- "Stay back! I don’t want to hurt you."
- "Run, before it gets us!"
- "We have to hide."
- "You should leave. Now."
- "Oh god, is that blood?"
- "Oh my god! That man’s insane!"
- "Did you hear something?"
- "What happened? Where are we?"
- "What do you want with me?"
- "I’m sorry! Please, don’t hurt me!"
- "I’ll kill you. That’s not a threat; it’s a promise."
- "How dare you!"
- "Leave me alone."
- "What do they want with us?"
- "Help! Please, don’t leave me here!"
- "I should’ve know it’d be you."
don’т тнeιr ѕcreaмѕ,
мaĸe a вeaυтιғυl нarмony?
I could listen to them all day.
Hey hello! I just wanted to ask you where I can find the font you use? i really like it and wasn't sure of the name! :3
♠ Oʋե σƒ ɗ⍺ℜƙɴﻉss ♠: ℋello. Well, there are few certain fonts on my page, but everything was found in Google Fonts.
The familiar sounds of a dark, and eerie tune not unlike her sister’s siren song brought a glad smile to Syrena’s face. She already felt welcome in her re-entry to Halloweentown. Too much time had passed since she had visited her friend Jack Skellington. The town, filled with dark delights, had slipped into her mind moments after she had awoken that morning. It had been a rare evening when the mermaid had chosen to sleep the night before, due to a long day on land. After retiring to the sea, she had spent the night asleep in a warm current, floating wherever the water decided to take her. She had risen at dawn, and something about the light reminded her of the far off land she had not seen lately.
Syrena swam through the black water, surfacing just inside the town lines. She broke the surface, looking for the place she had hidden the dress he had given her on her last visit. She always kept clothes stored in her favorite places. It made visiting easier. In addition to that, she had not wished to take the beautiful dress the witches had created for her through the water. She found it rather quickly, and dried before slipping it on along with the shoes that were stored with it. She smiled to herself, excited to see her friend. Now, to find him.
As she waved hello to a few familiar faces, the mermaid savored the sight of the town she had missed. Her curious eyes darted back and forth, taking in what was similar and what had changed. She stopped at a poster advertising for a ball. She tilted her head curiously. She had never heard of such a thing.
⊰♚⊱—; A new day in Halloween Town, surprisingly, didn’t promise to be that busy for the king of that far away land. The whole kingdom enveloped by cryptic mist was bathing in its glorious feastive iridescence, pleasant to the eye of any dead resident. Spooks and ghosts howevered above shambolic gothic towers and roofs. Bats and little devils rambled all around. Ghouls-carpenters were pottering over their usual stuff creating new elements of domestic need and some toys which could work out as fine decorations or presents. In the chaotic town of Halloween everyone his place and did his job with pride. Sellers set on their trays heavily loaded with various goods and waited for customers. Salons and shops started to open and roving performers were slowly waking up. Musicians hurried to the squares to bring melodious tunes to the crowd and children were all excited about rumors of the forthcoming event.
With the king’s approval many informative posters were hung all around the town. The largest kingdom was preparing for the grand ball which had to be held this very night. Mummies adorned their swaths and bandages, vampires were choosing the best outfits, witches prepared spider-stew and other delightful dishes… Oh, yes, this had to be a very big party and from the early morning the king himself was checking out the things around the town. With the help of Mayor and his own shadows he helped to finish the things in time and was sure that everything will be done as splendid as many times before.
It wasn’t a very unexpected sight of a king who advised his faithful and beloved citizens. With the years he started to show up quite seldom, yet it didn’t mean he wasn’t around. He loved his kingdom and cared for everyone in particular. It was unbelievable, nevertheless he was a perfect example of a fair monarch.
The streets of Halloween Town were his veins and the folk was his blood. People of the whole kingdom believed that their ruler was the sun who enlivened everything and feeded each creation with force of a miracle. He was life-giving supreme being, a magician, a father and someone who dearly cared for smallest trifles in his homeland.