Spirited Away- LoVe CoNquers 3"Hey Haku, are we almost there?" I sighed.Spirited Away- LoVe CoNquers 33 years ago in Short Stories
"Almost." Haku chimed as held my hand even tighter.
Somehow I'm kinda starting to regret this... well it's a lot better then seeing Hiroshi kun.
"Hey Haku, what is it exactly that you want to show me?" I asked as I looked up at Haku's face.
He frowned for a moment, then let out a relieved sigh.
"I want to show you my original home..." He said as he looked on with a serious expression.
"Your original home?"
"Yes, but it's more then that." He sighed.
More then that? What could he mean?
I looked to the horizon and saw the bright sun of the spirit world. It was a bright and fearful red. I began to feel uneasy.
"Chihiro?" Haku said as he let go of my hand.
I've spent almost an entire day in the spirit world, there really is no going back at this point.
"Chihiro what's wrong?" Haku said as grabbed my arm.
Haku's touch made me jolt back into reality. My hands were shaking and my eyes began to blur with tears.
"Chihiro?" Haku said as he le
Carried Away-Colonist!AmericaxIndian!Reader part10Carried Away-Colonist!AmericaxIndian!Reader part102 years ago in Introductions & Chapters
The mixture of rain and sleet slammed onto your skin as the horse pounded through the trees. You did your best to ignore it, instead focusing on navigating the horse through the trees. At first the creature had done very good, and all you really had to do was hang on. Then, the freezing rain started and the horse wanted to go back. So now you had to fight the poor thing to make it keep going.
The rain did give you a good advantage though. It washed away all the traces of your trail, which was one of the only reasons you had kept riding. When the rain stopped you would have to continue on foot and let the horse go its own way. The other advantage was that the enemy would be taking cover until the rain stopped. If you were lucky they might not consider you worth the trouble at all and not bother coming after you. You made a mental note to make some sort of shrine for whatever spirit gave you this good fortune.
As you dodged another tree branch you wondered how long you'd bee