AR- The Fool and The Star pt.3Hope? He was kidding himself. Axel had given up on hope after twisting his ankle for the fourth time on stray tree roots and now he was running on pure determination and stubbornness. His footsteps were quick and heavy, his boots now clad in mud and he'd managed to rip a small hole into the knee of his jeans after falling over once. Now, he was pissed with this entire place and this stupid bitch who had Roxas captive. She better damn well have a way back home or the redhead might just have to rip her a new one. "Son of a bitch is going to pay for this, her and her god damn lackey," the redhead mumbled angrily and as a result didn't hear the jingling of a bell, nor see the approaching body which he collided with, with some force, and toppled to the ground, hitting his back against a protruding rock and hissing with the pain.AR- The Fool and The Star pt.35 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"Oh my god are you ok?" A female voice asked worriedly and the redhead nodded, the jingling he could hear from her running towards him rattling around in his mind a
RokuAku - Make It BetterIt tore my heart apartRokuAku - Make It Better5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
It still does.
You don't know the feeling. The feeling of realising what was us as a trio is now the pair of you and me.
I'm alone and it hurts, hurts so much that I've cried myself to sleep over it. I wept for you because I didn't have you and that kills me. To realise that the chance I had to tell you just how much I love you has been wrenched away from me, like someone swept the floor from underneath me and now all I can do is fall and keep falling into regret and sadness as he lays that carpet out in front of you and you walk down it hand in hand.
It's been a year you'd think I'd be over it by now but it's just not that easy. But then again. You'll never know about that will you? Demyx.
It's raining again. Not that it bothers me, the cold water feels good, numbing my skin as everything else numbs my brain and I walk in silence, staring at the pavement at my feet, listening to the cars rush by and the patter of rain drops