Spilled Tea Ch. 1More Like This
"Aiya! I'm going to be late aru!" The Asian scrambled about at his home, trying to get ready in less than ten minutes. It was challenge, but he succeeded. In total, he only had a half hour to arrive at the building where a world conference would be held.
"I blame the stupid alarm clock...I hasn't been working for days aru." He thought to himself as he sped walked.
This wasn't the first time he was late. He made it a habit to get to a meeting early, about a half hour early too. Nowadays his immune system had gone bad, or that's what China thought, but he hadn't bothered to see a doctor about it just yet. He had been getting rather sick of it, sick of throwing his lunch back up. It had been happening recurrently and needed to put an end to it.
As he made his way into the building he rushed up the stairs, having a hunch the elevator would make him definitely late. Rolling down one of his abnormally long sleeves, he checked his watch, cursing to himself finding he was twelve minutes late.
Painting a DreamMore Like This
The wall glowed with light as England let his paintbrush dance along the stonework.
Someone would probably arrive and wash it off before tomorrow morning, but he needed to let it out, if only just once.
He painted the ocean a rich sea green, filled with mighty vessels that outshone the ones they currently built. They had rich white sails and a deck so large you could walk around on it.
There was a man's face above the ships; tanned skin and dark green eyes, too dark to be his own; wearing a cruel sadistic smile under his dark hair.
The little boy scratched his chin for a moment considering his picture, before dashing out the brush again.
The Viking longboats joined his ships, their dragon heads glaring and terrifying. England was careful to paint every detail like he remembered it; the great fangs that had come down on him when he was younger. Rowed by many men with cruel brutal faces.
Horses with their hooves raised; like that day France had come with the people of Normandy across the