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I realized that I didn’t know what else to do.

That’s when I finally understood… There’s nothing left to do.

You’re gone and that has to be okay with me.

—  It’s not though
It’s not fair that you’re still the only person that can make me smile even when I’m so incredibly down. It’s not fair that your voice is the only thing that seems to calm me down when I’m thinking about getting out of town and never seeing this place again. It’s not fair that your eyes locked on mine makes me feel more cared for than my own family does. It’s not fair that you left and found new places to leave pieces of your heart after I let you into my head. It’s not fair that I’m still upset and you seem just fine. It may not be fair but I wouldn’t have it any other way because when I think about you with your eyes still so bright… It makes me happy again. It’s not fair but I hope you’re so unbelievably happy. That’s the only thing that makes this unfairness bearable.
—  It’s not fair that you don’t think about me anymore, but it’s still okay.

Title: sharing is caring

Rating: K+

Summary: As Gajeel stood there frozen stiff, he realized that his idea of a practical joke had backfired.

Word count: 1,637

Warnings: gajevy, future!fic, humor, gajeel being a dad, halloween pranks, sickening fluff

I blame this entirely on the fact that Halloween is coming up. Also I’ve been having a huge Gajevy craving recently and I haven’t written anything for them in forever so…here!! ヽ(゚∀゚)ノ

Gajeel grinned as he dumped the plastic bag of candy wrappers onto the living room floor, snickering to himself as he scooted them around. He placed them strategically all over the floor with relish, imagining the comical look of outrage that his daughter would give him, how she would stomp her feet and glare just like her mom.

Levy, in the kitchen, sighed and shook her head. “Gajeel, that’s a horrible trick to play on her,” she chided as she sipped her coffee.

“Hah?” he snorted at his wife, tossing her a look over his broad shoulder. “C’mon, it’ll be funny as hell.” The iron dragonslayer propped his hands on his pajama-clad hips and surveyed his handiwork with a sense of accomplishment and a nod.

It looked perfectly disheveled…as though someone had stayed up all night eating candy.

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My friends are all telling me to text him. Apparently I haven’t been the same since he left. They say that they just want me to be happy again. They say that we need to be friends again if that’s what I want. They don’t realize though that my intentions aren’t that good. I want him all to myself. I know that’s terrible but I have really missed us. I just don’t like waking up and not being able to call him and ask him to join me on some ridiculous adventure. He was my person. He was the love of my young life. Honestly, keeping it to myself isn’t doing me any good.
—  Counting down the days until I burst

s e v e n  d e v i l s | a cryptid story about angels, demons, other manners of beasties that go bump in the night – and the few unlucky enough to cross paths with them by stephanie rabig

dominick esparza (tyler posey) is the steve irwin of a world where monsters are as natural and unavoidable as bad weather – he truly believes the slavering thing under your bed is just misunderstood, and as worthy of scientific interest as a rare bird. but his boundless enthusiasm is somewhat tempered when he makes a bad call that costs several people their lives.

danielle belasco (amber heard) comes from a long line of people who bag and tag said slavering beasties, and is none too happy to be saddled with a budding supernaturalist.

alexandra yeun (elodie yung) has lived for so long with a dead person’s voice inside her head that she rarely sees the present, living world around her. her baby sister emily (ellen wong) will do anything to get her big sister back – even invite something horrifying into their home.

father samuel rowland (peter eggers) tried to exorcise alexandra’s demons, only for the ceremony to go terribly wrong. now he refuses to abandon the tormented young woman.

travers (idris elba) is a graverobber with taste. he’s as likely to tell you the personal history of a corpse as he is to try and hawk you the rings plucked from its fingers.

william hayward (bruce campbell) was once a hunter like belasco, but has since retired, settled down, and opened a sanctuary for the less unsavory monsters in need of a home.

and tabloid journalist hinata kanai (rinko kikuchi) used to write very tongue-in-cheek stories about bigfoot spies and alien love-children – until she came face-to-face with something with too many teeth and very, very sharp claws. now that she knows there are such creatures in the world, she’s determined to get the full story.