Elricest: MarriageHe watched as the family of four walked down the street together. There was nothing strange about this family. That was not why he watched.Elricest: Marriage4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
He watched because they were perfectly ordinary.
There were the mother and father, happy, smiling married. Bound in a way that he could never be.
Not with the one he loved.
The children, so obviously their's. Heads full of beautiful blond hair, eyes bright and blue. The looked like their father.
A hand brushed his own, and he started. His own silver eyes met golden orbs filled with worry.
"You alright, Al?" his brother asked, lacing their fingers together.
Al jerked his hand away, stepping away from Ed. A look of hurt flashed across his brother's face before the blond could hide it. "We shouldn't," Al whispered, choosing not to answer Ed's question. "People could see us."
Ed grinned, looking uncomfortable. "Yeah, maybe you're right."
Al's gaze returned to the family, now linked together in a chain of arms. His heart longed for a life like
Elricest: Romeo and JulietDisclaimer: Unfortunately, I dont own FMA. Im poor. T_TElricest: Romeo and Juliet6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Roy was the one who had found them.
Ed and Al, wrapped up in each other's arms, holes in each of their chests, directly over their hearts. Dried blood stained both the bed underneath the brothers' bodies, and the silver knives in their hands.
Roy wanted to scream and cry, like a child that loses a prized toy, at the sight of the now cold, lifeless bodies that had once held the lively souls of two people he cared for dearly.
Struggling to control the urge to throw up, Roy noticed a book resting in Al's pale, limp hand. Something seemed to draw him towards it, and he grabbed the book before racing outside and introducing his lunch to the bushes.
The thick book stayed on Roy's coffee table until the day of the double funeral, where Ed and Al were buried next to their beloved mother.
Roy came home that same afternoon, throwing his tie and jacket on the floor before collapsing onto the couch and pouring himself a
Elricest: FireworksIt happened not too long after they moved to America. There was an ear-splitting noise like a gunshot, and Al screamed.Elricest: Fireworks5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Ed felt his blood run cold. The noise had come from outside, where Al was taking down their laundry
In a split second, Ed had thrown his book into a messy heap of paper on the floor, rocketing off their bed and down the hall.
Al! he screamed, racing out the back door. Al, where are you?!
O-Over here, a tiny voice replied from the side of the house.
Ed ran to his brother, crouching beside him. Al was sitting with his knees against his chest, his silver eyes wide and filled with tears.
Ed grabbed Als shoulders, wrapping him in a hug. Are you okay?! he exclaimed, panic clear in his voice. What happened?!
Al clung to his shirt. There was a l-loud sound, he whimpered. And then there were all these sparks in the sky. He trembled, and Ed automatically held him tighter.
Elricest: Whipped CreamAlphonse was putting whip cream on his ice cream.Elricest: Whipped Cream6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Edward snuck up behind him and grabbed his waist. "Hello!" he exclaimed.
Al shrieked and his hand flew up. His finger was still pressing down on the whip cream nozzle, and whip cream sprayed all over Ed's face.
Al jerked around. "Don't do that!" he yelled. Then he noticed the cream on Ed's face. "Oh. Oops." He blushed. "Gomen, Niisan."
Ed wiped a bit of the cream off his face with his finger, then licked it off. "Mmm, sweet," he said.
Then he leaned in and kissed his brother, and Al knew that Ed was right.
It was sweet.
Elricest: JacketThe old red jacket lay forgotten on the chair.Elricest: Jacket5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Edward and Alphonse were in the bed, holding each other close, and in Alphonse's case, crying. It had been two years since they'd seen each other, and seven since they could lay together like this.
Edward fought back his own tears as he gently thumbed the moisture from Alphonse's eyes and cheeks. "Please stop crying," he pleaded gently.
"B-But I missed you so much, Brother," Alphonse whimpered, and more tears fell; Edward caught them before they could go too far.
"I missed you, too, Al, but we're together now. You should be happy."
"I am happy!" Alphonse exclaimed, fisting his hands in Ed's shirt.
Edward couldn't help but laugh softly at the defiant look on his brother's face.
"Well, I am too," Edward agreed, kissing the brunette's forehead, and then, after a moment's hesitation, his lips.
He lingered there for a moment before pulling back, taking in Alphonse's flushed cheeks.
"Do you remember?" Edward asked quietly, worried that ce