Scare the Jolteon - Part 2 - Chapter 8She eventually arrives at the mansion, now standing right in front of the front door, seeming to be about to knock on the door but looks a bit nervous. Aisu is still sleeping but when Scare finally knocks on the door, he instantly wakes up and shouts: "C-Coming!", walking to the door and opens it and when he sees her, he smiles and says: "Oh h-hey Scare." "H-Hey Aisu...", she replies, also smiling, "S-Sorry for waking you up in the middle of th-the night..." But the Glaceon quickly replies: "No no i-it's fine."Scare the Jolteon - Part 2 - Chapter 810 hours ago in General Fiction
Scare then shyly asks him: "I... I j-just wanted to a-ask... i-if I could spend this night n-near to you... I m-mean, i-if you d-don't mind..." "S-Sure, I-I don't mind.", Aisu answers. "Th-Thank you, Aisu...", the young Jolteon then says before going inside. The Glaceon smiles and shuts the door and despite Scare obviously looking tired, he still asks her: "T-Tired?" "Y-Yes...", she answers him, "I'm q-quite tired..." So Aisu offers to her: "W-Want me to look for another bedroom
Piano of lifeStrings have been pressed and sounds have been made.Piano of life13 hours ago in Free Verse
the tears that flowed down my face,
the despair the joy I've experienced till this day.
become a melody in this open sky.
echoing into this distant land,
I have made my share of mistakes.
took the wrong road and crossed over,
to a path that was never there.
beaten down the grass to see this so clear.
the faces the people that have passed me by.
have I finally lost my way?
Confused by my emotions,
I have lost control of so long ago.
I strayed from the path and made my self a new.
to travel this every lasting quest,
my song will play till the day I die.
till then will I make a beautiful melody.
change some ones life well I walk by,
or will I stay in stagnation.
to believe I changed?
Time is our ally time is our enemy.
so I march on playing this song of my life
falling stumbling along the way,
trying to make sense of this world in which I live on.
I’m sure the song has brought joy to some.
and I'm sure it has brought some pain.