Dark Waters Dark WatersDark Waters by Paniintodust
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Sent: 08/13/2012; 20:56
From: Joey Jordison
To: Wednesday 13
I know I haven't spoken to you in months. Last time I saw you, I said some stuff that... well, I meant it...
Something felt different tonight. At least how Wednesday saw it. Different in a good or a bad way. He wasn't even going to care. Also different from what? Different from different different or from different–?
"Dude, shut up, you're drunk"
Joey fell down on the coach next to him, nonchalantly dropping his legs across his lap and handing him another bottle.
"Well, screw you, 'cause I don't care"
Wednesday opened the bottle up and took a deep gulp from it. Sweet, sweet bitterness in his throat and lightness in his head.
"So tell me, when did drinking become a cri~me…"
"Never did," Joey answered, "but babbling senselessly because of it might just make the list"
"Yeah, whatever," Wednesday reached for the
Seeing you suffer, seeing you smileYou know, I'm here and I have a gun. Not funny. I'm here and I have a gun. And I like that.Seeing you suffer, seeing you smile by Paniintodust
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Been waiting for this moment all my life. All my life. All day long. You know, there was this picture, on this internet. Yesterday. A lifetime ago. And below that was a dinosaur with the head of a man, and I didn't even understand, but there were children behind the corner and I saw their faces and they were so so afraid. And he's looking just like that now. No, not like the dinosaur, you idiot. Not like in that picture. But like the children. Like the boy, maybe. Like the girl, maybe.
I closed his mouth with something, something I had. It was there and I took it and now he's still crying, shh, shh, I'm not going to hurt you. I'm not going to go. I am here, I like that. I like you. I love you. I love you. I hate you.
There was this picture on this internet, a lifetime ago, and there was the dinosaur below it. And the children were crying, shh, shh, and I wanted to see you cry. More than anyth
Distant Minds, EpilogueDistant Minds, Epilogue by chee-wee
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(A Year Later)
After a very busy year following the album's release, the couple were glad to be back at home and relaxing; nothing would be happening for a while. They'd toured everywhere they could afford to go: Europe, the UK, Asia, Australia/New Zealand, Canada and of course, America got their attention.
Probably most of it. They loved home and, as much as they enjoyed seeing the sights that other countries had to offer, they still liked to come back: gave them a chance to see friends or families on a day off, if they were near them.
Anyway, Joey had Slipknot and Wednesday had his solo project, they both had other ways to see the world. That didn't matter now, they were very happy to be home and settled down permanently.
Since the two were happy, and everyone knew now: including the fans; all their family members and their friends were glad too, they wanted the couple to be happy so obviously, if they were, then, they were too.