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Title: Koibito no Ryu Author: paws-bells Genre: Romance/Fantasy/Humor Word Count: 141
Take away the sensation inside Bitter sweet migraine in my head Its like a throbbing tooth ache of the mind I can't take this feeling anymore Green Day- Give me Novacaine She could see them out of the corners of her eyes. Dressed in all their wedding finery, Eric swept his hands over his beautiful bride's face, sweeping away a strand of hair that had fallen into her sapphire blue eyes. She felt the bubble of rage inside of her grow, as she watched Laryssa's eyes twinkle with love at her new husband. Sayuri Genevieve West touched the bubbling flute of champagne to her lips, enjoying the feel of the burning sensation as the liquid swept past her tongue and down her slender throat.
In a manner of speaking, I just want to say, That I could never forget the way, You told me everything, by saying nothing. In a manner of speaking, I don't understand how love in silence becomes reprimand,
This month marks the 70th anniversary of one of our favorite children’s books of all time, the beautiful, contemplative novella The Little Prince . To celebrate the book’s legacy (and to encourage any parents currently dragging their feet to get it for their little ones), we’ve put together a list of 25 essential books that every kid should have on his or her bookshelf growing up. Add your own suggestions to the list (it has potential to be infinite) in the comments. The Little Prince , Antoine de Saint-Exupéry The much beloved classic — gorgeous, insightful, a bit postmodern. And of course, there’s that eternal takeaway: “’Goodbye,’ said the fox.
Epilogue Annabelle stood upon the terrace of Dunlap Court, the country seat of the Morey family. An early spring breeze penetrated her silk gown, but she barely noticed; she was much too happy to concern herself with such things. It was her wedding day. The thought still made her feel slightly giddy.
View from the Top For the yellow M&M "So this is what tall people see," I muttered to myself. Hands on my hips, I surveyed the kitchen from where I stood on a chair pushed up against the counter.
A/N: I know I'm a bit late, but I wrote this for Valentine's. I'm sorry if it feels rushed, because... well, it was. Also, forgive any errors, because I'm a little too lazy (and tired) to proof-read it right now. Anyway, Happy Valentine's, or Single Awareness Day, or whatever it can be called. Please review :)
Blue Eyes I could tell my college life was going to be a real rollercoaster ride. Not a dull moment, nope. After all, it'd be hard to feel bored when you've taken up stalking as a hobby. Oh, don't get me wrong. I wasn't one of those girls you'd see hiding in trees or camping on the lawns or sneaking into houses to steal the boxers of the guys they're 'in love' with.
Author has written 2 stories for Romance, and General. Thursday, May 04, 2006 Hi all.
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Koibito no Ryu Chapter 30 Sarea descended the steps that led down from the castle entrance as quickly as she could, Hoshi and the rest of the direct members of the Ryuhara family not far behind. When the messenger had announced of Tentei's arrival, the small redhead had been thinking of nothing but what she was going to say to him for making her worry for him like that.
" Promise me you'll never leave me. Promise me you'll stay by my side forever, and never leave…" Aeron's words echoed around my head as I woke with a start, my arms feeling slightly cramped from tightly holding onto Gerahd as he cantered towards wherever he was taking me.
Chapter Nine I'd like to say that, after the Tin Man incident, Carson and I were finally 'even' with one another, but this was not the case. He still very much had the upper hand in our metaphysical game of chess – but I had started to realise that I liked the way things worked. Our strange and dysfunctional relationship was actually rather exciting. It was a bit like one of those horror-adventure books I used to love to read when I was younger: "Timmy hears a strange noise coming from the cellar!
- Mopeds Come in Pink - It started with the senior pranks. As if the reigning class of West Ridge High had anything better to do than toy with nearby schools. The ideal target: Magnolia High - only three miles down the road with sluggish night custodians to boot. Too easy. And so the West Ridge football team arrived at school the next morning just after the deed had been done- arms full with empty Vaseline jars and mouths busy with the retelling of the prior night's mischief.
Anybody remember how anxious and thrilled we were in those last months of the 20th century? When we weren't at war and we had a budget surplus and it looked like Al Gore would be president? The prospect of a 21st century filled with new technologies, new art and literature loomed large and bright. But now, as we look back at what was decidedly a shitty decade for an incredible variety of people in an equally incredible variety of ways (evictions/invasions/bombings/etc), it's surprisingly hard to be pessimistic about the books that assessed, satirized, dramatized and distracted us from the events of the past 10 years.