Forgotten -Fall of the SeekersForgotten -Fall of the Seekers6 years ago in Science Fiction More Like This
Skywarp taunts Thundercracker about a Cybertronian that had been left for dead long ago.
Forgotten- The Fall of the Seekers
Chapter 1 -Resistance
The last few hours of this flight were wearing thin on his patience. As he sealed yet another container, Thundercracker felt the anger building. How much longer can I do this? He had never completely agreed with Megatron's decisions regarding the direction he had chosen to lead the Decepticons. Dwelling on his thoughts, the idea of ferrying weapons and supplies to an alien race, knowing all too well that they would eventually pay the ultimate price for forming a partnership with the Decepticons, was more than he could bear. He sensed that his spark fell darker with each crate he filled and sealed with deadly weaponry. One day I am going to burst and it will probably get me killed.
Starscream, always willing to supervise rather than pitch in and help, put down his datapad and walked toward the door leading out of the cargo
THESE . F E W . SECONDSTHESE . F E W . SECONDS4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
For Blurr, a few seconds stretches out like a small eternity.
Cycling hard, Blurr came within sight of Cybertron. His spark pulsed excitedly, even after his galaxy long race. This would all be over soon. He'd tell Ultra Magnus or some Prime about the secret double agent hidden among the ranks and then-
The pronged shape of a spacebridge loomed in front of him. Spinning in mid-air, Blurr landed feet first on it, completely vertical to the ground. He flew down the bridge's height, but stumbled, his engines suddenly cutting off, overheated. His breath stuttered out of his vents as he tumbled over himself, making a most ungraceful re-entrance.
Half giddy with tiredness, Blurr gasped hysterically. It took him several seconds- which was a small eternity to Blurr- to realize he wasn't alone. Looking up, he was relieved to see Longarm Prime, a trusted friend. Embarrassed at being flat on his face, the speedster climbed to his feet, attempting to hide the wobbliness in his knee joints.
FriendFinally I can seeFriend3 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
Really see your heart
It is so big and beautiful
Even with all your defects
No one can replace you
Don't ever change
One Last GoodbyeWriting one last letter, saying one last good-bye,One Last Goodbye9 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
My blood falling to the floor, as if coming from the sky.
"You told me that you love me, but we could never be,
I cannot live without you, so I'm doing this you see."
"If we cannot be together, then I don't want to live,
I've got nothing left at all, nothing left to give."
I close the envelope softly, seal it wish a kiss,
Turn to look the other way, and wait for my dismiss.
Chapter 1-DerynDeryn couldn't believe what shed said to him. How could I have been so stupid!, she thought, storming into her cabin and slamming the door. He hand seemed to act of its own accord as it rammed into the wall, crunching the wood beneath it.Chapter 1-Deryn4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Fool! I'm a bloody fool!" she yelled, stomping over to her bed and throwing herself on it, burying her face under her pillow. There she sobed for a good twenty minutes, unable to help herself.
She hadn't ment to be so rude. She was jsut fed up with Alek tryign to pry things out of her. She couldn't tell him her secret, even though it was tearing her up inside to keep it from him. It was only fair that he knew, seeing as he had told her jsut abotu everything. But if he knew she wasn't a boy....she was sure he'd flip over the moon and never speak to her again.
When she'd finally had her fill of girly nonsense, she changed into her work clothes and ran up onto the ships topside, pushing every single thought of the prince ot hte back of her he
Bring Him HomeDeryn slumped down into the weathered chair, defeated. Her filthy midshipman uniform clung to her body with sweat, taking some distraction from the hot embarrassment she felt flooding through her veins at the moment.Bring Him Home4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"And I don't ever-" her mother's voice screeched with fury, her plump face turning a ruddy color with anger to match her daughter's.
"Ma, this is my passion! Ever since Da died- " Deryn sputtered out.
"No. Don't you say a word, young lady. Passion has nothing to do with it! A young woman such as yourself doesn't go hop on some warship and come back like like this!" Mrs. Sharp vigorously waved her flour-stained palms in Deryn's direction, and Deryn could do nothing but hang her head in shame.
