The book that is in your hands right now is a piece of my heart and a secret corner of my bright soul. You will witness the thoughts of my heroine, her feelings and a variety of experiences. Perhaps my thoughts will be somewhere, but you will never talk about it you won't know. This is my first work and I would like my reader to take it as seriously as it is possible for him. The reason for writing this book lies in love for my boyfriend, without whom there would be nothing warm and bright in my gray and boring world. Thank you for inspiring me to breathe in a new way. I would like to dedicate this book to you, Alexey.
After a sacred peak suddenly erupted, a special group was sent to investigate... but they weren't the only ones. An opposing faction also answered the call. Now, as they are pushed ever deeper into the bowels of this battered world by the whims of higher powers; they must also learn along the way to work together if they are to successfully complete their newfound mission.To rescue and escort back to the surface a very special young one for it is claimed that she alone might be the offering the world was longing for, and as such, there are many that would like nothing more than to lay their hands on her.
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The Bear are on trial for their crimes they committed in Colourland.
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As I made you to be
To begin and to end
Blood and Berries
Temptation and Exhaustion
Squeezing and Casket
A dragon called Spaghetti
Gifts to You
*Back stories (same universe of existing works)*
Up in flames
A night with you
Noodles and Grass
*Fictional without fantasy*
Only You, Daisy
A whole lot of Truth
*OC/ Based on Truth*
How I met him
Its very dark now that you think about it
From someone who is scared of horror...
*Not as it seems*
Its just Piglets, ok?
You gave my table to a fucking cat?
*Based on songs*
Learning to Fly
Bye Bye Kyle
Water or Wine
From death to life again
You and me, Mochi
Matija was a woman of medium height, short length blonde hair and green eyes. She wore a light blue sweater and blue pants with a beige overcoat around her body. She stopped short of walking down the snow—her foot was beginning to ache. “Mati! Wait!” Gabriel said, catching up to her at a wave’s length. Gabriel was a year younger than Matija. She had short, brown hair up to the nape of her neck and has brown eyes. She wore a burgundy sweater and a pair of salmon colored pants.
It’s been a while since the winter storm has let up and remained its calm. “Over there.” Matija replied, pointing her finger to the west where a lone cabin had been found. “We can make it.” The younger woman smiled. “Of course,” her brown eyes trailed down to her significant other’s feet to see that there was a splotch of pain there. They move forward west to the abandoned cabin. The cabin was empty. It contained a kitchen on the left-hand side, a living room at the center, and a bathroom on the right-hand side. The living room was lavished with a sofa, a glass table, and a television set.
Meanwhile, it took some time for them to be prepared for the situation. Matija sat down on the sofa to rub her foot, while her partner went to the bathroom for a first aid kit. Gabriel came back with bandages, a few pain-reducing pills, and a bottle of water. She wrapped the bandages around her significant other’s foot, kindly asked her to take the pills, in which she complied without further notice. “How’s that?” She asked. “You did fine.” Matija replied. The younger woman began sorting the remaining items in the plastic box, and went to the bathroom to put it away.
“So, what do you want to do now?” The older woman asks. Gabriel stops wandering around the household. “I don’t know.” Gabriel said, shaking her head innocently. She walks to the kitchen to prepare some food, preferably canned soup. Cream of chicken soup was on the counter, and she started to heat it up; stirring milk in it with a spoon for about half a minute as it slowed down. It was done in three minutes. For how long this lasted, Matija was not sure. Gabriel was sure to approximate about three years and four days. Their relationship consisted of waiting in line, looking over one’s shoulder for information.
Matija’s foot was starting to heal. It took a while for the two to communicate effectively. They waited and waited, but nothing seemed to come to fruition. They sat down together and gently conversed together—about nothing, about their friendship, and most importantly about their mending the bridge together from other wildfires. The snow was starting to bluster throughout the environment.
As the snow starts to bluster throughout the environment, so was the situation at its time. It was calm and diligent, unlike the wind rattling by the window. The couple let things slide a little, easing into a tandem of movements. Gabriel notices the cross pendant worn by her partner yet continues to let the conversation come to her mind. That’s easy to say.She thinks to herself. The older woman was talking about mice running away from wolves, or at the least a variation of running away from the act of something. It was easier to say, because the younger woman has not paid attention to the rest of the subject. It was pleasant, however, and the younger of the two wished some things had not fled their daily living. It was quaint. The way Matija moved her hands upon her own midline was enthralling, jest aside it was an ordinary way of expressing herself.
