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Will you...-? Day 2"Roxas," Axel said, the stress lines on his forehead widening. "Roxas!"
The blond boy sat on a bench, humming along to his own song. His mind clearly drifting off into random thoughts, Axel sighed. "Get a hold of yourself," he scolded, pointing at the daydreaming Nobody.
When he recieved no output from the distracted boy, Axel smirked.
"Roxas, heartless!" he yelled out loud enough for the entire world of Twilight Town to hear.
"Where!?" Roxas asked, almost as suddenly as Axel. He then fell off his seat due to the sudden screaming.
Crossing his arms, Axel stared at Roxas. "Sheesh, what's wrong with you?" he asked, offering a hand to help him up.
"Sorry," Roxas muttered standing up. "I was just thinking."
"I can see that," Axel said, smirking. "What, were you thinking about Namine..." he asked, taking a long dramatic pause.
Roxas smiled sheepishly, looking to the ground. "A-A little bit," he said, flushing a dark shade of red.
"Are you in loooove?" Axel taunted
Remember me-Day 1I looked to the clocktower which was then ringing in four loud tolls.
It was four o'clock and she wouldn't get lost.
"Excuse me," I said in a polite mutter. "There's a giant heartless coming this way. Get off of the stairs."
She ignored me completely and continued to draw with the yellow crayon in her hand.
"Excuse me!" I said in a tone that was much more louder than before. "There's danger coming this way, get off of the stairs."
In front of me sat a blond girl who was humming softly to herself as she colored inside of her sketchbook. She seemed so carefree, ignoring my constent warnings.
"Get off the stairs!! A heartless is coming this way!" I yelled out, my face frustrated and almost angry.
She continued to hum, then colored with a blue crayon. She looked to her finished picture, clearly unsatisfied.
"Hey!" I exclaimed weakly, tired of being ignored. "A heartless...it's coming. Get off of the stairs..."
She tore the drawing out of her book and crumpled it into a ba
Rokunami-Bicycles and PhonesI saw him ride past my house in a bicycle built for two, a blond girl riding in the sratched up seat behind him.
I waved towards my neighbor, Roxas, who cheerfully waved back, almost losing control of the handlebars.
I chuckled softly to myself when looking towards Namine.
It seemed that the two Nobodies had found a way to love after all, even without a heart.
Namine held on tightly to Roxas as they progessed through the block.
Soon, the love birds were out of sight.
I stood up from my seat on the stairs of the porch, and I walked to the backyard, grabbing a spatula.
"Burn baby," I said, grinning as the fire of the grill shot up.
I coughed out ashes from my mouth, wiping my hands on my apron. The steak on the table was burnt on the inside and out, and smoke flew out of it.
"That...is unapatizing," I muttered, walking back to the porch to check to see if I had any mail.
I paused stiffly as I was opening the mailbox.
On the sidewalk, Roxas rode his bike, this time withou
Summer"Hey, Kairi, it's summer vaction here, right?" asked an uncertain Sora, shifting uncomfortably in his seat on the paopu fruit tree. Riku laughed. "Oh, Sora. Has defeating Xemnas really made you crave a vaction from school as well?" he asked, crossing his arms. He shot a glance to Kairi. "Tell me it's summer vacation," he said, his eyes wide.
Kairi giggled. "We're still in school here," she explained.
The two boys groaned in defeat.
"Will we ever get a break?" Riku grumbled miserably.
"I'm just kidding!" Kairi exclaimed, laughing. "School ended a few days ago."
Sora's mouth formed into a wide smile. "So it IS summer!!" he said, perfoming jumps and leaps in the air.
"At least we won't have to go back to school for a few months," Riku sniffed, pretending it was no big deal.
"So what are we gonna do?" Kairi asked, excited to have her friends during vaction for once.
"First things first!" Sora exclaimed, looking to Riku. "Where's all the crabs?" he asked, grinning evily.
Rainbows-VenfuuVentus lay under the bed, trembling to the sound of thunder, as he held a white teddy bear in his arms.
"The storm will be over soon," Aqua said softly, gesturing for Ventus to come out.
"Yeah, really soon," Terra agreed, smiling.
Ventus shook slightly less.
The heavy rain cleared up.
"Hey, look Ven," Terra said, grinning as he pointed to the bow of colors hanging in the blue sky.
