Laughing Jack x Reader - Don't Cry (Part 1)Laughing Jack x Reader - Don't Cry (Part 1)2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Laughing Jack x Reader – Don’t Cry (Part 1)
[(f/n)= First name,(e/c)= Eye color,(h/c)= Hair color,(h/l)= Hair length,(f/c)=favorite color, (y/h)=your hometown. You get the drill.
You’re sixteen years old surprisingly ]
“I’M GOING TO FIND YOU!!!!”, you yelled, breathlessly into the dark forest.
You were playing hide and seek with your two best friends, Max and Rachel, in the woods that nobody ever went in. People said it was haunted. But did you, Max and Rachel care? Nope. All three of you loved the night, scary things, stories, legends, myths, fantasy. . .All of that jazz. So here you were, with your best friends, in the most scariest woods of (y/h), and best of all, during the night.
You flashed your flashlight around, looking around, hoping to find them. They were hiding themselves real well. How on earth were you suppose to find them?! They could be anywhere. . .
At least you guys had made a rule saying, if half an hour passes without findin
brokenheartedEverytime I see you, I cry morebrokenhearted11 years ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
Tears splattering to the floor
Please hold me once again
Even if we're not more than friends
I long to be held within your arms
Blushing from your caring charm
A big mistake, that I let you go
Only when I should've let you know
That I have loved you for so long
Even though it turned out all so wrong
Now you've gone so far away
If I asked, you wouldn't stay
I was afraid to lose you forever
In fear, it's something I couldn't endeavor
The memories still linger near
Though never again you will be here.
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Wiggins tried to smile at Constance, and was pretty certain that he'd done a convincing job.
"As well as can be expected." He sat down heavily despite his attempts to move into the chair without too much noise. "What about you? Did everything go smoothly while I was out?"
"You know that I'd hate to admit it, but everything was just fine without you... For one night, at least," she added quickly, in seeing the look on his face.
Wiggins heaved a great sigh, carrying the weight of everything from the day on it and setting it all before him to observe more tidily, in the quiet of familiar company.
Constance joined him at the table, watching him in her knowing way.
"How did it go, then?"
He could tell that she was holding back her curiosity for his sake. Her eyes gleamed, behind a resolutely gentle expression.
The manservant smiled at her. "It was magical," he sighed. "Exhausting, but... we danced, Constance! I'd never imagined I'd be dancing amongst nobles!"
Highly Unexpected, Chapter 5It was the sort of night during which people might do best to be inside, somewhere warm and well-lit, perhaps somewhere with others to share their company. The air outside was frigid, calm, and horribly quiet, the moon appearing only sparsely through thick black clouds. The lamps in the distance, from the window where Wiggins now perched beside, looked farther away than ever the stars had on the ship.Highly Unexpected, Chapter 54 years ago in Drama More Like This
The young attendant was- and it was unfortunate on such a evening- not only alone, but succumbing to the ill feelings brought on by the bleak night. His usually well-kept hair was toussled and loose, pressed against the glass by his forehead and damp with tears. He had put on a brave face during the remaining hours of daylight, but now he felt he could afford some time to fret and be done with it.
"Please," he whispered, into the window more than anything, "Please, let him live..."
He knew how he must look, in such a state, but for once he really didn't care at all.
Highly Unexpected, Chapter 13Inside, it was warm and comforting. Both men sat by the fire in the main hall, in chairs opposite one another. The orange light washed over them and seemed to steal away the despair that had consumed the air not so long ago.Highly Unexpected, Chapter 133 years ago in Drama More Like This
Ratcliffe was pondering his next words. He rested the side of his face on his open hand thoughtfully.
"How can this be?"
Wiggins tugged at the collar of the dry shirt he'd been given. "I don't know, sir. I simply can't understand any of this." He wanted to add that he was petrified, but thought better of it at the last moment.
"Five years, at least... Five years we've been... Has this happened before? Did you not tell me?"
"N-no. No, this has never happened."
