'Opposite Souls' Ch.6 - Sheriv'Opposite Souls' Ch.6 - Sheriv9 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
He muttered and flipped over, growling in his sleep as the annoying poking sensation continued. He waved a hand behind him, attempting to bat it away. A snickering was heard, but the thing went away. With a contented groan, he let himself begin the long, luxurious fall back into sleep. The bed dipped slightly and an arm wrapped around his waist, pulling him back against some one. Mmmmm, I smell Zack. Smells nice. He smiled, refusing to open his eyes and instead curled in towards the warmth of what had to be a dream. Afterall, only in a dream could I ever get Zack in a position like this.
"Mmm...g'way..." The body next to him shook with laughter and he scowled in fustration. This dream was taking an unexpectedly annoying turn. "...sleep..."
Some more laughter and now a hand running through his hair. "No, its time to wake up. And as much as I'd like to stay here, you promised to bake and I need to get the liquor."
His face scrunched up in confusion. What? Wh
'Opposite Souls' Ch.4 - Sheriv'Opposite Souls' Ch.4 - Sheriv10 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Honestly, its fine Aeris. I don't mind, the couch is far better then what I've had to live with for the last couple years anyway."
"But, Cloud! I don't want to throw you out of your own room! Please, let me just stay out here." Aeris begged, watching helplessly as the blonde removed a few essentials from his room. "I feel terrible."
He gave her one of his rare smiles, brilliant and carefree. Zack was astonished by it, so used to the blonde's usual angry, fearful, and sorrowful expression that seemed to twist a dagger into one's heart. I've never seen him smile like that for anyone. A deep frown formed on the man's lips, before he heaved a sigh. Ah well, that answers one question I suppose. He's definately straight. "Aeris, just give in. He's too mule-headed to listen to you. Heavens knows he doesn't listen to me, his best friend and faithful mentor. The man who took him in..."
"Against my will."
"Cared for him, clothed him..."
"That was only for that one morning!"