He often stared into the void where she should have died, the place that should have been but somehow never was. The portal was closed, the foreign sickness that had spread through his world and the same vice versa on her side, kept people far away from the shore. But the fear that kept most away never stopped him from coming back, staring at the spot where he had carried her too, never knowing that on the other side, she did the same. -JK
"Do you know where you are?" She reached out a finger, tilting up his chin. "N-no..." he whispered, afraid of what his eyes saw. She smiled, the shadows around her morphing and growing. "Good. Then you won't be able to run." - Renee Soto August, 2013
the forest was drowning. I could hear the trees caught in the struggle between gulping down the water and dying in it. like our lives. deciding between embracing life to it's fullest or living safely a little longer. But, like the trees--we didn't have a choice.
Hello everyone! My name is Jamie, I live in Texas, and this is a blog for all the things i find magical, inspiring, and enchanting, with a little bit of fairy dust and maybe a kitten or two on the top :) Please feel free to send me any messages, I'm...