Three Words (Anisoka One-Shot)“I understand, more than you realize…I understand wanting to walk away from the Order,” Anakin said, tears welling in his sky-blue eyes, his heart slowly shattering piece by already shattered piece.Three Words (Anisoka One-Shot)3 years ago in Romance More Like This
“I know,” Ahsoka responded, equally saddened by her decision. As she walked away into the golden sunset, and as her Master’s heart reached its limit, bitter tears welled up in her eyes and gently fell. And just before she reached the steps…
“AHSOKA!” Anakin screamed, running to her, desperate to get her back. “Ahsoka, listen to me!”
“What?!” she snapped as she turned around, crossing her arms with what defiance she had left. “Do you still have something to say?” she asked, angry with him and confused why she was practically crying.
“Yes, Force yes, Ahsoka,” he said, almost relieved. “When I first met you, I thought you were some stuck-up youngling, until I realized what an amazing p
Tears of BloodTears of BloodTears of Blood3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Blaster fire. Blood, so much blood. A pale face, mouthing words. A heartbeat. Rage built up in his heart and soul. He lashed out with the Force in anger. Everything went black.
Anakin awoke in a cold sweat, shivering in shock. He pulled away the curtain separating the room that he shared with Ahsoka. She was huddled under the sheets of her bed, pleasantly dreaming. The sight of her relaxed and safe seemed to ease Anakin's heart from racing.
Ever since Padme's death, Anakin looked to Ahsoka for comfort. He still vividly remembered his wife's death. Sometimes he would wonder if he could tell Ahsoka of all the pain in his weary soul.
Anakin sat down on his bed, his jaw in his palms, looking at Ahsoka sleep. He watched her breathe in and out. The repeating sighs relaxed him. Anakin watched the rays of sunlight cast over the floor as the people of Corocaunt began their days, the soft drone of power in the very planet itself moaning from the depths of the worldly city.