OrdinaryMost people fall in love with the extra-ordinary.Ordinary6 years ago in Stories & Vignettes
You are not most people; never for a moment try to believe you are. You stand out from the crowd, with your quiet ways and subtle humor, and, in the beginning, that's horrifying. But soon enough, you will learn to lift your eyes and set your jaw; you will learn the word no when it comes to fools; you will live emblazoned over the world like a fiery rainbow.
You will learn many, many things in the coming years.
You will learn to smile with all the vibrancy you have tucked away inside of you, and you will learn to be that other kind of beautiful. The kind that dreamers and thinkers are. You will grow your hair out - yes, down to your waist like you always dreamed - and it will tickle your elbows when you laugh. You will define your own fashion sense - not what's popular, but something entirely unknown and entirely you. And it will be more than ordinary.
You will learn to laugh and cry and love and talk. You w
SmileThe door to the Hokages office opened and a head of a short, messy blue hair poked in, followed by pale blue eyes, a cute button nose and a cheeky grin. The small boy moved completely into the empty room and shut the door behind him just as another small body slammed into the wooden door. The boy inside the room laughed cheekily at the whine that carried through the door.Smile8 years ago in Fan Fiction
Kouta-nii-san, let me in! A small female voice cried out.
The small boys smile faltered, his little sisters tone tugging at his heartstrings. Kouta sighed irritably, irritated that his four-year-old sister could manipulate him so. He opened the door and a small pale girl, with long blonde hair tied back in a single plait, walked in. Her Byakugan eyes shone with happiness and gratitude, having already forgiven her older brother for shutting her out of the room. Like her eyes, her ability to forgive was a trait she inherited from her mother. Koutas ability to cave under his siste
England X Reader - GentlemanYou snuggled deeper into your overcoat as you headed toward the university. The crisp autumn atmosphere rolled all across England, meaning your evenings were now filled with hot chocolate and hearth fire.England X Reader - Gentleman3 years ago in Romance
And Arthur, of course, who you were on your way to see now.
Arthur really was the perfect boyfriend, a true gentleman straight out of a 19th century romance novel complete with perfect manners and the ability to dance.
Before you started to date, he actually called your father and asked his permission to "court" you. His chivalry wasn't forced or investing, it was simply in Arthur's nature: He was never rude to you, he was always considerate of you, and he held you in the greatest respect.
As if his manner wasn't enough, he was also incredibly handsome, with soft blonde hair and glittering jade eyes. You honestly had no idea what cosmological luck fall landed you with him.
You let out a happy sigh and nearly skipped up the stairs to the great stone steps of the building.
You opened th