Ratcliffe went quiet again, his eyebrows nearly meeting along a heavily furrowed brow. Wiggins, shivering, fought to bring the cup in his hands to his lips.
"I heard what you and Banks said, every word of it. If he's certain of this, then I can't in good conscience deny it. I'm not sure I like it, I don't unde
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Storm had finally conviced him to let her do an ultra sound. Logan came to the school at 5am, to avoid anyone seeing him. He moved as fast as he could down the hallways and down stairs.
"Damn stairs," he muttered finally making it to the basement.
Storm was waiting for him with a smile on her face, "You ready?"
"I guess so," Logan said getting into the chair.
Storm applied a cool gel to Logan's stomach. She then flicked on a screen and porceeded to place what looked somewhat like a computer mouse on the gel. It took a moment but then a picture came up on the screen. Logan watched with awe as Storm moved around, getting different angles.
"It's a girl," she told him quietly.
Logan smiled. He hadn't done it in a long time. But he did. It was a true smile. He couldn't believe that there was a little person growing inside of
I'm A Man 4 :mpreg:Three days after the incident with Pyro, Logan found himself sitting alone in the house again. He was flipping through channels, but of course, nothing was on. So once again he decided to walk around.I'm A Man 4 :mpreg:8 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
He decided to take a different route, just in case. Hands in his coat pockets, Logan kicked a stone across the street. Every so often a car or two would go by, but other than that it was peaceful.
"Hey Logan!" a man called from up the street.
It was Ted. The owner of Teddy's Bar. He was also the bartender, "Hey Ted," Logan said as he approached.
"Where have you been? Haven't seen you in for a while," Ted said with a smile.
"Just been busy. Haven't really had the time," Logan lied.
"Why don't you come in now for a quick drink?"
Logan shook his head, "I can't. I got somewhere I gotta be."
"Oh come on now. Just one quick drink," he insisted.
"Really, I can't. I have to get going," Logan said continuing to walk up the sidewalk.
Logan was dying for a drink, but he didn't want to take the risk.
I'm A Man 8 :mpreg:Logan jumped back towards the flaming door but Mystique grabbed him and pulled him away from it. Logan ran to the living room, which was now filled with smoke, and dropped to his knees to find Rogue laying on the floor.I'm A Man 8 :mpreg:8 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"I'm alright Logan," Rogue said pushing herself up.
Pyro cleared the smoke and stood looking at the two of them, "This was too easy."
"Pyro!" Mystique shouted coming in and standing in front of Logan.
"Move! I know what I'm doing!" Pyro shouted.
"Magneto wants him alive."
"I know what Magneto wants!"
"Good," Mystique said kicking Rogue in the face and chopping Logan on the back of the neck, "Then go grab his things. And put the fire out."
Pyro raised his hands and the fire extinguished, leaving nothing burned, "So we're gonna kidnap him and pack him a bag?"
"He's pregnant. And only going to get larger. He'll need clothes that fit," Mystique said motioning for him to go upstairs.
Pyro did as instructed. But as soon as he made it to the top of the stairs Rogue th
The DepartedIt wasn't all that bad being dead. Sure, there were no women to fawn over him, there was no wind to ruffle his hair (and nobody to make fun of his hair); but Thatch couldn't complain too much. If he wandered around enough he could find booze, food, strange machines that played music, and even other dead people to hang out with. But when he came back to his own space, he was bored. It wasn't quite the hell he was expecting. He was expecting hell. You know: pain, torture, suffering, and creepy little cackling dudes running about and stabbing things into him. It wasn't like that at all. Here, it was an endless expanse of grey. Not black, just grey... dark, silent, cavernous, with a faint mist or smoke curling up from the ground. (That was a little creepy in itself, and Thatch preferred not to think about it.) But overall, if he wasn't exploring or doing certain other things like dreaming and, it was boring.The Departed5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
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I wonder why my body rises
When I think of you
Just thinking of you
Wanting something from someone so strongly
Is something very similar to love
It is something I truly desire
I want to talk to you.
