The Lesson (Mark/Reader)More Like This
“Trust me, it is super easy once you get the hang of it. This instructor is super nice. You have nothing to be worried about.”
“Are you sure? You know I get really nervous about this kind of stuff.”
“You won’t need to worry about that. You’re with me, remember? And like I said… super easy.”
After months of doing nothing but working at your job and studying for classes, you were finally able to request a week’s vacation off to relax and choose to do whatever you wanted to do. The classes didn’t start for another few weeks, so you weren’t worried about having to get ahead of the game. During you busy schedule, Mark was constantly wanting you to attend one of his pole dancing classes he had been going to for a few weeks now. You kept telling him you couldn’t because your boss was working you an insane amount of eight and nine hour shifts, but you were reluctant to go because you knew that you wouldn
Werewolf!Romano x Abused!Reader ~My TerritoryMore Like This
Werewolf!Romano x Abused!Reader
You look out your window, tears sliding down your cheeks. You had gotten fresh bruises on your arms and legs from your abusive uncle. Your parents had died when you were only 3 in a car accident. Your uncle had taken you in and has been beating you since. He usual beats you to get his stress off, come home drunk, or you had done something 'wrong'.
This time you had forgot to do the dishes. 'I should just leave and never come back' You thought to yourself, 'Or... just leave the world' You shake those thoughts out of your head. If you ran away... your uncle would find you and beat you senseless. And you weren't ready to say goodbye to the world.
You get out your iPod and plug your earbuds in. You grab your converse(And if you don't like converse... then... uh DEAL WITH IT) and slip them on. 'I'll just go for a quick walk... I'll be back before my uncle knows I'm gone' You sighed and opened up your window. Good thing this was a one story house.
You step out
Espresso - Markiplier x ReaderMore Like This
The wind howled softly outside, you could visually see the trees swaying and the wind blowing through people's hair. Lucky for you, you were toasty warm sitting in 'Espresso'. You always came here every morning before you headed off to your morning classes. The warm coffee cup warmed up your hands as you took a sip out of it. You were finishing some homework in a corner booth. You still had an hour before class started.
The bell rang signaling that a customer had walked in. You didn't look up from your laptop as you fixed the last touches on your homework.
You heard Loretta's voice loudly over the rest of the people in the cafe. Loretta was the owner of the place and even though she was an old lady, you and her are good friends. "I'm sorry there aren't any more seats, sir. Why don't you sit next to [Name]? She's the sweetest girl."
Your back was to Loretta so she didn't see your shocked expression. Y
Stop putting words in my mouthYou shove your fingersMore Like This
down my throat,
and insert words
I never spoke,
in desperate hopes
to make me choke
my pearly gates
that feeds me
UntitledSome times the human feels too humanMore Like This
when the machine is taking over
the little moments on your own
bring a dulcet kind of comfort
though you’ve been alone this whole time
his days are going nowhere
as he looks in his reflection
they always say sex will change you
only if she could come out of me
and you lay there waiting
for someone else to understand
you're moving light years ahead
in your mind
the sober and the somber
try to fix it with the comet
a wish is all you need
and as the days grow colder
your breaths are growing