AkuRoku - Dawn To Dusk Pt.1As I walked into the old cabin, I knew my summer was doomed. It smelled of old wood and feet, and I could see the belongings of another scattered around. There were only three beds in this cabin, and one of the empty ones was next to a window. Unloading my stuff on it I looked out. The blazing sun set red on the water, a perfect view from where I was standing.
Walking back outside I noticed the camp's sign: Dawn To Dusk Campsite. Aka, camp for "disgruntled teens" who's parents thought they should spend all summer "getting set on the right path". I was sent here after I had brutally pummeled some scrawny blond kid. I think Vexen was his name.
Moving back, I noticed my reflection in the window. My blond spikes were fine despite the long car ride here. The red line on my cheek was from the fight, and it looked like it was going to scar. Hot, I told myself, smirking, heading out of the cabin.
Smoothing out my checkered top, I looked down at my black pants - muddy already. I sighed o
SoRiku - Blood - 100TCI leaned over the dark figure, his face encased with in shadows. The area was dark, and I was surprised we were so alone. My hands pressed down on him, sticky and dark red. Streams of salt water ran down my face.
I was crying.
A light breeze rolled over my back, and I shivered. My shirt and jacket were at my hands, being pressed down into his wound.
Somewhere in my mind it flashed back to what happened. A group of heartless had appeared as we were walking around The World That Never Was. Since the Organization was gone we'd thought it'd be a nice place. Though neither of us had made it verbal, we both new it was our first real date. One where no one would interrupt us.
No one, my thoughts repeated.
The night was quiet for the most part, until a large group of heartless had ambushed us. Riku and I had dealt with them quite quickly, and we were about to continue on our way. At the last moment a Neo Shadow jumped Riku, jabbing through his torso from the back. I dealt
SoRiku - Black CityI stared out across the black city, lights flickering here and there. I heard him fight for dominance against the nothings - simple shadows. He seemed upset, and I would be too. He was about to leave his best friend, and the other was already gone. I could feel it, flashes of black hair before disappearing. DiZ was right - as always.
Could you only see this sight, at this time. So unique. Maybe you will be able to, when all's said and done. We could look out here together, safely. Though would it still shine elegantly, once we were safe? Maybe not.
You other self was gaining on me now, scaling the great height. I jumped to meet him - jumped for you. His tricks could not fool me, I was a formidable opponent of my own.
But I see him in you.
"Come on, Sora, I thought you were stronger than that." I taunted him - was he you?
"Get real, look which one of us is winning!" he yelled back at me. We were both shocked by his statement, but I concealed my emotions.
"I guess DiZ was right afte
Know NotI know not of pain,
And not of love.
I sit in my little bubble,
Pressing against the edges,
Jumping back when it gets too close
I believe I feel,
But it's false.
The box I live in,
My limbs spreading to the walls,
Too scared to break,
Too afraid to push too hard.
I don't know why or how,
But I explore what is not mine,
Be what is not true.
Sitting safe in my home,
Not a scar to show
Not a tear to drop.
I have not experienced
Is everything I've written a lie?
Sorry I'm fake.
AkuRoku - Love - 100TC"Don't look at me like that."
"Oh, but Roxas!" complained the redhead, leaning over number XIII, curled up on his bed.
"I don't want to talk about it!" Roxas shouted, his blue eyes meeting Axel's green ones, showing furry.
Backing off, Axel left the blond boy's bedroom, closing the door quietly behind him. Leaning against it, he was worried for the boy. The boy he loved, actually. Why was Roxas being so difficult? thought the redhead.
Looking up, Axel met another pair of blue eyes, belonging to a carefree rocker, though. "Hey Demyx," said Axel before looking down at the floor.
"What's the matter?" the dirty blond boy asked, copying Axel's posture against the wall.
"The funny thing is, I don't know. Roxas is upset about something," Axel admitted.
"You really love him, don't you?" Demyx asked, his voice more sober than usually.
"Guess you got it memorized," commented Axel, joking a bit with the sitarist.
"And he won't tell you."
They stood there for a bit, thinking abou