Boys school part 9Dinner was hell. It started with a speech of the not so pal principal, went on with a prayer to thank god for the meal, before they were allowed to even start eating.Boys school part 91 month ago in Romance More Like This
As suspected there were mostly uncultivated teenage hormones flying around eating like pigs as soon as the teachers turned around.
Not long after the beginning of the meal a few teacher took watching posts at each table looking over the students with watchful eyes. This lead to a sudden change of manner everybody's back got straight and both knife and fork were used as best as every student could.
Frank on the other hand was not in the mood to eat at all. At first he had his hands resting in his lap while studying the other students, but after a few carefully whispered remarks on Mikey's side his hands found there way up to the table where they stayed through most of the meal.
Once or twice a teacher told Frank to straighten his back, but he was mostly left alone as he obviously was a new student.
"They are worried you're
Pinned ButterfliesThe sky was light was barely tinged pink, infecting the black night air that had coldly hazed itself over the city of broken dreams and crushed wills. The stars began to fade away, growing dimmer and dimmer into the darkness of another passing night until they were nothing. The moon was large and full during the previous night, but as the morning approached, it began to fall down onto the horizon, eaten away by the city and its inhabitants.Pinned Butterflies1 month ago in Drama More Like This
The morning was finally here. Drawing an end to a terrible night where Gerard had not closed his eyes for even a second.
He sat on his bed, the room entirely filled with the unclear, translucent blur of cigarette smoke, streams of light coming in from in between the shutters. Dirty, dusty light, tainted even more by the stink of the little room.
Gerard's whole body was shaking terribly as tapped his cigarette on the end of the ashtray. It was overflowing with ash and butts, nearly falling from the top of the tray. Smoke was rising out of the tray, c
Don't Go [Frerard]He had never been one for goodbyes, and this time was no different.Don't Go [Frerard]1 month ago in Drama More Like This
He tried hard to avoid Gerard, but he couldn't keep himself away.
Every time he saw the black haired boy, or even heard his voice, his plans of stepping out of the picture and making the least amount of contact possible were destroyed.
It was utterly selfish of him, he knew it, but he couldn't bring himself to do anything about it. He tried, he really did, to go away and allow Gerard to move on. In the end, he hadn't even managed to tell him that he wouldn't be there for much longer.
It was eating him on the inside, and he knew he wouldn't have much time left. He could feel it killing him slowly, but surely, with every passing day.
A few weeks ago Gerard stopped by his house, and he looked just about as nervous as he was when he had finally gathered to courage to ask Frank out.
Later that evening, Frank got his answer as to why Gerard was that twitchy.
He got it in the form of a promise ring, and a hopeful ‘would