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My Glimmer of Light: A GaaMatsu FanficMy Glimmer of Light: A GaaMatsu Fanfic by sabakunomimirinkaara
I don't think that I can quite....feel anything anymore....is that odd? I thought it was just my wounds....but even pain demands to be felt does it not? Blood also demands to be seen...but I don't even know what I'm looking at anymore. The last thing I remember for sure...was a skeleton wielding a huge sword. It would seem the world around me was beyond my crippled senses..but my memory was crystal clear. Was I dead? That was up for debate for sure. I couldn't seem to move a single bone in my body, not even a twitch of my finger.
It truly seemed that the light would never again find me...had it ever really found me in the first place? Perhaps I only found a window leaking the light, maybe it was just a desire of lust and desire how would I know? Maybe I had only been tasting the light...never truly living in
The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim - The Prince of DragonsThe Elder Scrolls: Skyrim - The Prince of Dragons by XxGaaraloverxX
The large and foreboding castle stood atop the tallest mountain in a land called Skyrim, within the world of Tamriel.
High above the farms and towns; taller than the castled cities, a young prince sat upon his throne at the throat of the world.
This mountaintop was so vast and steep; no human could ever climb to the top, to see this castle for themselves. Most believe that it was the gods themselves that created such a mystic and beautiful castle. For no man could have built such a masterpiece.
Although the world had its share of humans and other creatures, none had the power, and the prowess of the dragons. These glorious beasts roamed the skies, their roars of ancient language filling the air, and the people’s hearts with fear and anguish.
The Throat of the World was to be called their home, for they were the only creatures with the ability to reach the mysterious castle. Their scaly skin was tough against the freezing temperatures, and their lungs were suited for the high alti
The Longest Road - prologueThe Longest Road - prologue by Kitsune1978
Chuunin exams. Gaara fights Rock Lee and Shukaku takes over. The invasion has been triggered much earlier than it was supposed to, and Gaara doesn't have a chance to fight Naruto at all. That's why he's still a psycho, and there is no one left to subjugate him since the Fourth Kazekage's been killed.
In progress since Sep 5, 2013.
Chapter 55 submitted on Aug 5, 2014.
Genre: Angst, adventure
Warning: emotional abuse
Main characters: Gaara, Temari, Kankurō, Baki, Matsuri, Jōseki, several OCs
"The longest road you're going to have to walk
is from here to here. From your head to your heart.
And you can't speak to the people as a leader
unless you've made the return journey.
From the heart back to the head." Dakota proverb
The Longest Road
There were many things Rock Lee hadn't expected to see during the chuunin exam, and the boy from Sunagakure definitely was one of those things.
Dream Come True~ Fanfiction: Chapter 13Dream Come True~ Fanfiction: Chapter 13 by XxGaaraloverxX
Lee shook his head to the apology, and smiled a smile that told Gaara it was okay. He closed his eyes and continued relaxing in Gaara's arms. It felt right. Being here and being with Gaara. Like he belonged with the redhead. His slender, piano fingers dancing a slow dance on his shoulders. Gaara's fingers really were magic. Wonder if they're good with-
No. Lee will not think such a thought. Unbelievable, dishonorable, be respectful towards your love, dammit. Don't think about how cute he'd look with his legs up over his head. No no no, don't think about how adorable his Gaara would be huffing and begging for more.
Lee almost made a look of realization of what he was thinking outside his mind. No way was Gaara ready for that kind of step; they weren't even married, yet. Lee was raised, mostly by his mentor, to be a gentleman. And waiting until the other was ready is part of that. Lee would wait his entire life; sex doesn't matter to him as much as Gaara being with hi
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