Another set of eyes had been watching this scene, taking in the childish bickering. The brunette knew better than to get between a mother and her offspring, so he forced himself not to make a sound and drew himself to the farthest corner of the table.
"Why can't you just ac
The Inescapable Truth - Chapter 3 (Twilestia)The Inescapable Truth - Chapter 3 (Twilestia)3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"Can you keep a secret?"
Twilight was lying in her bed wide awake, staring at the ceiling. The sunlight was creeping into the room behind the thick blue curtains; the light filtering through casted faint shadows on the walls. The mare was going over yesterday's lesson in her head. Instead of ending awkwardly like the one earlier this week, it had just been awkward in general. The lengthy discussions she and the Princess usually had about the books had been diminished into a few words and there had been no "ideas" from Princess Celestia. At least this time Twilight had been prepared for it, though the way she prepared for something like this meant that there was rarely much more she could learn. Luckily studying was something Twilight greatly enjoyed. She also got to spend time with the Princess - something she enjoyed even more, lately more than ever. But no matter how much she loved all this, she hadn't been able to shake the nagging feeling that s
Centipede (Shino Aburame x Reader)You had been lounging under a tree doing a whole lot of nothing but enjoying the sun and watching the clouds for the better part of an hour. Today was an absolutely gorgeous day, with just the right amount of heat, wind, sun, and shade. But all that lazing about had made you antsy so you hopped up, brushed the dirt from your trousers, and made to trounce on down the path in front of you.Centipede (Shino Aburame x Reader)10 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
That’s when a deep, commanding voice called out, “Don’t move.” You froze, of course, [e/c] orbs wide in alarm, hands freezing In front of your face where you had just been brushing your [h/c] hair away. As suddenly as he had spoken, Shino Aburame was in front of you, looking every ounce the intimidating shinobi you thought him to be. Equally without warning, he began to each out toward you and you couldn’t stall the thoughts that if he wanted to kill you he could do so, and with ease. He was a powerful shinobi, and a scary one at that! What could a civilian girl like you d
Leviathan: SketchesLeviathan: Sketches5 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Leviathan: A picture for a prince
Just a small intro. Deryn/Dylan Sharp and Prince Alecksander Ferdinand are on board the leviathan heading towards the Ottoman Empire. A surprise request from Aleck gets Deryn/ Dylan to realize her true feelings for him. Rated pg-13 for later chapters.
(I might go to four chapters at most, also keep in mind there is a change of point of view and that the book just came out in October. This fanfic is a test run for future fanfics later on)
Alek walked along the great air ship that was the Leviathan. His now rubber soles clanked against the metal walkways of the ships spine. The whole crew seemed to be a little on edge whenever he and his men walked about with their "highly flammable" shoes. Until finally to put them all at ease they borrowed some rubber shoes that were necessary if you were to walk along the great ship.
After receiving the shoes Alek decided to head to the backside of the creature or "dorsal" as he learned later it
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"Of course, Sou."
The little boy calmly walked to his father's side, small hand instantly coming up to clutch at his father's ever-bandaged fingers. He turned a serious expression to the older brunette—an expression Sou had definitely gotten from his daddy—and asked, "Why do you go to the memorial every day?"
Sasuke's eyes widened fractionally at the question. Of course, his son was very sharp. That was a trait both he and Sakura had given to all of their children and he could not be more grateful. But after years of explaining away his absence in the early mornings, that was a question he hadn't expected.
"You wanna know why I go to the memorial huh?" he echoed, a mysterious smile taking root on his pale lips. He looked up from the boy to gaze out the window he was standing just in front of; the window with the perfe
Come Home (NaruSasu)“Tadaima.”Come Home (NaruSasu)8 months ago in Drama More Like This
The greeting echoed emptily off the small apartment walls, no one there to hear it but him. Dust covered everything in a fine layer again... Had he really been gone that long? A month didn't feel so far away anymore.
Cerulean eyes wandered aimlessly over the sparse furniture, picking out individual pieces of dust floating in the shafts of light created by the blinds covering his window. Everything was the same as he'd left it, nothing out of place; not that he had expected any less.
