Losing Part of Your Heart- Chapter 3 (Consoling)Losing Part of Your Heart- Chapter 3 (Consoling)1 year ago in Drama More Like This
It became apparent to the other Nordics that Berwald was slowly deteriorating. After that one meeting he never visited them and when they went past his house all the curtains were drawn, like it was forever night time there. They started worrying about a nation that was once ruler of the North. After all of the war, having kings like Gustav on his side and conquering vast amounts of land, Berwald was weakened. And a weakened nation needed friends, family, love and care to get back to power.
Unfortunately the Swede had none of those things.
He spent many days writing letters that could never been sent to Tino. Letters confessing love or letters telling the Finn about his loneliness and sadness. After a few hours spent getting his words onto paper he'd crumple it up and throw it in the fire, watching the flames engulf it and burn it to ash. The flames, dancing and flickering before his very own eyes, reminded him much about Ivan. He was like a flame, always burning and always hungry for
Lake Province Zombies 2Chapter 2Lake Province Zombies 22 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
We got everything packed into the car so we'd be ready to leave in the afternoon on Monday. It was going to be a four house drive to Lake Province Camp.
My two friends Logan and Samantha came by to say good bye. Since kindergarten we spent every day together. This was the first week we'd be separated from each other.
"Amanda hurry up." my Dad yelled putting the last of my suitcases into the trunk."
"So I'll be back friday afternoon. Can you do me a big favor while I'm gone?" I asked. "Sure Amanda anything." said Samantha. "Can you record '28 Days Later' for me?"
The two girls glanced at each other.
"Amanda come on, you've seen that film a dozen times, you even have it on DVD." Logan pointed out. "Come on, for me? You're my best friends." I said making a sad face. "Alright I'll record it for you." Samantha said.
I gave a hug to each of them before my Dad started honking the horn, indicating that I should get inside the car right now. "Amanda we have to go now if we want to mak