.:Chapter 3-Kingdom Hearts:.The Nobody had the two pieces of the fallen star inside each of his pockets.
He stood and looked around to see if the cactus had returned, but it never did. So, to spare himself another moment of sadness, he went to his castle home.
Instead of going straight to his room, as he usually did, he went outside, hoping for a real star that wasn't falling to be in the sky.
When he looked up with excited eyes, he only saw the pale light reflecting off of Kingdom Hearts.
He sat on the steps forming on the stairs, only staring at the great heart above him.
"Kingdom Hearts..." Roxas muttered to himself.
"The heart of all hearts..."
More lonely than ever before, the boy only watched the sky. It was wide and spread all throughtout the dark world, and it was a blank color.
He began to ask the heart questions, even though he knew it would not answer.
"Kingdom hearts, how do your pulses feel? What is it that makes you worth it all? Can you understand what love is?"
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.:Chapter 2: The Cactuar:.Defeated and hopeless, the blond boy went to his room and cried in his bed. The safe walls of his bedroom kept him warm, and the tears falling from his face kept him thinking about love.
"I don't get it..."
The yellow star lay on the counter, since the boy could not bear to look at it.
"I have no one to share that star with..."
The blond boy wiped his face with the sleeve of his black coat.
"I guess I'll just have to find someone then!"
The boy named Roxas ventured out to find someone to share the yellow fruit with. He searched all the worlds, until finally stumbling upon a vast desert.
"I wonder if anyone's here."
He turned his head this way and that, as if he were a little lost sparrow. Finally, he spotted a strange object that stuck out in the yellowish sand.
It was a green type of a plant, and it had two arms and two eyes. There sat a pink flower on it's head and it's entire body was covered in spikes.
The strange plant was a cactuar.
.:Chapter 1: The Paopu Fruit:,He stared at him. The red head.
Half of the time, the poor blonde Nobody hadn't a clue on what the red head was talking about.
This was clearly one of those times.
"I don't get it, Axel," Roxas complained.
"Ah, you need a heart to understand it," Axel laughed, staring off into the sunset in the distance.
Roxas only shifted umcomfortably in his seat on the rim of the clocktower. For a while, there was silence. To keep the conversation from dying out, Roxas continued to talk.
"Well, if you need a heart to understand what love is, why can you get it?" He asked, almost like an innocent child would ask.
Axel only shrugged at his younger friend's question. "I never said I did, got it memorized? I've had really bad experiances with all that stuff. And I hated it. You know, when I actually had a heart." Then, he chuckled, memories of his past somehow flooding back in front of his bright green eyes.
"I still don't get it," the impatient Nobody thought aloud.
"What's it like
Teddy Bears and FrogsHe stared, never looking away. Whether there was the simplest sound of wind blowing in the distant background, where the window was left barely open, or there was the sound of loud footsteps and clanks of metal of people sparring, he wasn't looking anywhere else but where his eyes were fixed tightly on. He just simply refused look away.
"Fuu..." the blond haired boy said aloud. He wrapped his hands together, resting them on his back as he paced in small circles, though his gaze never melted from that direction.
"I have..." he said, taking a long pause. "Something to tell you..."
He blinked quickled, staring. "Well don't you want to know what it is!?" Ventus screamed.
The purple teddy bear sitting on the table fell on it's side.
"Well..." Ventus said. "I'm gonna tell you anyways...!"
The blond haired boy cleared his throat before speaking.
"Fuu. I like you. A lot. You're pretty."
The stuffed bear had large, black, round eyes, a purple nose made of thread, and a large pink
Mario-RikaiI went directly to my laptop after throwing my bookbag across the floor of my closet.
Opening it up, I typed in the password, and I went directly into the private chat room.
"Mario..." I remember typing in that day.
"Are you there?"
"Hello, Kairi," said the message almost seconds after I sent mine. "How are you today?"
"I'm fine," I typed in with one hand. "And you?"
"I've been better..."
I met him online. He said that his real name wasn't really Mario, but that I could call him that. No matter how much I'd beg and pleaded for him to tell me his real name, he would always refuse.