The blonde sighed heavily, slouching back against the door he had just entered through. Still the same... Which went for everything. Same village, no troubles. Same drive and still no Sasuke.
His breaths were heavy with remorse and defeat as Naruto gazed emptily out through those broken window eyes. He had failed once more to bring his friend back. It was nothing new, but the wound still wept crimson tears.
Every mission had been such a strain on him lately. It didn't matter how simpl
Beckon (NaruSasu)Every time you fall, I will be there for you.Beckon (NaruSasu)8 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
As tears stream down your face, I will be there; your shoulder to cry on.
When you need to scream, I will listen, ever silent.
If you need to fight, I will be there to fight back.
I will be your light and your dark, if only you let me.
You need but beckon and I will come.
Send me off, and off I go.
Look at me, and I melt.
Simply look away, and I will die.
You are my everything and my nothing.
But am I nothing to you?
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Naruto had come up with the idea of course. It was down time now; no real threats on the horizon, nothing new to speak of, and missions were at a low because of the season. It just so happened to turn out that none of the teams you associated with were doing anything important, and so when the blonde pitched you the idea of having a house party you instantly jumped on the wagon, so to speak.
You’d spent a while helping him set up and inviting the rest of the teams. The only person who hadn’t agreed (either right away or with some coaxing in Shikamaru’s case) had been Sasuke. You would never have admitted it, but that was the one person you’d been hoping would turn up to the pa
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Sasuke looked over his head with a smile as he felt strong arms come up over his shoulders from behind. Naruto looked like he had just awoken--circles under his eyes not yet faded, eyes glassy, hair a bit of a mess. But he was smiling the most beautiful smile the man had ever seen.
"Just finishing up some last minute paperwork so we can have the rest of our vacation to ourselves," he replied in a contented hum, accepting the gracious, lazy kiss that was pressed to his lips. His chest hummed while his skin sang pleasantly of the touch.
"Well then hurry up and come back to bed," Naruto languidly returned. "I'm feelin' lazy and I got some things I think I need to give ya." His tone was sultry and sleepy and everything perfect in Sasuke's world.
Before the blonde could slip his arms back off of Sasuke's shoulders, the older man caught his left hand and brought it back to his lips. He gave the blonde a meaningful, upside-down
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His hand moved of its own volition, reaching shakily for his lover's face. When it made contact with skin it was already far too cold, fingers not responding the way the once skilled shinobi knew he should have managed. But in the face of something so helpless, he supposed he really didn’t care.
Naruto sobbed hard again, clutching at the Jonin's blood-soaked hand, tears pouring down his face and marring his vision. He didn't have the words to say; didn’t have the strength to save him. He couldn’t do anything but sit there and cry.
“N-no—cough—tears…” Sasuke’s breaths were ragged now, all the sounds filtering and processing slowly through hi
Another Lost Fairytale (SasuNaru)It wasn’t anything like they’d always dreamed. There were happy moments at the beginning, wonderful things seeming to just drop in on them without worry marring their meanings. In the beginning, things had been simple and beautiful and sweet. It had been like something straight out of the story books.Another Lost Fairytale (SasuNaru)6 months ago in Drama More Like This
That was the start of things at least. Then they started to slip, even if only bit by tiny bit. It was always something small that they would disagree over. Dishes not being done, whose turn it was to clean the bathroom, staying up or out too late while the other was sleeping. Even missions had their little faults here and there, and though they both knew a mission was a mission, needing to be gone for more than a night would often spark an argument.
Little arguments turned into bigger ones. It always seemed to be over the same stupid things. Dishes wouldn’t get done for a week and then suddenly someone was sniping at the other, remarking how lazy or ungrateful they were
The Things That Went Wrong (NaruSasu)“I’m sorry! I’m sorry I’m so sorry!” The frantic words flew from his mouth on wrenching sobs before he could stop them, before he even had the mind to do so. “Sasuke please I’m sorry!!”The Things That Went Wrong (NaruSasu)7 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
The brunette regarded him with dull eyes, the tears long gone from their depths. He watched silently as the blonde dropped to his knees, hunched over himself as he bawled openly, begging forgiveness where it wasn’t deserved. He didn’t speak, didn’t move; he was too numb to even realize how quickly it had escalated to this, too stricken by the bruise across his cheekbone to care. So what if a simple apology had suddenly burst into a hysterical tirade? He couldn’t bring himself to care or try any longer.
