Hetawarts: PrologueYou sighed gently lost in thought about how you were here sitting in your seat as the train went along the tracks. You were on your way to school but not just any school. It was a school for the magical and the gifted. This would be your first time there but you would be starting off as a second year because your magic was pretty advanced for your age. You also had a bit of training before even entering the school seeing as how the headmaster was your quote, unquote "father".Hetawarts: Prologue3 years ago in Romance More Like This
He wasn't really your father but you called him that because you felt like he was. No you weren't an orphan or anything, in fact you had two parents but you refuse to speak to them. Why? Simple, they had given you up. As a young child you had no control over your own powers and they were strong for your age. Both your parents who had attended the school and met there decided to ask the headmaster for help in raising you. When this happened though you were only 5 and had been taken to this persons home without bein
APH: My foreverIt was late in the afternoon and the sun started to set. Yes, it was that late. I could still see the sun fully but it started to hide downward. Birds flew from different directions. At fist I thought all of them were birds but I've noticed other beings fly among them, those with pointed ears and unfeathered wings, bats.APH: My forever5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The clouds seemed to scatter artistically, making it hard to avert my gaze. There were two kinds or should I say types of clouds. There were ones with unique pinkish color, like of cotton candy, it seemed very sweet and delightful you would wish you could tore a piece to taste. And grayish ones, ones you would often see in rainy days or at nigh time. The two clouds intermingled lovingly, like God had wished them to. The mix of light and dark was unbearably attractive that it made my brown eyes to part sight with.
To my dismay the pinkish clouds disappeared leaving the dark ones to spread alone. The moon appeared and stars started to twinkle like the little diamonds the
It All Started With A Big Bang (Hetalia crossover)It all started with a big bang...It All Started With A Big Bang (Hetalia crossover)3 years ago in Humor More Like This
BANG! The noise that rattled throughout the building. Most of the residents paid it no attention to the noise. They were used to it by now. They knew that somewhere above their heads lived two scientists. Most residents felt sorry for the quieter one who seemed to be stuck with his infamous roommate. They just shrugged and went on with their daily business as if everything was normal. There was normally arguing and other noises of goodness knows what normally going on above their heads. But this time was different, this time it wasn't the two scientists making the noise. They stood at the bottom of the staircase looking up in a very confused manner.
"Leonard... why was there a disturbance from upstairs?" Sheldon Cooper asked. Leonard looked up to him and shrugged. Sheldon quickly turned to him. "There aren't normally disturbances upstairs."
"Maybe a family of wrestlers moved in?" Leonard joked, as he laughed he met Sheldon not approved look.
"This is s
EnglandxCanada: BlissOut of the depths of misfortune comes bliss.EnglandxCanada: Bliss4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Canada signed as he trudged on though the rain in his nice tuxedo without an umbrella to hold over his head. He really didn't care though; the soft and gently rain hit his skin so tenderly and comfortingly.
As he walked down the streets to get to his hotel room and just leave to go home after such a dumb world meeting, someone knocked into him, pushing him to the ground, landing him in a puddle and causing his glasses to fly off. And as usual, the person didn't notice.
Canada reached out and grabbed the metal frames in front of him, wiping them on the edge of his jacket before standing himself off and taking the soaked jacket off, slinging it on his shoulder. Now all there was on his was the undershirt with a black tie and his dress pants.
Looking around, he didn't see any of the other nations walking around. Maybe he would be able to find his annoying brother somewhere or even France. He didn't ca
Germany x Mom!Reader- Letters from WarGermany x Mom!Reader- Letters from War3 years ago in Drama More Like This
She walked to the mailbox
On that bright summers day
Found a letter from her son
In a war, far away
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It had been nearly four months since your little boy had gone off to war. He hadn't wanted to but that was the way of the draft. You sighed as you walked out the front door and down your drive way to your small rusted mail box.
The hinges squeaked and you pulled out a handful of white wrapped paper, shuffling through them you noticed mostly bill then one in particular caught your eye. Instead of a stamp there was a seal of the army and fear rose in your throat.
It was either a letter from your son or a letter from the army recounting bad news. Anytime a letter came with that seal you were both hopeful and scared out of your wits. You tore open the letter and saw familiar handwriting.
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Pirates - SpainxEnglandBEFORE YOU START, JUST FYI, THERES HISTORICAL INFO AND SPANISH TRANSLATIONS AT THE BOTTOM IN THE AUTHORS(Artists?) NOTES!!! (Not that I think any of you will need them)Pirates - SpainxEngland6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
If looks could kill, Arthur would be dead five times over from the glare that Antonio was giving him. Arthur held his cutlass up to Antonios neck.
Theres no reason to give me a look like that. I won fair and square.
Fair and square my asno, Antonio said, his Spanish accent thick, You snuck up on me you bastard!
Antonio squirmed, straining his hands against the rope that held them firmly behind his back.
Ive made sure youre not going to wiggle your way out of these ropes. Not after last time.
Antonios glare intensified and he said something in Spanish that did not sound very pleasant. Arthur smacked him across the face and walked out of the small prison that