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Someday

Author: @xerxia31

Rating: T, for language. It’s always the language with me. Thanks to @thegirlfromoverthepond for the extra eyeballs and encouragement.


“We’re so happy you came over tonight, Auntie Katniss. Aren’t we?” I cringe at the baby talk falling out of my best friend’s face, but since he’s bouncing his nine-month-old nephew in his arms I guess I’ll have to tolerate it. For now.

We’re babysitting little Emmett tonight. It’s the first time Peeta’s brother and sister-in-law have gone out since the birth, and the first time Peeta’s ever taken care of a baby. I’m here as moral support.

“Yeah, yeah,” I groan. “Just don’t expect me to change any diapers.”

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Dialysis

Author: @alliswell21

Rated: T
Triggers: illness themes, allusions of grief. Slightly OOC. Could be age gap (maybe)
Synopsis: You’re hope, you were needed. Thank you!



Match found.

The words bounce in my brain, skating up and down, twisting in mid air, then crashing on the floor like a wave breaking into myst that bathes and soaks every recess of my mind.

“Match found.”

I swash the words in my mouth, savoring their feel, their weight, their meaning.

Match found.

It all becomes clear suddenly. The numbing cloud lifting, leaving a sense of elation that I fight hard to squash down before someone else has a chance to do it for me, by yanking the words away before I can grasp them, recanting the blessing they mean.

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I am cold nights on the bathroom floor;
Bruised knees tucked beneath my chin and out of tune lullabies, while my father wipes at my eyes and tells me stories of when I was six and so much brighter than I am now.

“Is there anything I can do to bring that spark back?” He asked,

“I don’t think I can ever be that spark again. It’s strange and terrifying and God I wish I could climb trees again but I’m so afraid of heights, because somewhere in the midst of growing up they stop telling you to climb and start telling you to dig.”

—  I AM NOT MYSELF, MG
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Title: Untitled
Author: Rose
Rating: T
Hey I did another one on holiday and it’s probably not very good but you know here it is.
Prompt/Summary: you being with Reid and having a breakdown and he does everything he can to keep you from going to the hospital,but then realizes you need more help than he can give you
Couldn’t do Reid so I did Morgan instead, I’m sorry 😔😔
Trigger Warning: abandonment, vomiting, breakdowns 
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