You are a ritual.
Your breath is the air of knowing.
Your body grounding earth.
Your spirit the fire of intention.
Your blood the ebb and flow of deep waters emotion.
You are a ritual.
Never forget you are magic made flesh blood and whole
And sacred spells are written in your soul.
On its own, Ni is a very extreme function. It’s so easy to get lost within Ni if one isn’t careful because it’s such an interesting world. Insights are anywhere and everywhere to analyze. Anything and everything can strike your fancy and you can spend hours trying to unravel a single intuition. It’s like a never ending maze of twists and turns without any dead ends. And that’s where the danger lies. Without any dead ends, how do you know when to stop? How long will you keep walking into an endless void of truths before you lose yourself in it? After all, when everything is a concept and interpretation, what is real?
Crest is on his left side
Cloak color is Scarlet ▪
The library is his
No one is allowed in their
Except him and mark when he needs company
He claimed it when he was around five
As a joke that became reality
▪ The smell
The adventures your mind goes on
The roller coaster of emotions
Has cried many a time because of a story
Will absolutely never admit that to anyone
Only Mark knows
Mark, thankfully enough, doesn’t tease him about it
▪ As he sometimes shares his reading time with him
The whole “Prince” thing barely crosses his mind
His crown is collecting dust in his room
Along with everything else
Sleeps in the library
His parents are positive that they have 17 children
▪ Only ever see 16
Always late to balls
▪ A peaceful soul with the inability to speak right
‘You read so many books, but you can’t be charming with words, without making a girl cry. How?’ - Ten
‘My mouth doesn’t form nice words.’ - Him
▪ Smiles every time he finds a book about nature
Collects them for Renjun
Knows how much his older brother enjoys them
Has books about war for Taeil
Space for Mark
▪ Romance for Johnny because he’s a softie
Often slips into town for new ones
He just really loves to r e a d okay?
▪ Does not like being yelled at
If they are ever yelled at
Him and Renjun are the first with tears in their eyes
Renjun because he generally doesn’t do anything wrong
Haechan because he just can’t stand when people raise their voices directed at him in any way
Takes shelter in Doyoung’s room while he is away
- Love life -
All the words in the books that he could never say came rushing to him when he saw you
▪ He saw right past your light lavender dress
▪ Almost into your soul, and mumbled
‘I’m going to marry her.’
You are a princess
A somewhat snappy one
You’re nice but know how to stand your ground
You love to watch him read
▪ You’ve taken occupants of his room in the Palace once married
When older o b v i o u s l y
Adored by the others
You don’t stand for their teasing though
▪ You two hide away in his Kingdom of books
Not to be heard from for days at a time
▪ All he really needs is a good book
And you in his arms
There’s your happy ending
So this is a little thing I started writing with void Stiles, because who doesn’t want a void Stiles? I might write a part two, but I wanna see if you guys would want one before I post it, as I’m hoping you will. Anyway, enjoy x
“I’ve been waiting for you.“
His voice sent shivers down your spine.
Don’t let him get to you. Confident remember? You’re not scared of him. You’re not scared of anything.
"What do you want me to do? Thank you for getting me out of Eichen House?"
You watched as his lips turned up at the corners, those dark eyes glinting with mischief.
"How’d you know it was me?"
"Well, who else kills about ten guards, innocent guards might I add, to let someone like me escape?"
He took a step towards you.
Do not step back. For the love of God, do not step back.
You stood your ground, knowing he was waiting for you to slip up. Waiting for you to run. Waiting for you to crack.
"Why? Why’d you do it?"
He took another step forward. You felt your heart rate quicken, knowing he did too. You two had a connection, something you couldn’t quite explain.
It was nothing to do with the host he had chosen. Stiles was just a boy. You’d seen him around Eichen House, sensed something in him, followed him to the basement, watched as he gave himself up for some girl.
Ugh, love. A perfect waste of time. And just look where it had gotten Stiles. Possessed by him. You could hear him screaming to get out. And part of you enjoyed it.
You shivered involuntarily as the nogitsune took hold of your wrist, tracing the unusual birthmark you had. The one that had alerted you to the presence of supernatural creatures in the first place.
Self. That was what he’d told you it meant the day you’d first met. He’d laughed at the pure irony of it. Of course back then, there was a different host. You preferred the one he currently had.
You weren’t going to lie. Stiles was an attractive teenage boy.
"I need your help."
Your eyes locked with each other’s as he pulled you to him.
By now, your noses were brushing against each other, his lips hovering over yours.
"I need you to help me win."
You felt yourself grin.
He needed you.
You decided to play with him. After all, he liked his games. He especially liked playing them with you.
"Why? Are you actually losing for once?"
He snarled, a sound that should have terrified you, knowing he could kill you in a instant. Instead, it sent shockwaves through your body, making him smile.
"I just need a little bit more strife. A little more pain. A little more chaos. Something I know you are very good at."
You raised an eyebrow at him. It was true, you specialised in those things. It was why they sent you to Eichen House in the first place.
You still remembered everything you’d done. The heat of the flames. The blood coating your hands. The screams of the people you’d slaughtered.
"What’s in it for me?"
"It’s unwise to question me sweetheart. Sure you don’t want to end up dead?"
"You won’t kill me. You need me."
"You’re right. I do need you. You help me win, and I’ll make sure no-one looks for you when they realise you’re missing. And people are going to come looking. After all, you did murder a lot of people. Good job with that by the way."
You smiled at him. You shouldn’t have felt a sense of pride, you shouldn’t have felt good about the fact that he appreciated you. But you did. And that couldn’t be helped.
"So, do we have a deal?"
You nodded slowly, watching as his eyes flickered to your lips.
In one quick movement, his lips had captured yours, his hands sliding up your arms to your neck, squeezing slightly when he reached your throat.
