NarcissusWhen it came to homosexuality, Miles was old-fashioned. He was embarrassed, a little ashamed and had waited until both of his parents were dead. He was a little disconcerted by the world of modern relationships. The physical aspect was embarked upon immediately. Love, however, could only be mentioned when the couple had been together for a suitable period of time. The rule was you can't love someone you don't know.Narcissus3 years ago in Scraps More Like This
Miles had fallen in love with Brett instantly. Helplessly. He'd never experienced such panic and hope. Sex seemed inevitable, completely out of his control. But it hadn't happened. Affection hadn't materialised either. Reality reasserted itself. Brett didn't feel the same way about him. Brett didn't feel that way about anyone. There were countless admirers surrounding him male and female. He was young and beautiful. Astoundingly beautiful. Miles would have done anything for him. Which is why he'd made the mistake of agreeing to become his agent.
It was only a small mo
Alive Like Dirt-Alive Like Dirt3 years ago in Scraps More Like This
"She made a truly miraculous recovery.
She was in that coma for eight months:
Most of spring, the whole of summer,
And most of Autumn,
But she's alive. I've never seen anything
Like it. Have you?"
"Nope, and I've been at this even longer
Than yourself; miracle is still the most
Accurate term I've got to explaining
Something like this."
"Well, I hope you can help; she really
Hasn't been the same since she learned
Her friend passed away while she was out.
Extremely curious case he was, had the
Very same disease can you believe that?
One in every 3.27 billion and we get two
In the exact same place, and they even
Knew each other; it's an anomaly."
"It truly is. That aside, I'll see what I can do
To ease her through this depression."
"Great, I really appreciate someone as skilled
And respected as yourself helping with this; it
Really is an honor."
"It's the first ever case of anyone recovering
From this, I couldn't pass on