Spirit and Maka's love part oneSpirit and Maka’s love part1Spirit and Maka's love part one4 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
This is years before Maka hates spirit about his cheating on her mom, and I have had a soft spot for spirit so please stay with me and let me explain
I have loved Maka since I first seen soul eater her spunk and courage encouraging me through life when I was going through dark times and as I seen she hated spirit yet she and he had some of the funniest moments together like the first funny moment of the series with him and soul and Maka after they defeat jack the ripper. Well after seeing how funny spirit was I decided to write this fan fiction as proof of his love for Maka and her love for him even if she denies it she loved him if not still loves Spirit her dad.
Spirit walks into Maka only 3 years old room to check on her after hearing her scream. “Maka honey what is wrong?” Spirit asked clearly concerned for his daughter. Papa I seen a monster in my closet, Maka clearly crying as she thought she seen a monster. “Aw
Kettle and PotThere was a house with no people, in a city with no people...still the markets were filled and noisy, birds flew and picked on grains. Dogs scouraged the garbage cans, rats ran down sewers, there were news papers on stalls, and cloths hanging on the cloths lines on the green mowed lawn. The radio and TV played and there were dishes laid on the dining table, and fruits in the basket, and wine to be served out.Kettle and Pot3 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
And there was a kitchen in the house, there was fresh baked bread in ovens, the supper was cooking on slow heat, where a live stove functioned, and there was a kettle of tea on the stove, about to boil, and a pot cooking supper soup. And a rolling pin accross the rolling tablet.
"I like you" "He likes me, I am so pretty and fair....I am a princess of glistenig shine...look at you ugly, fat orc!!"
A loud, loud wistle the kettle blew...."tea...anyone tea?"
"its time for supper dear...and we have some slowly roasted bread and meat, and the special soup in the simmering pot"