Don't ForgetMore Like This
I can't remember anything from my past.
It's a blur.
I walk everyday,
Only finding strangers so near.
Has it always been this way?
Has it seemed different recently?
Or am I imagining things?
I can't remember...
It scares me.
Will I forever forget these precious moments with you?
I wish not.
But, will it?
I need you to tell me no,
That everything will not be forgotten.
But now it's too late.
Will everything be forgotten?
Will everything we've done vanish and never be revived?
I guess not.
But for now-
I'll try to remember...
I won't let these memories fade.
I'll try to keep them-
Not just for me,
But for us.
Just don't let your heart and mind forget,
That I love you.
I will forever love you.
Good? (LaughingJackXChildReader) OneShotMore Like This
(F/N) was a regular seven year old. There was absolutely nothing strange or worrisome about her. She went to school every day and got exceptionally good grades. She gave her father and mother upmost respect and love. (F/N) was a good little girl and always did what she was told without question. One could say that (F/N) was the perfect little girl that all parents would wish for.
Jack however was not that. Jack was almost fifteen years older than (F/N). He wore all black and white and had a funny cone nose. The suspenders that he whore were a size to big and his shoes five. He always carried candy around with him to give all the good children. Jack was (F/N)’s imaginary friend.
(F/N) lived in 2410 Mulberry Street, Jack would visit her every day. (F/N), being the good little girl she was, always aloud Jack to choose the game they would play. On most days Jack would decide on playing hide-an-seek or dolls, but one day he decided he was board of