The Princess of NeverlandI was always a kid at heart. Too naïve and too selfish. I let others do the work and simply sat there like a doll, useless. I was too sheltered, too stupid, too you name it. I wasn’t great, never was.The Princess of Neverland by chaosheart13
Of course, my parents pushed me to do good. I tried, I really did. But things slipped up and it would just get worse and worse. I was a failure, I knew it. They didn’t have to nag and rub it in.
I never wanted to become an adult. Jobs, bills, taxes, who would want that? The world, though I saw the good bits, had bad bits too. War, corruption, hatred, all of it existed in this world alongside goodness and love. It was confusing, it was dreadful. Why can’t the good things just hide away from the bad and exist in a wonderland? A fairy land? A Neverland?
I wanted to live in my fairy world. A world of magic and intrigue, a world where I wouldn’t worry about having to become an adult. I wanted to live in this wonderland and act as I always was, selfish and childish,
OkayHe hid, like he always did when he was small and afraid of his mother. He hid under the blanket and the straw that made up his bed and pondered. What was there to life? Why was it always so fickle? Why even, did he bother existing?Okay by chaosheart13
Yesterday he experienced one of the best moments of his life. A kiss, two actually, that were passionate and- well, not full of love exactly but they were passionate and made his heart pound and his mind soar. He wanted it even more, but there was a problem. It was with a guy. Yes, he was homosexual, and the kiss happened at a game where a few people were present. Would the news spread by now, of his sexuality? How would some people react?
He knew his mother and possibly his siblings that were long gone would react horribly. They’d chase him off, kick him out, or worse, kill him. He didn’t know, but maybe family was a bit stronger than wanting to kill your own flesh and blood for being different? He didn’t know. But now that time was long p
She's a Looker“Right, this should be a good place to settle,” Aster huffed, glancing around him. He got out his two pokeballs and tossed them into the air. Out popped two gijinkas he was having a hard time calling his Pokemon. Because really, they can’t be human right? Well whatever, he’ll just have to deal with it. “Alright, we’ll camp out here for lunch and a little training,” he announced to his team, who nodded in understanding. The young man went over to his backpack and frowned. “Ugh, running low on food. Screw Pokemon food, even if we have plenty of that,” he muttered to himself while sorting out the items. …Maybe he needed a bigger pack. But. Effort. …Maybe these gijinkas or whatever could help him carry stuff, he didn’t know. Meanwhile, said gijinkas were taking in their surroundings with awe.She's a Looker by chaosheart13
“Eo, have you ever seen anything like this?” Chel asked, “All these crystals, they’re-they’