EPIC LIST OF ONILNE HETALIA DOUJINSHIWARNING: YAOI. Lots of it. Most is just fluffy cuteness, some is quite explicit. I warn you.More Like This
Pirate's Chronicles (USUK)
(England Japan) Insolent Peridot R18
Gap Moe (Bad Touch Trio)
Koori no Kuni ni Shinzou wo Torareta Hito (SuFin)
Gamers syndrome (USUK doujinshi)
igirisu usage to chiisa na otouto
(America x Canada)
RentSkitter skitter. Waking up in the darkness there's webs all around, binding tight. Skitter skitter go the spiders outside, fangs juicy-dripping with venom that slid through my veins and put me here. Hand wriggles and tears and pushes until the webs break and my arm is free. One arm, one arm! Where did the other go?! Eaten already by these skittering devils? They chitter and screech while I break free, trying to put me back down in the ground so they can finish the job they started.More Like This
Holy fire! Brought down by the book, I remember the book, the book of the Light with the words that burn a path through the darkness. I can't find it, can't feel it. Stolen and gone, but my mace still here... still here!
No torch to light the way, pure darkness toward the surface. Crawling in the dark, feeling around. Too tired to stand, legs broken. Pretend to be dead when the skeletons walk by; they see only what they want to see. Another broken adventurer's corpse doesn't draw the attention of those culti
Why we fall. - Edited with full postMore Like This
Art by Allison Smith.
"Why do we fall, Bruce? So we can learn to pick ourselves back up."
One of my favorite lines from Batman Begins. However, there are moments where it's rather difficult to get back up, and sometimes we require that one special kick in the ass.
From each tumble, we learn a valuable lesson. A year or so ago, I had hit a personal wall that was proving too difficult to force through. Art, which is usually front and center, took a back sea--and while we've all had art blocks--that wasn't the only issue.
It began with my roommate of two years, whom had decided it was time to move else where. With such a sudden interruption, I had to find a new home and in less than 30 days.
Having also been through a bleak breakup months prior, and finding myself with no pending freelance work and