Child!ReaderXKitten!Italy .:How I got Feliciano:."Welcome!" You and your parents were greeted as you walked in the pet store."My name is Elizabeta, just call me if you find what you're looking for!" Elizabeta grinned"Thank you." Your mommy said, she then kneeled beside you "Just come up to us or Miss Elizabeta if you find your new buddy, ok?" She said"Yes mommy!" You said happily as you walked fast to the pet section. You looked around, so many pets to choose from!"Veemeow!~" You felt something on your leg "Aww! Hi there kitty!" You said as you picked up the small tabby, it licked your nose and you giggled"Mommy I want this one!" You yelled happily"That's Feliciano." Elizabeta said "He's VERY hyper and he loves pasta, so make sure to feed him that, ok?""Ok miss!" You grinnedYour mommy then paid for Feliciano and drove you home."Welcome to your new home, Feli!" You said as you opened the cage, Feliciano bounced out and inspected his new home, exploring every bit of the room.You giggled "I guess this is the start o
RomanoXReader .:Kites:. A dark brown haired man strolled down the park , (f/c) kite in hand.He sat down under a tree, still holding the kite. He smiled sadly as he remembers the days that passed...~Flashback~ "Lovi!" A (h/c) haired girl called "Don't call me that!" A dark brown haired boy shouted.The (h/c) haired girl just giggled"You're so cute when you're mad, Lovi!"'Lovi' grew red from embarrassment and anger"SHUT UP!!"~End of flashback~ The dark brown haired man looked at the (f/c) kite sadly as he remembered another memory.~Flashback~"Lovi!""Stop calling me that (Name)!" The (h/c) haired girl, or (Name) giggled."I have a new (f/c) kite!" she said"So?"
Contest Entry: Behind the SmilesBehind the SmilesOTPs: BruPhil, USPH"Pag-ibig, 'pag na'sok sa puso nino man, hahamakin ang lahat masunod ka lamang."The great walled city of Intramuros was bustling in its usual noisy business. The clops of horse hooves and the clack of large wooden wheels on the cobblestones mixed with the indiscernible chatter of civilians as they walked to and fro filled the hot afternoon air. Women, both Filipinos and Spanish, had huge fans out which they used to alleviate the discomfort of the heat, and used to cover their faces modestly whenever a man walked by.Outside the walls was a different story. The horse-drawn carriages and people in Spanish garb mixed with Filipino clothes were still present, yes, but there was a general air of hardship and poverty hanging over the dirty streets of the extramuros. Women in worn-out baro't sayas hurried to and from the markets, the churches and other houses, going about their daily chores. Small boys worked as bell-ringers in t