Guard!EnglandxChild!Reader - Breaking AttentionArthur Kirkland stood against the wall, his spine erect and his shoulders back. His chin was lifted, and the strap of his tall hat wrapped uncomfortably around it. Despite the summer heat and humidity, he was clad in a wool guardsman uniform. Beads of sweat rolled down his face, and he even felt it soak into his undershirt. He was used it, however; this was what he was required to do every day.Guard!EnglandxChild!Reader - Breaking Attention by Ravens-of-Rome
Arthur was a Queen’s Guard currently stationed on the westward side of Buckingham Palace. He didn't know the fellows that accompanied him on his wall, nor did he care to make their acquaintance. He would much rather let his mind wander to his childlike fantasies than associate with his own kind—or really any kind. He was a loner. He wouldn't deny it. But he didn't really mind. It seemed, to him, much less bothersome with no one around.
Arthur heard a voice that caused him to groan internally. A little girl's voice bounced off the wall behind him and into his eardrums. He hated childr
A Paper HeartA Paper Heart by Ravens-of-Rome
I wear not my heart on my sleeve,
As you might see,
I keep it in my chest,
Where it should be.
JeanxReader - Sunburn [AU]JeanxReader - Sunburn [AU] by Ravens-of-Rome
Entering my room, I quickly changed out of my swimwear and into regular clothes while Jean changed in my bathroom. He and I had gone to Marco’s house for a pool party to spend a hot summer day together with all of our friends. Although I was happy I could be with them, the prolonged swimming and exposure to social activity had left me both physically and mentally exhausted. After four hours at Marco’s, I had decided to leave, and since I was Jean’s ride, he had no choice but to come with me.
I glanced at my face in the mirror hanging on my wall and frowned at the pink coloring my cheeks and shoulders. It looked a lot worse than it felt, though; it only stung when I applied pressure.
“Holy hell!” Jean shouted from the bathroom, causing me to jump as I slipped on a pair of denim shorts. Curious, I headed out of my room toward the closed bathroom door.
“Jean?” I said, leaning closer to the door. “You okay in there, buddy?”
I heard him
LevixReader - AlrightLevixReader - Alright by Ravens-of-Rome
Another wave of nausea washed over _____, and she loomed over the toilet as she purged her stomach once again. She gagged quietly, careful not to wake the man in the adjacent room. One hand clenched against the clean bathroom floor while the other held her stomach, as if her torso was going to burst. Beads of sweat rolled down her face by the time she was finished. She sighed heavily. This was the sixth—or was it seventh?—day in a row she had thrown up.
_____’s stomach knotted up again, threatening to jettison what little contents remained in it. Every time she had felt nauseated and vomited, it was early in the morning, before the sun had even risen. She cursed her luck. There was no way. She was a high-ranking member of the Survey Corps. She couldn’t afford it.
Her thoughts abruptly halted when she heard someone stirring in the other room. In a rush of panic, she flushed her vomit down the toilet and shakily got to her feet. Muffled footsteps made their way to
Babies (BertoltxReader) (AM)Babies (BertoltxReader) (AM) by BurritoPrincess
The dining hall was bustling with talk and laughter as your eyes scanned the room. The table you were sitting at was quiet for the most part (other than Sasha smacking her lips loudly as she chewed or the idle chatter coming from a few people on the opposite end of the table). You let out an exasperated sigh and rested your cheek against the palm of your hand. This blew. Every night was the same; same old boring soup and potatoes, same old people in the dining hall, hell, you were all even wearing the same uniform!
Your eyes were half lidded as you continued to gaze in the distance at the table on the other side of the room. You noticed Christa. “Miss perfect” was sitting up straight, her blond hair pulled behind her ears, as she ate her soup carefully, her elbows tucked in. She was always so polite. Her words were always kind, and she always put other people before herself. You could never pull that off. You smirked just at the thought. Christa was always a motherly kind o
Coffee Shop (Bertholdt x Reader) [AU]Coffee Shop (Bertholdt x Reader) [AU] by silverchan1134
A/N: This entire fic will be in Bert's POV. Enjoy! ^ ^
The first rays of sunlight shone through the little gap in the curtains, hitting my eyelids. I slowly cracked my eyes open, and lazily grabbed my phone that was on the bed table. The time read,
Well, looks like its time to wake up and start the day. Rubbing my eyes, I sat up and peeled off the warm blankets off of me. I dragged my feet to the bathroom, taking a quick shower. I glanced at the clothes I had laid out last night; a blue button-up shirt and faded blue jeans, and hastily pulled them on. I exited the small bathroom, and made do with some cereal for breakfast.
I lived in an apartment. It was small, but it was a cozy place to live in, and the rent was a reasonable price. It would get lonely in here sometimes, but I would deal with it and get on with life as I would always do. The l
Levi x Reader - Eight Miles High - [AU]Levi x Reader - Eight Miles High - [AU] by Captain-Fan
Eight Miles High -
Levi x Reader [AU]
A/N: so I thought you guys needed something happy...even though it's short I hope you enjoy!
Levi was sitting next to you, palms clammy and his face even paler than usual. He had already finished going though that joke known as the Sky Mall Magazine and was eager to get a move on with his travel plans.
"When are we finally going to go? We've been sitting here for too damn long. Something better not be wrong." he grumbled, leaning back in his seat.
"Actually, I think they're just making sure everything is safe for takeoff, the captain said that the flight attendants were about to go over the safety procedures and whatnot."
"Tch. Well they better get going quickly. All of this sitting around is killing me."
You were ecstatic to be flying to France with your Fiancé, but having your flight delayed for 5 minutes made one grumpy Levi. You put your hand on his shoulder and kissed him gently in the cheek. He seemed more uptight today than he
That Tall Day Care Guy (Modern AU! Bert x Reader)That Tall Day Care Guy (Modern AU! Bert x Reader) by AznPanda216
“Ah! I’m so late!” I cursed and grabbed my keys. My parents had left me with the responsibility of picking up my little sister from her daycare. I came home an hour ago from school and the whole ordeal had totally slipped my mind.
I was most likely speeding the whole way to the daycare but I really couldn’t care less. My poor baby sister, alone, by herself, waiting for her big sis to come pick her up, was all that occupied my mind. By the time I pulled up at the parking lot, it was empty save for a couple other cars that most likely belonged to the staff.
From what I could remember, my sister’s room was the third door on the right from the entrance. On the door, painted an ugly shade of orange, was a sign that said room 6. I guess this is it. The old door dangerously screeched as I turned the knob, like it was about to pop off the hinges and roll its way down to Neverland. Only two people were left inside, my sister, and a very tall man.
The poor guy was h
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