feel good without him

i’ve had literally 0 inspo but i’ve been really feelin that tomedd vibe ok…

“Just let us do our job.”

“Yeah, this is your job. But him in there, that’s my life!”

Demons & Angels - BTS || masterlist || Fic: My heart wants you dead

Min Yoongi, Demon

“He never let go of her hand. She completed him, made him feel alive, made him feel good. Distracting him from temptations and protecting him without knowing it. Every second away from her felt like dying all over again, it got worse and worse for every time. 

He would lay alone on his bed, thinking about her, worrying about her. Did she eat? What did she eat? Did she like it? Is she thinking of me too?

He was addicting to her. Being apart tore her apart. She loved him with strongest of love, He loved her with even stronger love. But he knew that one day it would all die. Love was powerful, love was the only thing uncontrollable. It was scary, but tempting. His nature would drive her insane beyond his controll, her love for him making her walk straight to her own death and his love being the only thing stopping him from hindering her. 

He wanted her alive, but his heart wanted her dead.

As dead as him, to be able to be with him forever, for their love to be eternal, for their love to not be a trip to death and pain.”

Namjoon | Hoseok | Jimin | Taehyung | Yoongi | Seokjin | Jungkook

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If you had disciplined him, he would resent you for it, but towards me, I don’t believe he feels resentment […] I once thought that to lead men in this world, to be liked was just as good as feared, and that may very well be true. But to be both liked and feared all at once is an entirely different state of being in which, I believe, at this moment, I exist alone

           It is natural for men new to power to assume that it has no limits.
                                                       Trust me. It does.

jadpeanut  asked:

Just a reminder that Howard Ashman, the lyricist and co-writer of the original Beauty and the Beast, is openly gay. He was an amazing writer, even before Disney. He written and co-created Little Shop of Horrors with Alan Menken. I had a feeling the remake wouldn't be as good without him.

He died in 1991 at age 40. He worked on The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin before he died. May he Rest In Peace. His legacy will always be remembered.

He tells himself what’s he’s doing is for the best. He was a villain once upon a time. And villains don’t get happy endings.

He tries to convince his heart that moving on is the right choice. The choice that finally he has. It’s easy that way. He has Liam after so long. Liam and his stubborn attitude and bright smile. How he missed him. After all these centuries they’re finally together. And it feels good. Oh, that feels good.

He tells her that she can be happy without him. She has a family who loves her and who will be with her when he is not here anymore.

He cross the bridge step by step. See the light in the end and he can already feel the breeze in his hair. Traitors tears falls in his face and he knows to not look back, knows what he will see and his heart won’t be able to do what needs to be done.

But he hears the sobs and turns. The woman he loves is there and he can’t bear seeing her crying. He can’t be the reason for her tears.
Maybe villains don’t get happy endings. But he’s not a villain anymore. And even if the happy ending is far away yet, he can’t move on without her.