did the wind sweep you off your feet

Three Gods

I begged the sky to conceal me
Cried at winter winds to sweep me
Off my feet
“Take me up with you!
On soft clouds I want to breathe
The electric air of summer storms.”
But I was left on the cold ground
With an angry god
Hissing winds of refusal at me.

I did not give up and
Walked to the beach
All alone
“Oh most powerful Neptune”
I prayed ; “conceal me in thy
Stormy waves! let me find shelter
In empty shells, in the ancient
Ships you have claimed as your own.”
Still ; from the depths no answer came.

I descended in caves
Most profound and from light
“God of infernal dephts, I pray thee
Is there- is there a place for me
To hide from a world so harsh and
God of grief, take mine away!”
I cried as fire consumed me
And blackened my bones.

Your Situation (Daveed/Reader)

Prompt: Female reader is a stand in (understudy?) for Peggy and Maria, and shows up one day to rehearsal in a low cut shirt and daveed dies forever(Aka really flustered and nervous)

Note: I needed something quick and light between the last chapter of BYY and the second part of the divorce fic. So, that’s how this happened.

Rating: Strong T?

Words: 1328

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Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)
Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)

Song of the Day:
Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me) by Train

But tell me, did the wind sweep you off your feet?
Did you finally get the chance to dance along the light of day
and head back to the Milky Way?
And tell me, did Venus blow your mind?
Was it everything you wanted to find?
And did you miss me while you were looking for yourself out there?

This came on the radio this morning and if I could’ve kissed the DJ, I would have. 

"Imagine Sam, Dean, and Cas overhearing you singing when you thought no one else was around." One Shot

Author: UpTheEucalyptusTree

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Warnings: none


Attention: Listen to ’Drops of Jupiter’ by Train, the song the reader in the story is singing

The steam fogged up the bathroom as you ran your hands through your wet hair. Falling water droplets kissed your skin with slight pressure, relaxing your aching muscles after a long day. You inhaled the moist air and sighed. Showers were really the best.

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