The Present 1 "It's almost been a year, you know."The Present 1 by ~BlazePyron
"Yeah, I know," she said, nonchalantly. She kept staring ahead, not moving a muscle. He put his hand on top of hers, as they sat on the end of the dock. Her hand felt cold. He tore his gaze away from her face, and stared ahead at the rose-red sunset. She wasn't staring at anything. She was ignoring him. He took his hand away, and slowly put his arm around her. He felt her shoulders relax at his touch. He smiled.
"Do you want to do anything special?"
"Nah, not especially," she said, the same voice as before. Cold. Uncaring. Kaen felt his heart twist in his chest. He stroked her teal hair, yet CRINA's bo
SHELL-2Kasui had trouble keeping his eyes on the road; he kept looking in the rearview mirror back at his sister, shuddering at the pain written across her face. Her long brown hair, although barely longer than his own, fluttered in the breeze from the open car window. It was a miracle she could sleep over the roar of the engine and her own discomfort. Kasui hoped she would stay asleep until he got to the hospital, and he sped up a little to try and get there faster.SHELL-2 by ~BlazePyron
They pulled into the parking lot of the emergency room, and Kasui got out and opened Suika's door. He thought about waking her up, but she was sound asleep, so he carefully undid her s
SHELL-1The young boy sat poring over his textbooks, slightly drowsy from the recent dinner. For some reason, even though it was the first day of his high school career, he had a bunch of homework. "At least I don't have cooking homework, although that I would actually enjoy doing," he thought. He rested his head on his history textbook, and ran his hands through his long chestnut brown hair. His mother thought it looked shaggy, but the girls always seemed to like it, so he let it grow out.SHELL-1 by ~BlazePyron
Suddenly his cell phone rang, waking him up from his textbook-induced dream. "What's up?" he barked into the phone. A familiar voice answered, "Hey, it's Fumio,