An Ever-fixed MarkAn Ever-fixed Mark4 years ago in Literature Entries More Like This
Eight minutes. He had eight minutes. He stared at the miraculous clock. One last chance to see her, her beautiful face. His heart pounded in time with his head: Hurry, hurry, hurry. One more turn, and he can turn back time, to apologize, to amend. One more turn, and he can---
She would be alive again.
--see her eyes, full and alive. The long-hidden dreams, steeped deeply within his soul, rose once more.
Severus brushed by the students, so preoccupied with this one thought that he forgot even to snarl. In the faint back of his mind, he realized that the Carrows were yelling at him. And then he was in front of the Gryffindor entrance. He stepped forward
--right into Minerva. "WHAT do you think you are doing?" she hissed," Out for fresh meat, aren't you, you slimy COWARD!"
The word rang in his mind, and his eyes finally noticed Minerva. Her hair was a wild mess, and her face screwed in anger. And Minerva's eyes burned a fiery light, just like her's. Seve
Burning MoonI'd rather not say that these past years have been years of sadness. They were lonely years, mind you. They were the loneliest years that I've ever lived, but that's to be expected. I've lost all friends about myself, though. This will be the story of a little girl, one with bright hazel eyes and hair the colour of sunrise.Burning Moon4 years ago in Literature More Like This
Back before we met I worked as a travelling salesman. Others called me a con artist, a swindler, a cheat, a liar, an equivocator. Looking back on my life, I was all those things and more.
It was that line of work that brought me to Bankview, a town too small to be found on most maps. Those were always the best places to make a few pennies; little connection to the outside world meant they were generally ignorant of the possibility of scams. It also meant that, if they threw me out, word of my ill deeds wouldn't travel very fast.
In the town there was only one place to stay; The Rosie Cheeks Inn. It was far nicer than many places I'd stayed before, although it would