At Autumn's EndAt Autumn's End2 years ago in Romance More Like This
At Autumn's End
It was nearing the end of autumn and the world was a mixture of yellow, orange, brown, and a million different shades of green. It was a time of beauty and unimaginable change for the forces of nature, and yet Kelda was always sad to see the transition. She had always taken great pleasure in the warmer months, for life was plentiful and the world seemed brighter. But at the cusp between summer and winter, Kelda found her spirits low, knowing that all the lovely colors would soon be gone. Leaving only gray and white until spring of the next year. But for the first time since she could remember, Kelda didn't feel sorrowful about the change. This year something was different. . .
The beautiful woman was currently in her garden, watering her herbs and flowers with care, as she sang them a little jaunty that had been stuck in her head all day. Kelda knew that the song had come to her because of what she had p
The Two ParodiesThe Two ParodiesThe Two Parodies6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Gandalf the Grey: So now were falling to our death.
Balrog of Morgoth: Oops, I died!
Gandalf the White!: REBORN!
Frodo Baggins, Ringbearer: Ouch. Teh Ring is giving meh cancer again.
Samwise Gamgee, his steadfast companion: I hate lembas. But Ill eat it because its food. And I love food. But I hate lembas. ITS AN AWFUL PARADOX ! Whatever, then.
Frodo: You are wei too happee to exist. Dont you ever say anythingz bad?
Sam: Its going to rain.
Frodo: Sticklebackz. Why do I alwayz haf to be rite?
Gollum, who speaks in third person. (Like Suede.): Im baaaaaaaackz, Precious
Gollum: OMG TEH HOBBITS IS ATTACKIN MEH!
Frodo: Le gasp! A kindred spirit! Yayz0rz!
Sam: But hell kill us
Frodo: Cmon mah new buddeh!
Meriadoc Brandybuck, former comic relief: GROAN.
Peregrin Took, who is probably more complicated than he looks: Whoah what happened? Where did the funny go?
18. Flowers - MerryxPippinFlowers18. Flowers - MerryxPippin3 years ago in Romance More Like This
Merry stared at the flowers he bought with an embarrassed blush spread across his cheeks. He couldn't believe he actually bought flowers of all things. It wasn't any of his friends' birthdays either, not that it was weird to give a gift among hobbits if there were no special occasions. Rather, it was for Pippin.
For some reason, he got the strangest idea to tell Pippin his true feelings, how much he truly loved his dear friend. It seemed like a good idea at the time. After all, they've been the best of pals all their lives. But now that he thought about it, he didn't want to lose that friendship if his feelings weren't returned.
It was too late now He was already in front of the other hobbit's door and he already knocked on the light wood. Maybe, just maybe, he could turn around and leave before - Pippin opened the door and smiled at the sight of Merry. Just before Pippin opened the door completely Merry quickly hid the bouquet behind his back, though it did no help to hi
SunshineHis eyes were blank as he waved his hand lazily through the visible radiance of sunshine that cascaded through the thick trees above, dappling the clearing that he didn't dare enter. The light refracted through his hand, bending oddly, as if it were passing through water rather than flesh. Not that his flesh could truly be called flesh anymore.Sunshine4 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Macalaurë sighed and looked down at the shining green grass. His silver gaze could detect no sign of a foreign, solid object obstructing the path of the light that was being thrown to the ground, lighting up the world around him in a way that appeared striking compared to the gray of everything else around him. Even his pale shadow of a hand seemed brighter beneath the sunlight.
Even the sunshine can no longer see me. This fact should have bothered him, should have brought him some sort of despair, but the elf didn't even twitch. In fact, he was almost relieved
Project REDWOOD: Part 9Project REDWOOD: Part 94 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
A Deadly Premonition Fan Novelization
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CHAPTER 36: BACKSEAT CRITIC
TIME AND LOCATION: 8:49, hotel parking lot
WEATHER REPORT: Slightly overcast
FORTUNE: "Your companions will talk behind your back. A room of many forests awaits you."
Emily notices George seems more cheerful today than he ever has since this case started, and she thinks she can guess the reason. Oh boy, she thinks to herself. This is going to be a long morning. It can only help the sheriff's good mood that Agent York, for once, is right on time, coming through the hotel's front doors just as they get out of the car. He raises his hand in greeting as he approaches them.
"Hello, Agent Morgan," George says, pleasantly enough. "Did you sleep well?
"Morning, George. Yes, I did. Dreamland was quite nice."
"You do look well-rested," Emily says, yawning un