3 part story. What is it like to miss someone you never knew, to grieve over them? Is it possible to make such a mess of your life because of one moment, or is it destiny for some people to be screw-ups? A story about love, regrets and getting it right.
ONESHOT. Drabble-ish. She blinks and he thinks that she may start to cry, but her mouth sets and he knows he is drawing her courage to her, like he sees her do more often than such a beautiful young woman should.
ONESHOT. Sequel to 'Little Things, Little Wishes' & 'Little Mistakes, Little Changes'. He was silent, withdrawn and it scared her more than his yelling ever did. What she never realised was that he still got scared, even now.
ONESHOT. A lot of cussing. "Yeah, I didn't know she'd be this..." "Stubborn? Manly? Strange?" Quietly. "Amazing, Lucky. My daughter's amazing." Kate - a typical farm girl. Lucas - her exasperating neighbour. This can only end in a strange fashion.
ONESHOT. Somehow, it wasn't enough. It was never enough. Why him? He'd never done anything wrong. If he was beautiful, would it make a difference? He knew the answer. Yes. Everything is easy when you're beautiful.
Fiction: Romance - Rated: T - English - Hurt/Comfort/Friendship - Chapters: 1 - Words: 4,259 - Published: 12-21-10 - Complete
Things I've written to get out of a writers block funk I've been having. Is it working? Not really. These are mostly cliche, over dramatic and lame, but there's some good stuff hidden amongst the crap. Read if you'd like a laugh, reviews are not needed.
ONESHOT. M/M. I know, it sounds really stupid and possibly you're even thinking that it's just plain sick, but I love you. I couldn't even think straight when you were right there, talking to me. It was like I was the centre, y'know? Like I was worth it.
Fiction: General - Rated: T - English - Romance/Angst - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,734 - Reviews: 2 - Published: 11-28-10 - Complete
ONESHOT. She's almost at the apartment. She doesn't call it home, won't call it home. Ironically, the saying of "home being where the heart is" ringing true and reverberating in her bones as she tries to push that image of the red ghost from her mind.
ONESHOT. A nanny tells her charge a real love story. Fairy tales don't happen in the modern world and this one is no different. The prince is blind in more ways than one and the girl isn't worth the chase.
M/M. ONESHOT. All of it's just a joke. Funny, he actually feels bad about lying to the fag more so than actually kissing or holding him. He feels strange, like he's not good enough for someone like Tarquin Blake.
ONESHOT. When life gets you down and you feel like you're dying, reverting to bogan language and asking a doctor who's befriended you to shag you senseless daily is really all you can do to save your sanity. Vaginal dryness and sarcasm to be found within.
Fiction: General - Rated: T - English - Humor/Romance - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,052 - Reviews: 4 - Published: 7-15-10 - Complete
TWO-SHOT. A scarred man who has lost all hope. A girl with blue hair. A bartender called Phil. A cat with eyes the colour of scotch. The really beautiful stories happen when you're least expecting them.
Fiction: General - Rated: K - English - Friendship/Romance - Chapters: 2 - Words: 1,072 - Reviews: 1 - Published: 7-13-10 - Complete
ONESHOT. He feels lost in a place he never knew, somewhere foreign and strange, yet familiar too. There are feelings and emotions tied with this apartment, and yet it feels like something is missing. What could possibly be missing?
Fiction: Romance - Rated: T - English - Angst/Romance - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,058 - Published: 5-24-10 - Complete
ONESHOT - Free verse. Implied suicide & violence. I've never seen anything like it. Your lips... blue cold ice. Did you really mean it? This darkness overwhelms me. Lilly, sometimes... sometimes... I drown.
Fiction: Romance - Rated: T - English - Drama/Hurt/Comfort - Chapters: 1 - Words: 450 - Published: 5-23-10 - Complete
ONESHOT. Sequel to 'Little Things, Little Wishes' but can stand alone. He wanted to kiss her on the forehead, a little gesture of how sorry he really was. One of his greatest mistakes was making her feel like she was nothing to him.
ONESHOT. More like a drabble. She wished he would hold her hand, running his fingers over hers like he used to she grew her fingernails especially for him . Wished he wouldn't be so cold to her whenever she smiled at him. Hoped he'd smile back once more.
ONESHOT. Entirely written in dialogue. Logan is the Chairman of his company. Ms. French is just his assistant. A broken engagement leaves Logan alone and desperately wishing for comfort - even if Ms. French is the only one who can give it. Some cussing.
ONESHOT. There goes the girl with the lace in her hair, the one you see every morning, with the golden locks and the sunny smile. She seems old fashioned, one of those girls you want to ask, 'May I have this dance with you'
ONESHOT. Her once shiny black hair is dulled with grease and grime, her once vibrant grey eyes no longer shine with vitality and life and her face, once one of the most beautiful of her people, is broken.
He threw a Tonka Truck at my head and told me I smelt like flowers and he didn't like it. He also made me eat half of his cake at play lunch and put a daisy in my hair when Kelly told me I couldn't play on the swings because my hair wasn't blonde. ONESHOT