Disasterpiece - Prologue
"Hate, hate ain't enough to describe me, Scream, somewhere between screaming and crying, I'm not supposed to be here, I'm not supposed to be" I sang out as I cleaned my bloodied knife. I hummed my song as my victim struggled within her chains. Her screams were muffled so now one, no even at that door of the basement, could hear her.
I smirked once my butcher knife was nice and shiny clean. I spun around slowly and stalked towards my prey, dragging the knife across the wall. The girl's almond brown eye widened at the sight of my amusement; terror clearly filled those eyes. Once I placed my knife along with my other toys, I leaned over towards the girl. With my face just an inch away from hers, I could feel her shaky breath against my nose.
"Such pretty eyes " I smirked, caressing her cheek. "You should thank me, you know. Without me, those pretty eyes would never be able to see life after I'm done with you. Instead, they're going right on that shelf to vie
Synacky - The Carpal Tunnel Of LoveAll was quiet on the Avenged Sevenfold tour bus. Johnny and Matt had finally got to their drunken feet and left for their bunks. Only Brian and Zacky remained in the living space, Zacky sprawled lazily across the plush chair, limbs draping the arms, and Brian streached across the floor, marvelling at how, in his semi-drunk state, the world twisted and spun about him. It was Zacky who broke the silence first, coughing delicately, hoping Brian would understand what he was to,shy to ask for. Brian heaved himself to his elbows and stared up at Zacky small frame, those startling green eyes baring into Brian's face. The lead guitarist crawled towards the shorter man and cupped the elfin face in his long fingers, stroking Zacky's pale cheek. Zacky purred, he's been looking forward to another make out session this past week, yet they always come at inexplicable times. Its not like Brian and Zacky are in a relationship, no, neither spirit could be caged like that, nor do they even slightly love
Battered and Scattered END
5 Years Later
Zane and Ryder were now 15, still living their dreams. They got recognized almost as much as the boys did now, which was really weird. They were back in the public school system, no one really bothered them annymore because almost EVERYONE knew who they were. but, there was always that one kid.
Right now they were sittign in debate class, it was normmally english, but it was Wednesday, so it was debate class, which occured every Wednesday. A topic was picked out of a hat and the two teams had to debate it. The topic today happened to be gay marriage.
Randy, the kid on the other team, rose his hand to start. "I think it's wrong becasue its not natural." Most of the class, unfortunatly, nodded their heads.
"My God public school kids are so stup
Forever Yours, Faithfully 3
Forever Yours, Faithfully Chapter 3:
"Are you sure that you don't want me to stay?" Brian asked his boyfriend with a gentle caress of his cheek and a look of both adoration and concern in his eyes.
"Yes, I'm sure, Brian. You go. I'll be fine," Zacky replied, nuzzling into the warm, soft palm lying against his face.
"I don't know if I should, Zee. I mean, you're sick, and I don't wanna leave you alone. I should be taking care of you."
Zacky smiled but rolled his eyes. He had caught a slight chill during their sightseeing excursion the day before, but he wasn't that bad. "Baby, listen to me, I'll be fine. I promise. I'm not terminal, ya know."
Brian sighed. "I know that, but I don't want you to be alone."
"Bri, I'm tired, that's all. I'm just gonna get some sleep. I'll be right here when you get back."
Brian bit his lip and furrowed his brow in thought before slowly shaking his head. "No, I-I can't just leav
Battered and Scattered Ch. 1
Brian looked up at his coach, the burly man demanding the team run more and more even though they had a game the next day that they would all VERY WELL be sore for. "Coach can we PLEASE stop?!" one of the others kids begged before the coach gave him a look of thought.
"Fine Berry, boys take five. I have to run to my office, so don't move." he said before they all collapsed to the ground. Brian and his three friends walked away from the group of tired, panting boys, and laid on their stomachs on the outfield of the baseball diamond. One of his friends, Matt, had deep, soft brown eyes, like Brian has, only Matt's were warmer most of the time. He was muscular, but he was just a giant Teddy bear. Another of his friends, Jimmy, was tall and lanky, his crystal blue eyes could put anyone to shame. He was the joker of the group, always terrorizing people, unless they had a game, then he was al