LMBYR - Chapter 19Let Me Be Your Reason:
"You're Zephyr's father " Timmy whispered barely able to say anything else as his hands gripped the table. The man in front of him looked exactly like an older Zephyr. His long black hair with barely any hints of gray fell onto his shoulders. Even though the scar was intimidating, his eyes showed the hint of a gentleman.
"You're Vincent Hartman."
Vincent smiled politely and nodded his head, "No one has called me by my first name in ages. Most of the people around here just call me 'Boss'."
"But, I saw you in my father's files. You were pronounced dead years ago," Timmy said watching the elder man with awe as he sipped at his beer.
"Yes, but I'm sure you've learned long ago not to trust everything you find in your father's office. Haven't you, Mr. Turner?" Vincent replied with a smirk tossing his empty beer bottle into the nearest trash can.
Timmy winced slightly and shook his head, "Please don't call me that."
Vincent smirked a little at the boy m
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Cosmo slammed the door to his bedroom open and walked in, his feet dragging. He flew across the floor and looked at the mirror positioned above his dresser. He sighed when he saw his disheveled state. His light green hair was terribly messed up, there were huge dark bags under his emerald eyes.
He and his wife Wanda had just gotten back from their recent god child, a small girl named Shelby who had been the bane of their nightmares for the 6 months they
had stuck with her. She had been one of the many god kids who acted like the only reason she kept them around was because they were pretty much at her beck and call. She had kept them up every night with her constant wishing, giving them no break.
Finally, before C
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He'd run all the way home.
His lungs were bursting and his legs ached and his heart hammered wildly in his chest.
But still - still...
Timmy darted through the doorway, shouted a meaningless greeting to his parents, and pelted up the stairs to his room.
He flung open the door, slammed it shut just as quickly, and flung his backpack into the corner. Only then did he look up to meet the accusing eyes of the other half of his soul.
Oh God, he thought frantically, How do I explain this?
//Timmy...// it was not quite the greeting he expected. Low-voiced, even, trembling with some suppressed emotion. And he was angry. Very, very angry. Of course - had Nega done something similar, he himself would be furious.
"I..." he flailed helplessly. He hadn't had a plan when he had come barging in here, only the vaguest of ideas that if he returned to his other's side, everything would be all right.
"You what?" Nega Timmy bit out, the power around him swirling in agitation. It
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They don't understand.
It's all right.
I never expected them to.
Sometimes I hardly understand it myself.
But I can't let go. I won't. Maybe I'm being selfish, and maybe I'm crazy, but nothing on heaven or earth is going to make me stop.
It sounds silly, I'm sure, and maybe I'm just a confused little boy who doesn't know what he wants. I don't know.
But it only feels that way sometimes.
At other times it makes me want to laugh and dance and sing and run screaming through the streets.
Why does it matter, anyway?
There's no escaping it, and I don't want to.
It's not that I enjoy harming others - I do my best to do the exact opposite! I can't help it, not really - I just... It just happens, sometimes... I don't mean it to, but...
It's not me, it's him.
God, but that sounds trite.
Maybe it is.
Maybe I am.
Maybe we are, but it doesn't feel that way.
No, this is overwhelming and addictive and completely insane. But trite? Never.
I don't know when it started - maybe I've fe
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He's asleep now.
He was watching me before. He fell asleep with head propped on my chest. He's so careless, sometimes, in his schoolwork and the like... not that it really matters. He was made for greater things.
My sweet little light... mine.
He worries for his god parents, I know. He will worry for his friends. He will worry for me - for what I could do. For what I could never do.
I did not fight eternity only to lose him now.
They will not understand - how could they? They know nothing of waiting forever and a day, know nothing of finally claiming their own precious savior.
No one can ever understand save those who were trapped in hell alongside me.
We all know. Fear and pain? Mere trifles against a larger ache. Try and block out the endless shadows and receive only mocking laughter in ruthless return.
Light is never so treasured as by those who have been blinded.
Try it. Try choking on the darkness until all you breathe is the night. Try wandering the endles
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They think I don't know.
How could I not know?
He's my godchild. A precious gift, a beautiful treasure, one that I am honored to have. He's such a sweet, gentle child, kinder and softer than this world should permit. No one so delicate could survive in this world alone.
But then, there's his other.
And damn the world should it harm him at all.
I suppose that stupid wish began it - or did it really? No, of course not... Timmy has always been a strange one, too clever and delicate by half, too vulnerable yet unshakably strong.
When he was growing up, I think he felt it too. Few friends - despite all of my trying. No sports - he preferred solitude with his video games and comics. Quiet tranquillity and softness suited one such as he far better than anything else.
Beautiful, blank, and empty. Little passion to coax his shy soul into flame.
Then that stupid wish.
