Sonic Next Generation: PrologueIt was pretty much a normal day at Master Zan’s school, also known by many kids as Emerald Valley School, due to the area. Kids going to lessons, everyone happy…well, almost everyone.Sonic Next Generation: Prologue20 hours ago in Short Stories
There is one boy, a hedgehog and chipmunk hybrid boy, walking down the corridor, with the anxious look on his face. Other students looked at him and laughed. This boy was no ordinary boy though; this was Ironic the Hedgemunk, son of the famous Sonic the Hedgehog. Let’s go back a few years…
15 years ago:
Sonic decided to have a rest from the saving the world ploy, so did his many friends. It was a time of peace, Sonic married to Molly, his love, his friends have gone separate ways and they decided: To start a family.
It was a struggle, but eventually, Molly got pregnant, it wasn’t easy however, as like with many mothers with their first born. Despite this, everyone was happy, everyone was supportive, Sonic could not have asked for better friends or better support. It was at th
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I tensed up, but did not move. I could feel his breath against my skin. What he said had me terrified. How was I supposed to respond to that sort of thing?
"How you respond is up to you my dear." He whispered.
I jumped in response and turned so that I was facing him. He didn't even respond to my sudden action. I looked into his eyes to try to find some sort of emotion, but instead I was meet with a firm stare. He had a smirk on his face that seemed almost lazy, like he was either tired or was trying not to make it obvious that he was smirking.
"Didn't anyone teach you not to stare?" He asked.
I took a step back and paused. When his question finally registered I bowed slightly in respect.
"O-ooh I'm so sorry sir. I didn't meant to be rude." I stuttered.
"I'll forgive you this time if you give me something in return." He said.
He smiled and awaited my response. I don't know what I could give him. I looked around my room and saw nothing of value. P
Table for One The man was awakened by a cool spring breeze fluttering through the window, caressing his face and making the dark curtains tremble. He had awoken in a pleasant mood but was soon struck with the realization of what day it was. A feeling of terror slithered down his spine and sat like a rock in his stomach, making him ghastly pale in the face. The man stared at the ceiling dazed. After a moment of gathering himself, he slipped out from under the covers and made his way toward the bathroom.Table for One20 hours ago in Short Stories
He gazed listlessly for a moment at his face in the mirror. He was a young man, tall and slender. He had thick dark wavy hair and big ears. He would've been handsome had it not been for his current ghastly complexion and the dark circles under his eyes. He closed his eyes. A small smile began to flicker across his face, and his eyes opened with sparks in them. He began to get ready. He carefully shaved, brushed his teeth, and combed his hair all with the most meticulous preci
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You can always count on me
I will always pick you up
Nothing's ever gonna change
Nothing's gettin' in my way
I will always hold you up
She's scared to tell him how she feels about him. It might ruin their friendship, and she's worried about being rejected. Her best friend, and sister to her crush, tells her to go for it. But she still won't. What would she even say? What if he didn't accept her feelings? What if he did accept her feelings? All these questions and more pop into her mind. She just can't bring herself to do it.
All she can do is keep those feelings bottled up. Besides, it's not like it's hurting anyone if she doesn't say anything. And maybe that's for the best.Especially for her best friend. That would be awkward for all three, since they all grew up together, and the two siblings have been her friends for years. Yes, it's best if she keeps it to herself.
Come what may
Don't look back forget yesterday