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Depressed, and I'm sorry guys...Hey guys, sorry for my absence. I'm sort of taking a huge break from serious art(Like actually finishing, I'm just randomly drawing a lot of sketches). I've been really busy with my grades, band, and family. But the real reason I'm writing this, is because I need to get a whole lot of stuff off my chest.
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See, the thing is, my closest, most trustworthy best friend, has recently been talking about her crush. I asked her who it was over the phone(texted her), and she said she couldn't tell me, but maybe someday. Let me back up a bit. Before all this started, we were playing truth or dare, and she asked me my deepest darkest secret. The instant answer to that would be that I'm bisexual, but I couldn't tell her. She kept on asking, and telling me she wouldn't judge... but I still couldn't. Next, I asked here who her crush was. Yeah, she told me she couldn't tell me. But I asked her, what colour hair he had, and she said it would give it away. Then I asked what his first name started w
48. Masquerade (Part 1)Fandom: Kingdom Hearts
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"May I have this dance, milady?"
Turning towards the source of the oft-repeated request, Roxas forced the pretty smile he'd been practicing ever since he and his twin sister first learned they could pass for each other. Right then, Naminé was part of the colourful, swirling mass in front of him in one of his suits, her long hair hidden under a hat, and any remaining chance of being recognized negated by an elaborately beaded mask, dancing and laughing with the love of her life. Meanwhile, Roxas was stuck smiling and nodding and going along whenever anyone asked him to dance, looking all the world like his lovely, technically available sister with a finicky wig he had to check after every dance, thick skirts that made him wish he could dance alone just to feel them swish, and a new corset that he still hadn't gotten used to yet.
It had been a long night and he just wished it could be over.
It wasn't that he was bitter about giving his p