You gasped for breath, him taking the opportunity to slide his tongue into your mouth, quickly taking dominance as he always did. Your hands moved under his, under Stiles’, t-shirt, feeling the ice-cold skin that you craved against yours.
Damn, stupid fox-spirits.
He removed his lips from yours, and latched his teeth onto your neck, the sensation enough to send you into overdrive.
And then he stopped.
He grabbed you by your shoulders, looking straight into your eyes.
"There are people coming. Go."
"But I thought you needed me."
He smirked, resurfacing unresolved feelings.
"I do. But we’re going to keep you a secret for now."
"Just another trick right?"
"Exactly. Now go."
You ran, hiding as you watched a man walk into the loft.
The nogitsune smirked at you, before he faced the sheriff. He was the performer and you were his audience.
You watched as he pretended to be Stiles, broke the handcuffs the sheriff used on him.
You watched as he tackled a werewolf to the ground, slamming him against a wall.
You watched as he stretched the brunette's taser, rendering it useless.
Stupid, idiotic do-gooders. They were all going to die.
Then the other man there pointed a gun at his head. The sheriff yelling at Argent, the nogitsune tricking them all.
You smiled at the thought of him winning.
And then the Oni showed.
But your worry didn’t last for long. Before you knew it, he had appeared beside you.
“They’re going to die."
"Well, that is the plan. Tell me, do you approve?"
You turned to face him, using your fingers to draw patterns on his chest.
"Very much so."
He began to walk away.
"Are you coming with me or not?"
"I guess so,” you began to follow him.
“Good. We have business to discuss."
You walked in silence, before you piped up.
"Why are there handcuffs in your pocket?"
"Well, the sheriff has loads. He won’t miss one pair."
It’s hard to find the balance between being forgiving and standing your ground. Know that sometimes you won’t find the right balance. But you will learn and when you do, you will have both a fierce and forgiving heart in one.
A/N: Okay, so this was a request from @joeidevivre I could see something like this when I watched it too, just didn’t think to write one. So thanks for requesting, it definitely pushed me to write it. It also gave me an idea for another series seeing as my other series might be coming to a close soon. 😢 And I know I know, “why is the reader a writer again?” Well- that’s my passion and what I know. (I’m sorry 😐) Anyway, enjoy. I’d love to get some feedback so I know if it’s a series worth pursuing. X
“This way, everybody.” The tour guide called, holding up a hand to make sure you could all see him as he led his group off the bus and towards the Dolby Theater. “Let’s keep it moving, we’re on a tight schedule.” He reminded the group for what felt like the hundredth time.
“The Dolby Theater!” Iris, your best friend who was visiting from the UK and the reason you were on a tour in your city, squealed. “This is where they hold the Oscars,” she nudged your arm with her elbow and you nodded, mocking her with fake excitement. “I’m glad you’re excited,” she teased, trying not to laugh.
Your best friend knew you’d much rather be at home working on your script than on a bus tour with her; a script that was hopefully going to one day take you inside the Dolby Theater as an honored nominee. You’d always been passionate about writing as a child, but it wasn’t until you turned twenty that you decided you wanted to pursue it as a career. For the past three years, you’d been studying film and media with a major in directing and screen writing. You’d recently graduated with an opportunity of a lifetime thanks to your professor who saw great potential in you; she got you a meeting with Paramount Pictures. So yeah, you’d much rather be at home working on a script that was possibly going to make or break your future.
“I have a lot riding on that script, Iris,” you reminded her.
“I know, Y/N,” she looped her arm with yours. “But you’re also stressed beyond recognition. You need a break, you’re going to burn out your brain before you even finish that script. You’ve still got another six months, you can afford one day off.” You sighed, but said nothing because she was right. “Plus- you should really get to know your home ground.”
“I know my home ground, I’ve been living in Los Angeles for as long as I can remember.”
“I meant the Dolby Theater,” she corrected you, smiling. “You’re going to be here a lot once Paramount and Hollywood sees how freaking talented you are.” A smile creeped onto your face when she said that. “C'mon,” she chuckled, pulling you along to get ahead of the rest of the group. “Let’s go get acquainted with the stage.”
Inside the theater, the stars sat quietly in the dark waiting for your arrival. You’d been so lost in your work that you’d completely forgotten that the Oscars were today and you were about to walk into the event thanks to Jimmy Kimmel’s elaborate plan to surprise unsuspecting tourists, and you- a Los Angeles local.
“Why is it so dark in here?” You asked in a whisper.
“I don’t know,” Iris replied in the same hush tone. “Maybe it’s pa-” The lights came on and hundreds of familiar famous faces smiled at all of you. “Oh my God,” her grip tightened on your arm. “Y/N!” Your breath hitched in your throat when you realized where you were. “We’re at the Oscars! We’re at the freaking Oscars!”
“I’m going to buy you all the ice-cream in the world after this,” you told her.
“Hello!” Jimmy Kimmel smiled. “Welcome to the 89th Academy Awards, would you like to come in and meet everyone? C'mon, this way.” He beckoned his head for your group to follow him; you and Iris were third and fourth in line, right behind a lovely couple who told you they were about to get married when you met them earlier. “I’m sure you all know everyone here.”
You felt breathless as you walked past the best actors and actresses in the industry, all the people you hope you’d get to work with one day. You couldn’t believe it, you were actually in front of them and they were smiling at you. You nearly passed out when you saw Octavia Spencer, who was an actress you loved and admired. You felt your heart skip a beat when you saw Denzel Washington and Meryl Streep in the flesh, who were just legends in Hollywood. You got to shake hands with Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone and you thought your knees were going to give way. But nothing compared to what happened next, what happened next had you in another dimension.
