Letter to ConnecticutGently, gently as they are lain in the arms of angels.More Like This
The winds of change blow through curly tufts of hair;
they have fallen asleep.
There are butterfly kisses on their porcelain cheeks
from the softest angel wings.
A warm glow illuminates their cold, cold faces
to bring the rosiness back.
For their wounds are healed by angelic tears as they are presented to their Lord;
only the stab in your heart remains.
Sorrowful, heartbreaking, the madness of it all!
You sob on the baby pictures and drink the wine of depression.
You can't face the fact that your little one is gone,
but the thing you don't know is that you don't have to cry.
Your little one's eyes flutter open to a strange, benevolent light.
Their small nap left them as energetic as ever.
They prop themselves up from their marshmallow bed
and gaze upon bright, beautiful fields.
At this moment in time,
you feel the slightest tug at your sleeves.
"Mommy! Daddy! Come play with me!"
A smile crosses your lips as you blink the sleepiness
Tutorial: Making a Fan TrollH O M E S T U C K f a n T U T O R I A LMore Like This
Hello, and welcome. I'll be listing helpful hints for creating a fan troll for the series Homestuck. This is in no way the laws of making a fan troll, it is merely a guide. You may follow whatever bits and pieces of the tutorial as you want, but be warned; the internet feeds off Mary-Sues and Gary-Stus.
Melodramatic warning aside, now let's continue.
Rule one to making a fan troll: You NEED to have read the actual webcomic before creating an oc. Going off of what you hear and not what's stated in the actual webcomic is the perfect way to mess everything up.
Now, some vocabulary, for those not familiar with the "proper" terms.
Trolls - If you do not know, get out.
Hemospectrum - The blood caste system which classifies the upper, middle, and low classes in troll society.
Blood Caste - A troll's position in the hemospectrum.
Culled - Being killed for being "useless" or "wrong" in troll society.
Lusus Naturae - usually shortened to lu
Recital Blues - Ch. 2Stephanie was so flustered that she ended up going to her uncle's house rather than her own. Inside she felt once again like the eight-year old she had been the first time she came to Lazytown - when she met Sportacus.More Like This
What a great time she had back then! Everyone in Lazytown was learning to go outside and have fun, and she made some fantastic friends in the process. None of the children had siblings of their own, so they became a little family: Ziggy and Stingy were like little brothers, Trixie was Stephanie's sister and best friend, while Pixel was their older brother. For a long time Sportacus was like a second father to all of the children. Now the pink-haired girl felt that there was something much more within her heart.
Hours passed as Stephanie lay in her old room, scanning the pages of her diary. She felt terrible for yelling at Sportacus - and for no reason, at that. The girl was so confused.
Her mind wandered a few years back, when Pixel had asked her out on a date. She wasn'
Recital Blues - Ch. 1It had already been ten years since Stephanie made her first visit to Lazytown. By this time her parents had made the decision to move there so that their daughter could be near her friends all the time. Most of her schooling was done and Stephanie was even closer to becoming a professional dancer, as she always dreamed. She would take frequent lessons with numerous professionals in her home town and sometimes received help from Sportacus.More Like This
Speaking of whom, the town hero had been on her mind even more than ever the past few years. She took her time getting into her soft pink tee with her name embroidered across the front, and the violet pants with a white streak on the outside leg up to her thigh she preferred when dancing. The Blue Elf, as Robbie sometimes called him, had a different kind of hold on her than back in the day. At first she convinced herself it was infatuation, but now…
Stephanie shook her head, unaware of the blush that had crossed her face. "Ah, no time for that! I hav