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Team Player“Did you have to hit me so hard?”Team Player by Baby-Cougar
“It needed to look convincing, didn't it?”
“Well yes, but still...”
Kashii winced when Adachi's fingers stroked along his brow, fingertips healing the gash across it that she herself had afflicted. Despite obvious injury, Daichi slapped him on the back hard enough to knock him forward with a laugh. Adachi and Daichi had been with Kashii since their genin days, and they were glad to offer him a helping hand at his request.
Trapped in walls of earth, hanging upside down, were a set of genin. Wrapped around the left leg of each hung a sign. “I cannot tell the difference between life and death,” read one. “I don't know how to use elementary jutsu,” read another. “I let my teammates die to save my own skin,” read the third.
“You're really a cruel guy, you know that Kash?”
Kashii grinned, twisting his head to look back at his male partner as Adachi taped the last of th
Dragon Keeper - Chapter 1Exceptionally ExtraordinaryDragon Keeper - Chapter 1 by TheWritingDragon
Enter a world of dragons, fairies, and adventures!
There's only one way to learn something, and this is to be taught. Natasha is young, but she longs for adventure, and finding it in her home won't do. She gets the chance, however, to see the world at large. After a short while, her best friend Garnet suddenly leaves their home in the Diamond Stone Abbey, and Natasha is impelled by nature to follow, and it changes her life forever. Now, many things are taught to Natasha and Garnet as they find precious life that has long-since been supposedly gone forever. This life is gravely threatened, and its existence itself is hanging by a thread. But will it change Natasha's view on things, or will she stubbornly believe that all this sudden good luck is only a dream? Will she remain strong when new lives need her more than she knows?
Natural WomanNatural WomanNatural Woman by chromeantennae
Don’t listen to him, honey,
You’re beautiful, always, and that is the truth.
Drop the blush brush and focus on the auricular,
You don’t need makeup, these marks that adorn you,
Represent wisdom and represent your youth,
Every crevice and scar,
Shows the pain, your fight, and parts of your heart,
And your personality shows you were raised by a king and queen,
Understanding you’re a princess;
Understanding only royalty is worthy of your presence,
These little lines around your mouth show your brother was a jester;
The hair that covers your head,
Those hairs curled into inquisitive, bouncing question marks,
Quiz and question my every word to find if what I say is what I actually believe to be the truth,
And to answer your question as you look at me with an incredulous expression,
Eyebrows furrowed, forehead cutely wrinkled and your nose beautifully crinkled;
Yes, I believe these words to be the truth because you’re perfect w
LonelinessI sit here in my usual place and watch them. I examine them carefully, dissecting them with my eyes. This is a delicate science after all, one mistaken judgement and all of my observations would be redundant. A lifetime of work annihilated by a few brief words and a sliver of misplaced belief. People constantly underestimate those factors, especially when they talk to others, they then seem to be suprised when their own occasionally thoughtless actions and phrases backfire and swiftly sting them with the poison of a venomous snake. I must learn to understand these behaviours if I want to master my conversational skills and how to interact appropriately with people. I do not want to make any mistakes, I must avoid that at all costs because I do not want to have to start my research again.Loneliness by purple-calligraphy
The hard, wooden bench beneath me is not comfortable whatsoever; my legs fell asleep a long time ago, yet the rest of me is completely alert and awake. I remain motionless, disconnected from the vibran
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