Sherlock Holmes Fan FictionSherlock Holmes left the fight with barely a scratch and a white cloth in hand. He reached for a bottle of wine after collecting his winnings and set off in search of the woman. He had seen her, just a glance, right before he laid waste to the victim that was his opponent. More muscles plus greater approval from the audience and yet Sherlock had proven his over confidence meaningless with his logics and knowledge of the human body.
After leaving the ring, he returned to his lodgings and re-clothed his bare sweaty chest with a shirt and an overcoat. He applied a hat to his head from off the rack and he was off. There she was in his head; pink dress and pink hat, curly red hair. He’d never forget her face, but then again, he never forgot anything, of great importance anyway.
He turned the corner. Just as he had presumed, Irene Adler was headed down Buckingham Street. She turned and looked behind her.
LockerI walk down the hall. No friends in sight. I find my locker. Right, left, right. I grab a book. I close my locker and walk down the hall. Oh no, I forgot something. I walk back my locker. Right, left, right as I say hello to my passing friend. My friend enters their class room. I put the latch. Nothing. Nothing again. My friend appears. Locker troubles? I'm fine. Right, left, right in a hurry. Locker opens. Friend returns to class. I grab my instrument and speed down the hall. Somehow I thought I wouldn't see my friend today. But this friend surprised me and asked to help me with my locker. Ah the little things that make one's day.
I walk down the hall in a hurry to grab my books and get to my last class before the bell rang. There my locker was at the end of the hall. I look around but see no one that I know. That's fine, I thought, oh well. I finger in my combination, turning the knob right, left, and right. I grab my book, close my locker, and hurry to class. Suddenly I remember; my
Space: No Edge to What You Can AchieveThe year was 5216 and the economy was great. Cars were driving on clean electricity produced by renewable resources. With the world united under one country, all business were free to compete and interact. Big money could be found farming the trillions of miles that surrounded the skinny but vastly tall building that housed the entire population of Earth. The space elevator connecting it to the moon allowed for ever more business to be found in anti-atmospheric vehicles and the mining of valuable metals in the nearby planets and asteroids. Yes life was good for Mr. Henry Rockeford whose life fortune depended up his SPACE ship industry.
Mr. Rockeford’s newest invention, the SPACE Focus, was the most innovative space-craft of its time. It was equip to hold many passengers but still compact to land on the smaller space stations of the moon. Its exterior was made using Mercuro, the strongest known metal, and could only be found on the small planet of Mercury. The SPACE Focus’s
Breaking HeartsHe sat on the top of the play set. The sky was dark and the air was cold. The only illumination came from the football game on the other side of the fence. At the game crowds were cheering, touchdowns were made, the home team was losing. But none of this mattered on this side of the fence. On this side the playground was silent and he was alone. Alone with his thoughts, of her...
Who did he think he was? He’d never be her knight in shining armor! She was making sacrifices so that they could be together just so he could bring her down. He wasn’t a good person, loyal, or attractive. She was smart, beautiful, and a good friend! How could he ever compare! But somehow she’d gotten to his soft spot, and he’d grown attached to her.
He couldn’t take it any longer. What good was their last kiss if he’d only end up hurting her. He had to do it. He had to break up with her. He hung his head in sadness. Just the thought caused him immense pain. For minutes he ju
What If (Original Lyrics)Life is a mystery
It leaves us all feeling incomplete
We all have different histories
We wish we could change
We cast our lives out to sea
And wonder what we will find
We sailed through our debris
No treasures we could mine
What if we lose our integrity?
How do we know what's right or wrong?
Our lives are full of mistakes
They've killed us all along
What if no one wants you?
When the spare key is no longer there?
What are you going to do
When there's no one left to care?
What if you never win their approval?
When your efforts are in vain
You try but they never see through to you
What did you ever gain?
Who has never felt alone?
Has never felt their heart bleed?
Even if they're not well known
Someone to listen is what we all need
I'm Right Here (Original Lyrics)Sorry I don't mean to stare
But I'm right here and you're over there
Do you wanna come talk to me?
I know I'm shy but I'll give it a try
How many times should I say hello
before you give me a chance and ask how it goes?
I bet I'm just as interesting as your friends
Couldn't you atleast pretend I'm one of them?
But since you won't come near
I'll explain who I am from here
So please take a seat
and I'll show you with this beat
I was born in september
I love jeans and hoodies in that autumn weather
My eyes look like sunflowers drifting through the ocean
My favorite colors in my favorite location
I'm learning as many instruments as I can
to learn guitar next is my plan
I already can play clarinet and piano
I've learned so many songs it makes people say wow
I try hard to be a good student
Everyday I work hard to make improvements
I like to say my memory is sometimes photographic
and that my math and computer skills are fantastic
But that's enough about me
Truth be told I really do enjoy you
Tahnorra One ShotKorra walked down the streets of Republic City. As she walked, she looked across the street and felt a wave of déjà. There was the little waterbender cuisine shop Bolin took her to during the tournament. When she was about to pass it by, she stopped and looked up at the sign.
"Why not," she thought and entered the store. Not seeing Bolin in his usual spot, she walked deeper into the restaurant to take her seat, but she came across someone she didn't expect. Tahno sat at the end of the shop, where she first saw him, but without his teammates and fan girls. The posters of him where even gone. Still feeling bad about his situation, Korra walked up to his table asking, "May I join you?" Tahno gave a slight nod and she sat beside him.
He had a drink in his hand which he took a sip of before saying, "I wasn't expecting to see you here."
"Neither did I, but here I am," she responded.
"The equalists hate me. The benders pity me. You're the only real company I've had for days." He loo
Bike RideI biked and biked. So close, so far. Keep going, I told myself, just a bit further. And then I saw that house; the house of the only person who ever gave me their complete attention, the house of the one person who had my complete trust. I sped across the street and stopped halfway up the drive way, walking my bike the rest of the way and leaning it against the house. He met me halfway to the back door. He smiled, "You must have really missed me, coming all this way." "I'd say," I told him, "You're quite something else." He led me to the stairs. "Ladies first," he said with a slight gesture. I bounded up the stairs with grace, trying not to make a sound. I opened his door and a familiar meow greeted me. "Hi kitty," I said scratching the blue eyed cat's ears with a smile. He followed and closed the door behind him. I laid on my back upon the multi-shaded green carpet and continued to pet his cat as it made itself comfy on my stomach. Leaning forward, he sat halfway off his bed and just