"Never mind. You looked really pretty today in school, I guess it was too much beautiful for me to handle."
I blushed after reading his response. Then, I stared at the computer moniter waiting for my fingers to reply.
"Aw, Mario, you're so sweet!"
Then, I remember smiling.
"You go to my school?"
There was seconds of hesitation, but he did respond.
Lock and Key-RikaiAs I reached for my books inside of my large, metalic locker, I heard a group of girls giggling behind me.
"Aren't boys really cute when they have journels?" One, Selphie, asked, giggling so much that I almost got a migraine from the high pitched noise.
"Yeah!" I heard a girl say, along with murmurs of agreement.
With that, I found myself blushing extremely hard, for in my hands, I held my journel.
"Riku!" A voice called out directly behind me.
Quickly, I covered up my journel with a math textbook. Then, I turned to the voice.
Behind me stood a boy with his hands wrapped together behind his head. He wore a large grin, as always, and looked to me.
"Hey, Sora," I said, closing and locking my locker as loose papers flew out.
"Hi! Ready to go?" he asked, gesturing towards the exit door of the school.
"Nope. I have detention," I said, sighing at the thought of abandoning my friends on the school bus.
"What for?" Sora asked, tilting his head to the side.
I just yawned, not really
Mr. Simple-RikaiIt has been two years.
He finally came back to the islands after two long years.
And he didn't even want to look at me.
I gave him small hints every now and then; I purposely tripped so that he could catch me, I stared at him when he was looking, I went to his house and left him two heart shaped valentines that even included my name.
The two valentines were those I made for Riku when he was away, saving the worlds or some sort.
But, he decided to play Mr. Simple!
He ignored me. Never answered my calls.
I paced my room in deep thought.
"He just doesn't get it, does he?" I asked myself, angrily grumbling.
"How do you not get that one of your closest friends likes you?" I questioned, my pace quickening.
"What's wrong with this kid!?" I asked, storming out the door. "I'm telling Riku that I like him!" I exclaimed, determined to get the truth out.
"Riku!" I exclaimed, banging on his door.
After a few seconds of impatiently waiting on the welcome
I always thought that he didn't like me.
-That he down right hated me.
He was always laughing at me, when I made a mistake, or tripped, or said something stupid.
It started since the day I knew him.
And it still happened from when he came back to the islands after a long wait.
See, Riku had always been my friend. He was quiet at times, he was sarcastic, and his humor was deadish.
But he was my friend.
One of the closest friends I could ever have.
The only flaw in him was his contant use of acronyms.
It started when I met him.
"Riku!" my first friend, Sora, exclaimed, pointing to a five year old boy with eyes of green and hair of silver. "This is Kairi!" Then pointing to me.
"H-Hi..." I said a in a timid whisper, walking towards the boy, since we were at such far distance.
I tripped though, and I fell to the ground, scraping my bare knee. "Ow!" I exclaimed as I hit the ground.
Sora's eyes widened tremendously, staring at the small ooze of blood
Like THIS---"Damn it, Tidus," Riku grumbled darkly, staring at the boy near him cower in fear as heartless surrounded him.
"What do we do, R-Riku?" Tidus asked, shuddering.
"Stay back," Riku ordered, summoning his keyblade, much to his later regret.
"Whoa..." Tidus said with amazement. "What's that..?" he asked, momentarily forgetting his fear for the heartless creatures.
Riku rolled his eyes and attacked the dark shadows.
"So, what is that?" Tidus asked curiously when all the heartless were vaporized.
"A keyblade," Riku grumbled, walking away.
"Where'd you find it?" Tidus asked, following the silver haired boy.
"Go away, Tidus," Riku said, glancing at him with a death glare that meant he was serious.
But Tidus refused to understand.
"What were those things?"
"When'd you learn how to use that giant key thing?"
"Stupid Tidus..." Riku thought as Tidus continued to blabber on and on with his many questions.
Soon, Wakka and Selphie joined the conversation.
"What are you hiding, mon?"
"I heard rumor