Walking Through the LightWARNING!: YAOI/SHOUNEN-AI ALERT! DON'T LIKE, DON'T READ!Walking Through the Light6 years ago in Fan Fiction
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Walking through the light
The called one opened one of his golden eyes sleepily, blinded by the mornings warm light. Looking at his right, he met Itachis dark, blank gaze, staring at him from his comfortable shelter of sheets he had absently made during his slumber. The shark gave him a toothy smile, before wrapping an arm around the youngers back as the black-haired teen scooted closer.
What is it, Tachi? he asked, resting his chin on top of the Uchihas head.
The prodigy didnt answer, preferring to bury his face in the taller males chest to hide the light. After a while, he turned his head to the side, eyes closed, a frown carved in his smooth features as if he still could see the hot beams behind his closed eyelids. Just needed to wake you up... Its late.
Late how? Kisame asked groggily, rubbing his eyes with a
A childhood in seven booksNearly eleven years ago, a little girl hung on her sister's arm, begging to be included in her game. Eventually one of her friends humoured me with the memorable role of "the old woman who lives in the chamber of secrets." It's not a great start to a relationship, but it was a beginning.A childhood in seven books3 years ago in General Fiction
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A few months later I came home for the first time. Hogwarts with it's ceiling like the night sky , its singing suits of armour and high pointed towers came alive for me as no place on paper has ever done before or since. And in it lived the friends I had never had, the small intelligent girl with bushy hair like mine, the red haired boy who stared and laughed at her and who would one day show us the true power of friendship, and Harry; brave, funny, always fighting to do the right thing.
As they grew and changed and learned to love- I grew with them, shooting up like a star, filled with magic. But I always knew they would beat me to the adult world.
When I was twelve years old, I watched harry grow up,