Letting Go

Title: Letting GoCategory: Books » Phantom of the OperaAuthor: LejindaryBunnyLanguage: English, Rating: Rated: K+Genre: Angst/RomancePublished: 02-24-05, Updated: 02-24-05Chapters: 1, Words: 2,851 Chapter 1: Default Chapter Letting Go By Lejindarybunny Christine sat huddled in a corner of the tiny chapel, her knees drawn up to her chest and her hair falling and hiding her face. This was how Raoul found her. “Christine?” he asked, kneeling beside her. “Are you quite alright?” He put a hand on…

Two Steps Back

Here I am again, I might as well be seventeen. Let that mindset prevail, so comforting, and clean. I am not a creature who can live the usual ‘vie’ I exist only in stories, and they exist in me. And it will always be a comfort to know that some can live. But as for this poor phantom, this is all that he can give.

Some more poetry by me

Unkept Jealousy breeds a taste for death, in e’en the trembling hand though it might hear a long lament before it takes command. How long he lingered on the edge of the laughing, smiling three He wallowed in his solitude he liked it, to a degree. To feel shut out of the merry group grew the bitterness in his heart though the three would scarcely realize that it would tear them all apart Approached was…

Gods, look what I’m reduced to. Sitting here, crying over Harry Potter Filk. I have neither dignity nor strength anywhere within me. I want so bad for everything to be easy. Haven’t I taken my adolecent penance for long enough? Aren’t I past due for a letter from Hogwarts? It’s certainly not like I might as well be living with the Durselys, now is it? Isn’t it time for my horrible accident that leaves me…

Some poetry I wrote

In Memoriam: Octavius These aching arms carry so much weight but not enough to lift my burden and so I am borne down by hate. I wonder what moment sealed my fate. Does it take so “little” to break a child? These aching arms carry so much weight. And in my search to achieve the great I was ridiculed of madness; pride, and so I am borne down by hate. In my vain dreams I’d…