The Metro tunnels of Stalliongrad shelter the last remnants of ponykind from the ravages of the Apocalypse. Beneath the earth, ponies struggle to survive against mutants, radiation, and each other. But when an unstoppable threat emerges from the darkness of the Metro, one pony must brave the shadows to save not just his home, but the very existence of his people.
Just an aspiring author who tends to think of stories that end bitter sweet.
I am up for requested reviewing if anyone would like to have their story read before they submit it. While I may not be the best at it, I can certainly cut some slack for a person who's better at reviewing. Just send a private message with a link to your writing and I'll get on it.
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Frosty Mug runs the premiere (and only) watering hole in Ponyville. He's been behind the pine for years, and listened to many a sob story, and joyous announcement. Enjoy his recollections of a rather strange week in which he served a different Element of Harmony every day, and a pony he would have never thought he'd have the honor of getting drunk. These are the memoirs of a Ponyville booze vendor.
Warning: Shipping is mentioned, so if you're some kind of anti-shipping zealot, don't read it.
Her car's a mess, and so is her life. What better way to start making sense of the cruel world than to take the city bus? Octavia is in for a bumpy ride as she journals her observations and feelings about using the Equestrian Transit System. What will she discover? Only one way to find out!
After teaching at Ponyville Elementary for many years, Cheerilee has been told that she must retire. As she walks home from the schoolhouse for the last time, she questions whether or not she's made a difference in the world.
A big thanks goes out to Taranasaurus0.0, Criticul, and Fluttrick for thier help prereading and editing this story.
Side Note: No cheesy poem this time!
Since I didn't feel there were any tags that matched the theme of this story, I made my own. Tag: [Motherhood] [A Parent's Love]
Love is one of those strange forces in nature that sometimes defies explanation. An old saying says that parents love their children, no matter what. Rainbow Dash is a rambunctious, wild, and rebellious filly that wants to live her life her own way. Her mother just wants her to go to school and get an education so that she can have a good life. Will Rainbow Dash's wild attitude sever the ties that bind a filly and her mother, or can Rainbow's mother weather the storm and still be a good mom to her daughter?
A really big, huge thanks goes out ot Taranasaurus0.0, TheStarsGuide, Magicolt808, Arimuss, Criticul, Tyek, Guesswork, Radator, BaroqueNexus, Word-Sight, Vivex, Dimondium, DevilBlade911 and Bahatumay for prereading and editing my atrociously bad grammar. If there is someone I missed that should be added to this list, message me and I will add you.
The cover picture of this story was created by Daviez on deviantArt, check this guy's stuff out. If you like wetmanes you really might be interested in his gallery. http://daviez20.deviantart.com/
This story was inspired by "Love You Forever" by Robert Munsch. I had not heard the story for several years before I wrote this, and forgot what it was called. However the story was so powerful I could never forget it.
A series starring everyone's favorite music duo, Vinyl Scratch and Octavia Philharmonica. There are no alien invasions, no epic battles, no larger than life heroes or villains. Just a few stories of love and d'awws.
Rainbow Dash has just passed away and is survived by her marefriend, Twilight Sparkle. Twilight is broken by the loss of her lover, and believes that she will never smile again. Will one last message from her true love be enough to pull her from her misery?
This story is inspired by the poem "Do not Stand at My Grave and Weep" by Mary Elizabeth Frye. A super big thanks goes out to Tyranasaurus0.0, TheStarsGuide, Magiccolt808, and Word-Sight for pre-reading and editing this!
The cover picture was drawn by hombre0 on deviantart. You can check out his page here http://hombre0.deviantart.com/
He says not to give him credit, well too bad. He's a talented artist and he deserves all the credit he can get.
This story is similar to another story I've written so I expect to get flack for this one.
As always thank you for reading, and I appreciate any criticisms that you give!
EDIT: A member named Dimondium created a piano concerto for this story. You can find the video here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4uxdzoF6sA&feature=youtu.be
The song is very beautiful and, in this author's opinion, this story does not even compare to the heart tugging power of that song. Thank you Dimondium, you have no idea how honored I am.
As the years drew on, Spike's childish heart grew into that of a true adult, longing for the finer things in life; the finest things. He pursues his relationship with Rarity, but all does not go as planned.
Filled with anger and sorrow, Spike and Rarity fall away from one another. In his grief, Spike pursues new interests, and their friendship is in danger of never recovering.
But perhaps the truest words in life are these: you do not know what you had until you have lost it. Jealous and alone, finding no comfort in stallions she once loved, can Rarity reclaim her one chance at true love, before it is too late?