Apple TreeTerra yawned and walked to the door as he heard a rapid knocking on it. He opened it. "Terra!" Ventus yelled, waving his arms. "I found a weird...bug...thing on my pillowcase!" he yelled out, panic rushing through his blue eyes. "I saw it moving, and I think it bit me!" he exclaimed, pointing to his finger. Terra yawned. "Ven. It's two in the morning, go to sleep," he muttered to the boy in star pajamas. "But! There's a bug on my pillowcase!" he exclaimed, frowning. "Go ask Aqua to get rid of it," Terra murrmured, closing his eyes. His eyes shot open when Ventus loudly screamed in his ear, "It's a little black circle with no legs!" Terra sighed, upset that Ventus woke him up just for a little bug. "Let's go see it," he said. Ventus ran towards his room, a sleepy Terra following.
"There it is!" Ventus yelled, looking to his bed. Terra walked over to the pillowcase and leaned down. He picked up a small apple seed. "This is not a bug, Ventus," he said calmly. "This is an apple seed. Apple
Silent DanceThere was a girl in my dreams. Her hair was a deep indigo color, her eyes flashing a dark red shade. The thing that caught my attention about her though, the most beautiful thing about her, was that elegant smile she wore. She had a dress made of fine silks and ribbons, the same color as her sparkling eyes. Everyone was dancing in the large ballroom, except for her.
I approached her, wearing a black suit with a matching cape that bore many rips and tears. I wore a fancy black hat that made my blond hair stick down. To cover my eyes, I wore a dark mask. "Wanna dance?" I asked her, smiling. She turned a slight crimson color and took the hand I extended out to her.
"I can't," she protested once we set foot on the dance floor. "Me neither!" I exclaimed. "But, that doesn't mean we can't try, right?" I asked her, my heart stealing the place of my voice. She smiled, and I took lead. Her dress
flowed as we danced around in slow circles, along with my ripped cape. As the music ended,
SeashellsRoxas walked by Destiny Islands looking down to his footprints that appeared on the wet sand. He stumbled to stop when he saw the large tidal wave crashing against the sand. Sora, lying right in front of it, got soaked.
He sputtered out the water from his mouth and sat up to get the salty ocean water out of his blue eyes. Roxas stared. When Sora got the water out of his eyes, he noticed his former Nobody staring at him. In the recent past, Sora had helped Roxas recieve a heart of his own. Roxas left to live in Twilight Town, so it deeply shocked Sora to see him again.
"Roxas!" he exclaimed, the usual smile on his face. "What brings you here?" he asked, standing up. Roxas smiled slightly, with a small hint of sadness. "Sora," Roxas said sadly.
"Is something wrong?" Sora asked, frowning with concern. Roxas ignored Sora's question and instead asked, "How's everything been?" Sora, his smile returning, causually placed his hands on the back of the head, his usual position.
"It's been great!
KissSora saw Kairi everytime he saw her. I saw Namine when Sora saw her. Kairi saw Sora. Namine saw me. So, everyone would be together again, right? If Sora-my somebody- was with Kairi, I would see Namine. And Namine saw me. The two Nobodies-beings without reasons to exist- could be with each other for an eternity, maybe even longer. But that was up to Sora and Kairi.
If they stopped being with each other, they'd be slowly ripping Namine away from me.
Without even knowing.
Then, on that dreadful day, I saw Namine angrily throwing a star shaped fruit at me-at Sora. "What did Sora do this time?" I wondered.
"Sora!" Kairi called out, glaring horribly.
"I-I-I can explain!" Sora yelled out, his arms waving.
"Then explain," Kairi said, her hands on her hips. She still glared.
Sora backed away.
"Coward," I thought.
"U-Um," he began, trying to find the right words. Kairi waited, her gaze hardening.
She was scary when she looked angry.
Sora smiled a weak and pathetic grin. "Sorry?" he said, asking
Trapped"Riku!" Sora exclaimed with fright in his voice. "Why did you turn off the light again!?" he asked.
"Enough with the dry humor!" Riku yelled out in panic. "Wait-you think I did that!?" he asked angrily.
"I know you did that!" Sora shouted.
"The school closed, Sora! We're stuck in here!" Riku yelled out, his voice echoing through the empty halls.
"In the darkness?" Sora asked, lowering his voice.