“Hi there,” Jimmy greeted you, shaking your hand which was undoubtedly clammy. “Are you enjoying yourself?” You nodded, unable to find the words to express your joy as you scanned the vicinity for the actor you wanted to see the most; Chris Evans. “What’s your name?”
“Y/N,” you told him, shifting your gaze back to Jimmy so you didn’t appear rude. “I’m so starstruck right now, thank you so much for this opportunity.” You knew it was because of him as he was the host, but you also knew it was thanks to Iris; it was why you promised her all the ice-cream in the world after this. “This is- it’s amazing,” you chuckled breathlessly.
Chris smiled as he watched you interact with Jimmy, you were the one amongst many that captivated him. He didn’t know what it was about you, you were very pretty but- it was more than that. You had this aura about you that enticed him, that made him want to get to know you. It killed him a little that this was where he was seeing you, because there was no way he’d get to approach you like he would be able to at a coffee shop or a bar.
“It is amazing,” Jimmy nodded, smiling. “But I think I can make it even more amazing, who is your favorite actor?” He asked and you choked on your breath. “I saw you scanning the crowd earlier,” he commented and you blushed deeply; you didn’t know you were being that obvious. “Who were you looking for?”
“Chris Evans,” Iris answered for you and Chris heart leapt into his throat when he realized he was your favorite actor. “She is in-love with Chris Evans, she’s seen all his movies and she runs like a Tu-” She cut herself off and pressed her lips together when she saw you shoot her a warning glare.
“Chris?” Jimmy looked over to where he was sitting, in between Scarlett and his sister, Shanna. “Do you want to come up here and give her a hug?” He asked but Chris was already on his feet. “The girl’s in love with you, for crying out loud. Come up here, man.”
“Oh my God,” you whimpered nervously as you watched Chris make his way through the row of seats towards you. “Iris, am I dreaming?” You asked her, squeezing her arm. “There is no way that Chris-” You stopped talking when he stopped in front of you, looking mighty fine in his blue tux. “Hi,” you breathed.
“Hi Y/N,” he flashed his heart fluttering smile, not that you could focus on it because you were so lost on the fact that he remembered your name. “Are you okay?” He chuckled softly, placing a hand on your arm; another whimper escaped your throat. “You look nervous, don’t be. We’re only human,” he told you.
“You’re Captain America,” you blurted out and immediately wanted to slap yourself, but Chris laughed which made you feel better. “I’m such a huge fan, you are just so talented. I loved your work in ‘Before We Go’, I thought your directing was-” Before you could finish what Chris was dying to hear, Jimmy interrupted.
“Sorry, but we have to keep it moving,” Jimmy felt a little bad though he didn’t show it; he could tell there was something going on between you and Chris from the look the both of you had in your eyes. “One hug, Cap, then you gotta let her go.” He teased Chris and Chris felt slight heat in his cheeks whereas your cheeks burned.
“She’s a writer,” Iris told Chris over your shoulder as he wrapped you into his arms for that one hug. “She’s got a contract with Paramount Pictures,” she informed him and he smiled gratefully; that piece of information would make things easier for him to look for you, and he definitely wanted to look for you once he left tonight.
“It was nice meeting you, Y/N,” Chris told you when he pulled away. “Good luck with your contract, I’m sure you’re going to do really well. Just remember to take a step back and breath when you get stressed or nervous, don’t give up, and whatever you’re scared of- push yourself into it. It’s what I tell myself every time I start a new job.”
“Thank you,” you smiled. “That’s really good advice.”
“Okay, let’s go.” Jimmy ushered you, Iris, and the rest of the group along.
You looked back and smiled at Chris who couldn’t take his eyes off you; he smiled back then winced when he realized he didn’t get your last name or got to tell you that if you ever needed a director, he was available. But he smiled anyway as he made his way back to his seat because he knew what you looked like, he had your first name, and he knew you were a writer who had a contract with Paramount. Those were enough details to find you, and if it weren’t- he could always turn to the internet for help; there was no way his sweet interaction with you wasn’t going to circulate the web after tonight. Either way, he was ready to find you.
Oh man this took so long to write haha! I’m pretty proud of this one I hope everyone enjoys it! And if you do please send me some messages I love hearing from you guys! It makes me super happy and motivated to write! Part 2 will come shortly :)
Was I mad? Not really. Deep down no one makes people like us
Today was the day my parents, also known as the King and Queen
of Goguryeo, sent me away to Silla. Their plans were to marry me off to the
faceless King of Silla but regardless of their intentions I knew that in the
end if I were to say no my wishes would be made. So I took this opportunity as
a get away from the palace and have an amazing adventure with my closest
keeper, Seok Hyeon. But we shall call him Seyeo for short!
