Everything is Phantom and nothing hurts <3
Sing for me!
Leroux - Erik; Phantom of the Opera
So, I was going through my old photobucket account and found this…I luled so bad
Oh, mad Christine, who wanted to see me! When my own father never saw me and when my mother, so as not to see me, presented me with my first mask! Erik the Phantom in Gaston Leroux’s The Phantom of the Opera
One has to get used to everything in life, even to eternity. Erik the Phantom in Gaston Leroux’s The Phantom of the Opera
I give you five minutes to spare your blushes. here is the little bronze key that opens the ebony caskets on the mantle piece in the Louise-Phillipe room. In one of the caskets you will find a scorpion, in the other, a grasshopper, both very cleverly imitated in Japanese bronze: they will say yes or no for you. If you turn the scorpion round, that will mean to me, when I return that you have said yes. The grasshopper will mean no… The grasshopper, be careful of the grass hopper! A grasshopper does not only turn: it hops! It hops! And it hops jolly high! Erik the Phantom in Gaston Leroux’s The Phantom of the Opera
You will be the happiest of women. And we will sing, all by ourselves, till we swoon away with delight. You are crying! You are afraid of me! And yet I am not really wicked. Love me and you shall see! All I wanted was to be loved for myself. Erik the Phantom in Gaston Leroux’s The Phantom of the Opera