Header Background Image

    Chapters

    • Genres

    • Fandoms

    • Characters

    • Order

    • I. darling, don’t you cry

      Darling, don't you weepThere's a place for meSomewhere we can sleepSee you in your dreams The library had been quiet that day save for the rain thumping against the windows.  Thump, thump, thump.  Sophie tried not to think too much about the many dead-ends of her life, but it was hard not to think about it when the library was empty.  She was supposed to be more—someone making groundbreaking discoveries. But instead, there she was, twenty-nine years old, taking care of the…
    • Turn your foreign relations personal

      Today happened to be a very important day for Princess Rarity of Equestria. Lady Cadance, the young pegasi ruler of the Crystal Empire, was visiting the castle for the first time that day, which Twilight knew was significant to Rarity for one reason and one reason only:  Lady Cadance was very beautiful, and Rarity very clearly wanted to fawn all over her.  “Do you think she’ll like me?” Princess Rarity asked dreamily for the tenth time that hour, lying on her bed and admiring an…
    • Holiday Caroling

      The wheels of the old toy wagon scraped the icy early morning snowed-on pavement, almost but not quite buckling under the weight of the portable guitar amplifier and the portable power generator it was plugged into. Christmas decorations hung all over the ritzy neighborhood apartment, each looking like it wanted to outshow its neighbors.  The wheels came to a stop, the handle falling to the ground with a soft thud as Rainbow adjusted the electric guitar hanging from the back of her coat and…
    • Is that an asymptote in your pocket

      Making her way downtown, trotting fast, Rarity was Golden Oaks-bound. A saddlebag bounced at her side, reminding her with every thump of the heavy book inside it.  She knew she should have said “no, thank you” when Twilight insisted she took it home to read. She knew she would hate it—really, who would like a risqué romance book titled Calculust except for Twilight?—but she’d been too polite to say no and so now there she was. Returning it that same day, the word “tangenitals” seared…
    • The BEST roommate

      In Rainbow Dash’s humble opinion, it was very cool for Fluttershy that they were now roommates. Sure, it sucked that the cottage was under renovation due to some freak firestorm, but until that was fixed, Rainbow was determined to make sure her dear friend lived the GOOD life.  We probably need more furniture, Fluttershy had suggested, which Rainbow didn’t understand—what else would you need besides a fridge, a sleeping bag, a chair, and a TV—but she wasn’t about to say no to her…
    • i’m not yours and you’re not mine

      I'm not yours, and you're not mineBut we can sit and pass the timeNo fighting wars, no ringing chimesWe're just feeling fine I.  It was a fact unsaid that Fluttershy and Rarity were the best of friends.  Wherever they went, they usually went together, coordinating their busy schedules to match their free time.  Fluttershy liked this. She always enjoyed Rarity’s company, right from the start when the unicorn was her only friend, to even now, when she had many other friends…
    • ~ Act I ~ 11 ~ The Broken Star ~

      “Princess Luna?” “Yes, little one?” “Are you scared of the Spirit?” “Scared? There is not much more he can do to me now, is there?” “He’s a big meanie for putting you… wherever you are!” “Sometimes I fear I’d have become a more terrible creature if he’d not put me in here first.” …Another busy day for Rarity, working away with her sewing machine inside Carousel Boutique. Ponyville could be awfully dull, but today at least she had three dresses to…
    • To Accept or Not Accept

      Finally.  Finally, after three full hours, Incantation had gotten the foals to agree to their afternoon nap. Standing on the Dreamland’s theatre, she proudly watched over the dozen little snoring bundles she called her family.  She knew everything about them, from their favorite colors to their favorite books to their favorite games. She didn’t know all these things because it was her job, mind you, but because they were her family. The foals, unlike their parents, didn’t yet have any…