“Are you seriously wearing that?” The annoying voice I hear
too much on the daily basis rings out. “Seyeo, you’re annoying.” “And you only ever wear black. You aren’t
attending a funeral, you will be meeting your potential suitor.” I roll my
eyes, “Of course I know that, why else would mom give me this huge stack of etiquette
scrolls?” I ask gesturing towards the enormous pile dominating the corner of my
room. “Maybe to fix your manliness.” I cross my arms with a raised brow at him,
“I will have your head.” “There you go again with your empty threats, hurry we
need to leave soon Princess (Y/n).” “Understood, and don’t call me that. You
know I hate it,” I sigh strapping a sword onto my hip while passing an
identical one to Seyeo. “Her majesty won’t let you carry both swords?” He
laughs strapping it beside his own sword, “Nope, apparently dual wielding would
scare away the potential men.” Seyeo barks out the loudest laugh and I found
myself joining along with him just as loud. We walked out of the palace to see
a large group of men and a carriage set up for my long trip to Silla and I
shook my head. I turned around to see my parents standing off on the side a
waiting to say their parting words with me. “The trip to Silla is a long one,
take care (Y/n),” father pats my head affectionately before my mother embraces
me and chimes in a “Remember to behave!” I nod with a smile, “I will return
soon, make sure to take care of my people while I am away.” “(Y/n) that’s no
way to talk to your parents, you talk as if you are already in charge of
Goguryeo! But yes they will be in good hands,” mother sighs but I didn’t miss
the small smile that graces her features at my assertiveness. “I love you, and
I won’t be taking anyone with me besides Seok Hyeon,” I say before bowing and
walking towards Seyeo who stood beside two horses. I gently caress the soft
cheeks of my onyx hair coat horse before jumping onto his back to set off to
the Kingdom of Silla, but not before looking back and smiling at my parents and
all the dumbfounded knights of the palace who were supposed to assist me on my
The ride to the capital of Silla was not quiet. I’m not sure
if mother gave an order to Seyeo but he tested me on mannerisms throughout the
entire ride. “Before eating what do you say?” I sigh closing my eyes, “I don’t
have plans marrying that stuck up King. He doesn’t even care enough to show his
face to his people! I would never wish to marry someone like that. Besides he
might be a really gross old man!” I dramatically fake gag causing Seyeo to
laugh. “He shouldn’t be too much older than you (Y/n). And try to hold that
tongue of yours when we enter Silla,” he says casually but I could hear the
warning in his tone. I ignored his comment and shortly the view of the tall
stonewalls of the capital came into view.
The gates open as we approached. Whispers and chattering
filled up the streets as we continued our way towards the palace. I only
stopped when I saw a rice cake vendor amidst the crowd of people. “Seyeo! Rice
cake!” I exclaim looking up at him beside me and he shook his head, “I’ll get
some for you later, look ahead the other Princess is here already. We should head
to the palace immediately.” I follow his line of vision and I see an elegant
carriage being carried on the shoulders of a bunch of middle aged men, how
distasteful I thought. “I want four,” I say which Seyeo nods to and I followed
his suggestion obediently. We approached the palace while tailing the carriage.
The Princess gets out and walked towards the guards who automatically opened
the gate for her. Following her actions I hop off my horse and tied the reign
onto Seyeo’s horse and made my way towards the gatekeeper. “State your
business.” I raise my brow confused, “I’m (Y/n).” He gives me a blank look and
I accidently scoffed, I embarrassedly cleared my throat trying to pass that
rude action as a cough and I smiled, “I’m Princess (Y/n) of Goguryeo.” He
curtly bows, “My apologies, you may enter. However your guard must stay here.”
“Okay!” I smile and waved at Seyeo who stood beside our horses, before he could
open his mouth to protest I gave him the thumbs up and scooted backwards into
the now open gates, “You can go get me my rice cakes while you wait!”
I sucked in a deep breath preparing myself to be on my best
behaviour. I couldn’t embarrass my kingdom, but all hopes ceased to be useless
as I met the Queen of Silla and the Princess from earlier. “Your majesty,” I
greet with a bow before facing to the Princess and doing the same. The Queen
nods, “Princess (Y/n).” I physically constrained myself from yodeling out a
‘That is I!!!’ but thank god I managed and I just forced out a large smile. “I
have lot’s of explaining regarding your stay,” the Queen says, “Let’s go inside
for some tea as I shall inform you both.”
What a bummer. I didn’t even get to meet the King. Not that
I was interested in him or anything, but I thought I would at least see his
face as I have a 50% chance of marrying the guy during this trip. He really
does seem like a stuck up jerk, but I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt and
hope that he just has his hands full on other things. What’s interesting though
is that the Queen wanted both me and Princess Sookmyung to stay with the
Hwarang, apparently the kings harem of beautiful men, or knights, I wasn’t
really listening after she mentioned beautiful men. I exited the palace with
the rather quiet Princess to see Seyeo leaning on a nearby tree with a giant
parchment roll stuffed with more than the amount of rice cakes I previously
asked for. I run up to him with grabby hands and he tutted with a shake of his
head, “How was your behaviour?” “At it’s best,” I immediately replied all the
while staring at the fluffy rice cakes. He places the large bundle into my arms
and I grin, “Thank you!”
The gate opened for the Hwarang house and I was beyond
excited to meet the apparently beautiful men. “Please don’t embarrass me,” a
quiet plea leaves Seyeo as he pulls the two horses along while I ran ahead with
rice cakes in my arms. My ears perk up at the sound of music and I couldn’t
help myself from following it. I turn the corner to see all the Hwarang
practicing in front of Wi Hwa, I didn’t want to intrude so I quickly hid behind
a pillar to stay out of sight from the group. Taking a seat on the shaded steps
I unravelled the parchment to see eight rice cakes. I munch onto the sticky
sweet dessert as I watch the Hwarang practice their dance and music. They were
all handsome indeed. I hum amused, “Enjoying the view?” I look up from my
seated position to see Seyeo leaning with crossed arms on the pillar beside me.
Without pausing in eating I pick up another cake and handed it to him, which he
gladly took. Suddenly the music stopped, much to my dismay, as Princess
Sookmyung made her presence known. Wi Hwa introduced her and the large majority
of the men were in awe. I quietly snicker as Princess Sookmyung got quickly
riled up by just a single comment from one of the men inquiring her abilities. Without
being asked again she made her way onto the practice ground, “Princess (Y/n),
care to join?” I looked up at Wi Hwa who spotted me in my crouched position with
stuffed cheeks and I gestured to the cake in my hand. “Don’t you want to join?
