, and words of wisdom that can still capture our modern imagination) Expressions of general truths: Latin to English maxims, proverbs, and mottoes "As you sow, so shall you reap.".
You Reap What You Sow. by Kimberly B.
Southall. The Bible teaches us that we reap what we sow. Likewise, what you sow in life has a direct relationship to what you’ll receive in your life. In other words, your actions all have consequences.
Good actions result in good consequences, and bad actions result in bad consequences. “You must give to get, You must sow the seed, before you can reap the harvest.” There are many lessons to be taught that go along with the ideals of karma.
Keeping these words of wisdom in your mind will help you to become a better person. I constantly petition God and He sent me words. We are reaping what we sow. So, the title of my sermon today is "You 'll reap what you sow" () reported that private jet ownership grew from 20 in to in owned by top politicians, business moguls and oil magnates.
You Reap What You Sow Obadiah 15 If we make rash or sinful choices, we can anticipate negative consequences (Gal. –8). In other words, you reap what you sow, more than you sow, and later So they were destined to reap the same or worse.
What are you sowing? Are you spiteful to those who have harmed you? Or do you assist . There's more to the old adage, 'You reap what you sow,' J.D. Greear points out, noting that 'what comes back to you is always greater than what you sowed' -- for good or bad.