Does that really matter? FOP ficI felt my back collide with the large vehicle, making it tip to its side. "So that's how you're going to play it, eh?" I glared at my green-haired counterpart.Does that really matter? FOP fic by Anti-CosmoFangirl
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“If it has to be this way.” His face turned grim.
“What a nice looking group of children.” I mused, subtly licking my lips as I motioned to the bus of children behind me. They plastered themselves to the windows, eyes wide with terror and confusion.
Cosmo shuffled timidly at my statement. The first rule of the fairies, especially godparents, was to never let a human come to harm under their supervision. Even if that meant self-sacrifice.
“So what will you do, Cosmo?” I mocked, sneering.
A blast shot forth from his wand with a flick of his wrist. How foolish, he had let his guard down in his panic. I effortlessly reflected the spell, sending his bloodied form spiraling back into the ditch.
“Are we getting up, Cosmo? Hmm? Perhaps not.” I let out an artificial sigh, turning and
Don't Judge a Book By Its Cover- FOP ficShe ran through the park, hands over her ears, though nothing could take the sound of the endless taunting out of her head.Don't Judge a Book By Its Cover- FOP fic by Anti-CosmoFangirl
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“Sadie, stop! Sadie, stop, please!” Timmy screamed behind her.
She drowned him out, swerving around a couple on the path. They shared confused looks as her friend raced after her. She ducked behind a tree, sobbing silently and clutching her sketchbook to her chest, as she watched him dash by, still shouting her name franticly.
“Worthless! Stupid! No one wants you!” the voices screamed in her mind, like an endless record.
She doubled back, finding the gap in the bushes on the side of the trail, looked both ways, slipped through it silently, and followed the trail behind to a small bluff. She carefully climbed down, to the small cove that was her happy place. Breathing in and out slowly, she laid her sketchbook out on her lap.
“Hello!? You dropped your pencil!” a child’s voice called.
She held her breath, wishing that she wa