Mon Coeur S'ouvre A Ta Voix | Link and MidnaHer heart was blackened, leaking an intense agony of pride and fury, incapable of feeling anything other than hatred. The girl was a demon, a cold soul, and yet she was all that mattered. The girl was no longer just a vessel of spite she was everything.More Like This
Fur torn through his flesh, trapped behind bars, with the sense of loss and defeat, Link perceived her as a pest. While useful, she was irritating, demeaning and selfish. She followed her race's corrupted ways, considered him useless and a waste, a Light Dweller.
However when her very life fell into his bloodied hands, when she literally begged him to remain by her side, when she apologised, promised to follow him, Link could finally see. While she expressed hatred, envy and every other sin, her heart throbbed. She wished she could be like him.
And when everything grew clearer, everything about her became apparent, Link could no longer think. She possessed him, played with his mind and stabbed at his heart repe
I Belong To You | Link and MidnaThey slipped briskly into an intimacy from which they never recovered. (F. Scott Fitzgerald)More Like This
'Are you all right?'
Maybe it was her mind, maybe it was her lack of confidence or maybe it was the amount of fear which ran through her veins. Whatever it was, she couldn't form a sufficient answer, so she simply remained quiet. Looking at him would be tricky, so she avoided that as well. Anything to do with him only tightened the chains around her wrists, and she could feel blood pour down her tiny hands.
The hut was warm. She didn't know why, but this was the first feature she noticed about his home. The warmth. It only reflected who this man was. Warm. Ever so warm. Whereas she had always been cold, frozen inside, untouchable, inhumane. Light was far more powerful than Shadow; it easily pushed the darkness aside effortlessly. Too effortlessly.
Light offered so much warmth and she, the Shadow, wanted to hide herself within its brightness, keep herself protected in his bright wi