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I've seen the tears and the heartache, and I felt the pain I've seen the hatred in so many lives, and lost in vain And yet through this darkness there's always a light that shines through And takes me back home Takes me back home Because your love hears my soul once again I can live and I can dream once again Because you made me love you
Four young elites of Corona are sent to Gilmore high for a lesson to be learned after Chaeyoung disobeyed her grandfather. Chaeyoung, Dahyun, Tzuyu and Jeongyeon are up for a normal life in highschool until they met a shy Introvert named Mina Hiyouitozaki, who loves reading books and hanging out with her sisters Momo and Sana. Something is going on in Gilmore city ever since they met Mina. Is there more to know about Mina and her sisters? are the Hiyouitozaki Sisters say who they say they are
It wasn't easy to let go. But both of them needed to do so. Hearts shattered into tiny little pieces, hopes dissipated, and love that has faded. This is a story of a group of people that have drunkenly fallen in love into the wrong people, and their search for the warmth that they have long forgotten.
A JeongMiChaeng Story: Fate vs Destiny /fāt/ & /ˈdestinē/ (Fate is that which you cannot change, while Destiny holds the element of choice.. but both- are predetermined) "I do believe in fate and destiny, but I also believe that we are only fated to do things that we'd choose anyway." "Do we really need to stop?" "Would you blame me.. if i only want you to be happy?" A JeongMiChaeng story: Two hearts collides to one. Where one den
Sana and Jihyo are childhood sweethearts who dated throughout their whole lives until everything fell apart three years ago. The girls haven't seen each other since, but Mina and Jeongyeon's wedding forces them to spend a week together. Can seven days be enough to fix what they broke? Do they even want to?
Being the Nation's top GG is tough, especially if you had fallen in love with your band mate. This is a work of fiction and pure imagination of the author.
What happened when a bold, daring and flirty Sana fell in love with a shy, disciplined and reserved kind of girl like Dahyun? Despite the differences in their personality, they have one thing in common- they have never been truly in lov
They thought they knew what they were doing, they were just following what they desire. But, how cruel fate was to them. Those happy moments are now dusts, replaced by painful memories that will ve present fron the day on. Greed over Love. Career over Love.
you can't possibly have two love of your life, right?
Do you believe in love? In those stories of pure, mutual and unchangeable feelings? Of promises and devotion. Of happiness. Of deep emotions and warmth; of butterflies in the stomach. - Do you believe in fate? So powerful and whimsical. In predestined meeti
So okay folks new story here even though I can't even finish the others. But I must do this cause I think it's easy to write this comedy x romance fic. By the way the plot was from the story on Webtoon entitled "Not so Shoujo Love Story " by Curryuku and you can check it out, they are cute couple and also you'll laugh really hard. P. S It was the plot of the other story, yes, but I may put some twist on this fic.May
Who knew that a simple smile can make me fall in love?
so I've had this in mind for a while and I finally write it down. I called it a drabble or perhaps a one shot story- actually I'm not sure lol but it's just a short story and I don't know if I'm going to continue a full one or let it be like this. Either way, hope you guys enjoy this short one!
Tzuyu reads a letter written by Momo and is curiously wondering if what she wrote in the letter is true about what Tzuyu really wants to know.
Working as a business banker, Sana was often out there on a business trip overseas. She’d gone to every big cities you could name. Flying was soon becoming a huge part of Sana’s life. Yet, sometime Sana was just not in the mood—the long flights, the jam-packed schedules between briefings and presentations, even barely setting foot outside of the hotel building—she grew tired doing any of it. Complain all she wanted, but she still had to, because that was one of her duties. She