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Winter Change Chapter 11 (Jack Frost X Reader)You had a hard time falling asleep that night. You were used to Jack being next to you at night and missed the feeling of security of someone else there.
In the morning, you tried to pass the time by making the guardians' presents. Each of them would be getting a small ice sculpture that represented them: Bunnymund would get an egg, North would get a gingerbread man, Tooth would get a tooth, and Sandy would get his in the shape of the word "Dream". You had something special in mind for Jack.
By the time the evening was rolling around, you became more and more excited to see just what North had planned for the evening. You were wearing a short, light blue dress that had snowflakes on the top that gradually spread out towards the bottom. You had on a pair of cute, white sandals. You left your hair down, knowing that Jack liked it better that way.
Just as you were finishing getting ready, North appeared in the doorway.
"(Y/N), you looked beautiful this evening!" North said.
Why do you notice me at the wrong times?
Why won't you see me for who I really am?
Enemies Never, Friends ForeverENEMIES NEVER
You left me,
Too many lies
And not wanting to listen.
But you came back,
Found out the truth,
And promised to never leave again.
You stood by my side
And protected me from others.
You have kept your word and keep my friendship...
AbandonedWhat did I do that would cause you to treat me like this?
Like a piece of trash you found on the sidewalk?
Why didn't I matter?
You left me with nothing
But an unimportant, tossed aside, shattered friendship.
You left me on the sidelines
Struggling to keep up.
You left me in the wake
Trying to stay above the water.
You left me with false hope
Growing ever so slightly.
You left me with a smile
But a flawed look in your eyes.
You left me all alone
With no one to walk back to.
You left me broken,
Knowing no one would come
And fix what was left of
A crushed, splintered heart.
But you left me with something else, though.
Ambition for the future,
Guidance towards a better life,
And knowledge of what a true friendship should look like.
You think are a joke.
Maybe it hurts on the inside.
Maybe I actually hurt from those words that are said,
That are thrown against me.
My walls are slowly breaking...
Because of the insults you hurl at them.
Even though they might seem harmless
They hurt more than you imagine.
Someday I'll get blown away,
Blown away from the threats, the mockery, the lies
And into the night sky
Where no one will ever see me again...
Then you'll actually think of what you did.
Winter Change Chapter 10 (Jack Frost X Reader)When you reached the house, you let go of Jack and walked inside. You started walking up the stairs and across the hallway towards your bedroom. You entered your bedroom with Jack right behind you. You went under your bed and pulled out a poster board. It was the shade of blue like Jack's eyes. You slowly unraveled it and taped it to the wall.
"Watch this," you said and faced the poster board. You closed your eyes and concentrated on the image in your head. Slowly, frost began to form on the poster. It swirled and spun into the outline of a head. You concentrated even harder, and a face started to appear inside the outline of the head. It took on the form of Jack's face, his bright blue eyes staring back at you from the poster, his soft lips forming in his delicate smile. The four other guardians appeared in the corners of the poster but not as big as Jack was. It was the first time you had tried to do this with the frost, and it turned out even more beautiful t
Confessions Chapter 3 (Percy Jackson X Reader)The air was cooler than it had been, and you silently shivered. You and Percy were walking along the edge of the riverbank, occasionally grabbing a stone and skipping it across the water’s surface. The sun was just beginning to set and beautiful shades of yellows, oranges, and reds danced along the sky. The moon was just starting to make its appearance, and a couple of stars shone through already. You were a fair distance away from the others back at the camp, but you hadn’t let the safety of the campground yet.
“The sky sure is beautiful this time of day,” you said, breaking the silence between the two of you.
“Yeah. Sometimes me and my mom would sit on the fire escape outside our apartment and watch the sun set,” he said. You could tell just by his voice that he missed his mom. You had always wanted to know what it felt like to have someone like that love you and care for you so that you could, in turn, love them back.
“That must have b
Nine TimesI saw him nine times.
The first time we were both sitting in the room together, getting ready to take the math test that would determine our placement. I was scatterbrained and throwing things around, trying to find the pencils that I had known I would need but had still just tossed in my purse. He was lounging backwards in his chair, looking for all the world as though he didn’t have a single care in the world, including the upcoming test. It annoyed me, that I was frantic and ready to scream, while someone else could be that relaxed.
I tested out of the class.
I don’t know if he did.
The second time I saw him, it was a few months after I arrived on campus. He was the one rushing and frantic this time, running across the square. He was probably late for class, though I had no way of knowing for sure. I was already lost in my own thoughts and ideas, deciding on my major and convincing people that yes, this is what I really want to do with my life. If they weren
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