Due to my complete and utter lack of inspiration, I've decided to post a shit ton of Bubbline one-shots! 25-30, to be exact! And I want YOU (the reader) to submit one-shot ideas to me that I will write and publish in this little collection! Read the bottom A/N for more details!


Honestly, Bonnibel didn't know why she allowed her friends drag her to this stupid concert. Maybe because it had been a month since her breakup, and she finally decided it was time to move on.

Even now, it still hurt to think about her.

"I loved her, Lady," she'd sobbed countless times into her best friend, Rain 'Lady' Jang,'s shoulder.

And she did. They'd been childhood friends, until she moved away. Then, eight years later, they reunited in their senior year at Ooo High School. They'd been dating for three years, until they had the biggest argument since their childhood.

And who was this mystery band, anyway? Bonnie had no idea. They wouldn't tell her. They simply said it'd help her. Why were they being so secretive? Again, Bonnie had no clue. She could only put her faith in her old friends, and hope for the best.

"Oh my glob you guys, this better be worth our time," LSP, another one of Bonnibel's closest friends, whispered loudly to Lady and Jake. Jake was Lady's boyfriend, and a mutual friend of Bonnibel's and... hers.

The small bar was packed with sweaty bodies. This band was rather popular, it seemed.

Bonnibel chose to ignore her friends' obvious whispering. She was more concerned about trying not to suffocate in the small space in front of the stage. Yes, the front. Surprisingly, the group of four managed to snag reservations for the front row. How, Bonnibel didn't know.

All in all, this entire night out was a mystery for the pink-haired girl.

She could only imagine what her friends planned for her.

Finally, the lights of the stage flashed.

"Ladies and gentlemen, prepare to have your ears blown off-" A male's voice began, only to be interrupted by a female's.

"Shut up, Bongo!"

"Hehe, sorry."

"Get ready to hear... Marceline and the Scream Queens!" A familiar voice yelled.

"Marceline..." Bonnibel whispered, her body frozen with shock. "Lady, Jake, LSP, why am I-"

Before she could finish, there she was, in a flash. Almost like she'd magically appeared there. Marceline. The love of her life. Her ex-girlfriend.

She was as beautiful as always. Same long, ebony black hair. Same endless legs beneath torn shorts. Same striking crimson eyes. Same pale skin.

Only...

Something about her was different now.

Her hair wasn't as flowing as it usually was. Just above the edge of her shorts, Bonnibel could swear she saw scars. Beneath her eyes were dark bags, and they didn't shine as brightly. And her skin was paler than usual, almost sickly-looking.

Bonnibel frowned. What was eating away at her love? No, she can't call her that anymore. Not after she tore her heart into pieces.

"Alright, guys, this show'll be a little short. Only three songs," Marceline listened as the crowd muttered 'aww'. "Don't worry, they're good ones!" She scanned the front row and her eyes settled on a certain pink-haired girl. Her heart skipped a beat. The plan was going perfectly. "First up is 'I'm Just Your Problem'!"


"Alright, guys, the last song of the night," Marceline smiled sadly. "I wrote it a few weeks back, after making the biggest mistake of my life. Bonnibel, if you're still here, I'm sorry. This song is called 'Let Her Go'."

Bonnibel felt shock ripple through her once again.

Well you only need the light when it's burning low
Only miss the sun when it starts to snow
Only know you love her when you let her go

Was that a tear in Marceline's eye? No, it had to have been the reflection, Bonnibel wondered.

Only know you've been high when you're feeling low
Only hate the road when you're missin' home
Only know you love her when you let her go
And you let her go

Both of the girls felt a pang in their chests.

Does Marceline really mean it? Bonnibel wondered.

Does Bonnibel undestand? Marceline hoped.

Staring at the bottom of your glass
Hoping one day you'll make a dream last
But dreams come slow and they go so fast
You see her when you close your eyes
Maybe one day you'll understand why
Everything you touch, oh it dies

Marceline closed her eyes, the pain of her rising tears too much.

But you only need the light when it's burning low
Only miss the sun when it starts to snow
Only know you love her when you let her go
Only know you've been high when you're feeling low
Only hate the road when you're missin' home
Only know you love her when you let her go

After all the years they dated, Marceline never said she'd loved Bonnibel. That's what they frequently argued about. Was she saying so now?

