“And I know that this life is the only real form of happiness, But sometimes in its midst I can hear the dense, stifled sob Of the unreal one we might have known, and when that ends And my eyes are filled with tears, time seems to have stopped And we are alone in the park where it is almost twenty years ago And the future is still an immense, open dream. ”—John Koethe, from “In the Park”
M!A open rp
Sherlock sat under a tree half out of site of the rest of the park watching people as they passed by. He could tell their life story with a glance, but they wouldn’t know that because he wouldn’t talk to them. A lady with a dog stopped for a moment and saw him, at which point he blushed furiously and looked away. He hoped she’d disappear by the time he looked up again and she did. He scrunched himself a little bit closer to the tree and continued to people-watch.
In The Park || Amy & Madison
Amy cracked a smile as she stepped out of the house. She hadn’t had much to do besides the daily household chores, what with still waiting for any news from the job applications she sent. She just hoped that she’ll be able to find a stable job soon.
Amy skipped towards the sidewalk and slowly made her towards the park. It was a sunny and beautiful day and she thought that maybe a stroll through the park would unwind her a bit.
When she finally arrived at the park, she found that she wasn’t the only one who thought of going there. There were families having picnics, kids running around, and others who were just simply wandering around there, like her.
She walked slowly as she watched the families sitting on blankets ob the grass. She smiled while watching a man tickle his daughter. She wondered what it would be like to have kids. She knew that Rory loves kids, and it would be nice to have the opportunity to hold a baby again. And this time, have the baby with them and not to be taken by a secret sect that will mold the child into a killing machine that will eventually kill the Doc—
Amy sighed deeply. What’s done is done. Although she was sad that she didn’t really get to rear Melody the way that she wanted to, she was perfectly happy with how she grew up to be.. to be River Song.
Amy walked further when the phone in her hand let out a loud shrill. She let out a whispered curse as the sound took her by surprise. She quickly whipped out her phone just in time to see it flash “Battery empty” and shut down right in front of her eyes.
This time, she let out a louder curse. “Stupid mobiles,” she said out loud to no one and plopped down with a huff on a nearby bench, frowning and crossing her arms indignantly.
aww bb look at us in Australia! lol I can tell it’s me I permanently have a tab of your blog open.
I knowww, we’re so cute! But ugh it reminded me that we’re on opposite sides of the country. Why couldn’t we live in a tiny country so it’s just a couple of hours drive away from each other? We could have weekends together :’(