“I didn’t mean to I d-don’t know what happened I—!” The words broke as he sobbed again, tears coming fresh from horrified azure eyes. His entire demeanor was that of a broken man, of someone who had alrea
The Vanity Mirror (Kankuro x Reader)Today was a really big day! It was the day you had been anticipating for months now—a soon-to-be-annual festival in which Konoha and Suna got together and shared crafts, love, knowledge, and training. This festival was the inaugural event to what would soon hopefully become tradition.The Vanity Mirror (Kankuro x Reader)6 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
For you, it was a fantastic opportunity to learn about a village you had always been enamored with. As a Konoha native, you had grown up hearing about the Village Hidden in the Sand. From merchants’ tales, to tales from the foot soldiers stopping in the Leaf after traversing the desert, you had heard a fine amount about the exotic extravagance of the village. It more than piqued your interest to hear about the spice vendors and merchants toting carpets and tapestries. To you, it seemed like a different world.
And now you were going to be able to witness a piece of that world! Festivities were scheduled to start before noon; so you readied yourself rather quickly, tossing on a simple clothing s
It Doesn't Get Easier (NaruSasu)"Kakashi..." It was hard to say just him name, to not tag on that affectionate, respectful term he always used even after they were no longer teacher and student, but he was a Jonin now. He had to remember the way things worked now that he was once more an important member of society. He had to make sure that no matter what, he no longer stepped out of line.It Doesn't Get Easier (NaruSasu)8 months ago in Drama More Like This
"Yes, Naruto?" The older man's voice was subdued as he gazed past the memorial in front of them, eyes not really seeing the names or the stone, but the faces that belonged to them. He did not shift from his stance, hands in his pockets, head bowed slightly.
The silence stretched between them as the blonde contemplated his words, wind tousling his hair. He had an image to keep now, didn’t he? It was due for a cut soon, he realized absently, azure eyes not really seeing anything. It was getting long enough that it would be in his face if it wasn’t so naturally unruly. Baa-chan would probably say something to him if he let
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Chapter 10 "Monotony"The port was bustling, people of all ages were filling the walkways, there was barely room to breathe. Alek grasped his satches tight to his chest, ushering Deryn towards one of the farthest docks. Children ran underfoot, nearly sending him to the ground twice. But he didn't stop to complain, if they didn't hurry they would miss their boat.Chapter 10 "Monotony"4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
At long last they made it, just as passengers were boarding. It was a large vessel, probably larger than the Leviathan, length-wise. They hurried up the ramps, handed their tickets over, and boarded.
Alek and Deryn contained themselves to their cabin for most of the trip, not wanting to get noticed in case someone had a keen eye. The trip was scheduled to be three weeks, so they had plenty of time to plan their next move.
"I can't wait to get off this barking ship" Deryn complained, only three days in. "The water is not the most entertaining way to travel. At least on the Leviathan I had things to do besides sit on my bum in a room all da
Bathroom -AT-He absolutely had to make it in time; he no longer had a choice in the matter! If he didn’t, the consequences would be absolutely disastrous!Bathroom -AT-1 year ago in Humor More Like This
Lightly tanned fingers barely caught the boy as he careened forward, losing his balance as he flung himself gracelessly around a corner, skidding on his once-clean socks. Pushing off from those same fingers, he flew forward, thighs burning, calves tensing, quivering, releasing. He had to make it in time! He had to!!
Arms pumping frenetically, the orange and blue blur streaked down the long, seemingly never-ending hallway, trying desperately to reach the door at its far end. It seemed that everything was moving in slow motion expect for him; he was running, expending plenty of energy trying to reach that door, but the hall was passing him at a languid, unassuming pace. The door seemed no closer now than it had been when he rounded the corner. In fact, the harder he ran, the further away that door seemed to get!
Finally, after an agoniz