Because we fit togetherOur lives are short and our reasons for living are unknown. Yet the small time we are allocated we have the chance of something so great as love. To know it and to feel it, if we are lucky.Because we fit together3 years ago in Romance More Like This
We were in rows, our numbers unknown possibly infinite. Behind me countless of my siblings, in front countless more. Or so I thought. An indefinite amount of time passed and then I saw an opening in front of me. Through the opening there was a drop and at the bottom of this drop were more of my kind.
And that is where I saw her. She was long, slender and blue. I felt an immediate attraction to her that I had never felt before and could not explain. Perhaps it was because we seemed to be designed to fit together perfectly.
And then I fell. Slowly the distance between us shortened and my heart beat sped. A life with her flashed before my eyes and it was beautiful.
But fate was not to be so kind. I felt an invisible force pull me further away from her. As much as I tried I could not
An Animal Crossing Story - Chap. 1: On the RoadThis is it. I’m finally hitting the road. I can do this. I already should’ve been living on my own a while ago. “Bye Mom, bye Dad!” I waved my last goodbye to them before I entered the upcoming train. I could already hear it coming. My mom ran up and hugged me. “Remember to visit us, Annie,” she whispered between small, warm tears. My dad suddenly came in to join the hug. “We’ll miss you.” “Yeah, yeah…” I replied, smiling.An Animal Crossing Story - Chap. 1: On the Road1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
“All aboard, folks!” yelled the conductor, tooting the train horn. I hopped inside and started to look for a seat somewhere. The train horn tooted once more, before leaving the train station slowly. My parent’s waved goodbye while it left, and I responded by blowing a small kiss near the closest window. Suddenly the train moved faster, and soon my hometown Jupiter was out of sight and all I saw were blurred fruit trees, passing along quickly by the train.
After that, the train