Shattered Snowflake, Wilted Lily Ch. 13 Theresa woke up reluctantly, ready to just fall back into unconsciousness; there was still no point in anything. She turned her body and felt fabric shift with her. ‘That’s odd,” she thought to herself. Her eyes opened and she saw that she was back in her room. Something fell into her lap, and looking down she saw it was a wet cloth; she assumed that it was previously on her forehead, seeing as her forehead was damp.Shattered Snowflake, Wilted Lily Ch. 13 by Clonefav
Curious to know why she was in her room, Theresa got out of bed and stepped into the hallway. Nothing upstairs had been broken, just the items downstairs. She got closer to the stairway and heard the sound of sweeping coming from below. Somebody was cleaning up; Theresa assumed it was Ciel, or rather his butler. She rolled her eyes and headed downstairs. “Cie
Shattered Snowflake, Wilted Lily Ch. 12 About a week after Undertaker had died Ciel came to the parlor. He walked in nonchalantly. "Are you in, Undertaker?" Ciel called out. When his eyes adjusted he saw that the place was trashed. "What happened?Shattered Snowflake, Wilted Lily Ch. 12 by Clonefav
"I don't know young master, but I can't sense the Undertaker anywhere," Sebastian said.
"Sebastian, look around upstairs. I'll search down here." The butler nodded and darted up the stairs. Ciel walked towards the back rooms, carefully avoiding the broken glass. The first room was empty, with the exception of more broken objects. He crept to the other examination room, not quite expecting what he saw. Theresa, whom he had been starting to worry about, was laying on top of a body. Her white hair obscured enough of the person so Ciel couldn't identify him. "Sebastian, I've found something.” His butler was at his side in an instant.
"Oh my," he said. "So that's where Ther
Song Poem!How To Play: Put your iPod/iTunes/Spotify/Pandora/music player of some kind on shuffle, and then write the first lyric of each song that comes up. Do this for twenty songs, and you'll create a poem!Song Poem! by mochamints
NO SKIPPING, you must use whatever song pops up no matter how silly, nonsensical, or embarrassing it makes your poem! And you must use the lyrics in the order they pop on on shuffle.
You can structure the stanzas however you want and add punctuation, or the occasional "and" or "but", but no altering of the lyrics themselves is allowed. You can end up with a pretty interesting little poem!
Alright, I got this from littleblueraccoon
"I don't know why, I just feel I'm better off staying in the same room I was born in,
it's these substandard motels,
I ponder if something great-
I know what you came here to see,
but this is the end, just hold your breath and count to ten,
so when you're ready come and get it,
I'm happy, I'm feeling glad I've got sunshine,
We've waited so damn
Thousands of years ago Ancient Egypt was a magnificent civilization; its people thriving along the blessed shorelines of the great Nile River.
Their society was as mysterious as it was highly developed, and their many achievements would pave the way for the modern world.
Around one thousand years before the birth of Christ Egypt was ruled by a powerful Pharaoh and his royal family, and they were much beloved by their people. Under the Pharaoh’s peaceful rule, Egypt and her people grew strong and healthy.
However, such a successful and powerful civilization would not be without its enemies – enemies who craved their knowledge, power and riches.
Egypt would face many wars and soon she would be on the brink of destruction.
Without the knowledge of the Pharaoh, a handful of priests performed a forbidden ritual involving dark magic – a last, desperate attempt to save their kingdom.
A Tale of a New Beginning |Legolas x reader|
From A Tale of the Bard series
It was the beginning of a new day. The sun was slowly rising up and the dark blue sky brightened. During your chase the few things that belonged to you became heavier than they were before. It was almost impossible to keep your (e/c) eyes open as there wasn’t much time to rest and have some sleep. You were so tired that you couldn’t even feel your muscles being sore.
"A red sun rises. Blood has been spilt this night." Legolas’ voice reached your ears as you were walking past him. It made you turn your head to gaze at the dawn behind you, hoping that your friends were still alive.
It took you another second to begin moving again. The plains around you seemed like an endless sea of grass and dirt and utter silence. There was nothing to be heard as everything was still. Aragorn crouched on the ground to check for any tracks left by hurrying Orcs. Suddenly his head rose and a moment later he stood up, gesturing with his hand for you t