Gute Nacht, Guten MorgenIt started out as a summer cold. Prussia would cough occasionally and have a sneezing fit every now and again, but it hindered nothing in his life besides his ability to talk (though to him, this was one hell of a punishment). Nothing was especially concerning about the fact that the albino nation had caught this mild illness.Gute Nacht, Guten Morgen in Drama More Like This
Except, of course, for the fact that he was a nation.
Nations generally do not catch illnesses without a proper reason - their economic state, their people, their land, etc.; these were all ways that a nation could become ill, since they did not seem to catch normal human illnesses. Prussia was almost an exception, however, since he had actually experienced the "death of nations," dissolving, once in his life. He had only been back for a short time, less than two human years, but in that time, he had done everything he'd wanted to do before he dissolved. He had mended his relationship with his brother, which led to a sort of "truce" between him and Romano, h
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Chapter 1: An Abused Child...
I ran to my room and slammed the door, holding it shut. I was scared, I was shaking and I knew trouble was coming for me soon. I hadn't done anything wrong really. I had just gotten home 5 minutes too late, but with my "father" there was no arguing. I would be punished. I just felt like screaming. They weren't even my real parents, my real parents gave me up when I was little and instead I was adopted by my supposed to be parents from America. I hated it here, I had always hated it here. They had abused me for as long as I could remember and it only got worse as I got older, making me more stubborn, more unwilling to obey. They didn't deserve to see me break. My mother wasn't as bad as my father though. Yes, she would slap me from time to time and she would yell at me, but my father was a different matter. Often I had to go to school with a ripped lip, strained fingers or wrists and lie my way through all the bruises on my body during gym class. I isolated
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Chapter 3: Carly
It was as if the world stood still. My head was pounding and my hands were shaking lightly, but I tried to keep my straight face!
After a few seconds of silence he forced himself to look at the General but he didn't loosen up one bit. He was just as tense as I was.
"No..." I thought to myself. I felt my heart drop in my chest. Of all people I got him! Why him? This was just my luck! This was the same man from earlier, who heard me call him an asshole and who I clearly made a very bad first impression on. This was going to be a rough start and with the plans I had for myself he was not going to take it easy on me!
"This young lady will be under your command. Get her back on track, understood?"
"Yes sir!" he yelled, saluting the General.
The General turned to me "This is Officer Beilschmidt. He will be your superior and he will break you" He said slowly, hissing.
I didn't say anything. I looked at my new superior with dullness. I had no interest in him what so ever!
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Chapter 2: A Useless Teenager
My mother woke me up at 5 am by turning on the light.
"Get up! It's time for breakfast" She ordered with a loud voice.
I quickly got out of bed. I knew I had two minutes to be at the table, otherwise there would be consequences. They were crazy with that! I jumped into a pair of old torn jeans, pulled on a long sleeved black shirt and ran a brush through my hair before rushing to the kitchen.
I silently sat down by the table, making sure not to make eye contact with either of them. My heart was pounding in my chest, I was always nervous. It was impossible to tell if one of them would suddenly jump from their seat, scream at me or just be nasty in general.
After considering choking on my breakfast at least three times we finished the silent meal and I hurried to brush my teeth. I wanted to make sure I did not cross any of them so I could go, but I had no expectations of getting through the day unharmed.
The drive to the camp was two hours long. It pleased m