Only add deviations which are related to Haruka!
Bashing is prohibited. It's rude and unnecessary.
Be respectful to EVERY member of the group and anyone who has submitted deviations into the gallery!
Do not cause a fuss if you have a problem. Calmly tell one of the Admins outside of the group, preferably by note and we shall try and resolve the problem as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Make sure all your deviations have been placed into the correct folder in the Gallery. If you are not sure as to where it goes a description of what each folder can contain can be seen in each folder. OTHERWISE UNRELATED DEVIATIONS TO THAT FOLDER WILL BE REMOVED!
Make sure any screenshots you submit have been clearly credited to their rightful owner.
Yaoi, Shounen-ai and Mature content is allowed.
And finally NO stealing other deviants work and claiming it to be yours. It's very rude, disrespectful and would not like it if it was done to you! And more importantly I'm pretty sure it goes against the DA rules as well!
There is an unlimited number of deviations that you can submit per day but bare in mind if it's not Haruka related it will be removed. However only Admin have the power to add deviations to the featured folder!
And so that is pretty much it!
Hopefully you'll enjoy being a member of this group and equally share the love of all things Haruka! I'm a really easy going person so as long as you don't do
anything stupid we will have a blast!
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Haruka Nanase x Reader- Wintery DayHaruka Nanase x Reader- Wintery Day by animepikachu
The snow had just started to fall for the first time this winter. You loved this time; the snow falling gently on the trees and roofs made you smile.
It was quite chilly, so you decided to make some hot chocolate to warm up.
You carefully prepared the hot beverage so as not to spill it and burn yourself.
Once you finished making it, you grabbed your mug and went over to the living room where you sat on your plush sofa and watched the snow fall.
A few minutes later, you thought you had heard the jingling of keys outside. Haru had finally come home.
The blackette had been on a trip to Australia for a competition and also to visit Rin who was living there. He had been gone for two months, so you missed him a lot.
"Welcome home." You would say when you saw him at the door. He would smile and kiss you and tell you how much he missed you.
You raced to the door and opened it in a flash.
You were shocked when you saw Makoto who looked like he was going to faint.
"Makoto? What's wrong?"
w h i s p e r | Haruka X Wife!Mummy!Reader [RQ]w h i s p e r | Haruka X Wife!Mummy!Reader [RQ] by smtownfanatic
For the wonderful
w h i s p e r
Through rose coloured glasses, the world is dusted in an ethereal glow
Moments seemed to pass by faster as days would turn into weeks, then months
People would blame it on global warming; or perhaps mistaking it as human error
Some would pray, seek medical attention or sell their souls...
I think they were afraid.
It scared them - and me too.
As humans, we’re guilty of liking things that are concrete, like the ocean or a warm bed. Something you could physicall
Haruka Nanase x Reader- Dreams (100th Deviation!)Haruka Nanase x Reader- Dreams (100th Deviation!) by animepikachu
When you're a child, you can't wait to grow up and do everything adults could do. You want your childhood to zip by and you want to show everyone you're a grownup person. You want to be independent, able to do things on your own. You want to move out from your parents', and you want to find someone you love, get married and have children, then grow old and be happy.
This was your childhood dream, and you couldn't wait for it to happen. You had planned exactly how you wanted everything to happen, and you expected it to happen just like that, no interruptions or issues.
What you didn't expect though, was that not everything in life goes your way.
Your sobbing could be heard throughout the playground. Your crouched figure was underneath the slide as you cried your little heart out.
You had just moved halfway across the country, with new people and new surroundings. You left your old friends and everything you knew. The new children weren't