Angel Poison : PrefaceAngel Poison
Somehow she became my own personal angel, my own poison.
I stared down calmly at the young girl that stood defiantly before me. Even now, after knowing so much already she still looked at me completely unafraid. It was like she was testing me, to see how much control over myself I really had. I found it hard to think when her forest green eyes looked at me that way; her scent filling the air around me. I tried not to breathe, but found myself doing so anyways.
"Is something wrong, Edward?" she asked, her voice taunting me. She was playing with me; she knew how much she was affecting me right now, but still she refused to leave me alone even after the class bell had rung. I should have expected as much. She wouldn't just let me hide away. She was brave and completely unafraid. It's what I hated about her. She was only afraid of what she couldn't see and, clearly, I didn't fall into that category.
"No, I'm fine," I
The EndI look outside the window with distant eyes. All I could think about was you. I know its stupid. After all I did. All we did. Thinking about you was just a foolish waste of time. You were gone and that was it. There was no way i would ever get you back. It was really jut a foolish thought. I shouldn't have even bothered. I guess I'm just a fool like that. I was a fool in so many ways, but you know that better then anyone.
I would always argue with you but you never understood. You could never listen to me when I spoke. You lived in this world of your own and it wan't real. The reality of things weren't so easy. What you thought were true, it was all jut a lie. It didn't matter to me if you loved or hated me. It doesn't matter now. As long as you're always making the right choices and ass long as you'll always be happy, then thats all that matters. I just need to know that you're making the right choices. I just need to know that you're on the right track. If you ever paid attention, th
RosalynOnce upon a time, there was a beautiful princess named Rosalyn. She was a quiet girl who spent all her days locked in a tower far away from the rest of the world. She was free to leave the tower whenever she wished, she had the key. However, she chose to stay. You see, it was her choice to live within this tower. Many had tried to get her out, her mother and father included, but she refused.
She had locked herself in that tower long ago. She had seen the evils in the world and it had frightened her. She did not want to live in that world. She did not want to see or be around the evil. She did not want to fear bandits or thieves. She did not want to be hurt or lied to or betrayed. So she left and locked herself away within a tower.
Years passed and time went by, but she never left that castle. She spent her days cooking and cleaning and sowing, all within the safety of her tower. Many had come to rescue her from the walls of the dark tower. They all came bearing gifts or words that she
Lady Dreamer"Come on Tyler, its time for bed." The elderly woman spoke softly, a kind smile across her face. She was a sweet woman that the young boy, Tyler called grandma. His parents were away this night on a business and he was left here to stay.
"Grandma, I'm not tired!" he whined, trying in vain to argue. The soft yawn that he tried to hold back was what gave him.
"It's late now, dear, come on," she said giving him a gentle push towards the stairs. Frowning as he did, he walked up the stairs quietly, pouting all the way. He climbed into bed and she pulled up the covers.
"I can't stay up just a few more minutes?" he asked, trying for a last minute attempt. His grandmother shook her head and smiled.
"No, Tyler, it's already very late for you. Now go to sleep so that you may be visited by Lady Dreamer." she replied gently. The young boy looked confused.
"Grandma, who is Lady Dreamer?" he asked curiously. He had never heard of such a thing. His grandmother gave a soft laugh.
"Lady Dreamer is beli