YJ: Always Fine [Nightasia] Everything was falling apart.More Like This
Wally was gone.
No body. No real funeral.
He just vanished. Leaving everyone close to him shocked, wondering, and in despair.
All except for Ren. Who apparently was “fine”. Just as she always claimed to be.
Dick didn’t believe this, not for a second. Over the past few years, he had seen his girlfriend was far from fine. She just would put on a smile and go through life as if nothing touched her. He could see that this wasn’t true.
He wanted to help but didn’t know how.
Ren was always checking in on him, making sure he was alright and if he wasn’t, she would find a way to fix that in a blink of an eye. She was best at taking a burden off from someone else and making everything seem okay.
She usually made everything okay.
In her drive t
Bad Girl (PrussiaXReader) PART TWOMore Like This
The constant taps of the apartment building had just come about a month or two back, and despite everyone constantly complaining to the owner about the problem, he would dismiss them while he told them everything was fine.
But it was not, since a water pipe busted above (Name)’s room, causing a steady leak to make her carpeted flooring into a small pound for a while.
She placed a bucket underneath the leak but after about an hour it had overflowed. Everyone had called the owner. But he refused to take their calls since he ,at the time, was on a vacation.
And then, once everything was sorted out, she moved out of the apartment building to live in a different place. She knew where she would live since there was an ad in the paper calling for a roommate. (Name) gave the girl around her age a call and she had gotten the spot.
So as of now, she had a roommate. It was a new experience, to say the least. She would’ve never thought someone could be so loud in the n
Repent, They Must (HetaliaXReader) PrologueMore Like This
Hatred buried itself
in my core
while I vomit
your sugary lies
that were once slammed down
with the promise of something,
that could possibly become something,
I remember the night
where you told me you loved me
I could’ve sworn I saw the millions of stars
shine down on me and you
I remember when your lips
locked with mine
I could’ve sworn this was something,
anything like you told
But alas, it was not
I should’ve learned
but I didn’t
I remember when you said I was
the only one you
I should’ve seen this coming
I remember when
you told me that
I was like a goddess
why must you lie to me?
I remember when I wanted to dance
I wanted to dance so terribly
but you told me no
and that it was foolish of me
to want to dance
like a four year old
But then, when you became afraid
I became Rapunzel
due to your cowardliness.
I remember when what mine
and yours is mine
didn’t mean an
PruAus Oneshot: Lost On ChristmasHe knew this was a bad idea. It was always a bad idea. The temptation of winter was so strong though... Hungary, and Germany, and whoever else bothered to worry for him couldn't possibly expect him to stay inside right now, could they?More Like This
Austria huffed and rubbed his gloved hands together, a grimace set firmly on his face, which tingled with the threat of frostbite. He couldn't possibly get frostbite though, right? Frostbite happened after prolonged exposure to very cold temperatures, if he wasn't mistaken, and he couldn't have been out here long enough for that, even if it was terribly cold. It was rather dark out too; it was getting later... And, thus, colder, unfortunately for the aristocrat.
Treading through the ankle deep snow, Roderich silently thanked the fact that he wore the clothes he did. His boots almost reached his knees, so there was no chance of snow getting in them, and his beloved coat did a very effective job of keeping heat in. However, his face was completely v
Prelude to War [APH PruAus]Author's Note: Just for some very necessary background: This is set right before WWI when Germany encouraged Austria to start the warMore Like This
Austria walked down the hallway fiddling with one of the buttons on his jacket, which was one of his many nervous twitches. He had not expected to be so nervous about this, it was simply asking for a contract to be honored. He was only talking to Prussia, which shouldn't have been a problem, but there was something about it that was causing him to wish he could have just talked to Germany. But, alas, he had no choice in the matter. He turned the final corner, feeling a kind of rising anxiety that he certainly shouldn't be feeling within his own house. He stopped fidgeting with the button and instead used the same hand to push his glasses up to the bridge of his nose.
He took a deep breath to steady himself and then he pushed open the door. The room t