Endless Rain part 68Endless RainEndless Rain part 689 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Chapter 68: Sad Dreams
© 2006 Kitty Ocean
"Shuhan?" The voice called through the mist. "Shuhan-sama?" A young girl walked through the nebula's that danced around her. "Shuhan, I can't find you!" The girl had loose blue hair till the half of her back, waving in the wind. On either side of her face she had a thin braid, decorated with beads and feathers. In her hair, it seemed as if little stars were woven into the blue locks, dancing like little stars.
Around her body she wore a pearl coloured dress, having a different shade whenever the light hit it. It was a simple one, fit for a princess. The belt around her waist was made out of white-silver rings, decorated with shimmering drop-shaped diamonds. Ribbons and other small decorations were all around her arms, dress and neck.
"Shuhan-sama!" Hitori called out again. "Shuhan-sama, where are you?"
All of a sudden, a hand touched Hitori from behind on her shoulder. Shocked, the Lady of the Mikomi snapped around, with her pink e
Endless Rain 56Endless RainEndless Rain 5610 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Part 56: The new life
©2005 – Dec. 5th Kitty Ocean
Hitori looked at the ceiling. It was strange. Hana had tucked her in, after her confession that she had very little desire left to be a tribes leader. She had only one wish, but she couldn't speak that one out loud. It was a selfish wish, and this tribe needed her. One day her wish would be fulfilled, but not now. She was patient; she could wait.
'Awe, poor child… are those Hikari Crystals gaining weight? You shouldn't suffer like that. Nobody understands your pain. But I do…'
Hitori had been through a lot of crazy things lately. Hearing voices was probably another sign she was losing it. Little did she know, that this thought was probably her savior.
Zesshou had followed the Sendo. He knew where they were going. And he also knew what they were carrying. A part of him wanted to rush out and grab Siren out of their clutches. Another part was happy she was taken along; because that would mean he didn't have to marry someone
Endless Rain 52Endless RainEndless Rain 5210 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Episode 52: Unlike other girls
© 10th of November 2005 Kitty Ocean
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Hitori looked at the bubble. Through it, she managed to see some shades on the shore, but they were too vague to see who they belonged to. And maybe it was only her imagination. Maybe it was the influence of the Hikari Crystals. After all, Ty did tell her they were affecting her.
Hitori sank down on the ground and sighed relieved when she thought she saw the shades vanishing. "Hitori!" Hana walked at her and embraced her best friend. "It all went so fast! What happened?"
Hitori looked at Hana. Hana was still the same. She had always been the same. Yet Hitori felt like something between them had changed. Hitori had changed. Did Hana not see that? Or maybe Hana didn't want to see it.
"Hana." Hitori only said. "I think I need some time alone." With those words, Hitori turned away from Hana, and walked to a rock far away from her.
"What… why did she…?" Hana poin
Endless Rain 48Endless Rain 4810 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Part 48: To choose between two pains
©2005 Kitty Ocean
Drip, drip, drip. The morning dew dripped from the leaves, into a streaming river. The usual circles those drops usually create, were now invisible amidst the current. Nobody cared about the river. It had always been there. Just like the rain. Endless Rain; the only thing the people in the valley could be certain off. It would never stop.
For centuries, nobody cared where the water would go. It just vanished, and would fall out of the skies again. An eternal circle.
The hand reached into the water, and carefully collected its prize. The prize was bigger than a fish, and a lot more unhandy to carry. But it was not something you would let drift around. At least not those who had a heart.
The young man walked away from the river, with a cold body in his arms. Water dripped from her blue hair, onto the dirty soil. The young man was the only one who knew if the girl was still alive.
Uncertain, Zesshou walked around in circl
Endless Rain Part 65Endless RainEndless Rain Part 659 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Part 65: Sometimes trust asks Courage
© 14th of April 2006 Kitty Ocean
"Mariko!" Moyasu and Sasaeru screamed worried, while both Baku and Typhoon Griffinstrength remained silent. There was no worry or fear written on their face, as the young girl leaped down the cliff, into the eye of the tornado. The hard roars of the wind hissed at the girl, as she was going down, and down, and down… into the heart of the storm.
It all began not too long ago, only the day before, when Baku had transported the little band of questing people to the tornado where the Diamond of Angel would be hidden. While Moyasu tried to lose Sasaeru by hiding in some trees, Mariko looked at the raging wind.
"Are you scared?" Baku liked to know.
Mariko nodded. "I would be crazy if I was not." She admitted.
"It takes strength to admit you are scared." Baku smiled.
"Well, at least I'm on the right track then." Mariko mumbled as she sat down on a rock. "I have no idea where to look; any suggestions?"
Endless Rain part 44Endless RainEndless Rain part 4410 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Part 44: Shame and Guilt
(c) 2005 Kitty Ocean
Drops of water spattered on the ground. The let themselves fly down in a suicidal speed, only to bounce back up with the same speed. Their landing was then much softer, as they drowned the soil below with their embrace.
In the Valley of the Endless Rain, plants adjusted themselves to the endless raining. The trees covered the flowers and plants underneath them, drinking most of the water themselves.
Right now, they protected something else. Their movements were silent, but it started to sound more and more like a heartbeat. Softly marching, the Sendo army, moved for a final strike. For Lana, the outcome was clear.
Death. Complete death. No mercy, except for one member. She didn't care who any more; just one who had to stay alive so that person could carry the Hikari Crystals. Three were found, maybe even the fourth already! And Lana wanted them; wanted them all! She had send her troops out this morning.
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