"Yeah," Riku told him. He started walking away towards the main hall. When Sora heard Riku's light footsteps walking away from him he yelled out, "Wait for me!" and he followed the sounds of his friend's footsteps.
"I think I found the light," Riku said, close by the main power switch.
"Let me help you turn it on," Sora said, lending Riku a hand to pull the large lever up. All the lights in the school turned on, one light bulb at a time.
"Okay, now where's the door?" Sora asked.
"HEY!" someone called out in a furious voice. The lights showed a shadow of a person running towards them. "The schoo
DitchingAs Riku scribbled on his math test, a small crumple of paper hit him on the back of his head. He looked back to see who threw it, but saw only Sora trying to act casually by whistling until the teacher told him to stop. Riku kicked the small crumple of paper in front of him and bent down to reach it. He opened it up and read the wrinkled note.
"Riku! Riku! Riku! Let's ditch for the rest of the classes! Your friend-Sora."
Riku raised an eyebrow. "Sora?" he thought. "Sora wants to ditch. What a joke," he thought, trying not to laugh.
Swiftly, he scribbled onto the note and threw it back to Sora in the form of a paper airplane. When Sora opened it up, he silently read Riku's reply.
Sora thought for awhile, but finally wrote back. "Because I didn't study for my science test next period."
He threw it back to Riku in the shape of and origami crane.
Riku laughed slightly at Sora's response and wrote, "Ok."
He threw the note back to Sora.
Sora gave Riku a large smile and a thumbs up.
For Riku loversYou walk around in your neighborhood, biting into the cold sea salt ice-cream you bought. But the frozen dairy treat results in giving you a massive brainfreeze.
Your eyes shrink and you mutter a scream, the ice-cream lump still in your mouth.
Suddenly, you hear small laughter. Your eyes narrow as you look around, trying to find the person laughing at your misery.
When you look up on the roof of the cat lady's home, you see a boy with long, silver hair, and a black flowing coat.
"Hey!" you call out, waving a fist. "What's so funny?" you ask.
When he realizes you're talking to him, he runs off and leaps onto another person's roof.
Irritated, you try to follow him, but he's too quick. That, and you can't jump onto roofs.
So you figure out where he's heading and beat him there.
You wait for him to arrive.
Leaping down a roof, the boy lands exactly in front of you, looking back. Probabely checking to see if you're still following him.
When he turns to you, he screams in shock.
"You were ov
Can You spare a heart?"Can you spare a heart?" he asked.
I jumped slightly, and my heart pounded quickly. The next thing I knew, I was trapped in Xemnas' attack.
I didn't know what he was doing, but I knew it couldn't be good.
I struggled to get out of his stinging attack, but it was no use.
I closed my eyes, waiting for it to all end.
My friends memories rushed through my head. Kairi, Riku, Donald, Goofy. King Mickey, Genie, Pooh, everyone!
"How could it all end like this?" I thought.
Trying to defeat Xemnas, the organization's leader? Did I really think I could?
I glanced around, looking for Riku.
I saw him avoid an attack from Xemnas' clone with his dark shield.
"Riku!" I tried saying. But the pain was too much, so it rarely came out as a sound.
I couldn't bare to face the facts.
To never see any of my friends again.
"Kairi," I thought. "I was supposed to take care of her!"
I tried once more to get out of the powerful attack. But my hp decreased rapidly. Xemnas smirked, almost evily.
MusicThe newest member in the organization, Roxas- I think- walked past me where I sat strumming my sitar. He stared at me as I started to sing.
The people in this organization always call me lazy- but music's hard work! Maybe, I thought, Roxas would be an appreciator!
"Hey Roxas! I'm Demyx!" I said introducing myself.
He stared endlessly at me. Until I finally realized he was looking at my sitar.
Though his eyes, I saw his curiosity gleam, but still, he said nothing.
"So, kid-" I said.
"Don't call me kid," Roxas muttered slowly.
I nearly jumped out of my seat. "You talked!" I yelled out pointing a finger in shock.
After that, he didn't say anything else.
He just stared at my sitar.
"What? This? It's a sitar!" I explained walking over to the staring blond-haired Nobody.
I grabbed his hand and placed it on my sitar. Unsurely, he strummed the strings.
An out of tune sound played, paralyzing the ears of the poor saps that heard!
He looked down, almost sad, when he heard his tuneless song.