SayanoraDon't you dare shed another tear,
I don't want to hear another word from you, "dear".
Spare me from another one of your lies,
I'm seeing you from all new eyes.
You and me,
we weren't meant to be.
From the beginning,
all you did was hide behind your falsehoods,
I could never tell when a truth was told,
but my heart was yours to hold.
Life goes on,
But you're never winning me back,
when all you do is attack.
Don't accuse me of not caring,
don't accuse me of not being there,
and don't accuse me of breaking your heart.
I never set out to hurt you,
but it seemed like you did.
You changed me,
and I feel worse now
than I ever did.
And because of that,
I have to go.
I have a life to get back.
stay out of my life...
Lilac and Purple EpilogueEPILOGUELilac and Purple Epilogue6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
I made it through the wilderness,
Somehow I made it through.
Didnt know how lost I was
Until I found you.
I was beat, incomplete,
Id been had, I was sad and blue
But you made me feel,
Yeah, you made me feel
Shiny and new!
Like a Virgin
From the album of the same name by Madonna
He couldnt bring himself to destroy the marble sculpture as he had planned. Instead he bequeathed it to the town, and Milford happily put it on display in the lobby of Town Hall. Nevertheless, Robbie was all too glad to be rid of the thing, dusting his hands of lonely idolatry forever.
You did WHAT?
Níu grinned the grin of an elder monkey: wise, satisfied, full of cheek.
I told them to ignore you. They quickly passed the message on to every elf in the country.
Robbie fumed. Before he could launch into a full-on verbal assualt:
You needed to learn your lesson, young man. You flew off in a rage to search for love and a home and a family, w
Lilac n Purple sequel drabblesTravelling against the afternoon sun, the airship cast a dramatic shadow upon the streets as soon as it sailed into view. The children each felt a duty to point up to the sleek blue dirigible and cry out in delight as they stampeded along the warmed pavement. It had been a long month, in which the skies over Lazytown had been empty. August had parched the land, and the surrounding dairy pastures had been slowly seared brown. The children had sought the air conditioned comfort of the great indoors, with the occasional reprieve of a visit to the lake with their parents. Now that Autumn had arrived, it brought with it the sight of V shaped flocks of birds headed south, constellations of fluffy, lustrous clouds, and the comforting sound of a pedal-powered motor followed by the clattery unfurling of a gangling ladder.Lilac n Purple sequel drabbles4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The compact figure of the elf came gleefully sliding down the cords of the ladder. However, the moment he lighted upon the pavement, the reunion wi