I'm FineCatherine knew she half-stumbled onto the bus like a drunkard, struggled to grasp the few coins in her pocket to pay and failed twice to recognise a ten pence piece from a pound before giving up to drop whatever she guessed would be enough.I'm Fine by Omega-Chimera
She ignored whatever the driver said to her.
"It's fine," she muttered in response and waited the few seconds before taking her ticket in a shaking hand. To the back, she thought, dragging her feet and fumbling for a hold on whatever she could grasp before loosing her balance completely. I can do this. Everything's fine, she soothed, forcing her legs to move for the back of the bus where the seats (she thanked whatever deity existed for her luck) were empty, devoid of the eyes fixed on her as she shambled past.
Not like they'd understand, she considered, reaching the back row of empty seats and looked down upon them before being jostled by the motion of the bus moving off. Unsurprisingly to everyone there she lost her balance and landed a
The Also PoniesOnce upon time there were these people who were really good at exploration (let's call them "The People") and one day they were exploring the universe they came across a world inhabited by various creatures of myth from a little known world called Earth. Curious about why they found themselves watching unicorns and griffins and dog-like creatures and dragons The People decided to make contact with the rulers of this world who could control the day and night.The Also Ponies by Omega-Chimera
The People having ended on good-terms with bug-like Katerian's after a bout of war (minor misunderstanding about eye-contact) weren't surprised by the royal guard of Canterlot taking the offensive when they appeared in the throne room. But after explaining it away as being less of an intrusion compared to a sentient exploration ship hovering overhead, something Celestia found amusing and The People treated as a matter of first-impressions.
So The People, Celestia and Luna talked about the matter of The People discovering
A Change of MatterEverything she could dread had nothing on what she faced at the table, talking jovially about recent trends and pleasant. Honestly, she found the guy pleasant and kind of nice, going on about it, answering questions when she could get a word without feeling like she interrupted a lecture for a phone call, but she couldn't rid herself of the dread feeling looming on the horizon of what she wanted to consider a pleasant date with a guy who had all the qualities of a nice bloke who might be open minded enough not to go running for the hills when it came to discussing her line of work.A Change of Matter by Omega-Chimera
Lovecraft you could make this a nightmare of the will if you were writing this, she thought, taking a sip of her drink and probing into what he meant by "that kind of thing" going on behind closed doors. What she thought he meant turned out to be something else entirely.
"In the end it's all a matter of ignoring what we think is wrong to get through the day," he finished, giving a sigh as though he made his
The Final Words of TimeDear CelestiaThe Final Words of Time by Omega-Chimera
Since you seem so intent on removing me from my position with this talk of "time is simple enough to regulate itself" foulness I have decided to leave before you banish me to the moon such as you did to our sister.
So to fulfil my desire to leave a mark which will remind you of my place quite fittingly I have given you the gift of a nephew and niece. I am aware of the proclamation that we as alicorns should avoid romances (or offspring), but I have made some exceptions to a rather smart one, though I have doomed her to offspring of the greatest annoyance fortunately they aren't that bad .yet.
Pray tell I hear you cry, I have sired two heirs with my power, no, no, no, I have sired heirs without my power but carry that quality you always did find annoying (I understand fully about the incident with the shovel quite well now). Yes, I am aware I was the worst of company though I always thought this wouldn't lead to the potential of banishment or worst (yes, I know y