Phantom of the Opera - Help Me Say Good-byeHe’s still here.Phantom of the Opera - Help Me Say Good-bye by LindyRose2
I could sense his powering aura, although now it was weak. He is dying...
Pressing a small hand to the door, I gently pushed it open to see nothing but darkness. A lit candle did little to help see where I was going.
The door to his room was open slightly. I crossed the floor, carefully stepping over broken glass, paper with ink splatters, and melted candle wax.
A harsh cough echoed throughout the darkness before a broken melodious voice gasped, “C-Christine?”
I smiled and came toward the coffin bed as a long thin hand reached upward. I grasped it, gasping at the cold skin that was even colder. A deathly white and frozen as ice.
"You came back..." my poor angel sighed, "Erik's sweet Christine came back for him... to say goodbye..."
"I came back," I whispered, "to say 'I love you.'"
Erik's broken melodious voice chuckled harshly, "You love your young boy, my dear. You cannot love a monster like me."
"I didn't come all this way to ar
The Difference in Angels and DemonsI’m living a dream, in a fairytale land,The Difference in Angels and Demons by Stirack
Surrounded by music and beauty!
The Angel, you see,
He watches over me,
My wonderful Angel of Music!
I’ve nothing to fear,
When my Teacher is near,
For his voice- like a prayer-
Scares the shadows and demons away.
My ingénue dear
Should not believe all she hears;
For what a scream she would cry
If the dreams faded by
And a monster then stood in their place.
What would she do,
If none of this were true?
And that true love’s kiss
Could not turn this frog into a prince?
I love my Angel,
And he loves me!
I’m a charlatan, true,
But now there’s little I can do.
And one day, you’ll see!
It’ll be just him and me!
And we’ll sing for the choir of Heaven!
What can I offer her- pain, deceit?
A corpse, hung in black
With the glowing eyes of a hell-cat?
So here I shall wait-
And wait, and wait-
So close to Heaven’s gate,
Loving my Angel,
My Angel of Music.
And here I will be,
A fool, truly,
Phantom of the Opera - Alternate EndingThe door blew open and with a rustle of skirts and flying cloaks, the door was sealed again.Phantom of the Opera - Alternate Ending by LindyRose2
“Well,” a tall man said through a breathy voice, “that went better than I thought it would.”
“Indeed, my dear Erik,” a petite woman asked, still trying to stifle her giggling, “What did you expect? Something a bit more mellow-dramatic?”
“Quite the opposite, my dear Christine,” Erik smiled, turning to lock the door to his secret home, “I wasn’t expecting you to follow me willingly. I was actually afraid you wouldn’t go along with my little... kidnapping.”
“Kidnapping? I wouldn’t call it kidnapping if the person wanted to be by your side.”
Christine smiled as Erik returned to her side, grasping her hands in his gloved covered ones. As he looked down at her small hands in his large bony ones, she looked at his mismatched eyes hiding behind the black mask he always wore.
Erik was silent; as he bega