Two SistersTwo Sisters by KenjiBeast
Once upon a time, in the magical land of Equestria...
Before dreams were dreams, there were two lonely planets orbiting one another in the light of a dying star. One of these was the moon, the other, the sphere on which we now live.
If there had been ponies to look to the sky, they would have seen only dark, swirling clouds and lightning. There were no stars, only the churnings of weather and the noise of wind eternal stretching from one edge of the flat horizon to the other. The earth quaked constantly.
In this place, there was no living animal with the exception of two alicorn foals, one white and one a dark blue.
They knew no language or magic. Their creator was a being quite foreign to both of them, who has been forgotten to history.
For a long while, they babbled blindly to one another. They fought occasionally, sparring with their horns and fluttering into the air with their wings, but they never approached the clouds, and they never left one another. They drank rain out of depre
Derailed ThreadDerailed Thread by KenjiBeast
Rarity's mane was a mess. Her hooves were dirty and her eyes felt as if they would bug out of her head.
"Where . Where could that fabric have gotten ?" She muttered to herself, scouring her studio for any sign of the lovely white cloth she'd ordered weeks ago. She was so busy, she hardly noticed her sister tiphoofing behind her until she heard the clatter of a ponyquin falling to the ground.
She whipped her head around to find Sweetie Belle looking a bit sheepish, carrying a bindle over her shoulder using her budding unicorn magic. She really was growing up quickly now, Rarity realized, and was finally mastering the many magical skills that she would use for the remainder of her life. "What is in that bag, Sweetie?"
"Oh, uh, nothing!" Sweetie replied gingerly, shuffling her hooves a bit. "Definitely not anything- Hey, no fair!!"
Rarity just rolled her eyes as she levitated the rudimentary bag and stick in her direction and unrolled it, gasping loudly at the contents. Inside t
Bon-Bon Surfs the PonynetBon-Bon Surfs the Ponynet by KenjiBeast
Click. Click click click. Click click.
Bon-Bon smiled widely, bathed as she was in the milky greenish glow of the backlit LCD display of her computer. It was early evening and the weather was pleasantly moist and lucky enough for her, her 'roommate' Lyra had gone out drinking with some of their fillyfriends, leaving her with the time and privacy to surf anything she wanted. Click clicky click. She heard a door slam behind her. Frantically, she found the little X at the upper right of the screen and killed the browser.
"The hay you looking at."
She closed the laptop so hard it made her glass of iced tea topple off the desk, her eyes growing wide as she turned her office chair around to see a certain lime-green unicorn. "N-nothing!" She stammered, a blush quickly rising to her cheeks as she saw a smirk play on Lyra's mouth. "What are you doing here?"
"Oh, it turns out that Berry Punch got court-ordered to go to Applecoholics Anonymous because she got busted drinking and galloping. Total
I'm not a Brony because...Edit: This is getting way too much attention for my liking. I'm making it private.I'm not a Brony because... by spectrum-sparkle
I'm not sure if anyone is remotely interested, but my profile has said "Is not a Brony" for some time now, and so far nobody has asked about it. So far my negativity about MLP:FiM hasn't pushed anyone away, at least not that I know of. It's my journal, so I can say whatever I want. But this is mainly a response in advance to anything that might come up.
I'm coming close to finishing my first RP'ed story set in the MLP: Companionship is Magic universe. It'll either appear here or in :iconblazeybakeneko:'s gallery, but it's not the story that I planned on doing first, so it won't make sense to a lot of readers without a proper introduction to this universe. It's just a story that I felt like doing and wanted to seize the mood while I could, in order to get started writing in general. The first actual story is so important, I think I sort of chickened out of "just getting started" with it. But when t