The effect you have on me - Drabble [Tom x Reader]More Like This
“Sometimes, I feel so alone in this world, like a tiny speck of nothing in a sea of emptiness.” Tom begins in a soft undertone and a slow incline of his head, eyes falling shut as a way to avoid your stare while he lifts his hands to the top of his head. Those slender beautiful digits of his splicing through curly locks of dark, abundant, swept back hair–his cap that he took off prior, the culprit whom rumpled the sophisticated coiffure. With a slight inward arch of your eyebrows with eyes bearing sympathetic tendencies for this usually cheerful man you’ve come to know, you watched him as the tips of his fingers brushes against his scalp in gentle movements, as if they would ease the anxiety you could feel emanating off his body in waves from where you sat beside him on the wooden bench, situated in a low activity area of Hayden park so you both may not be disturbed by people or fans.
Not sure what to do but listen to this sudden acknowledgment of hidden feeling
Let The Snow Fall (Tom x Reader)More Like This
A thick cover of snow caked the rooftops and bathed the naked trees, anything that was open to surrender under the dainty white flakes they fell down upon like white dove feathers, pure fragments of an angel that once preened the plumes of their wings. When clouds would separate and allow the glow of the moon relief by casting its light to kiss the land, the unpigmented whiteness of the snow created a radiance so potent it lit up the entirety of the area where you walked through, as if entering into the crystal orb of a snow globe that hasn’t been shaken yet.
Thirty minutes had passed since you two left the cozy comfort of your flat after Tom made a suggestion about going out for a late night stroll. The snow was falling then and he knew how fascinated you are about winter and the Christmas lights decorated, strung up on buildings and trees throughout the neighborhood. You agreed without missing a beat. But by the time you got outside, the snow had stopped descending to the groun