Pity--Nordics x Blind!Male!ReaderTonight is pretty peaceful. The crickets chittered and sang their songs,hiding in the shrubs and plants. The birds every so often made a soft snore or a chirp inside the nests. A few hoots and trills from the owls. It was a pretty calming and relaxing night.Pity--Nordics x Blind!Male!Reader22 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
...except for inside one of the houses. The Nordic house,to be exact. 'Come sit down and talk' they said. 'We're going to deal with this calmly', they said. It doesn't take rocket science to know that the Nordics aren't very good at being calm.
The talk had started out pretty well,but then the stupid Dane had to remind (M/N) of his...uhm...problem. That's when things started flying. Most of them hit Denmark's face.
"How many times do I have to tell you guys,my blindness is NOT a problem?!" The young capital yelled,struggling to fight a hammer away from Sweden,but with not avail. Norway sighed,crossing his arms and furrowing his brows.
short stroyI was falling from the sky with tears in my eyes. I watched them float down above me as they looked like bubbles. I knew so little, only my name, Lulu. Of course I was terrified, I didn't know anything, why I was falling or where I was falling from nor where I would land. I took this as an act of fate and to redo a life that I might of regretted in the past that I had forgotten. So I went the flow and within that moment of thought I had fallen into a body of water. I didn't know what surrounded me at that time but I knew I couldn't breathe anymore or get out of it. I had sunk to the bottom with water filling my lungs.short stroy8 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
20 years later
When I woke I was gasping for air, I held my chest as my breathing was heavy. My vision was blurry at first but then soon cleared up. What I saw infront of me was a man. He was well dressed in black clothing made out of silk. His hair was quite messy as if he just woke up, he gladly smiled at me then wrapped his thin furry cloak around me. He se
Hero of FireBEEP! BEEP! BEEP!Hero of Fire20 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
I struggle to open my eyes as they tear up.
I'm coughing uncontrollably and I can't breath.
The room is a picture of oranges and greys.
Everything is blurry.
The smoke alarm is going crazy.
I hear someone shout, then another.
Suddenly a chorus of shouting, screaming, and sirens.
I struggle to get out.
With nothing else to do, I cry, and bang on the bars of my crib.
A thought pops into my head: my sister and parents!
The door creaks then explodes as mt father burst in.
He wraps his strong arms around me and lifts me up.
I'm still crying and my throat burns.
I hear my mother scream and my sister cry.
I'm on his shoulder now, he runs down the hall to the fire escape
The door burst open with a loud CRACK!
Whooshing, crackling, and screaming fill my ears.
I hear glass shatter as my father breaks the window.
With dread, I hear the escape collapse and the gasp of the people bellow.
Some hot falls on my cheek.
I struggle to remove it but before I could, I hear a loud CRACK as
Second Floor The neon lights buzz with every flicker as signage stains have Ana wondering why this particular family-oriented fast food chain refers to itself as a happy place. She looks around and sees swivel stools, wet floor signs, children crying over out-of-stock action figures, and a good-for-four table with only a single customer seated.Second Floor4 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
She stays by the entrance for a while staring at the menu as if her choices stretch as the pauses Jack lays down the dinner table every Sunday. But really, she only wishes to stand under the air conditioner long enough for the guard to notice and tell her "Miss, huwag niyo pong harangan yung daan." She exchanges stares for thirteen seconds before she responds. “Excuse me, it’s missus.”
The doors fly open behind her as though motion-sensitive and Ana swears to hearing Jack’s heels against tiles—her heart beating faster wit