Roses are red
The Tardis is blue,
just like my heart until I met you
I would take an arrow in the knee for you any day
I would travel to middle earth just to hear what you say
I’ll be your compassion cube, even when the cake is a lie
I would fight for you even if I couldn’t respawn, if I…
Constance:”What makes you think its OK just to say that?” I looked at him one eyebrow raised.
Constance: I was downstairs waiting for when he would be well enough to come down. I knew many people rested for nearly the whole first day. But Lavi seemed different possibly stronger.
Lavi traveled around his house taking in his new life. It all seemed like a dream. One that was impposible to achive. At least that’s what he thought until he saw Constance in the living room at the bottom of the stairs. “So this is real…?”
Constance:”One hundred percent real.” I smiled gesturing to the room,”Everything you need to have a normal life. And all in a normal society.” I held out a newspaper,”You are going to need a job. Oh and the deed to your lovely house and some good starting off money rests in a safe behind the painting in your room.”
Lavi took the newspaper listening carefully to her words. Even though he wished to get away from them, he still wondered what became of Bookman. “What happened to the old panda?”
Constance: “The what?” I was puzzled. I wasn’t sure of what he meant. I went on to explain what I thought he meant,”If you are speaking of the people you used to be apart of, they never knew you. No memory. You are the only one that will remember your old life. And as for the new life you’re a commoner they won’t ask questions and you are new in town.”
"That’s good…" Lavi was glad no one remembered him. He hopped they would all servive that horrid war and make it out alive. To think to get out of war with demonds he had to make a deal with one. He looked at the newspaper trying to find a job and make a name for himself. "Anything else I need to know?"
Constance:”Nope not really. You have a full education you are just an average guy. Minus me of coarse.” I smiled. I stood and began to head for the door,”If you need anything please ask. I will be in the rather large home about a block down the road. When I live, I live with style.”
Kililah wondered through the large city. She had been to New York before but a very long time ago. She had just gotten back from seeing the statue of liberty. She had her long black curls back in a high ponytail. Her bangs hung free. She wore her new knee high white fake leather…
Kililah looked up at the man,”No I don’t mind.” She could easily tell he wasn’t just some mortal but she couldn’t place what he was. It shocked her because a lot of the times she could tell. She smiled sweetly and scooted over to give him room. Because she was unsure of him she made sure to put her guard up. She had to make it seem as though she wasn’t on guard mode so as the boat got started she made some idle conversation,”So what brings you to New York?”
Kililah wondered through the large city. She had been to New York before but a very long time ago. She had just gotten back from seeing the statue of liberty. She had her long black curls back in a high ponytail. Her bangs hung free. She wore her new knee high white fake leather boots. She had her skinny jeans tucked into her boots. She wore a black Green Day shirt. It was probably one of her favorite bands. She found her way to one of the small boats to go to Manhattan. She found a seat in the back away from others and waited for everyone to finish boarding.
Could we talk about this for a bit, please?
This scene pains me deeply. Why? Well, Hans is being a total douche in the name of power, Elsa has completely up on life and is totally okay with Mr. Douchey Pans sending a sword through her, and then, well, then there’s Anna. Out of the three, her participation hurts the most.
In the outtake song “Life’s Too Short (Reprise),” Anna regrets being “so desperate to be loved I only ever thought of me.” This song was supposed to take place a few minutes preceding this GIF, as she froze, alone, in that cold room after having been betrayed by the only person she was convinced still loved her.
At that point her words are a bitter realization, and they sting even more accompanied by Elsa’s lyrics: “I’ve frozen out the only friend I’ll ever know…I wish that I had been there for her long ago.” The girls in this scene are both thoroughly convinced the other could never forgive them It’s all over, and they’ll die never getting the chance to reconcile.
Then, Anna spots something in the distance. She sees the man that betrayed and left her for dead, bringing down his sword on a hopeless, better-off-dead queen. Soon Anna will freeze over and die. Her only hope is still a good ten meters off.
At this point, Anna could a) wait for true love’s kiss to save her from the curse, or b) jump in front of that sword. Except, Anna has no idea when she’ll freeze. She could freeze before Kristoff makes it, she could freeze before she makes it to Elsa, or she could jump in front of that sword and still not freeze—making the last sensation that of a sword halving her, and the last thought, I love you.
In that split second, Anna was forced to choose who she loved more. Elsa, or herself.
What hurts more is the Hans probably saw Anna jump in front of him in time to stop himself, but he kept the momentum. He would kill both of the sisters to get what he wanted.
*duns sunglasses* Word.
*throws phone across the room* I AM DONE