Bad Dreams She's used to running. How far will they go to get her back?
Fiction: General, K+, English, Friendship & Romance, words: 375, 6/3/2017
1 You Said I Cut You Open A letter I can't send.
Fiction: General, T, English, Poetry & Tragedy, words: 822, favs: 3, 7/5/2015
Space I need to stay the way I am, because I have things to lose and things I've lost, and you will never belong there, because it would hurt and feel wrong and ruin how the sun sets and how the seas rise, so I can't stay, even if you woke up and asked me to.
Fiction: Fantasy, K+, English, Fantasy & Adventure, words: 346, 3/17/2014
1 Selfishly Loving you is painful. Needing you is hard. It's times like these, with my ear to your chest, and my heart trying to match your beat I can almost believe you're all mine.
Poetry: Love, K+, English, Romance & Angst, words: 71, follows: 1, 7/7/2013
1Kisses, Skirts and Shaving Cream I am, by all rights and for all intents and purposes, a teenager. And I'm going to write about it. Let's keep this an interactive thing, so r&r, maybe? Rated T for my language, and if it gets to that, subject matter. Who am I kidding? Of course 'subject matter', this is about Teens!
Fiction: Humor, T, English, Humor & Angst, words: 441, 6/3/2013
Burning The Sky Lace and pearls are the memory. The pavement is an echo. They are everyone else's here and now, but glass and blood and salt and gone- everything going gone- this is my reality, bridged by sparks and smoke and rushing pain.
Fiction: Young Adult, T, English, Angst & Mystery, words: 220, 4/23/2013
1Like a Sparks Film » I was falling. Down, down, on my knees, all alone, calling a name that for once in my entire, whole, empty, deliriously happy, pathetic, amazing, painful, perfect, hopeless and made-up life, belonged to someone who couldn't hear me.
Fiction: Young Adult, T, English, Hurt/Comfort & Angst, chapters: 2, words: 1k+, updated: 4/10/2013 published: 4/5/2013
3Pendulum Evan Cole's life has a routine. He's bored, comfortable, and used to it. But strangers come and kick their way into his and Touchstone High's curriculum. He's always been reasonable, but somehow he winds up questioning everything around him, his life, his friends, and his identity. Rating may change. Follow and review if you want to-it'd be greatly appreciated! Please and thanks.
Fiction: Fantasy, K+, English, Fantasy, words: 1k+, follows: 2, 1/7/2013