mynes

One time Henry VIII had a book when he was little and he wrote in really massive writing on the first page “this boke is myne” and I just find it so funny because that’s such a Henry VIII thing to do

i.valkyrie cain 

 she is leather jackets, she is chapped lips, she is broken nails and bruised knuckles. she is the darkness that looms over you and she is the one who protects you from the monsters under your bed. she is two sides of the same coin, she is open hair blowing in the wind and into your face; she is thick eyebrows creased while glaring at you. she is brown eyes which are much older than they should be. she is strong, she is resolute, and she is magic

ii. stephanie edgely

  stephanie is quiet rebellion. stephanie is oversized hoodies and slender fingers curled around a steaming mug. stephanie is the bounce in your step, stephanie is the comfort of your favourite book. stephanie is hiding under the blankets because you’re scared of the monsters. stephanie is throwing your book across the room when you finish it; stephanie is the longing for something more. stephanie is the feeling of being lost and being found. she is not magic, but she knows there is magic if you look, and she knows that there is more.  

iii. darquesse

  darquesse is the heat of an ever-growing fire, the numbness of your legs, the chill down your back. she is the dryness of your mouth, she is the pounding beat of your pulse in your ears. she is a goddess in her own right, the ground she walks upon becomes her own. she is not the monster under your bed; she is the darkness above you, she is ethereal and she is hell.  darquesse is everything. she is the pain in your knees when you kneel. she is overwhelming; she is drowning in the water you drink. she is far too much, far too fast.

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skulduggery pleasant moodboards: 

                                                  omen darkly 


auger darkly adjusted his position slightly. “So our system, our deal, is predicated on you staying out of trouble. It’s predicated on you staying safe, and uninjured, and non-concussed. What part of that did you not understand?”

“The word predicated.”