Marshal Lee x Finn Intro- Don't OverthinkI had never been one for love. It was a weak, feeble emotion that ate away at people’s hearts and sent them into trances, a red hot passion filling their cheeks. Two people sparking, connecting, like a couple of fuses creating an illuminated energy. I had never been one for love. Until I met him.Marshal Lee x Finn Intro- Don't Overthink by N1njaStar28
The way he played his bass was incredible. People would cheer his name as he strummed his melodic instrument on stage, casting out his hard rock soul to the world. The way his hair swayed in the wind. That jet black mane cascading down like a silky dream. His eyes, two red spheres, were so hypnotic. Every time I looked into them I felt like I was getting lost in a sea of scarlet, a world of crimson- I felt like I was peaking into my own heart. And his grin, oh that grin that sent chills down my spine. It was so cocky and over confident, but I couldn’t help but be enchanted by it when it was warm and sincere.
Yes, that’s right, I’ll say it: I’m in love with Marshal
With A Burning Passion Part 1With A Burning Passion Part 1 by xAmethyst10x
The Fire Kingdom wasn't all it was cracked up to be. It wasn't fun being a royal, or even half as glorious as others believed it to be. Especially when stuck in a glass lantern for one's entire life because the evil mother and some gum wad of a man decided that he was dangerous and evil. The young prince knew he was not dangerous and didn't think he was evil. It was so hard to be want to be alive when he couldn't go anywhere or do anything. Occasionally he felt like he wanted to be doused, put out with some kind of water or chemical. Not only was it boring in the lantern, it was lonely. The young Prince of Flames experienced the cruel imprisonment that was supposed to keep him and others out of harm's way. He never understood why, as he felt that he provided no danger to anyone but those that could be burned.
The young prince broke out of his prison, and escaped out the palace walls. His mother could have cared less, because if he p
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