✔ Burdened with Glorious Purpose
I Hate Everything About You - Ren Maaka StoryA gentle breeze blew through the trees. On a bench in a park sat me with a book in my hands. The spring air smelled sweet and love was in the air. Honestly, I had no huge interest in being with someone. Love was beautiful, yet never have I fallen in love with anyone. My heart was locked safe to keep out the pathetic people around me. All I've seemed to meet are the bad people. The only few good people I know are my close friends. That's just the way the world is, oh well.
The pages in my book started hitting my hand as a heavier wind blew past. Sighing, I placed my page and shut the book. Looking up and around, I saw petals of cherry blossoms falling from the centre of the park. My watch read seven o'clock. This early in spring the sun would set in a half hour and the street light would come on above me. It was always more fun to be out at night. The sky would be filled with stars and be much more beautiful than any painting an artist could paint. No matter how many times I saw it, it
Best Night Ever :Sebastian Michaelis x Reader:The manor lay before like something from a dream. Never in all of your life have you seen such a magnificent estate. Yet tonight you were going to party in it with loads of high class people from all around London. The Earl Phantomhive and his butler stood at the front steps.
"We welcome you, Lady [name]," the butler bowed and held out his hand to help you down from the carriage.
"Th..thank you," you blushed nervously as the handsome man took your hand. You stepped down and sheepishly let go while looking down hoping the hat you wore covered your face.
"Welcome," the Earl greeted your mother as she too stepped down with the help of his butler.
"This is such a beautiful place, isn't it, [name]?" your mother asked you.
"Oh yes, very beautiful," you looked up to see her blue eyes sparkling. Her eyes were the same as yours only she was much taller. What was amusing is the fact she was taller than the butler. This made you happy to be done growing. A man likes a woman he can hold to his che
Full Moon :Koga x Reader story:The wind blew by causing leaves to rustle making a peaceful noise. You looked up at a full moon and grew weary from a day of traveling. Twitching your leg slightly you yawned and decided to make a bed of leaves right where you were standing. It was a simple task since Autumn had just begun and the leaves were falling from above. Your stomach growled, but you ignored it knowing that you were to tired to search for anything. Morning should come quickly and then you could find a river or some fruit.
Once you had laid your head down and shut your eyes you could hear the howling of a wolf. It sounded close but you paid no mind to it hoping that it would go somewhere away from you. Then a sudden rush of wind caused some of the leaves to cover your face and you sat up in annoyance. It was then you saw him. The most handsome man you had ever seen dressed in fur. His blue eyes seemed to bear into yours as he just noticed you sitting on the ground.
"Sorry about that," he noticed the leaves cover
An Empty CircleAn empty circle,An Empty Circle by RavenluvsSesshomaru
an empty soul.
The loss of spirit,
and the loss of hope.
Effort so pointless,
every goal so far away.
Grace me with your love,
with your care to bring me up.
Follow me to a greater future.
A light to shine in the beauty that is darkness.
Loki Oneshot - Not a MonsterLoki Oneshot - Not a Monster by RavenluvsSesshomaru
"Loki!" I called as I walked quickly through the hallways of Asgard's Palace. "Have you seen Loki?" I asked an Einherjar.
"He's there, M'Lady," they pointed towards the throne room.
"Thank you," I said gratefully and hurried to see the man I needed to confess my feelings to. With everything that had gone on, Thor's banishment and the situation with the Jotuneheim, I hadn't had a chance to tell Loki how I felt. Ever since we were young I had liked him and have grown to love him more than anything in any of these nine realms.
As I entered the throne room I saw a site that I did not expect to see. Loki was sitting on the throne with Odin's staff, Gugnir.
"Loki, what has happened?" I stepped up to the throne.
"Father has fallen into the Odin sleep, until he awakens I am Asgard's king," Loki explained.
"Congratulations," I smiled. Loki smiled back.
"I'm glad that you care so much about me," Loki stood. "Although I think it may be more than just a friend." I gasped. He knew, of course he kne