In His ArmsNo one remembered me, and no one ever would. I didn't know what to do or where to go, so I did as I always did: I went to the clock tower to watch the sunset. My friends, Roxas and Axel, weren't there, so I was left alone with only my memories of them. It wasn't enough. I buried my face in my knees and sat there, not daring to watch the sunset alone.When I eventually looked back up, I saw a boy sitting beside me. He was silent and stared only ahead, not necessarily at the sun, but maybe at nothing in particular. I don't know how long ago he had come. I hadn't heard his footsteps when he came. I didn't even recognize him.I didn't know what to say, so I waited for him to speak first. He eventually did, and the first thing he said to me was, "What are you in for?""What?" I asked clueless as to what he was talking about."Oh come on," he said, not looking at me for even a second."Don't you know where we're at?" His voice was dark."No," I said."We're in the deepest voids of his heart.
ConfusionShe did not know how to contain her joy. "Kairi? Did I do something wrong?" "Leave me alone, Riku." Truly, deep inside, she was simply... overjoyed. "Fine. I'll leave you alone, but when you're ready to talk I'll be by the paopu fruit tree." Riku's return to the islands was abrupt, too sudden for the overwhelmed red head. She just did not know how she was supposed to feel about the sudden return of his two year departure. She should have been feeling *happy*, shouldn't she? Why did she feel so angry instead?Because he's a jerk, Kairi tried telling himself immaturely. Kairi, eventually, decided that she was angry because she was confused. She was confused because she didn't feel immediate happiness when fully realizing that Riku had finally come home. She approached him with arms crossed and eyes narrowed in a glare. She had been taking out all of her anger out on him. "Hey, Kai. You ready
Sebastian Michaelis x Reader: Red RosesHe was tall. That was the absolute first thing that you noticed. He was tall. He was a tall, slim, physically attractive man in a black suit. You were impressed. You had even been staring at him without realizing it until he asked you what was so wrong.“Is something the matter, Miss?”“It’s nothing,” you muttered, blushing as red as the tomatoes that were in the barrels beside you. You both had crossed paths in the market.“If you insist,” he said, closing his eyes formally for a second.Without saying another word to you, he walked away, tomatoes in his gloved hands. You felt a mix of shame and disappointment, but you decided that it was best to forget about the stranger. You had already taken a mental picture of his beauty anyway.You ran into him once more, however. After your second meeting, you never saw him again. It was when you both stood in line to pay. You made conversation with the man. You even got him to intro
DrownedHer fan conceals herAs tears fall like dead blossomsEyes already drowned.-
Rain DropsRain, rain, go away……Come again another day…It had been raining lightly as Jack flew around. He could hear a familiar jingle in his head, a cheesy little song being sung by a very familiar voice as the rain continued to fall. He had been frustrated, at first, because he could not figure out who had been singing it in his memories.Then, he had suddenly recalled a face merrily singing the song.Jack’s expression had softened upon remembering her. He had then stopped flying, and he slowly floated down onto the roof of a vacant house. He sat, cross legged, and he stared down at the foggy glass of a skylight. The mist of the rain had made it possible for the glass to be drawn on.The white haired boy was wearing his blue hood over his head in an attempt to stay dry. His hands, as usual, were cold, but his breath was warm and did not create frost as he slowly spoke to himself. “Rain, rain, go away, huh?”He, with a shaking finger, drew on the