DP - The rain won't fallThe Rain Won't Fall Tomorrow - part oneDP - The rain won't fall8 years ago in Scraps More Like This
Thunder. It echoed through the skies and houses in Amity Park, growling almost constantly like a ferocious monster. The dark night skies had become the victim of thick forks of lightning darting accross the city destroying everything in their wake, the rain must have been too afraid to fall.
The weather had been like this for months, years; storming and dark yet never wet. For some reason the heavens refused to open, which in many ways made it all the worse. It started just a few days after the ghost-meteor went through Earth over ten years ago, strong winds and completely unpredictable weather patterns. Danny soon found out exactly what it was, Clockwork had explained it to him. He had said that dimensions are stacked together like dominos, natural portals open all over the place at different times and only usually last a few seconds, and that it is very unusual for two to be in permanent contact in such a way that the Ghost Zone and Earth are,
This Was NeverI struggled against the bonds that held my wrists tight. The sharp metal bit into my skin, rubbing, cutting the at the flesh. I looked around; no longer was I in my room in Amity Ville. There was no mess on the floor, no computer shoved into the far corner. Instead I was sitting on a bed in a room made up of blacks and maroons and silvers. Long drapes covered high windows. Around my throat was a thin black collar; of course I could only assume it was the object that had been preventing me from 'Going Ghost' ever since I had woken up. My head throbbed dully and a bead of sweat rolled down my cheek. I felt the bile rise in my throat and I rolled to the edge of the rather large bed and threw up onto the floor. I groaned softly as I attempted to sit up slowly, only to end up throwing up again. I rolled onto my side, feeling slightly relieved of my pain, but still wishing my hands were free. I sat up, looking around again. I cringed as the metal binding my wrists together cut into my flesh,This Was Never9 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Danny Phantom-Part 32Vlad slammed the limo door shut behind him, furious at having to waste time at the toy store and refund his money for all the unused items he had bought Danny. To him, it was like admitting to the world he had lost yet another chance to make Danny his own son.Danny Phantom-Part 328 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
I swear, Daniel, one day, youll be my son, Vlad said irritably to himself as he walked up to the front door of his mansion. And youll do it willingly, too, you, Jasmine, and Maddie.
Once he walked inside, his mail was on the floor as usual, having gone through the door slit. Leaning over to pick it all up, Vlad skimmed through it uninterestedly until he reached a manila envelope, addressed to him with a return address from Danny Fenton.
Daniel? he mumbled, putting the other letters to the side and opening the one from his ex-son. He found a piece of notebook paper waiting inside, along with another littler piece, folded up. Vlad reached for the big one first, and
In Bed With VladIn Bed With VladIn Bed With Vlad9 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Phantom liked to think that he was a patient person, but Danny had one quirk that not only annoyed the hell out of him, but made him want to pull out his hair in frustration.
Danny liked to talk in bed.
Not just talk, he liked to talk about mortal enemies, ghost attacks, and a myriad of other incredibly unsexy things.
Phantom was NOT a bedroom talker. In fact, really, the only thing he wanted to do in the bedroom involved about 5 words. Two of which were swear words and one of which was his name.
The other two should be fairly easy to figure out.
Not that Phantom had any other complaint about his lover. Danny was responsive and sensual, and as a teenage boy, was nearly always willing. He was an incredibly sexy handful in Phantom's opinion.
Except when he decided that it was time to talk, not much could derail his train of thought. Not that Phantom didn't try…
Unknown PT 2Unknown PT 25 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"Beep! Beep! Beep!" The alarm clock rang shrilly in the early morning air. An unruly groan left the mouth of the occupant of the room who tried to cover his head and bury deeper into his blankets. But as the beeping continued, the young man sat up in his bed.
"Shit!" he cursed. "I can't be late on my first day!" Bart scrambled to get out of bed, tripping over his blanket that had fallen to the floor in his sleep. He stumbled into the bathroom as he shed his night cloths off, jumping quickly into the shower stall.
After a quick breakfast, Bart grabbed his jacket, slipped into his shoes and left the apartment, triple checking that his door was locked. He walked the distance to the location of his job, and using the key his manager had given him opened up the back door of the small bakery.
When he had gone in for his interview, he had met the manager, the two bakers, and the cashier who he was to replace. The ma
Xmen evo: Grounded"Stupid punishment." Kurt murmured as he hunched over the sink.Xmen evo: Grounded7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
After being caught by storm, playing in the X-Jet, he and a few other students were given punishments fitting to their part in the crime.
For having been pretty much the ring leader, Kurt got the daunting task of washing dishes.
All of them.
He only growled between clenched teeth when four more plates crept to the top of his third stack.
"Do you all have to eat so much?!"
"Heh. C'mon Kurt, dishes aren't all that bad."
Shifting his golden eyes, he caught sight of deep brown hair and an amused expression, all wrapped around a pair of sleek sunglasses.
Pushing up his lower lip, he sighed.
"'Zey are when you're cleaning for over twenty people, Scott."
The brunette watched as Kurt set a dry dish onto a meager stack of three others with his tail.
"Storm's gonna flip if she sees you doing that."
"Noted. But I washed my tail before starting and 'zis is 'ze fastest way to get it done."
A tone of impatience was doused among h
Experimental Love ch 10Experimental Love ch 9Experimental Love ch 109 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Lions and Tigers and Bears, oh my!-
Danny was running.
He didn't really know where to, or how long he'd been running. He just knew that he wanted to put as much distance in between him and everyone else.
There had been blood. Blood covering everything.
Because Phantom had killed his parents. Had torn their bodies apart and then sat in the gore, drawing and laughing, a macabre grin on his face.
Worse, he hadn't done anything to stop Phantom in the first place. Phantom had been right, he had killed his parents. He'd known Phantom would do something, Phantom had told him that, but he hadn't done anything.
Hadn't done anything to save his parents.
Danny clutched his arms to his chest as he ran, tears burning his eyes and face. What could he have done? There was no way his dad would have run; in fact Jack probably would have just kille