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Soul groaned loudly when the bed dipped repeatedly. His eyes slowly opened and through the darkness, he saw his wife getting dressed. The moonlight filtered through their curtains and perfectly hit her bare back.
“Maka?” Soul inhaled loudly and rubbed his eyes. “It’s still night. Come back to bed.”
Maka didn’t answer him. She pulled her shirt over her head and tied a ribbon of her strings.
“Are you okay, sweetheart?” He grew more worried at his wife missing reply. The fatigue from sleeping quickly went away and he sat up on their bed. “Maka? Is something wrong?” He watched his wife as she headed toward the door to their bedroom and grabbed the red coat of hers.
His heart speeded. Something was wrong. Goosebumps grew on his arms and neck and instantly, he got out of their bed and quickly s
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His heart pounded in his chest. Like a sledgehammer would break cement walls and how he wished for his ribs to break. Never a day, an hour, a minute or a second did his heart not react of the thought of the girl he left behind.
He leaned against the glass of the phone booth. With sorrowful eyes he gazed at the blond girl who stole his heart in high school. The girl he shared his lunch with daily. The girl he always sat beside in the library, gazing up at her quizzical face as she solved the mathematics problems. He knew in his junior year he loved her. He treasured her greatly. He cherished her more than the air he breathed. His lunch didn’t taste as good if he didn’t share it with her.
But he was a coward.
And now it was too late.
She sat on a bench with her half-eaten sandwich at display. Her friends Tsubaki and Patty sat in front of her and beside her…
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Being locked inside of the apartment was nothing like I had pictured it. There were absolutely no rainbows or romantic moments with Soul, no, instead Soul was running out of the apartment as soon as his phone either buzzed or called. Sometimes I just wanted to grab his phone and throw it out of the window and continue the movie night we were going to have. Many nights were spent with Wes, he was surprisingly a very rough guy. He did have the manners and the looks of a gentleman, but as soon as you rubbed him the wrong way, oh man, he would curse even worse than a sailor.
It seemed like I spend most of my time with him than Soul. Since Soul was always out at night, I spend my nights alone in his large bed just to wake up alone.
The days went far too slowly. My homework didn’t manage to keep me occupied the whole day and the TV didn’t offer me much entertainment. The few books they had weren
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“You know, you look good as a brunette.” Soul smirks while he readjusts the wig on my head.
I pout and look away from him. “I prefer my blond hair. What’s up with these contacts? They are itching.” Soul had not just given me a brown wig to wear, oh no, he had given me blue contacts and other clothes for me to wear. He said if a Meister from the Star*Clan sees me around Soul and then feels my wavelength, they might put two in two and hunt for me. I understand he is concern and want to be safe than sorry, but it was a little bit uncomfortable for me to wear those clothes, wig and contacts.
“Just bear them this one day. I promise you as soon as we get back to our apartment, you can rip everything off.” A large smirk grows on Soul’s face. “And a surprise will be waiting for you.”
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A heavy sigh escaped his lips. A burgundy red silk dress covered her majestic legs and white sleeves grew out from her dress and ended at her jewelry-cladded fingers. Her bright sapphire eyes were like the sky they were under. Golden locks ran pass her shoulders and gracefully framed her long aristocratic face. The woman covered her giggles with a fine black feather fan as her long rich eyelashes fluttered.
Soul’s throat ran dry and he gulped loudly.
The bouquet of red tulips weighted heavily in his hand, at least hundred pounds more than their original weight. He became more aware of the copper ring in his pocket.
He was ready. Today was the day he would finally propose to the love of his life and hopefully as soon as she turn eighteen, they would marry each other and live happily forever after like his brother enjoyed to tell him.
His heart raced in his chest, tumbling aro
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The day quickly came to an end. Soul kicked my ass at the barn when we trained. He moved a lot faster from the day before and I barely had time to react. There was one time I managed to block his dagger, but that was only once. Even though it was only once, I got a kiss and Soul was actually proud I managed to progress in my training.
Soul drives me home and as soon as I get off, I hand him my helmet, or his helmet but a helmet he never uses. “I will pick you up for school tomorrow. I will give you further details about the plan then.”
School. I had totally forgotten about it. I still haven’t done all of my homework. I have been too busy with Soul, Hiro, Kishins and other Meister drama. I haven’t heard anything from Hiro since the Kishin attack at the restaurant. I wonder what he thinks, if he has even thought about me at all.
“Okay, I will see you.” S
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His legs dangle from the ledge and the wind caresses his cheeks. The cold air nibbles at his exposed arms and naked feet. The cold steel he finds himself on cools his body furthermore. The darkness surrounding him offers no comfort. The silence is killing him from the inside and out. It’s a plague he can never escape.
He feels his eyes close, but the world remains as dark as it was, no shift in the dense darkness. Shakily he inhales the cold air to then exhale equally unsteady.
If he let go and jumped outward, then he knows he would no longer be trapped in limbo. His soul would be free for the first time in many years. The weights and chains on his heart would crumble and he could finally take off and fly.
This was it. His journey. Where one chapter would end and another one begin. A chapter of agony and misery. There would no longer be hopeful thoughts of a better tomorrow to only be crushed into d
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Eventide AU. This takes place before the beginning of Eventide. This is the roller-coaster of emotions Soul and Maka went through before they got together.
Clothes rustle as my fingers work the strings of my shoes, making two circles to then cross them and create a ribbon. My green eyes stay focused as I shift to the next one and starts repeating the process.
“―the opportunity to choose.”
“Huh?” My eyelashes flutter as I look at Tsubaki confused. “I’m sorry. I spaced out.”
“I said,” the black-haired well-developed girl turns her body toward me, clad in a tight white t-shirt, “Sid isn’t the best teacher, he disappears a lot, but he is cool and he’s open to individual activities.” Her back bends and she leans down to her shoes and make quick work of her shoelaces. “I mean, he isn’t going to do any
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(This one takes place in A seat in the bus to the end of the road and it is takes place the morning after Soul and Maka got together)
I lay awake on my bed. The moon slowly faded away as the sun started to paint the sky a pretty orange. Dawn had arrived and my height had faded as I lay awake on my bed.
Had I made the right decision by taking Soul back so fast? Was I truly ready when I forgave him and could I ever forget the poisonous sensation in my stomach every time when I thought of Soul’s infidelity?
Slowly I shook my head and covered my eyes.
There was no denying it. I wasn’t ready to jump into a relationship with him. I was high on emotions and sitting beside him on the bus made me realize how much I missed him, but that didn’t mean I was ready for him again. Those images of him and The Dealer were still on my mind and that wasn’t something I cou
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Soul was gone when I woke up. He wasn’t lying beside me and he wasn’t inside of the bathroom. His jacket and shoes were gone and on my nightstand laid a note for me.
I’m sorry. Liz called and I had to return to the barn. Eat a large breakfast, I will come and get you as soon as the problem is solved.
I took Soul’s advice to heart. I made pancakes, sandwiches and two glasses of juice. I shoved all the food into my mouth and I ate it all happily. That was until my father came inside of the kitchen.
“Stupid girl.” He mutters while he walks up to the cabinet.
“I have already prepared your hangover drink. It’s beside the sink.” I say while I eat the last bite of my large breakfast.
He sneers and slaps the glass. The liquid runs down the sink. “You might