Soon enough, the storm was ov
This is a book about my life lol. I don't know. I was just bored, I go to school so this might not update everyday.
CAN A DETECTIVE SOLVE A CASE ACROSS THE UNIVERSES?
“This is Gabriel.” Said Asa, the cat. The woman stretched her arms and let out a brief chuckle. “For real? You can’t be serious.” Replied Matija. Gabriel went out with the older woman, not sure what to do, but to merely enjoy her time with her. They went out to the back street of their house to observe their car. “How are you, today?” The woman asked of her friend as she closed the hood of the car. “I am doing all right, thinking of grabbing a bite to eat.” The blonde woman replied. Snow starts to fall from below the sky. The couple left the premises for a moment and headed back inside their house.
The phone rang from inside the house. Gabriel went inside of the kitchen to answer it, while Matija settled down near the compartment steps. She closed the door behind her and switched off her shoes. It took a while for the older dog to process the situation, seeing that she was out of bounds from the phone call. She walked up the stairs to go to the living room, proceeded to turn on the TV, and settled down on the couch. After the younger woman was done from her phone call, she accessed the living room to her partner. “Ready to go?” She asked her. Matija answered by nodding, “Yes.”
It was a quiet road down the back end of the street. Matija was the first in the driver’s seat, and Gabriel was in the passenger’s seat. The car drove away from the garage in order to go to a restaurant for a quick bite to eat. They settled down somewhere, ate their burgers and fries, and conversated for a while. After that, a heavy snowstorm blew in. The two dogs did not panic; rather they stayed calm on the way back to their house. It was a quaint night, the household, and they spent it howling, drinking, partying, and laughing together. The younger woman asked of her friend of what they wanted to do together—after the storm has lessened some—but the older adult did not reply as she drank some more of her whiskey and proceeded to settle down. It took a while for the calm to come by in those tempting, calculative moments. Mati swung her arm back and forth, her hand catching gusts of wind that did not matter much to her chagrin, then stopping midway through for a contemplative point.
What is there to do, other than waiting for something to come?The older animal thought. She put her arm behind her back and waited for an answer. Nothing much came by, except for a brief clearing of her younger partner’s path. “Well, what’s up with you?” Gabriel asked, stroking her fur with her free hand. “Mh? Nothing much.” The older woman replied, nodding herself in a daze. “I see.” The younger woman said, letting her hand go for a brief second. It was quiet and tame. They were at peace.
We never know how the people around us will respond to what we do, sometimes our good intentions are considered inappropriate, or even annoying. sometimes when this self always thinks a thousand times to express ego, people never think long to express their ego to this self, life is full of surprises, but are you ready to be surprised? maybe for now I will express all my ego here, behind letters, sentences or even pictures, that way there are no feelings and thoughts that need to be burdened by this expression, no one judges the events that I am experiencing and the obstacles that I am facing.it's not the people around me who disappoint me, but this self's expectations of others that disappoint it. a simple question like "how was today?" is enough for me, but no one ever asks me that. i also want to be treated the way i treat others, but what can make people don't care about what you want, they also have their own world, have their own desires too. What is clear is to continue to do good to your surroundings, even if your surroundings are not as good as you think.
Life like a Saturday
When you think about Monday
We ain’t going nowhere
Without our remedies
Got a whole lot of plans ahead
To achieve with my head when it’s Sunday
When I reach the highest to see the Friday
I’m going somewhere
To catch my plane to go to the Bay
Enjoy the days ahead
When you realize it’s nothing but sunshine on your face
You will hit to the those on your head
To see the mirror of yourself
Happiness is like a scheduled appointment with the press
When they press the button of stress to release the test
After the fall of the Titans, Zeus afraid of prophecy secretly betrays all the Gods and forces them all into a tournament to the death to keep Chronos in chains. Hermes unwillingly entered into the deathmatch leaves Olympus to visit his Demigod son. Ultimately this pulls him into the tournament of the Gods, but is there a larger destiny at play for Hemitheos or is he destined to be another sacrifice to Chronos?