piece of my dream

Do you know that feeling when you just want to hide under the blankets and pillows and sleep deeply and never ever woke up? Can someone wake me up when my heart stops breaking into pieces? Can I just sleep forever and concoct my own dreams and live happily ever after? Can someone wake me up when the world rights itself and everything is already blissfully happy? Can someone, just anyone please put me to sleep? I just want to sleep forever, heart beating, mind wandering, soul at peace. And no, I don’t want to die. See? There’s that tiny hairline difference.
—  cynthia go // excerpt from a book i’ll never write #1 ( @cynthiatingo )
Headcanon

After the mess with Big Mom is over, Sanji won’t be able to get close to Nami, neither to look her in the eyes, because of what happened when he was pretending and her slap…

Nami will understand it: She’ll forgive him, hug him and say “now it’s all right, Sanji-kun, we understand. Let’s go back”.

Sanji, for the first time, will cry like a baby instead of going “mellorine” because of her hug. ♡

Apparently Tamaki has a crush on me……in my dream LMAO

I’M READY FOR IT TO BE SPRING like its time for warm days, soft breezes, bright and colorful plants, happy days all around. 

(just more general photoshop practice and playing around with facial features??) 

Time travel to 2006 Crazed for dancing, pinched my mom’s purse When my dad opposed but I practiced every day She supported me And the pieces of my dream But I didn’t know my mom’s big contribution Wasn’t a shortcut But a path to a dream that resulted in debt (Always) the problem is money (Go away) so my mom ended up working overseas Over the phone My mom’s voice That I hear is clear What I remember is My mom’s strength back then was my curve ball For real I was determined to be successful With that one promise I became the son I am now Hey mama You can lean on me now, always by my side Hey mama You gave to me unconditionally, You were my support Hey mama Now trust your son, you can smile Hey mama Hey mama Hey mama I’m sorry mama For realizing now how much you’ve done for me, mama Hey mama So thanks mama For being my blood and flesh, mama Remember Mom? The Hiddink PC cafe at Moonhong, The Broadway restaurant Two job veteran for your family Failure is the mother of success I learned that passion and devotion Wanna be wanna be Now that I’m an adult You were like fertilizer to a budding plant Now I’m a flower, I’ll be your flower path You walking on way way way Hey mama You can lean on me now, always by my side Hey mama You gave to me unconditionally, You were my support Hey mama Now trust your son, you can smile Hey mama Hey mama You helped me feel the world You created my breath I want to hold you more today Higher than anything above ground Wider than anything Under the sky Only one, mother’s hands are healing hands You are my eternal placebo I love mom Hey mama You can lean on me now, always by my side Hey mama You gave to me unconditionally, You were my support Hey mama Now trust your son, you can smile Hey mama Hey mama Hey mama You can lean on me now, always by my side Hey mama You gave to me unconditionally, You were my support Hey mama Now trust your son, you can smile Hey mama Hey mama
{ cry for help }

pairing: hamilsquad x reader

prompt(s): “You should do a poly!hamilsquad fic where its reader waking up in the middle of the noght due to nightmares or PTSD and all th boys trying to calm her down.”

“could you maybe do one where the reader has a bad dream and one of the boys (or all) comfort her and its really fluffy?”

trigger warnings: reader has a bad dream that leads to a (short!) ptsd episode. don’t worry though! the boys got you!

“Duérmete mi amor" - sleep my love
“Duérmete pedazo de mi corazón" - sleep a piece of my heart.

“D'accord?” - “okay?”

You were driving in the dream. Your hands were on the wheel, gripping it tightly as you prepared to turn. You were driving with your best friend, going to pick up something from the store. 

You were getting ready to make a left turn, signaling, inching out forward just like you were supposed to. The light changed yellow. You figured the cars on the opposite end would obey the light and slow down, so you started to turn. Your breath hitched quickly as you moved your foot to find the brakes. Unfortunately, you found them too late. One last silver car decided to try to run the red light. 

You weren’t completely in front of that lane but your car was out forward, maybe taking up a fourth of the lane and you couldn’t reverse. The driver didn’t slow down in time. He hit the front side of your car, crashing into your head lights on the right hand side and pushing it back down the road by a couple feet. 

The airbags flew out and you held back a scream.

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