Sword fighting is your favourite,” Seyeo asks while squatting to my level, I
nod, “I’m occupied.” “You’re eating.” “Hence, I’m occupied. Besides I want to
see how this goes,” I say before stuffing the entire rice cake into my mouth so
that I could carry the other five to a better viewing spot to watch this thing
What I saw ticked me off. Princess Sookmyung was skilled
indeed but it was unnecessary to ridicule the men by pointing at their throats
with a sword, “Well, something like that.” I shook my head with the rice cake
still in my mouth. Wi Hwa looks at me with a knowing smirk as I place the half
eaten cake into Seyeo’s already awaiting open palm. Seyeo starts to unsheathe
my second sword and I shake my head unsheathing the one on my hip. “I don’t
like people who belittle others,” I say making my way onto the practice
grounds, all the while making eye contact with the Princess. I could hear some
whispers among the men as the Princess faces towards me, anger evident in her
eyes. “Come on,” I smile. She was graceful with her sword, I’ve seen so earlier
but I had the speed and the strength to push people until they couldn’t keep
up. As she tried to thrust the sword to my stomach I sidestepped and using my
own sword I flicked upwards, easily disarming her of her weapon. However, the
Princess didn’t accept defeat as she lunged for her sword. I sigh feeling
slightly bad for what I was about to do. I smacked the hilt of my sword into
the back of her neck causing her to flop onto the dirt ground. “Know your
value, you don’t need to prove to others what it is,” I say while holding out a
hand for her to take. She looks up from
the ground and got up by herself, ignoring my gesture to help. “It’s
embarrassing to get angry over small comments like that. And even more
embarrassing by ridiculing others so that you can feel more superior.” I watch
silently as her facial expression changed from anger to a calmer state as she
walked away. One of the younger Hwarang started clapping with awe plastered
onto his face causing me to laugh at the strange sight. And before I knew it
the entire group started to join, which ultimately made me feel bashful. “That
was excellent, everyone can learn a thing or two from you today Princess (Y/n).
Is there anything advice you will like to share with everyone?” Wi Hwa asks and
I nod. I turn to face all the Hwarang with a giant grin, “Everyone did
wonderful today. I can tell how hard each and every one of you is trying and it
makes watching you all that more exciting so I can’t wait to see you all
perform at the festival. Good luck.” I exclaim with a smile before bowing
causing the others to bow as well, “Oh yes, one more thing. Just call me (Y/n).
No need for formalities, starting from today we are all friends. Dismissed.”
“W-Wait you can’t call dismissal,” Wi Hwa says with a laugh and I waved him
off, “They worked hard enough for the day. The sun is setting they should have
dinner and get some rest.” Before Wi Hwa could reply I grabbed my parchment
full of rice cakes and left the area with Seyeo quickly following behind me
with my half eaten cake in his hand.
From a far I see the group of men chattering away, as I made
eye contact with them they abruptly stopped, so being the person who loves to
make people feel uncomfortable, I approached him. “What are you guys talking
about?” I inquire and I was surprisingly given an answer quickly by the young
Hwarang who started the clapping moments ago, “About you (Y/n)! You are so
awesome!” He exclaimed with widen eyes. “Oh! You are so adorable!” I gush
shoving a rice cake into his open mouth. He smiles with closed eyes while
letting out a muffled, “I’m Han Sung.” I nod and looked at the others awaiting
to learn their names.
After a very draining conversation with the extremely hyper
bunch of men I walked off to the side see a pavilion overlooking the area. I
excitedly climbed up the wooden stairs to see a person already using the space,
“Mind if I join?” The person turned around in their seated position and it
revealed the most handsome man I have ever seen in my (y/age) years of living.
I awkwardly stood there in silence as he gave me a once over with his deep,
very deep eyes, before he nods. I clear my suddenly tight throat and sat beside
him, I could barely use my voice to ask him his name so I decided to do what I
did best, make people feel uncomfortable. I grabbed his hand and placed my last
cake into it. He chuckles quietly, “Thanks.” “Just eat it,” I say and instantly
I cringed at how rude I came across, “I-I mean if you want to.” He chuckles
again before taking a bite and chewing on it as if in deep thought, “It’s quite
funny how cool you were earlier and now you are a shy spluttering mess.” I mock
a dramatically shocked expression causing him to flash me the sweetest smile,
“I don’t even know your name and you are already attacking me.” He smiles
again, but it never ceases to make my heart skip a beat, “It’s Ji Dwi.” “Wow
that’s a really weird name,” I laugh loudly without thinking, “I-I mean, nice
to meet you?” “And you are a weird Princess.” “I would want to say a Princess
with much potential to do something great and different.” He hums thoughtfully
looking into the night’s sky, “I see.” “It’s dark, none of us can see
anything,” I bluntly add and his amazing sounding laugh fills my ears as he
understood my lame joke. “I think I will come to enjoy your company.” I nod
with a smile but it quickly disappeared as fast as it appeared, “So you don’t
enjoy it now?” Ji Dwi reaches out his hand to ruffle my hair gently, “It’s
getting late. I will walk you to your room,” I nod following him down the
stairs. Shortly after a few minutes we made it to the enormous room that I
would be occupying for the time being. I look up at Ji Dwi and gave him a warm
smile, “Thank you, I much appreciate your gesture in walking me to my room.” He
scoffs with a smile while looking diverting his eyes to the side, a cute habit
I noticed that he had, “Why are you suddenly talking like a proper Princess? It
doesn’t suit you.” I raise a brow at him stepping up into his personal space,
“Excuse me, I am a proper Princess!” I huff poking into his chest playfully
causing him to chuckle. “A proper Princess would know how to keep her hands to
herself,” he muses grabbing my wrist into his large soft hands. “Shut up,” I
laugh pulling back my hand but his grip tightened, “Oh, what is that? A
profanity?” Seeing this as a challenge I flick my wrist, slipping out of his
hand which allowed me to quickly grab onto his wrist instead, “Good night~” I
chime swinging his arm side to side before letting go and slipping into the
comfort of my room.
