Actor!Denmark x Reader |The Nail in My Coffin|Classics are ageless, always eluding time’s rusty clutch. Their concepts are influential, profound and pertinent to contemporary issues. They’re regularly debated over, scrutinized and broken down to each individual morpheme; scholars analyze every theme, pulling the literary and metaphysical meaning from beneath the text. Expressions from a multitude of sundry faces accompany the plays throughout the precarious spell of time, as they’re frequently re-enacted. While the works are unremitting, the actors that breathe life into the roles aren’t illimitable.More Like This
That’s a prominent reason why actors are revered and receive a surplus of merit. They have an expiration date, an end, identical to every other living organism. Actors are marvelous—able to attain a face from a trunk and model it quintessentially.
The spacious theater progressively becomes subdued as the lights over the audience dim. The loquacious crowd comprised of aristocrats settle
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"I don't know about this, Ivan..." you said uneasily, staring up at the castle looming in front of you, its ancient stones covered with moss and lichen. "It looks like something from a horror movie."
He chuckled softly and lightly slapped your shoulder. "Oh, don't be like that, ____! We'll be fine. It's a beautiful castle, and no one is ever here."
"What if it falls down on us or something?"
He shook his head. "Look, it's been standing tall for over a thousand years. Why would it fall down now?"
Ivan looked down at you softly. "You didn't come all the way to Russia for nothing, да?"
You shrugged. You were visiting Ivan Braginski, Russia, in his home country for a couple weeks. You two were good friends, but you tried your best to hide the fact that you wanted to be more than just his friend.
It was a nice day for exploring, even though it was chilly. You were wearing your (f/c) jacket, and of course Ivan was wearing his ever-present coat and scarf.
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For the brokenhearted
Sick of happy endings? Let's be real.
Love. Wanting love is only natural. Finding it is natural. Keeping it is a natural disaster.
This is a series of stories for the brokenhearted. You, dear reader, could be one of my characters. Therefore, I have given you the unpleasant gift of reliving the past and living in this story.
Have you ever had your heart broken? We all must have at least once. Dear reader, it is fortunate to experience heartbreak only once. My heart was beaten to death.
Do you remember the very first time? This was when a friendship died.
Do you remember the second time? This was when someone you love was very sad, but there was nothing you can do.
Do you remember the third time? This was your first romanti