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As long as the StarsWith a grip that’d surely rival a python, he drove, not wanting to look in the review mirror. She sat beside him, trying her damn best to stifle her sobbing. The city flickered by them, the setting sun mocking their mournful demeanour. They continued to drive, around and around, lost in their thoughts and sorrows as the street lights flickered to life, the hospital haunting the corner of their vision at every turn. She sniffled loudly, before cursing quietly at herself. Hopefully he hadn’t heard her. As they pulled up at a red light, she slowly turned in her seat, looking over the headrest at her little man, worried as to what she may find.As long as the Stars by ~Ember-Lee
He was ashen and unmoving, head wrapped tightly in a thick, white bandage, resting against the car seat. His eyes dully reflected the city lights, his tiny hands fisted in his lap. He was humming, softly, to himself, but she could tell he had already forgotten the tune. To him now, it was all vibrations, colour and taste. As if feeling h
I'm Pregnant Chapter 4Heels clicking as she walked down the hallway, she jangled through the dozens of keys absently, listening with a smile to her companion.I'm Pregnant Chapter 4 by ~Ember-Lee
“They really said that? Ha, and you…you didn’t! Oh wow, did they run for the hills?” She paused for a moment, holding up a particular key for closer inspection, phone cradled between her ear and shoulder, before dropping it back onto the ring with a laugh. “Oh how I hope you got pictures! To see those bloody tycoons running with their tails between their legs, it’s just perfect.”
Glancing at her surroundings, she did a quick count of the apartment numbers before swivelling on her heel, back tracking a few doors. Searching through the keys again, she located the right one, humming in response to whatever was being whispered in her ear as she unlocked the door. Shushing them for a moment, she stuck her head in, checking the neatly lined shoes and slippers before slipping inside. Closing the door with a soft <i>
Odds Don't StackShe couldn’t see much of the countryside they were apparently whizzing by. It may have something to do with the fact it was pitch black outside. Or possibly because her reflection was hogging her line of sight, no matter how far she pressed her nose against the cold window pane. Sighing heavily, she lifted a finger, absently drawing in the gathering condensation. A frown, to match her own. Her hand hovered over it for a while after before she sighed again, watching as it fogged over, obscuring everything for a while. Resting against the glass, she closed her eyes tiredly, listening as the bus rattled onwards. This whole trip was an obscured dream really. Everything they had ever worked towards, it always seemed to be slashed right down the middle when they were nearing that final step towards achievement. It didn’t seem fair.Odds Don't Stack by ~Ember-Lee
Resting her head against the thin window sill, she shuffled a bit, pulling one foot up on to the crammed seat with the rest of her, trying to ignore t
Hold My Loving ArmsTo say that Ally was boring was far from the truth. Sure, it may have held an inkling of truth years ago when they first met, what with her cloud watching and calculus filled holidays, but now, watching as she waved her hands around animatedly as she talked, he realised it was long gone.Hold My Loving Arms by ~Ember-Lee
“And then, out of nowhere, he just makes a grab for my coffee and upends the bloody thing all over my notes. I’m telling you, it was coffee everywhere. Eve-ry-where. It even splashed across my jacket. Sniff it,” she garbled, shoving her sleeve into his face suddenly, “Sniff it and tell me how strong it reeks.”
Chuckling he obliged- not that he had much choice in the matter- before crinkling his nose up in distaste.
“See! Reeks.” She exclaimed before finally shutting herself up as she took a swig of her beer.
“You could take a lesson from this.” He murmured slyly, stirring at his cocktail as he watched her response from the corner of his eye.