Yoko’s diary ??.?? ??/??/???? Time, an illusion for all I know. You’re barely an infant, then suddenly you’re a child, learning the basics of life: speech, walking and you develop a certain curiosity. To know why the butterfly you saw earlier had blue wings and not purple ones, why was it scared?… Continue reading M.H.A -Yoko’s story
A/N: I did not check for spelling mistakes, I was too tired. I’m sorry for the long delay -Mama! Mama! Tell me another story, just one more. Ah! You’re begging again, using those watery eyes to melt my heart and bend me to your will, I always tell myself that this is the last… Continue reading The fallen ones
I took inspiration from the real Black Dahlia murder, hope you enjoy and thanks for clicking! The streets are quiet today. I wondered if the gentle rain would stop. Sipping from my bitter, almost undrinkable steaming coffee, I raised the newspaper. Headline after headline, same things as usual. The calming ambiance of my warm home… Continue reading The Black Dahlia
Hi! Sorry for being inactive but I recently did a speedpaint video if anybody is interested in it click the link below and thank you!
In my dream from last night I caught a glimpse of something weird As I walked along a bridge In the corner of my eye I saw something just passing by I turned my head and stood in awe As she stood there without a flaw A girl whose face as pale as the moon… Continue reading The dream-Poem
This is just a preview of what’s coming; still I don’t know if I should post it in chapters or one big story like I did with M.H.A, I’ll think about it. For now I hope you enjoy! Time, an illusion for all I know. You’re barely an infant, then suddenly you’re a child, learning… Continue reading Yoko [M.H.A] aftermath
Spring. One word, so many feelings. Have you ever thought about Spring? About the season of life, of rebirth, of a new start; of course you haven’t. Let me, a nobody, take you through the word, the season, Spring. When you say ‘Spring’ what do you think about? Well, when I close my… Continue reading Spring