Staring at the ceiling in the dark
Same old empty feeling in your heart
'Cause love comes slow and it goes so fast
Well you see her when you fall asleep
But never to touch and never to keep
'Cause you loved her too much
And you dived too deep

Marceline couldn't remember the last time she'd had a full night's sleep. She'd been up all night, imagining other ways their argument could have gone. Ways she could have stopped herself from walking out the door.

Bonnibel hadn't gotten much sleep either. Memories of the argument played over in her head. Memories of their greatest moments together. Ways she could have stopped Marceline from walking out the door.

Well you only need the light when it's burning low
Only miss the sun when it starts to snow
Only know you love her when you let her go
Only know you've been high when you're feeling low
Only hate the road when you're missin' home
Only know you love her when you let her go
And you let her go oh, oh, ooh, oh no
And you let her go oh, oh, ooh, oh no
Well you let her go

A few tears noticeably escaped Marceline's eyes. Bonnibel began to weep silently. LSP, Lady, and Jake all fist bumped. The plan – hopefully – worked!

'Cause you only need the light when it's burning low
Only miss the sun when it starts to snow
Only know you love her when you let her go
Only know you've been high when you're feeling low
Only hate the road when you're missin' home
Only know you love her when you let her go

Marceline's voice became soft. A ghostly whisper in the whiskey-scented air.

'Cause you only need the light when it's burning low
Only miss the sun when it starts to snow
Only know you love her when you let her go
Only know you've been high when you're feeling low
Only hate the road when you're missin' home
Only know you love her when you let her go

A slight pause. Marceline's crimson eyes met Bonnibel's light blue ones. A thousand unspoken words whispered through just one look.

And you let her go

Marceline's last notes hung in the air. The crowd was silent. Her cheeks were wet. Bonnibel's own cheeks were streaked with tears.

"Bonnie," Marceline began. "Bonnie, I'm an idiot. I'm a fuck up. You've known that since we were ten though, huh?" She chuckled dryly, followed by a sniffle. "I can't even explain how much you mean to me, so... I guess I'll just try my best.

The first day I met you, I thought love was something that hit you. Like, you look at the person, and bam you love them.

The first time I saw you, after moving away, I realized that maybe, just maybe, love wasn't just something from fairytales. That maybe there was such thing as soul mates.

The first time I kissed you, I knew. Soul mates are... well, they're someone who loves you for you. They challenge you to face your demons, cheering from the sidelines and even occasionally helping you.

They protect you from your fears, but at the same time dare you to face them.

They hold the key to the lock on your cold heart. They take your breath away with a simple smile.

They point out your flaws and help you fix them. They change you for the better.

Bonnie, I don't know why it took me so long to admit it to myself and you, but... I love you. You're my soul mate."

Bonnibel felt tears spring in her eyes. She'd never heard Marceline speak of her feelings so freely before, especially not in a large crowd like this.

A pale hand reached down towards her.

"Can you ever forgive me?" Marceline whispered to her.

Bonnie looked to her friends. They gave her an approving nod. They knew all along the two would get back together. They were meant to be together.

She took Marceline's hand and was pulled onto the cheap stage, flush against the bassist slash vocalist.

"Marcy..." Bonnibel whispered, tears beginning to streak down her face once more.

Marceline wiped the water away with the pad of her thumb. "Bonnie..."

"I love you," Bonnie murmured.

"I love you, too." Marceline grinned, connecting their lips in a passionate kiss.

The audience cheered.

Neither girl could believe it. They were with their true love, after what happened.

"Marceline?" Bonnibel began when they pulled away from the kiss. The black-haired girl hummed. "Please don't ever leave me again."

"I won't, Bonnie... I promise." She kissed Bonnibel again.

For once, Marceline knew this was a promise she'd keep. Forever. She had a feeling Bonnibel knew, too.


Okay! So, what'd you think?
So, about the one-shots thing... I want you to give me ideas. It can be anything! Modern Day AU, smut, song, pretty much anything as long as it relates to Bubbline! Thanks for reading! Feel free to PM and/or review your ideas to me!