"I wish I
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Through the wind and the rain, Timmy stood there on the hundred foot stone wall staring down at his godfather's pleading face. He saw the arms outstretched, begging for him to come back. Cosmo's eyes bore into him leaving him breathless from the desperation they were showing. Hidden in those emerald eyes was a love and passion that he had only read in books. Tears ran down his godfathers face like he was the one facing death. He was unaffected by the weather. His body held strong as he continued to reach out to him. What he had said was running through Timmy's mind though he couldn't bring himself to speak.
Tears of something other than sadness ran down Timmy's face. The hole in his heart suddenly filled with a strange anticipation. So much in fact, he almost smiled. His heart continued to ache, though for an entirely different reason.
His mouth moved to its own accord as he whispered aloud, "My reason...?"
Cosmo took another step forward telling him
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In the town of Dimmsdale, it was a bright and sunny morning. The dew off the grass sparkled in the rising rays of the sun. But off far in the distance laid a place many would call the bane of their nightmares. Far off just barely within the city limits lay a huge gray brick structure that overshadow the peaceful fields around it. It was surrounded by thick dark grey walls as tall as most of the tallest buildings in the city. And everybody knew that the only way through those walls were the tall steel doors that were heavy enough so that only the main security system could open them up.
Within the walls, you could see from a distance were high watch towers that jutted out of the buildings inside, keeping eye on everything that goes on within the area. Many of the people who have wanted to escape were too afraid to try. Security was the tightest around with the numerous guards and watch dogs in and around the buildings. No one had ever escaped. But then a
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Eight year old Timmy stood solemnly in his father's study, looking out the large window pane. He heard his father typing continuously on his laptop, probably concluding another deal that would once again gain his family another millions of dollars. He paid no attention to his fathers ignorance, he knew that if he spoke he would only get more criticism. His father stopped typing for a second and asked him "Is that all you wanted to talk about, son?"
Timmy turned to look at him with a saddened expression and told him "Yes, father..."
His father then replied "Then go tell your mother goodnight and continue with your studies for a while."
Timmy nodded and slowly walked his way to the door leading to the hallway. He opened the door wide and stepped out but before he was able to close it, he heard his father say coldly "Your tutors say you're doing better in your studies than any student they've ever taught. Impressive..."
Timmy wanted to turn around but fought it and only rep
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"Cosmo!" I call cheerfully as I begin dragging my things into the hall, "I'm back!"
A green head pokes out inquiringly from within the kitchen, and I wave cheerfully. "Morning!"
A warm smile graces his face. "Wanda! You're home!"
He trundles out into the hall and grabs my bags after giving me a rib-crushing hug, clearly intent on hauling them upstairs.
I grab one of the heavier pieces of luggage when he's not looking and follow him upstairs, laughing with him while he tries to act tough.
He tosses me an annoyed glance over his shoulder. "Oh, shut up," he scolds. I can't help but grin. I love being home.
"How's Timmy? Are his grades any better, I hope?"
A sad smile flits across my husband's face. "Not quite, I'm afraid."
I sigh and shake my head. "He'll fail this year if he doesn't get his act together."
Cosmo shakes his head as he deposits m
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Nine year old Timmy sat in the limo, looking out the window. He watched as countless of people and buildings passed by. Some of the people seemed to stare at the limo as it drove on. Whispers were heard of the Turner household. They had all seen the Turners symbol on the doors, a black crow with a snake in its mouth. Timmy's father had taught him long ago what the symbol meant.
"As we are like the crow that picks the flesh off decaying corpses, we will show no mercy to our enemies."
Timmy, deep in thought, had always hated the symbol and what it stood for. He knew his father's business was dangerous, violent and just plain cruel. He hated to think so, but his father truly was exactly like the crow. He was a complete monster who killed his enemies without blinking an eye. His father told him every single day that he would grow up to be like him, but truth was he didn't want to be. He wanted to be like his mother. His mother was the leader of another
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Six-year old Timmy Turner slowly walked down the long hallway of the mansion, that was covered in darkness. He wasn't scared exactly, but the shadows always made his skin crawl whenever he looked at them. He hugged his teddy bear closer to his chest as he continued his journey to the music room. It didn't take him long, for suddenly he heard the familiar sound of the beautiful notes coming from the glorious rosewood piano in the room ahead. He smiled when he heard the notes and ran the rest of the way towards his destination.
He swung open the door to find his beloved mother sitting down at the black piano, slowly humming to the melody she was playing. In the moonlight, his mother looked like a goddess. Her soft chestnut colored hair, ran down her back in waves, shining in the dim light. Her soft tan skin glowed, showing off her true beauty. She noticed him quickly and turned around where he saw amazing sapphire eyes that many relatives told him he had inherited from her
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Dr. Shelley sat in his office, casually glancing at the papers in front of him as the moon light continued to light up the room. He had to stifle a yawn being that it was already well past midnight in the vicinity. The papers he was looking over were actually the files of his new patient Timmy Turner. The files were that of his previous two years at the Asylum and also his school records from the boarding school he had been sent to when he was young.
