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Sometimes he can feel it. This empty feeling somewhere inside of him, like he's incomplete.
Most people HATE Mason Verger. I love him-the TV version, that is, as I know no other. I firmly believe that TV Mason is part of Fullerverse and not an exact replica of the Thomas Harris version. My love poems to Mason represent MY opinion and interpretation of him. I do not own Mason Verger. None of us do.
I understand that Mason is a despicable, horrible psychopath and not a very nice person at all. Of course, the same goes for Hannibal. He's pretty shitty too. This does not stop me or many of you from being absolutely madly in love with either/or both. These are TV characters after all, and in no way, shape, or form (except for their looks) do they represent people I would want in my real life.
Anyone can express an opinion, particularly a well-supported opinion, but I take issue with those who want to impose on me (or on anyone) how I should feel about my favorite character.
Many of you LOVE Mads's Hannibal Lecter - I do too. Why does Hannibal get a pass on bad behavior, but Mason does not? They are both monsters. And I happen to love both of them like crazy.
Anyway, this is how I see Mason. This poem is for him.
Fandoms: Inception (2010)
12 Dec 2016
The story of a dozen totems, and the one that stays.
The story of a dozen dates they go on through the years, and the way Arthur finally, finally, catches up.
A rainy night, a horror movie, a bunch of idiots, and a hot guy who is your best friend.
What could go wrong with that, you ask?
Well, not exactly everything.
At least for Yuri, the ending is good enough.
jimin's the quiet one. jungkook's the school playboy.
jimin's confused and hoseok is a great friend.
warning: cliché af.
17 Nov 2019
Izuku Midoriya was 4 when he learned that not all men are created equal
Hitoshi Shinsou was 5 when he learned that not all men are created equal.
Shouto Todoroki was 6 when he learned that not all men are created equal.
Katsuki Bakugou was 7 when he learned that not all men are created equal.
Momo Yaoyorozu was 8 when she learned that not all men are created equal.
All children learn it at one point or another, but the Midoriya children are different. This fact of life hit them harder than most, but do you know what sets them apart?
They did something about it.
Alternatively: The story of how Inko Midoriya ends up with 16 vigilante children, 3 young kids, 3 older kids, 1 hero child, a husband that lights things on fire when he sneezes, and a partridge in a pear tree.
Fandoms: Captain America (Movies), Avengers Academy (Video Game), Hawkeye (Comics), Winter Soldier (Comics), The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types
29 Oct 2019
"I wouldn't do that if it were you." A male voice with a heavy French accent made him jump back, away from the ball, which lost half its luster. Turning to find the owner of the voice, Clint came face to face with a short, pot bellied man in a sweater and trousers, nothing like the other magical vendors Clint had come across. Usually they wore heavy dark tunics, trying to force a mysterious air that the man Clint's phrase projected into wearing damn plaid sweaters. "This little thing is treacherous, I never know what it can do to the one who touches it, last time I ended up on the other side of town." The man snorted, staring at the ball almost in anger.
Clint just wanted to buy coffee-scented candles and come home, getting into his favorite comics wasn't in his plans.