“That took long,” Seyeo states from behind me causing me to
yelp in surprise. “Oh you scared me! What are you doing here?” “I needed to
make sure that you turned to your room before I could peacefully sleep myself,”
he states in a matter of fact tone. I nod with a roll of my eyes, “Well I’m
safe and back will you please leave so that I can sleep?” “Of course, good
Right at peak of dawn I awake to the sound of metal clanking
against one another. I excitedly jump out of bed, throwing on a random (F/c)
hanbok before running out to the practice field. I was genuinely happy to see
Ji Dwi among the men who were up early to get started on training. I walk up to
him and patted his shoulder, causing him to turn around. “Good morning,” I
greet with a smile and he returns a smile himself before adding a, “Good
morning my Princess.” “Oiyah, who said that you can call me such a name?” I
mumble as blood flushes to my cheeks, he flashes me one of his annoying grins.
I butt his shoulder with mine playfully before walking away and taking a seat
on the stairs so that I could observe their sword fighting skills, and perhaps
step in to give them a pointer or two when necessary. Although each and
everyone of the men were skilled I couldn’t take my eyes off of Ji Dwi, even if
I tried to pay attention to Han Sung as he waved at me to watch him, my eyes
would somehow find it’s way back to the tall fair skinned male. “Wow he’s so
handsome~ I want to marry that fine piece of meat~” “AISH!” I yell, smacking
Seyeo’s thigh aggressively, “Will you stop that! Someone might hear!” He hums,
plopping down beside me before handing me a cup of green tea, “What if the king
heard? I wonder if he would be happy to see his potential Queen ogling at one
of his knights hm?” I tut with a shake of my head, “I can’t help but ogle if
I’m surrounded my handsome men, especially that one!” I whisper yell pointing
at Ji Dwi. Much to my surprise he sees my gesture and raises a brow, and
started to make his way towards my seated position. “Oh look, your man is
coming this way,” Seyeo deadpan states but I could feel the amusement oozing
out of his every pore, that evil bastard. “(Y/n) would you like to join me
instead of just staring?” Ji Dwi smirks while holding out his hand for me to
take, I shake my head with hot cheeks, looking anywhere but up into his content
face. “She would love to,” Seyeo cheekily answers on my behalf, my jaw dropped
and before a word of protest could make its way up my throat he unsheathes two
swords for me.
I was never nervous when it came to sword fighting, I was
good at it and I very much knew that. So why was I awkwardly twirling both
swords? I don’t know maybe because the certain man in front of me just makes my
brain turn to mush. “Are you ready?” Ji Dwi asks, taking his ready stance. I
nod, twirling my sword, positioning one in front and one behind me. He flashes
me a smile before lunging forward to take the first strike. As the steel of his
sword clashes with my defense sword the powerful vibration travels up my arm
waking me up from my daze. I flick my wrist to catch his sword under mine
before swinging at him with my free sword. His eyes widen instantly as he slips
his sword from under mine before deflecting the coming attack. While taken
aback from my attack I lunge forward with both swords in unison, many wouldn’t
be able to pull off the perfect defensive on this attack but I was very pleased
when he swung his sword full force from underneath, successfully throwing my
attack off course and into the ground. I tried to be serious but I could help
the wide grin break across my face, he was very impressive. This motivated me
to up my efforts so that I could impress him back. Ji Dwi swings at me and I
easily side step out of the way. I throw one sword out but before he could
connect it with his own I retreat it quickly so that I could pull off a full
forced swing from behind. I see his eyes widen in the split second signalling
his defeat. I grin victoriously rotating the blades to its blunt side before
going through with the swing to smack him gently in the behind. I take a side
back and dipped my head to look up in his flabbergasted expression. I giggle at
his gaping mouth and widened chocolate orbs. Sheathing one sword I offer my now
free hand to him which he gladly takes and shakes firmly, “I’m very impressed
Ji Dwi.” He does his little signature scoff and smirk, “I can say the same for
you. I never seen anyone duel wield like that before.” I shyly scratch my cheek
with my index finger, “T-Thanks…” I grinned as it seemed to be impossible to do
anything else but that around him. The intense staring contest we seemed to
have was put to a halt when I felt a soft pat on my shoulder. Turning around I
see a smiley Han Sung, “Hello Han Sung, what can I do for you?” The man-child
claps his hands excitedly before speaking up, “That was amazing (Y/n)! Can you
please teach me?” I blush happily, “O-Of course! I would love to!” A chorus of
“Me too!” was erupted from the Hwarang and I couldn’t be any happier. I nod
excitedly and bowed, “It would be my honour to aid you all in your practices,
all I ask is for you to try your best!” I throw a fist into the air to hype
them up and they didn’t let me down as they hollered and threw theirs up as
well. I quickly ordered some drills and the men were quick to jump to their partners
to start their new practice. I turn around to see Ji Dwi and flashed him a grin
but what I didn’t expect was his slightly off smile, it didn’t reach his eyes
like it usually did. “What’s wrong?” I ask stepping in front of him to get a
better look at his face, “Did it hurt when I hit your butt?” He chuckles, the
sparkle evident in his chocolate brown eyes once again, “No, It’s just that it
was my idea for you to train with me and now you are helping everyone else.” I
coo reaching a hand out to caress his cheek teasingly, “Why jealous that my
attention is else where?” He rolls his eyes with a smile, “Stop teasing,” he
sighs pushing my hand away. “Can I tell you a secret?” I ask leaning forward
and he curiously lowers his head as well, my smile against the shell of his
ear, “My attention will always be on you. Do you know why? Because you are sooo
annoying!” I giggle pulling away. Looking up at him I felt no regrets teasing
him if that meant that I could witness his pale cheeks flush red.
