La Doncella (Knight!Spain x Reader)La Doncella (Knight!Spain x Reader) by UnluckyAmulet
Today was the big day.
Despite the abundance of banners, garlands, confetti and all manner of celebratory decoration about the village, the atmosphere was not a pleasant one. Tables stood groaning with the momentous weight of food stacked high atop them, the very best that the village had to offer. Not a bit of it had yet to be eaten. The air of fear about the place gave even these cheery accessories an uncomfortable edge, like the very air was turning it poisonous. Sour, like bad milk. Even the dazzling rays of the rising sun do nothing to dissipate the tension.
You, you are sweetly oblivious.
Mainly because you've been stuffed to the gills sweet wine and peculiar herbs.
Hazy motes of dust flutter carelessly above you, a beam of sun pouring in through the window. To you, the dust look like shredded feathers and if only your limbs did not feel so heavy, you would reach out, and grab one.
But of course, all you do is lie there, gazing mindlessly up at the square of light as though any m
The Promise of Blossoms (God!Japan x Reader)The Promise of Blossoms (God!Japan x Reader) by UnluckyAmulet
A single coin is enough to change everything.
From his vantage point, Kiku observes your trembling form with a dispassionate expression, mouth set in a thin line. Despair comes off you in clouds, as if you are exuding your own personal perfume. Your eyes follow the journey of the coin as it disappeared into the altar with a satisfying sound to confirm its landing before you begin, staring at the floor.
The beg jolts the young God, so acute is the loss withheld in your shaking form.
"I know what is done cannot be changed..." you begin, speaking in a quavering voice, tears spilling down your face like rain.”...But I beg for your help. My- my mother was all I had le-left in this world. Now she has joined you, I am alone..."
You stop here, though Kiku instinctively knows you are not done, sobs cut off your ability to speak. It is all you can do to stop yourself from choking, your face screwed up in pain as tears literally splash onto the stone floor. Were you a Goddess, K
Lightning Catcher (Japan x Reader)Lightning Catcher (Japan x Reader) by UnluckyAmulet
Another flash illuminated the sky, and you grinned at the thick, shining raindrops that fell from the guttering of the roof before joining its brethren, the rain falling so hard to the ground it splashed back upwards before succumbing to gravity. You cocked your head, listening impatiently over the continuous thrumming of the rain. There it was- thunder, rumbling across the sky like the growl of a giant, unseen creature. The outside air smelled fantastic as you inhaled sharply from your precarious position, perched on the windowsill. Rain on previously dry earth...it was hard to describe.
You heard the inquiry, followed by your name, and glanced behind you.
"Hey, you." you grinned at Kiku. "You managed to get home in this downpour reasonably early. Nice!"
"Ah, yes. I managed to avoid most of the traffic." Kiku nodded, a tiny smile flickering at the corners of his mouth.
For a moment, the two of you sat there, comfortable in each other's presence not to talk. With the backdrop
AxisXChild!Reader Join The Axis?AxisXChild!Reader Join The Axis? by mangafan23
The time, was World War 2!
"You git!! Let me go this instant!!"
The blond roughly shook the small child and growled in her face. "You insolent brat! How dare you talk to me that way?!"
The child glared. "Because I can!! I don't care if you are my older brother!! In the name of Brita-"
He slapped the child across the face. "Don't you dare say her name!! You aren't worthy to share her blood!!"
The child spat at him. "I will say her name however I want!! She was my mother too!!"
The blond ground his teeth. He picked the child up, despite her squirming. He walked over to a crate of flour that was supposed to be sent out, but he found a better use for it. He dropped the young girl inside the crate and closed the top up tight.
"H-hey!! You bastard!! Let me out right now!!" the child cried.
"I think not. Get it through your head, (C/N), I am at war. I don't have time to look after a territory like you.
"I am not a territory!! I am a country and you know it!!!"
"Die for all I care."