Stories I'll never finish

Like the title says, this is the stories I'll never finish. I often have great inspiration, yet I never manage to write more than a few pages or so before a new idea jumps to my mind. So I wanted to share them all; why I don't know.

Mature content and grammar fails might follow.

So here we go, my many stories, I'll never finish.


1. The Lost Prince

The nightmares were keeping him awake again. He always dreamt about being kidnapped, and his parents being killed, and as always, he wondered if it was his memory that had begun kicking in, or if it just was nothing but nightmares.

It wasn't long before the sun would rise, so he didn't bother going to bed, and started walking around the shack they called a home. His “parents” were still sleeping, so he thought he'd go to the market, to get some fish and bread before it got too crowded, as he had never enjoyed larger groups of people at once.

So leaving a note on the table, he walked outside, and took a deep breath of the morning air. The forest was so beautiful at all times a day, but it looked the freshest after rain, as he assumed it had been raining, the way he sunk slightly into the moist and wet ground.

Already this early the villagers had begun to decorate the town in festive colours, which reminded Kaidan what day it was. The future king's birthday. He was going to become 19 or something today, yet he didn't care much for that, it didn't affect him in any way.

People greeted him as he passed them by, all was very cheery for the days special occasion.

As he admired the beautiful ornamentation of his home town, he were greeted by a most delicious smell that automatically made him change his course to the shop that sold fresh caught fish.

“Good morning Kaidan! You're up quite early!” The fishers wife said as she smiled at him, as he bowed to her.

“I am indeed. I wanted to buy some of your wonderful fish before they all got sold!” He said and walked up to the counter, looking at the fish that either hang from the ceiling, or were laid on the various plates.

“Oh you are too kind! I actually have a daughter just your age I imagine, 17 right?” She said and winked at him, yet he only acted interested, as he truly weren't.

“I would love to meet her then!” Lies. But he didn't want to hurt her feelings, or get thrown in jail.

“You know what,” she then said, and leaned over the counter, mashing her breasts together.

“You can have any fish you want for half price. See it as a gift from my daughter, to you.”

He looked at her with a surprised gaze.

“I couldn't!” He was quick to say, but she shook her head.

“Nonsense! You're a good lad! Good, but poor. Do accept this, and you could spend the extra cash on flowers for my daughter.” She winked again, and Kaidan didn't know how to respond to this, so to get out of it quickly, he paid for a fish that would normally cost 20 coins.

After having bought everything he needed for the breakfast, he took a longer route home, to watch the town getting prettied up for the prince's visit. The prince was a lone child, and probably used to only getting the best of the best.

“Spoiled rich brat.” Kaidan said to himself, and kept on walking down the street.

He could just imagine the chaos the pince would bring, when he becomes a selfish king.

There were rumours though, that the prince wasn't a lone-child, that he had a brother, who was kidnapped one night, and that the king was killed in his attempt to stop the brutes that had broken into the castle at night. But Kaidan wasn't one to believe in rumours.

As he silently berated the prince, whom he had never even seen, he didn't see where he was going, and stumbled into another person. 

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