Ventus looked up. "Whoa," he said, amazed. "What is it?"
"It's a rainbow, Ven," Aqua responded, smiling.
The trio ran outside of their castle in the land of departure, gazing at the sky after the thunderstorms had stopped.
"I've never seen that before!" Ventus exclaimed, lying on his back. "It's so colorful!"
Aqua smiled widely. "Ventus, did you know that at the end of every rainbow, there's treasure?" she asked, laughing slightly.
Terra crossed his arms, mouthing the words, "Don't tell him the lies you told me!"
Ventus sat up, intrigued. "What kind of treasure?" he asked.
"Secret treasure," Aqua sai
Perfection"Hey, Namine?" Ventus asked, looking to his friend.
"Yes?" Namine asked, giving him a small smile.
"You're perfect," Ventus responded, returning her smile.
"What?" Namine asked, laughing as she bit into the blue sea salt ice-cream bar.
The blond pair sat on the clocktower, enjoying the setting sun.
"Well, you know, in your own way," Ventus said, grinning in satisfaction with his comment.
Namine blinked, then looked to Ventus. "Oh?" she asked, curious to know what else Ventus had to say.
"You have flaws," Ventus said, not meaning to sound so blunt.
"Such as?" Namine asked, forcing a wide smile.
"If you really want to know..." he muttered, looking down.
His head shot up. "Your eyes are a little bit crooked, your lips are small, and your face is somewhat squarish," he explained, earning a slap on the cheek.
"Ow!!" he exclaimed, looking to Namine as she stood up.
She was clearly offeneded.
She started to walk down the clocktower when Ventus sprang up from his seat.
"Wait!" he exclaimed, ho
A promise to...Riku creeped around the roofs of the empty world, searching for something to do.
"It's strange," he thought to himself, leaping onto another roof.
"It's never been this quiet on the islands."
He jumped down to the ashes left on the ground.
"No one lives here, huh?" he mused.
He gasped, twirling around to find a small boy standing behind him.
"Who are you?" Riku asked, taking a step back.
This boy was strange. His light was strong.
"Who are you?" the boy retorted, looking up to Riku.
"I asked you first," Riku pointed out.
"Fair enough," The boy said. "My name's George."
"George?" Riku asked, blinking repeatedly underneath his blindfold.
"Riku? Why are you wearing a blindfold? You can't see?" George asked.
By the sound of his voice, Riku assumed his age was about five.
"Shouldn't you be with your family, George?" Riku asked, starting to walk away.
For some reason, unknown to even himself, when Riku thought of George, he thought of Sora.
"No," George said s
PrincessThe silver haired boy entered the cave, his hands stuck inside the pockets of his baggy pants.
He looked towards the drawings scribbled onto the walls, recalling his childhood.
Before he gave into the darkness.
He chuckled at several memories, and he shuddered and frowned at others.
Then he saw one particular drawing scratched on the wall near the door.
He bent down to look at the drawing more closely. When he realized who it was, he stared at it in disbelief.
It was a drawing of his friends, Sora and Kairi, sharing a paopu fruit.
Riku's eyes blinked sadly, his heart shattering into a million pieces. "Kairi," he said with remorse.
He always knew.
Sora liked Kairi as more than just his best friend.
He LIKED her.
Riku sighed. Then looked back to the drawing on the cave wall.
Maybe she liked Sora as more than just her friend too.
He stared blankly at the picture, wondering how he never told Kairi.
He LOVED her.
Why hadn't he told Kairi?The question rang through
Fairy tales-VennamiOnce upon a time there lived a boy in a small village.
I lived in the Land of Departure, an empty and lonely world.
He dreamt of miracles, fantasies.
I always would.
One day, he finally left home, determined to make his dreams come true in other towns.
I left home to explore the worlds.
He was lost.
I had always been.
He cried out for help-for somebody to point him in the right direction.
I just cried.
Finally, a fairy suddenly answered the boy's cries.
I met a girl named Namine.
The fairy was magical, so she could perform miracles.
She casted a unbreakable spell on me.
I fell in love.
Every fairy tale always has a conflict, otherwise it wouldn't even be a story.
My problem was that I wasn't sure if she loved me back.
The fairy told the boy that she was needed elsewhere.
Namine told me that she had to leave me.
He didn't want the fairy to leave.
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