Name: Bash & Mary - I Gave You All
Song: Mumford And Sons - I Gave You All
Name: Bash & Mary - I Gave You All
You let me know if this hurts…
LITERALLY EVERY FANDOM IS BEGGIN FOR THEIR WHITE GUY PROTAGONIST TO BE A SECRET BISEXUAL AND THE ONE SHOW WHERE NO ONE ASKED FOR IT WAS LIKE ”HERE’S KEVIN SPACEY KISSIN DUDES” the white guy bisexual of our time sorry about dean winchester’s heterosexuality y’all~ i love bi frank so much i do i doooooo
all work and no fire makes derek a dull boy
He never thought Derek would be so gentle.
Derek has always been rough edges, or at least it seemed— broken, jagged pieces of glass too dangerous to get near. But glass is ultimately the perfect metaphor, because Derek is fragile. He falls asleep to Stiles’ voice chatting over the phone, brings Stiles coffee because he knows he’s studying, and tears up when they watch sad movies. He always asks if Stiles is okay with what he’s doing when they have sex, and holds him close afterwards, carding his fingers through his hair with a look on his face that scares Stiles— frightens him because no one has ever looked at him like that and he wonders if that’s the same look on his face when he gazes at Derek. He wonders if he’s that fragile, too. He wonders if he’s capable of breaking Derek.
Sometimes Derek tries to hide it, like the sharp, glistening edges of glass ward away touch. He masks fear under dry humor and sadness under anger. He won’t admit that Scott’s brotherly friendship with him means the world to him, that the Sheriff’s acceptance of his character is so important, or that he’s making tentative steps towards friendship with the Argents. He won’t say that he misses his family, or that he’s still guilty about Boyd and Erica. He won’t tell Stiles he’s terrified of screwing things up with their relationship, but Stiles can see it reflected back in those small, simple, affectionate actions that Derek doesn’t think twice about performing. He can see the cracks that haven’t broken away yet, and wonders about them— wonders if there’s a way to fix it all.
All he knows is that he’d suffer every cut, every splinter digging into his skin, every painstaking hour piecing things back together to make it happen.
"Imagine a piece of writing that reveals to your mind’s eye hidden truths that are so overwhelming that the reader is driven to despair and insanity. We only have a few hints to the contents of this work since those who have been fully exposed to it are never again in any condition to share with us the terrible knowledge that they have gleaned from the experience. This book is so dangerous that all copies of the French translation were seized by the French Authorities and destroyed. Would you yourself attempt to read it if given the opportunity? For you see, that which is forbidden to us also creates the greatest temptation. Many have done just so and all of them have paid a high price for the privilege.
And in this case, the high price of gaining this knowledge is our doom.
The King in Yellow is a collection of short stories by Robert W. Chambers that was first published back in 1895. The first 4 stories of this collection deal with the titular King in Yellow, a fictitious play that supposedly drive mad those who read it’s 2nd Act. Not only is King in Yellow the title, he is also a mysterious figure that appears in this play. The three interconnecting themes in these first four stories are the play itself, the King and the so called Yellow Sign that seems to represent both the King and those loyal to him.
These stories hinge upon the conceit that this play is real and that a few copies are still in existence and that seemingly supernatural forces, some how related tot he play, are at large in our world.
These four stories are…
- The Repairer of Reputations,
- The Mask,
- In the Court of the Dragon
- The Yellow sign.
- See more at: weirdtalesmagazine
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