It was late, but he wanted to learn more about Timmy before the next morning. The files that were written by his previous doctors were all different from each other. Each doctor had a different view about what Timmy's problem was, but at the same time they each had written down the same characteristics and personality changes. They had all written about his dull attitude towards life. One doctor had even gone as far as saying that the boy had no respect for anyone else because he had no respect for life itself.
They had all unde
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A/N-Sorry it took so long to get this up but here it is. Plot is going a little slow in this chapter but for all of you who love my CosmoxTimmy moments, hurry up and read so you can get down to the last scene. I think you guy will like it<3
Several moments passed by after Timmy had spoken his words. Silence froze in the air as the couple just stared at each other. Timmy bit his lip slightly seeing the conflict in his lover's expression. He opened his mouth trying to say something but closed it when he found nothing to say. After Cosmo had looked away from his gaze, Timmy found his voice saying, "I'm sorry. I know there isn't anything you can do-"
"Well, there is one thing," Cosmo said with a thoughtful expression.
Timmy's eyes widened, "W-What are you saying?"
"There is a way," Cosmo stated slowly, "But it's kinda dangerous."
"Oh...," Timmy broke his gaze from his godfather trying not to show how badly he wanted this. If it was dangerous, he didn't
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With a very loud crash, the doors that led into the Family Therapy room burst open. All the adults who had been conversing with each other, turned around startled at the sudden noise. Timmy Turner ran into the room at full speed, skidding the floors, and barely managing to stop without running into anything. He raised a hand above his head as he bent over trying to catch his breath. After a few seconds he shook his head and straightened up, taking a look around the room since he hadn't been in there for about a year.
He was surprised to find eight pairs of parents staring back at him, but with a uncomfortable cough they quickly resumed their conversations with each other. He sighed a little and scratched the side of his head in confusion. He didn't see his parents but...
"Well if it isn't Timmy Turner..." said a voice behind him.
He turned around to meet the figures of a tall stout man in a pair of blue jeans and a white t-shirt, and a serious looking wo
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Damion Turner, age eighteen, began to casually sip at the glass of wine held in his right hand. He brushed some of his long black bangs out of his face with his other hand when a gentle wind blew across the area. He almost pouted when another sophisticated couple strolled past him. They completely ignored him knowing that he would rather be anywhere else than there with them. The dark red liquid swirled in the porcelain glass as he sighed looking out to the numerous crowds of the wealthy with his almost charcoal colored eyes. He was attending a welcome party that one of his business partners, Mr. Woodsworth, was throwing for not only him but also other upcoming young leaders. The party was laid outside in the mans extravagant garden, numerous lamps that were set up gave the entire place a glowing aura. The multitude of people surrounding him were all talking and whispering amongst each other. They laughed and complimented each others fashionable choices. Even from a dis
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Flashback : Three years ago
At the Institute of Dimmsdale, in the Middle School section, there laid a small garden. Within that garden was numerous of types of plants and shrubbery, all exuberant and beautiful in there own way. Around the outside was a small wooden bench that students could sit down and practice their art or just take a break from their classmates. Eleven year old Timmy was sitting on that particular bench, sketchbook in hand but strangely it was closed tight in his hands. He stared straight ahead of him to a bush of wild red roses that glimmered dimly in the sunlight. He sighed as he clutched the sketchbook tighter.
'Mother...when did I stop appreciating beauty such as this?'
Suddenly a young boy of around his age came running up to him, waving and shouting.
He turned his head slightly just in time to see the boy stop right beside him. The boy was just around his age with short blond hair that shimmered in the sunshin
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Dr. Hubert Shelley, a well known therapist from New York, sat down in his chair. The doctor let out a sigh as he placed a few more papers down on the table in front of him. He scratched absently at his well trimmed black beard, while his dark brown eyes took a look around the room. He saw that the nurses there had put up some of his degrees and awards on the walls. He had been quite the student at Hardvard. He had been friends with many of the top scientists there along with many therapists and psychiatrists. One of his friends had been Dr. Julius Parker. Just 6 months ago his friend Dr. Parker had told him that he was going on to a town named Dimmsdale to work on a certain boy named Timmy Turner, a boy who no one had yet to figure out. Then a couple of months later, he found out from one of his coworkers that Dr. Parker had retired and gone away for vacation. But what really scared him was that the person who had told him, also told him that he wasn't i
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Cosmo sensed the coming of dawn, though inside the room was dark and shuttered. It called him from sleep. He slowly blinked his eyes to the surrounding darkness as his awareness crept in. The night with Timmy in his arms lingered in his memory, his shoulder beneath the child's cheek and his outstretched palm on the boys back beneath the blankets. He still feared for his godson, but perhaps if he kept him always this close, he could keep him safe even from his own father.
A more troublesome thought wormed into his awareness. He tried to fight it down, hoping to let the peaceful moment stay. But he knew he could no longer deny it. He could no longer deny that his beloved godson had stirred feelings deep inside him that no one had been able to do before. He could now imagine himself kissing those soft lips of his. His dreams circled around holding his dear Timmy close to him like someone would with a long lost lover.
Exactly three months had passed since Timmy had been chosen