Lost Maiden Ch 12Chapter 12
Mabel remained curled on the ground as she looked up towards to where the siren was asleep on the gold cushions.
She was terrified that if she made even a squeak, that he would wake up and be furious for being disturbed; but she also saw that she had one opportunity to find her way out of the cavern and make a break for it back to her village.
Mabel as silently as could pulled herself off the ground and tiptoed past the siren as he lay there. She saw that he hadn't stirred, it seemed to be a good sign for the time being.
She continued walking through the darkness trying to find that underwater tunnel she had swam through when she had first came here, but for the most part she kept walking in darkness. She swore that all she had done was just walk straight like the last time, but there was no tunnel to speak of. Did the surroundings of the cavern constantly change, but she didn't know of it? Or was her mind just playing games with her. Regardless, she wanted to try and make i
What I Thought Was BestHer hands gripped tightly on the photo album as she looked at her brother as if she didn't know he was anymore.
Tears were streaming down her face as she glared at him such betrayal.
"Mabel..." He tried to say gently. "I'm so sorry..."
"You're sorry... YOU'RE SORRY!" She screamed. "ALL YOU'VE DONE ALL THIS TIME WAS NOTHING BUT LIE! I'VE ALWAYS TOLD YOU TRUTH DIPPER!"
"I know Mabel... I know..." He said, softly. Feeling guilty for the lies. Feeling guilty for doubting his sister's judgment with the Portal. If it wasn't for her heart he never would have met the author of the journals; but he started to spend more time with Ford and he really didn't seem to think about how it hurt his sister. True Mabel had spent more time with Candy and Grenda, but she realized that it made her brother feel left and tried her best to spend as much time with him as she could.
Hear in the cold reality however was that Dipper was doing what she tried her best to keep in check but he really didn't seem all a
Numb ChapterChapter 2
Dipper found the one thing that seemed to entertain him the most was to just stare at the cold grey walls of his room.
The window that led to the outside world gave him no happiness anymore. It would only be a cold reminder that world was a world he no longer belonged in.
He couldn't look outside inside as it was just reminder that this hellhole was his prison that he couldn't escape from. This would be his final resting place; and he had to wonder how long that would be until the sweet freedom of death would finally take him away from all the pain.
So he would just stare at the wall and just let it's cold gleam bring a sad lost smile to his face. It was sad, but it could not hurt him the way the world had. Inanimate can't harm you the way people could.
Dipper continued staring at the cold barrier when a nurse came.
The young man barely even turned his head to look at her.
"Dipper... There's someone here to see you..."
Dipper felt his eyes widened just a bit. Nobody had ever
Lost Maiden Ch 11"How are we going to get my sister back?" Dipper growled towards Gideon.
The younger man shuffled his feet around as he looked above Dipper's head.
He still wanted Mabel as his wife, but that was going to be harder as Dipper was keen on finding his sister and bringing her home. He couldn't have this boy take his peach dumpling away from him; but he also couldn't let this siren kill her either. He never intended on hurting Mabel, but she was just so stubborn. Why couldn't she have just said yes to his proposal when she had the chance. Now there was the possibility that this monster was going to hurt her. He had to get Mabel back before he did.
"Well..." Gideon started, looking nervous. "Maybe we just... I don't know..."
"You don't know?!" Dipper cried, incredulously. "It's your fault Mabel is in this predicament! She could be killed because of you!"
"I know and I'm sorry for that..." He said quietly.
Robbie and Tambry stopped in there tracks. Gideon never apologized for anything in his
That was all Dipper could think as he sat inside his padded cell; locked away from the rest of the world.
Why did everyone have to treat him the way they did.
His classmates... His teachers... His parent...
Why did they have to treat him like he was a freak.
Dipper could only stare out the small window to see several doctors and nurses strolling down the halls. Trying their best to "help" the patients that were locked away in there for one reason or another.
Images of that horrid night still haunted him. All the blood the splattered all along the walls of the gymnasium. Those yellow eyes, filled with such pure evil glee.
Bill had broken him.
But he needed him.
Dipper need his "father figure" to love and protect him just like he promised. Just as long as Dipper would now behave like a good little boy.
The boy couldn't tell anyone how long he had been here. He lost track of time so long ago.
For the most part Dipper sat in his cell wearing his straightjacket. He had to wear it
Mabill Oneshots: Within My MindWithin My Mind
Mabel was so glad that her last class of the night was over. She hated Tuesdays with a passion; having class to almost eleven at night.
She kicked off her shoes and put on her night clothes.
She couldn't wait to drift to sleep of dreams of rainbows and hot vampires.
The minute she rested her head on the pillow she was out like a light blub.
Mabel's Dream (Nightmare)
The young woman opened her eyes to find herself to be in what appeared to be a darkened meadow.
The sky was as black as the night and the air felt unnervingly cold.
Mabel was confused of this as she started to walk around the meadow, looking for any signs of life.
But from the way things looked, there was no life at all. No flowers bloomed; and no birds to sing. Everything was a hushed quiet except for the howling wind that seemed to moan like a creature that was nearing the cold sleep of death.
Mabel felt her brown locks sway all around her as the wind pricked her shoulders and danced along her rosy cheeks.
Mabill Oneshots: On the Blood Moon NightOn the Blood Moon Night
Mabel adjusted her the glittery mask over her eyes.
Tonight was Halloween and the college was having a Halloween Masquerade. Everyone would be dressed up in costumes for the grand night.
Mabel was so excited for the night more so than Christmas. On Halloween could dress up anyway she wanted and eat all the candy she wanted. Nothing could get better than that.
She looked at herself in the mirror at her fairy princess costume. The shimmering long gown with innocent slits all around. Her curly hair pinned halfway back. Tonight was going to be so much fun.
Mabel looked away from the mirror when she heard a knock on the door.
She ran to the door to see Candy and Grenda dressed in their costumes.
"Girl are you ready!?" Grenda cried.
"Then let's go and meet some boys!" Candy giggled.
The three girls cried with excited as they all dashed towards the campus' theater building. The entire front hall had been confronted to a ballroom. All of the students were dressed in ext