Realities (Levi x Reader)Streaks of blue erupted from a sea of green on varying points, the sounds of the flare guns shooting matched with the distant shouts of incoherent things and the slight buzzing in your ears weaving together a song of cacophonous means as you allowed your tired (e/c) eyes to trace the blurred lines in the horizon, the blue lines spraying across an ocean of yellows, pinks, and oranges, otherwise known as the afternoon sky.
It was beautiful you thought, and one of your favorite views whenever you were graced with the news of another expedition outside the walls.
That being said, it was natural then that whenever you thought that this might be the last time you’d see such a scene, your heart would just scrunch up and a frown would unknowingly make its way onto your face, because even though there was an abundance of cannibalistic beasts threading the grounds outside the walls, this world was still beautiful beyond any standard in your eyes.
A breeze blew by steadily, the wind then ge
noyade|levi x reader
You sigh as you lock your door and head into your parent’s house. Your relatives were milling around and conversing with each other. You take your bag off your shoulder and place it next to your shoes. You nod to your parents to let them know you’re here and join the small crowd. You weren’t as optimistic as you usually are; this is the first family gathering since you Levi broke up. You lower lip starts quivering and you take deep breaths to calm yourself.
After saying hello to most of your relatives you walked towards the kitchen where your parents and aunt were cooking.
“Hello y/n!” Your aunt says smiling your way before turning back to her cooking. Your cousin made her way over to you with an excited face.
“Y/n!” She called, running over to you. You turned to her with a smile. “Where’s
Hospitality | Levi x Wealthy!Reader (Part One)
Wall Sina was all you've ever known. From the moment you were canonized into your wealthy, merchant family to now on your nineteenth year, this small society was it. Yes you knew of the tragedies of Wall Rose and Maria, but it was from your parents. They sold 3D Maneuver Gear to the Army, specifically to the Survey Corps. From their prosperous careers, they were able to build a well to do livelihood for themselves and you. However, this wealth came with a price. You'd be a liar if you said you saw them at least once every day. They were too busy on expeditions: keeping records, stocking inventory, and sometimes, hand delivering packages.
Today was one of those days. You watched your parents dress to meet the Commander of the Survey Corps to personally deliver his shipments. His name was Erwin you recalled, your mother was muttering last night about his. . . peculiar eyebrows. The statement confused you, but you didn't bother to press on about it.
“Now listen, (Y/N).”