I want to be distinct from the others.
All I wanted was to be special.
In this self-made darkness,
This hand, your hand
These fingers, your fingers
Nothing can change it
To satisfy the body,
I dirtied this hand.
But to be reproached
Is not something that can be stopped so,
Easily and willingly at a given moment
This intense desire
Someday I'll change it
Into a great strength for you
Behind my eyes lids
A bright blue light
By your hand which
Drives these emotions
I'm A Man 3 :mpreg:Ten weeks had past since Storm had come to visit. Rogue had been excited to hear he was keeping the baby but he made them both swear on their lives that they would not tell anyone. Both agreed without argument.I'm A Man 3 :mpreg:8 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Logan was finding it harder and harder to fit into his jeans. They were snug against the slight bludge of his stomach. He went downstairs and ate two pieces of toast before finding a bag of salt and vinegar chips.
"Morning Logan," Rogue greeted him as she entered the kitchen.
Logan nodded, "Where's Bobby?"
"Work," Rogue replied, "I have some running around to do today. You'll be fine alone?"
"Since when wasn't I?" Logan asked.
"You always were...I mean...it's just that...you're pregnant now..."
"Nevermind. I'm just looking out for you Logan, that's all. You don't have to go bite my head off," Rogue said leaving the room.
Logan looked down at his stomach, "That was your fault."
Hours passed. It was now 1. Logan had been walking around the house all day, bored out of his min
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I will dream,
My dreams will lead to memories,
Memories will lead unto sorrow,
Sorrow will lead unto rage,
The very rage that fuels me every day of my life<i>
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Jeff sat in his room alone at home. *sigh* "Theres nothing to do around here". He looked around the room for something to do when he came acrossed a stack of old photos. He picked up the stack and started looking through them. As he got deeper into the stack his eyes that were lifeless and dry had filled with tears. The pictures were of him and his best friend, BEN. BEN has been gone for a long time now and Jeff blamed himself for it. It hurt him so much to have lost his best friend that he refused to tell anyone about it. The only one he ever told was his friend Rain. He just wanted him to come back home. Lost in thought he slowly drifted off to sleep.
Around 1:23am he woke up but just sat there leaning against the wall by his bed. "I wonder what Masky is up to". Jeff turned on his computer and
Highly Unexpected, Chapter 16 ( Intermission ) Many years ago...Highly Unexpected, Chapter 16 ( Intermission )2 years ago in Drama More Like This
Master and servant stepped out from the castle, and into the wet, frozen night of the courtyard. It was a stark contrast to the brilliant colours and revelry from which they had emerged.
Wiggins made a shivering noise as he adjusted his employer's cloak. "It's rather bitter tonight, isn't it?"
Snow flitted from the black sky in light flecks which settled softly on their clothes and hair.
Wiggins took a moment to enjoy the crisp night air in lungfuls, before reaching into the depths of his fur-trimmed cloak to produce a small parcel. "Oh! I'd nearly forgotten-"
"What's this?" Ratcliffe stared at the item in his manservant's open palm.
"It's a gift. For you, sir." He rustled his hand a little, nervously, until Ratcliffe picked it up.
He spoke as his master stared down at it, clearly surprised at the gesture: "It's been a year, you see... since you came here- well, not here, in the literal sense, but to the estate. I... felt that is was worth commemorating."
Broken AngelBroken angelBroken Angel11 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
Confused and alone
Lost in the darkness
A long way from home.
Black tears trickle down
Her porcelain skin.
A heart made of crystal
Has shattered within.
Banished from Heaven,
Her innocence jaded.
Her once glowing light
Is now grey and faded.
Wings torn from her back,
She wanders through Hell.
To her last light of hope
She bids a farewell.
Left in the darkness
With tears in her eyes,
No longer pure
In a world full of lies.
I'm A Man 7 :mpreg:"Logan. Wake up," Bobby said shaking his friend by the shoulder, "Logan!"I'm A Man 7 :mpreg:8 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Logan sat up, "What? What?"
