Fionna's Soulmate Fionna's Soulmate1 year ago in Short Stories
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Fionna strode upon the muddy path that led towards Marshall’s Cave. Overhead the night sky was illuminated by the stars, the silent witnesses of Fionna’s journey. The moon, in all its glory and magnificence, gazed down upon the Earth, watching its tiny inhabitants in their slumber with a carefree, blissful expression on their face, as they each explored their own dreams. It saw the cunning and soundless predators of the night as they hunted for their prey. Like the stars, the moon also silently spectated Fionna.
She could hear the chorus of a million insects when she approached the entrance of the cave, home to the man whose charms and graces melted Fionna’s soul. It was the Vampire King Marshall Lee. Ah, the very name made the blood rush to Fionna’s face! That short black hair, those dark red eyes, and that voice…oh, how melodious it was! To Fionna it was the sweetest sound her ears ever had the privil
Thousand Years - Jack FrostThousand Years - Jack Frost2 years ago in Romance
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The winter nipped at my neck, creating an elaborate tattoo of goose bumps trailing down my back and curving around my legs. A ghost of a smile crossed my face. The wind created the sensation of lips speaking into my ear, offering words of admiration and comfort. My feet carried me across the fast-coating snow, towards my favorite place to think. The trees safe-guarded me from any enemy, and twisted around a large hill. I felt completely blanketed by nature, which became more frequent as winter approached. A branch underneath my feet snapped, scarring some nearby winter birds to take flight. I spun, gazing at the white sky with amazed eyes. The world was starting to get back the mystery, the whole reason I still exit my home. I had a large smile, with teeth showing and eyes squinting. "If only you could see," I breathed, wrapping my cloak more firmly around myself before hurrying over to the lake that froze every winter.
Just as promised, the water had stilled, with a hard surface and s