~Good Morning~ Nyo!Belarus x Reader~Good Morning~ Nyo!Belarus x Reader by EpicJaxx
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Nyo!Belarus - Nikolai Arlovskaya
She expected this much. ___ screamed at the top of her lungs. The person laying beside her was glaring with violet eyes and a nasty temper no doubt. She scooted as far away as possible, as if the person in question - Nikolai Arlovskaya, the personification of Belarus - was going to kill her. There was no doubt in her mind that Nikolai would. Their friendship had been shallow, nonexistent the past few years and even the slightest interest in Anya - Nikolai's big sister - could result in a bruised arm. Yes, the Belorussian, though nice away from thoughts of Anya, was quite abusive when it came to his sister and another.
The silver-haired boy's gaze hardened, "You're not big sister," he stated, "Damn that America! He told me big sister would be in bed! Such a liar! How dare he!"
The anger caused ___ to flinch, "Please don't kill
Spider web [Hanamiya x Reader]Spider web [Hanamiya x Reader] by IndigoSkyCaller
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Please listen to the song while reading the first part! ~
Deep into the woods, there lived a spider. He used to build his web between the branches of a big, old oak. It was a beautiful web: thin, yet strong. His poor prey could only notice it when it was already too late. None of those he caught ever fled away from his web. Ever.
One day, when the sun was still asleep and the blue of the night shroud the woods, he started to build his web.
His creation was almost done when his little dark eyes reflected something he never saw before, something beautiful, graceful. That creature flew around his tree, near the branches he used as support for his web. He froze, admiring the beautiful, white butterfly flying with prettiness near his web. He hoped it would fly into it, but the white butterfly eluded it. As if it saw it, it flew right over it and with a soft movement of its wings, it destroyed the web.
The spider watched the butterfly fly away from him while his web unbound and fell