Later that night I watch the Hwarang turn to their dorms. I
patiently wait until I spot the particular pretty faced male. I quickly run up
to him and grab his arm, all the while dragging him with me to the place where
we first met. He chuckles not even out of breath as I pushed him onto the
bench. “Ji Dwi! Can you tell me a story?” He playfully rolls his eyes, “Are you
a child?” I shrug lowering myself so that I laid my head comfortably in his
lap, “I just want to her your voice as I fall asleep. You can talk about
whatever you like.” I mumble closing my eyes contently as I felt his long
slender fingers run through my long locks. “So there was once this very, very,
very annoying Princess named-” I gasped in mock shock, slapping his chest,
“Hey!” He chuckles with me joining him almost instantly, “Say (Y/n)…what kind
of Queen would you wish to be like one day?” I look up thoughtfully at him from
his lap as he looked down at me warmly. “I hope a good one,” I giggle and he
smiles, “A warm one?” I add and he nods quietly so I continued, “No death
penalties, everyone can enter and leave the Kingdom as they wish.” He hums,
“What if bad people enter?” and I nod, “That’s easy. The strong protect the
weak. I want to become strong so that I can protect everyone with my two
hands.” Ji Dwi chuckles, tucking a long strand of hair behind my ear, “That
does sound like a good Queen.” I nod happily, “I can do that all by myself if I
try hard enough! But it would be nice to rule with a King by my side. A nice
one that shares the same beliefs as me.” A comfortable silence envelops us and
I tilt my head in his lap, reaching out with both hands to cup his cheeks. I
squish his cheeks gently causing his lips to become pouty, “What’s on your
mind?” I inquire and he smiles with his eyes closed, “Nothing.”
After taking up the position in teaching sword fighting I
woke up early each morning to help with the Hwarang’s practice. And honestly it
was the most fun I have ever had in my (Y/a) years of living. However today was
slightly different, Princess Sookmyung observed practice. What I didn’t expect
was for her to call a meeting with Wi Hwa immediately after. “The Hwarang is
nothing but a tool,” she starts. I patiently stood on the side listening to
whatever she had to say but it just got ridiculously annoying. I had trouble
holding my emotions especially regarding those who I cared for so when she
ordered that there will be a life or death battle I was livid. I haven’t been
in the Hwarang house for more than a week but I consider them all friends
already, so I couldn’t keep my mouth shut any further, “The Hwarang are trying
their best in practice and are improving dramatically. There’s no need for such
violent practices.” Princess Sookmyung turned around and stared at me with a
blank gaze, “It’s not in your place to decide what’s good for them or not.”
“And it’s not in your place to tell them to go die,” I shot back immediately
which she scoffed at. “I’m a Princess it’s their job to do as I say.” I take a
deep breath trying my best to contain my anger, but it was evident that I was
angry to everyone in the room seeing that my teeth were gritted, “They are
human and have their own choices to make. I do not care if you are royalty. In
the end when we die don’t we all return to the same soil?” I could tell from my
peripheral that Wi Hwa was genuinely amused by the scene before him, however
Princess Sookmyung was becoming impatient. “It’s not in your place to say,” she
reasons and I cut her off, “Then who says that you have a place then?” Her
nostrils flare at my stubbornness, “It’s not your place to say,” she repeats
and I shake my head. I hated using my title as an excuse but I needed to put an
end to this before the Princess could get her way. “It’s my place to say as I
am Queen of Goguryeo. You, Sookmyung as a Princess have no say. I have been
entrusted with this title before leaving my Kingdom to come here, hence I have
authority over you. The Hwarang will not be fighting to the death against one
another, but working together to build an unbreakable bond.” I huff slightly
out of breath, Princess Sookmyung stares at me with her same blank gaze but
anger was evident under her calm façade. Looking towards Wi Hwa he chuckles,
“You both do not have a say in this matter as I am in charge of the Hwarang. I
will consider the more intensive practice.” Princess Sookmyung looked pleased
for once since I met her a week ago. Closing my eyes, clenching my fist and jaw
to contain my frustration, I wasn’t surprised when even that didn’t help me
calm down. “You are both not human,” I spat running out of the room. I was
furious, I can’t let his happen, how am I supposed to protect a whole Kingdom
of Goguryeo when I can’t even protect a handful of men were right in front of
me? Hot angry tears blur my vision but I didn’t stop running until I bumped
into a hard chest. “Whoa there!” Ji Dwi coos steadying me by holding my arms,
“Hey what’s wrong?” I look up with hot tears still boiling over, “I-I’m sorry I
can’t…” I sob facing the ground in defeat.
He pulls me into his chest tightly and hushes me, rocking me side to
side slightly in hopes to calm me down. “Why are you apologizing my Princess?”
I wrap my arms around his back and tightly hold onto him, allowing his warmth
to seep into my shaking frame, “I’m sorry I can’t protect you.” Ji Dwi nuzzles
his nose into my neck, “I don’t need protecting, silly.” I shake my head
against his toned chest, “You don’t understand.” He nods slowly, “Let’s go back
to your room so you can explain everything to me so that I can understand
okay?” I shake my head, pushing him away, “It’s okay. I’m…I will figure
something out.” Nodding my head as if assuring myself I start towards my room
but Ji Dwi grabs my arm tightly, “Who made you cry? I don’t care who it is…I
will kill whoever did this to you.” I turn around to look into his eyes and his
expression as unwavering, he was dead serious, “You…you shouldn’t say such
things. I don’t want you to get into trouble.” “I don’t care about that! Don’t
you see that all I care about is you? Just tell me what’s wrong or god help
whoever did this to you because I will kill them on the spot!” I open my mouth
but nothing came out. Closing my eyes to collect my thoughts I nod, slipping my
hand into his larger one to quickly pull him along into my room.
Sitting in the middle of my room with Ji Dwi as company
quickly calmed me down to a state where I could at least properly talk.