"Rogue will kill you if she finds out you slept on the couch all night," Bobby told him.
"Dammit," muttered Logan sitting up straight to find his lower back was killing him.
"Yeah, yeah. Just a little stiff that's all."
"Go upstairs and get changed out of those clothes, try not to wake Rogue on your way up."
Logan pushed himself off of the sofa and made his way up the stairs. He pulled on a pair of blue jeans and a white shirt (which barely fit) before making another trip back downstairs. When he got there Bobby was trying to tie his shoes and eat a piece of toast at the same time.
"Where are you going?" Logan asked.
"Storm needs a few things done and you need some new shirts," he said, voice muffled by the toast.
"Have fun with that," Logan said going into the kitchen.
He began looking through the fridge, then freezer, "Do we not have sushi?"
"Sushi? Since when do you eat
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Cloud gasped in relief, tears of pain still running down his cheeks. Sephiroth was staring at the small creature the doctor was gently drying off and wrapping in a blanket. That was that was his child? He'd been expecting it, looking forward to it for so long he honestly did not know how to feel now that he saw it for the first time. His child. His baby. Surely he was supposed to find it overwhelming and beautiful, not a little bit unsettling and strange-looking.
"Oh, wow, she's got so much hair!" one of the nurses cooed. She took the swaddled baby and handed it to Sephiroth, "Congratulations!"
Sephiroth took the baby automatically, looking down at it with a mixture of feelings that he still wasn't sure how he felt about. The newborn blinked unfocused blue eyes at him. Blue, slit-pupil'd eyes.
She had his eyes. Oh, they were Cloud's in color, but other than that bright blue, they were exactly l
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Misty slowly woke up as the sun came on her face. It had been ages since she had slept this good. She didn't wake up from the chills or nightmares. Rolling over, she opened her eyes. Seeing Marco's back as he slept brought her back to reality. She was stuck on the Moby Dick and had to deal with the pirates.
Misty knew they were kind to her. They fed her and tried to be all cuddly but she wasn't ready to trust them. Her experience with people acting sweet and with kindness, always had turned back. They either left Misty for dead or used her for something else.
She gently jumped out of her bed, making a small thud sound. It wasn't loud, but it was enough to wake someone. Unless they were deep sleepers, like Marco. He didn't flinch when she fell. Perfect.
The child moved swiftly and silently past his bed. Making headway for the door that can allow her to be free. She tried to turn the knob, but it didn't move. It was locked, from the inside. Misty blinked a few ti
Battle For NothingThe fight goes onBattle For Nothing10 years ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
The moon shines bright
All for the sake of an
We fight on
Our hunger unfed
As the water turn scarlet
And the grass turns red
We battle for good
Yet so much we do is wrong
As a crow shrieks out
Our painful song
How can we be good
When we slay our own kind?
Peace won't prevail
But what then will we find?
If not peace
Why do we battle forth?
It's almost for nothing
But it's something of worth
But to what ends
If I have nothing to save
And nothing to fend
I don't know what to do
Why can't this just end?
For now now I say stop
And let all things mend
Norwegian Wood part threeNorwegian Wood part three9 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
by Lucy in the Sky
The smell of hay filled Toki's nostrils. For a terrifying moment, he thought his father had caught up with him and drug him back to the stable. But the earth below him was rocking gently, and he could hear the distinctive clacking of a railroad train…he must have made it! But how?
He stirred slightly, unable to open his eyes still. He could tell his body was laying on hay, but his head was resting on something soft and warm, that rose and fell as if it where breathing…
His eyes snapped open and if he weren't in so much pain, he would have probably sat up to attention. He was resting on somebody's stomach…he looked up to the face that belonged to the makeshift pillow-all he could see in the darkness was brilliant blue eyes on a plain of creamy skin framed by golden hair that cascaded down to a pair of narrow shoulders. Toki couldn't process right away if this person was a boy or