Just, tell me what you'd do if you woke up in a week, and found a confession from me in your in-boxes that I was actually a boy?
Would you freak out? Would you un-watch me? Would you begin watching me?
I just want to know...
Dragon-BeastSometimes, I forget my place.Dragon-Beast by *PhoenixKaption
I forget that I'm the one who is bad.
I forget my spot.
The outer ring.
The outer circle.
The extra, unneeded link.
Sometimes, I guess I forget.
I forget that she could leave, and not look back once.
I forget that he could walk away, find someone better in a heartbeat.
I forget that they, all my friends, are the only chains around the madness.
When I remember, I am better.
I am quieter.
I am smarter.
Pure: Chap. One: Intro"I'm out of ideas!!!"Pure: Chap. One: Intro by *PhoenixKaption
Peggy picked up the notebook, raising it above her head. Her room-mate, Kassandra, bolted upright in bed, hitting her head on the top bunk.
"Ow," she growled, flopping back.
Peggy gasped, her notebook falling with a thud behind her as she hurried to her friend's side.
"Are you alright?!" she exclaimed, brown eyes glistening.
Kassandra's dark blue eyes opened to look at her.
"I'm fine," she stated, sitting up and hunching over so her head just scraped the upper bunk.
"But, that sounded like it really hurt!"
"But, I'm fine."
"You have a bruise on your forehead! Oh gosh, I'm so stupid! I'll be right back with some ice! Don't move!"
Peggy hustled out of the small room, running into someone right outside the door. She fell back, eyes squeezed shut.
"Oh, I'm so sorry, Peggy."
"Jeez, are you trying to kill my roommate?" Kassandra questioned, appearing beside the fallen girl.
Peggy looked up, spotting Nicholas.
"Oh hi, Nick," she said. "What'
A Tale That Doesn't Make SenseLiam sent a glance at the lithe boy beside Mr. Fond. With whiter-than-blonde hair and icy blue eyes, and the fragile-looking, porcelain skin, he was perfectly suited for being an ice fairy.A Tale That Doesn't Make Sense by *PhoenixKaption
Andrew was a beautiful boy, no doubt. But, he was also the only ice fairy on the continent.
He couldn't be described as girly, though he had been by more then a few people, and he certainly was manly. He was tall and thin, with the body of a dancer.
Then, there were the wings.
Not that Liam was complaining, but-
They made Andrew look like a girl.
Liam knew he couldn't complain, with large monarch butterfly wings. He was a plant fairy, one of the weirder ones.
Liam was shaken out of his thoughts by Andrew's shriek.
"Why would you do that?!" the calm boy exclaimed.
Mr. Fond snorted. Rebecca, a typical earth fairy with brown moth wings, laughed loudly at him.
"What happened?" Liam asked, approaching the group.
It wasn't usual to see Andrew's face bright red. It really contrasted with his li
Story of My LifeI wandered about these full halls. Being alone is never easy, but I can't help but wonder if there is actually a place for me.Story of My Life by *PhoenixKaption
Are there people, right now, waiting for me?
Is there someone out there, telling their friends they have to meet me?
Is there a place where I belong?
With people who care about me?
With people who don't want to hurt me?
With people who don't want to ever see my smile fade?
I'm not sure. If there is a place, a heaven on Earth, where is it?
Away from these people, that's for sure.
I look around. Perhaps, I muse, I could talk to someone here. There has to be at least one person who won't turn me away.
I spot a group of girls, laughing lightheartedly at on of the other's joke. Perhaps, they'll be the group for me. Perhaps, they won't turn me away.
At that moment, one of them points and laughs at me.
So, I am amusing to them.
Well, I'm glad I make people laugh.
I turn away from them. Will I ever find the people who appreciate me? I'm not sure a