“Princess Sookmyung insists that the Hwarang were just tools and should be put
into life or death sword fights.” Ji Dwi nods but stays silent for me to vent
everything out, “I can’t allow that. Even though they are knights they are
still very human and their lives shouldn’t be seen as any less valuable than
that of a royalty…I couldn’t even reason with those two. How can I protect my
Kingdom if I can’t even protect my friends much less the person who I truly
cherish…” By the time I got everything off my chest I started to sob again but
luckily Ji Dwi was there to pull me into his lap to comfort me. He rubs my back
with soothing circles to calm down my erratic breathing. “Is that person you
truly cherish me?” He smiles against my temple and it for no reason caused my
tears to burst out a full strength, “It’s not funny! I want to protect the
people I love!” He chuckles lifting my chin up with his thumb and index finger,
“You love me?” he whispers his breath ghosting over my lips. “You just said you
would kill the person who made me cry! Why are you surprised! Anyways you
aren’t seeing the whole picture you are-” I lost all train of thought when a
pair of warm soft lips pressed against mine. I moan taken by surprise at the
turn of events. Ji Dwi’s warm hand cups the back of my head, pulling me deeper
into the kiss. Pulling away for the need of air I look up into his glazed orbs,
it didn’t take me a second longer to dive back in to get another kiss from the
male. Accidently exerting too much force I cause him to topple over, allowing
me to straddle him. I pull back in surprise, “Hehe…sorry…” I giggle, running
my fingers through his long silky onyx locks. “Don’t be sorry, just kiss me
again,” he smirks pulling me down for another kiss. I pull back reluctantly, “I
have a secret.” Ji Dwi nods from underneath me signalling me to continue, “I
hope the King chooses to marry Princess Sookmyung.” He cocks a brow, “And why’s
that?” I grin, “So I can marry you!” Ji Dwi purses his lips, “Is that so? But
I’m nothing but a lowly man with no royal blood what so ever.” I smile cupping
his cheeks in the palm of my hands, “That doesn’t mean anything to me Ji Dwi,
you make me happy. And I know you will make many happy as well. You have a good
heart, a good heart for the perfect King everyone is waiting for.” The reaction
I got from him was extreme confusion, but once a few moments passed complete
glee replaced his unsureness, “I don’t think the King would be too fond to hear
that. I heard rumours that he wishes you marry you (Y/n).” I shrug casually, “I
don’t care. If the King isn’t you, I have no interest what’s so ever.” Ji Dwi
nods contently with the brightest unwavering smile plastered on his face, “Then
I will happily be your King if that means I can see your smile everyday.” I
groan at his words, “I’m very happy and glad…but I’m sorry I can’t help but
worry for the Hwarang.” He hums, “That means you will be a good Queen, worrying
for all. Your heart is in a good place.” I sigh hugging him tightly, “It
doesn’t do any good if just my heart is in the right place.” “That’s true, but
have faith that it will all work out.” “I just want to ensure that no one gets
hurt…especially for no reason.” “Don’t worry, I promise on my life that I will
fix all this. Just sleep peacefully, and when you awake everything will be okay.”
I groggily look into his deep chocolate orbs, “You are tired, please rest with
no troubles in mind.” Heavy eyelids drop and I couldn’t peel them back open,
“Please…stay…” I mumble throwing an arm around his waist in which he chuckles
in response. “As you wish my Princess,” he presses his lips against my temple,
his arms tightly pulling me into his warm body. With the feeling of security I
was able to quickly fall into a deep comfortable sleep.
A/N: As both my other fics, this is written in the middle of the night. This one with a bit of help from @wheresthekillswitch (thank you so much sweetie <3) please tell me if you want to be tagged in the few fics i write :)
Your breath is knocked out of you as you crash to the mats, landing on your back. As Sam is getting ready to make his next move, you realize that there is no way in hell you will be able to jump to your feet before he charges at you, and chooses to instead put up your hands, effectively protecting your face, while considering your options. He leans forward to grab your feet in an attempt to pass your legs, but you are faster than him. Quickly grabbing a hold of his right wrist, you yank him down towards you, rolling to the side just in time before a large thud sounds in the small room as the giant hit the mat covered floor.
Unfortunately the maneuver doesn’t grant you as much time as you thought, Sam throwing himself at you once again almost immediately. He lands with his entire weight on top of you, making it hard for you to breathe as you struggle to push him off of you. In the end, both of you know that your ground game is stronger than his, and had it not been for the weight difference, you would have whooped his ass already. Digging into your mental archive of sweeps and submissions, you decide what your next move should be.
Context: ((what is context…)) So I was hugging a guy friend and he does this thing where he just slumps against me sometimes when i hug him and Tahlia has decided he hugged me for about 4 seconds too long and states
You Knocked me off the Ground from the Start | Camcel
Marcel had double checked his appearance twice in the full-length
mirror before bounding over the balcony. He knew he looked good, but he wanted
to look better than good for Camille, he wanted everything to be perfect. Marcel
Gerard did not do things in halves. Besides, Cami O’Connell deserved the very
best, certainly he was going to be the one to show it to her. After all this
time of trying to get under her skin, he was going to make sure every second of
this night counted.
He had already stopped at the florist earlier, a bouquet
of multi-colored tulips from the tulip festival. Most would assume roses on the
first date, but they were well over played and very not season. Tulips had just
bloomed and they lasted longer than most any other flower when kept in water.
Plus, they had so many colors to choose from that it was bound to happen by
chance that one of them were her favorite. He had already sent the Venus fly
trap as a backup for Valentine’s day, though he didn’t believe for a second
that was her favorite flower.
Once he arrived at her door he knocked lightly, keeping
the flowers behind his back and taking one more second to adjust his tie. When
she opened the door he wanted to have a proper grin and be prepared to say: “Good evening, mademoiselle.”