PoemI lay awake in bed, hearing your screaming
I cant focus, this is real or am I dreaming
I lay there in the dark thing of something
Without thought or feeling I fall to nothing
Your motivates are now unclear
Heart removed and taken there
It makes no more sense to see on
Laying nothing, to reap nothing in the sun
Finally going and seeing it, yes away
Down and out come this friday
Words: Chapter 2Chapter 2;Words: Chapter 29 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
To be honest, I was not surprised at all. Not in the slightest but then again, Kyoya was the one who told me. You might not believe me but this time, no, we were not stalking Haruhi. Attending an art school nearby, we were just off to have a peaceful lunch together. Okay, so maybe not exactly peaceful but something along those lines.
I didn't bother to tell Hikaru, though. My poor brother…he didn't even realize his feelings for her until two years after graduation. By that time, Haruhi was long gone and my poor Hikaru was left to eat her dust but I suppose Milord was the worst off. Heck, he wouldn't come out of his room for days after Haruhi rejected his advances. It gave us quite a laugh, though. We took advantage of the time to paint his Beary blue.
"Ah, Haruhi!" I said, allowing myself to sit at her table, "What a surprise that the three of us have met here!" Hikaru nodded and sat stiffly. Still picking up his wounded heart? And it's already been, what, four y
Words: Chapter 3Chapter 3:Words: Chapter 39 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Haruhi wanted to leave. She wanted to leave right now. After all, a man with a pink buzz-cut entering into the Hitachiin's art university didn't exactly make her feel at home.
She had left to find the twins the minute classes ended. She even was missing a bargain sale for this. She hadn't even changed out of her track uniform. She had decided to work on her running ever since the "Ouran School Festival" incident. She didn't plan to get knocked into the water in a heavy costume by a guy again.
"Hey, sweetie, I haven't seen you here before. Are you new here?"
Haruhi swung around wildly to find herself faced with a giant punk rocker. She raised an eyebrow at him, "Of course I'm new here." She huffed, "And the only reason I'm here is to find the Hitachiin brothers, Kaoru and Hikaru." Her look gave the man the chills, "Do you know them?"
The man chuckled at this, scratching his head. It was quite amusing to see the quite beautiful petite girl staring him down. She didn't even cra
Words: Chapter 1Chapter 1:Words: Chapter 19 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Sometimes words spoke larger than actions, but then again, it mostly happened vice versa. Like the flitting clouds before a summer rain, or smelling burnt dough before you started screaming, "My cookies are burnt!"
Yup, that's pretty much how it is; or how it was. High school days had ended four years earlier and that left Haruhi at the…ehh…"prime" of life, at the age of twenty-one. Of course, she had just recently transferred into no less than a prestigious university (on scholarship) and was slowly, but surely inching her way towards being one of the best law students in her year.
Like Kyoya would say,
"Mission accomplished…for now."
"Haruhi-san, you did a very good job on the mock trial. I expect great things from you," Professor Moto said, obviously pleased with her work, "Thank you, Sensei," Haruhi answered smiling. Although quite humble, she knew she did a quite exceptional job; she had worked on her statements late last night.
"I'm now a student of Tokyo Univer