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Dark LinkXReader-A Demon's love~Part 23
All the Kokiri gathered at the news of Helio's tragic death. Around, you all stood together in the forest as Saria placed Helio's tiny body on a lily pad and let it drift further into the forest surrounded by the other fairs who drift through. Once he was adrift, Saria began to play a soft and soothing yet nostalgic melody to symbolize the passing of a friend.
You stood next to Link the whole time. His hand clutched yours firmly and his blue eyes were staring intently forward on Helio's drifting pad. This was all Dark Link's fault. He was too blame.It was a mistake to think that he could go free a live amongst you and him like a normal person. It was a mistake to think that he could actually be a brother and a lover. Link was a fool.
He shook his head and clenched his free hand into a fist. Perhaps he should have killed Dark Link when he had the first few chances.Helio would still be here if he had and you wouldn't be in so much agony. So much heart ache. He wished he could heal
~A World Of My Own~ Dark!Mad Hatter!EnglandXReader
You felt yourself drift into consciousness. You began to fall back asleep but you noticed something odd. Where was your bed, your sheets, your mattress? Eyes still closed, you could feel yourself on laying on your back, on what you knew was the ground. Your arm shifted, causing a rustle of leaves. The forest, you thought. How did I get to the forest?
Eyes still closed, on the edge of dreaming again, you went through the previous night. It had been so normal, you thought. You brushed your teeth, you got into bed, what happened? You were in your own home, weren't you? You must have been sleepwalking, straight from out of your house and into the lawn. Strange. Or perhaps you were still dreaming?
"Wake up, love."
Finally, your body jolted adrenalin into your veins and you lifted your heavy head off of the floor. You could have sworn you heard someone say something, but it was too silent and the world felt too empty for an
Erwin x Ghoul!Reader |Appeal| AUThe absence of the sun was replaced with a brightly gleaming moon. Your (e/c) hues rapidly scanned the area that surrounded you, your fingertips lingering on your (s/c) face, as a crazed smile brimmed your soft lips. The last few nights had been scarce in the way of food, the doves had been multiplying, it seemed. Your eating activities were put on pause in response.
From the lack of human flesh you had grown into what could be described as a monster - but yet, that word would be too weak to describe the deranged feelings that grew within you. You needed to eat, as did any person, or ghoul. It's just that your taste was a little than the average humans.
Currently you were camping out, awaiting for a victim to be lured to you. You took pride in your stunning looks, that could draw in the foolish of men, but in the end it was you that devoured them. Soon enough, your boastful thoughts were interrupted at the sound of shoes clicking against the ground. It was the dead of night, a
Investigator!Levi x Ghoul!Reader |A New Light| AU"You disgust me." Those three seemingly simple but dreadful words were spat at you on a daily basis. Not that you appeared to care, but inwardly you cringed whenever a certain man in particular told you them. The man that not only stole your freedom, but the man that unknowingly captured your interest. Who was he?
Levi Ackerman. Strongest Ghoul Investigator out there, known and respected by the public. At first glance he was a person most ghouls with a brain would detest and avoid, but you, grew curious. How a man with such an acid like tongue and short build grasped your attention, was something you still pondered on in your confinement. But as the saying "curiosity killed the cat," goes, your inquisitive ways were your demise when he finally caught your snooping and captured you without a second thought.
Why he didn't kill you on the sight, was something else you couldn't manage to come to terms with. If you could kill a ghoul like yourself nowadays, you would take that chance if you
Levi X Reader: I'm not drunk“Oh, [Name], just the person I needed to see!” Hange called to you after you had your meal with the others.
Your first thought was that the squad leader ran out of people to talk to about titan’s (probably because everyone did run away), and you recoiled at the thought. You were already a victim of one of her “discussions” already having spent a whole night until dawn listening to her prattle. You weren’t eager to repeat the experience too soon. As she got closer, you were ready to prepare an excuse if it came to it.
“Y-yes, what is it?” you asked warily.
“I just have a tiny little problem,” Hange said, rubbing the back of her neck in embarrassment.
Oh, did you just notice? You thought but kept it to yourself.
Hange looked at your face and noticing no reaction, her face contracted into that of concern.
“What’s the problem then, squad leader? I can’t assist you in… whatever it is y
[Jake x Reader]
The twinkling lights reflected off his glasses as he stared up at the sky. A melancholy air had surrounded the young lad, who brought his green coat closer to his body to maintain some of the warmth that he was without. [Name] had always said that he needed to properly dress for the season since it was Autumn now, but he had an odd reputation to uphold. An adventurer was not an adventurer without a jacket, cargo shorts, and a thin t-shirt. Sometimes it included the hat. But only when the adventure was supposed to be grand.
"I'm not seeing anything," he murmured to himself, adjusting his spot on the blanket that he had laid out. "I don't see how she loves this and calls it peaceful."
"Perhaps you're looking too hard, dear cousin?"
Jake turned his head slightly to see John coming up the hill toward him. "John ol' boy! Lovely to see you again! But what the devil are you doing here?"
"Wondering what the fuck you're doing," the blue-eyed boy answered, as he plopped do
Levi x Witch!Reader - Fall Out of Trees
He had never heard her scream before.
Levi’s eyes pinched shut and for a moment he lost his footing, stumbling between the thick-trunked trees and unkempt bushes. In his ears he could still hear the shrill sound ringing like gunfire. When he looked ahead of himself again he was nearly caught off guard by the vastness of the woods. With a burst of effort, he pushed off hard on his right leg, trying to carry himself farther and faster than he’d ever had a need to do before. His mind reeled in circles, trying to make sense of all that just happened while also struggling to keep him moving in the right direction.
It had all happened so fast. One moment, they were together. So ordinary and common, right beside one another and sitting lazily beneath an oak. He leaned against the trees rough back, she leaned against him, they both looked up between the leaves and to the sky. He couldn’t remember what it was they were talking about, if it had been anything at all. They were b
Promesas (Levi x Reader)Bye Bye
It was nearing autumn. The trees had begun their transition from lively shades of green to yellows, browns, and reds. No longer were the cadets given extra breaks from the excessive heat, but rather more laps to ensure they would not have to endure the chill that seeped through their light jackets. Windows were shut in order for the draft to be kept out instead of open as they had once been to let in the cooling summer breeze. Fireplaces lit up more often, picturesque families gathering around to trade stories before bed, or events of the day. It was the season to bundle up and stay inside, spend time with family and friends.
And yet, this was the season for expeditions. Possible last moments to ever be seen alive again.
This was the season for death. Of pallid cold skin, often stained with the remnants of crimson.
Despite the oncoming symptoms of a harsh winter, tragic endings and bittersweet beginnings, this was the se
Cheater!Dave X Reader
She was strong, and everybody that knew who she was knew that.
She went through such tough times, and never shed a tear.
At least, that’s what everybody thought.
When alone, she would curl up in a ball and cry all her worries and pain away.
But when she was with people around, she would always put up a smile.
A mask to hide the pain.
She though nobody knew that.
But he did.
He would follow her around, asking if she was really okay, which she would always answer with a smile.
He could see in her eyes that she suffered.
When he caught her alone, he would pull her in a warm embrace and whisper in her ear.
‘It’s okay. You can cry, I won’t tell anyone.’
Such simple words said in an expressionless tone, but made the girl’s eyes widen and tear up.
Finally someone noticed.
Every time she felt like crying, he was there.
On her birthday, he gave her a bouquet of Dahlias.
He told her the meaning of them.
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