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Jack FrostXreader Loneliness is a burden
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Warning: Mention of cutting. That is all.
I sat there, perched on a nearby tree, looking through the small, frosted window, that I knew all to well. I had visited that window everyday for the past three days, only to see the same thing, a girl. Her (Eye Color) filled with tears, as she clutched onto a small, blue pillow, letting the tears stream down her face. My heart ached, all that I wanted was to rush in there, and hold her in my arms, whispering to her that everything would be alright. I don't know why she was crying, and I don't even know her name, I just wanted to make her feel better. I knew she wouldn't see me, she is a teenager, most children don't believe in me, let alone a teenager. I sighed, as I stood up, to let the wind take me home, well if you call a frozen lake, a home.
"Wind take me home." I whispered, and jumped off the branch, the wind caught me, and soon I was gliding, carelessly in the sky. I landed with a soft thud on the
Wipeout (Jack Frost x Reader)
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"You're a bloody basket case! How many times have I told ya ta stay outta the Warren?"
"Relax, Bunny. It's not like I was doing any harm."
"Ya froze all my blooming flowers, ya drongo!"
You sigh, placing your pencil on your desk. There is no way you're going to get anything done, not with those two constantly arguing. Taking a deep breath, you stand up from your seat at your desk and irritably make your way to the Globe Room.
You first met Jack a few years ago. It was wintertime, late at night some time in January. You were having trouble sleeping, tossing and turning, young mind haunted by endless nightmares. You needed to do something, anything to get your worst dreams out of your head. So, you being the adventurous kid you were, you hopped out of bed and climbed out your window, careful not to wake up your parents.
The moon made the snow under your boots sparkle like glitter. You had forgotten your g