Fiolee: A sudden meeting part 1"Haha! C'mon Cake!" Fionna yelled back to her sister as she jumped across to the next floating platform floating above the soda river.Fiolee: A sudden meeting part 12 years ago in Romance More Like This
"Hold on baby girl! I'm coming!" Fionna's older cat sister replied as she stretched her legs over to the floating platform high up in the sky next to her human sister.
The adventuress and her cat sister were out looking for monsters to fight with as they always do every Sunday. It was the one day were they got a break from helping Prince Gumball with his experiments and saving him from Ice Queen and her penguin Gabby. Fionna was sad that it was the day that Gumball didn't need her assistance but was happy to spend time kicking monster's butts and hangin out with her best friend. Fionna and Cake jumped onto the other side of the cliff and looked around to see if there was a dungeon to be explored.
"Hey Cake, do you hear something?"
After 15 minutes looking for a dungeon and being unsuccessful, the 14 year old girl came to a sudden stop and listened to se
Petals"He loves me, he loves me not," Edward whispered.Petals5 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Petals falling slowly, floating in the light breeze.
Thoughts of the lover he left behind in Amestris hovering in his mind.
Blissful nights spent together, soft kisses exchanged after work and during dates, playful banter in the office on rainy days
The happiness on Roy's scared face when Edward came back to save Amestris. The sadness, heartache, and understanding when Edward told him that he had to return, and when he had turned and went back into the foreign airship.
"He loves me, he loves me not," The once bright and fully blossomed daisy, was now holding few petals, as Edward continued to carefully pluck at it.
Afternoon light of a lightly cloudy day in Munich filled the vicinity. Edward sat on a lonely grassy hill, just out side of the bust little town.
Today was the first dreadful anniversary of the day he had left his world behind for good.
He had a small pile of daisies next to him, it was decreasing in number as the petal