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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
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The moment Patty, Maka’s younger sibling, slipped on the rock, he knew it wouldn’t end well. Fear twisted his being as he saw Maka throw herself into the waterfall after his sister.
He screams her name as tears roll down his cheeks and with superhuman speed, runs toward the waterfall. Wes’s cries for him and Maka along with the screams from her family, all of them are gone. All he sees is where her body was devoured by the water.
His foot gives an extra push and he goes soaring through the air as his eyes rapidly search the waterfall for any sign of the love of his life. No luck is found. He lands in the water and the current overpowers any sound that would’ve been produced from her. His vision is none the better with all the bubbles produce by the violent waves.
Luckily he doesn’t have to rely on human senses.
He feels a soul. A tiny soul with a delicious arom
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As soon as I woke up, I find myself on my bed inside the comfort of my own bedroom. The moon is up and it is dark outside. The sound of the Kishin stomping outside of my window is gone, now after all of these years, it is way too quiet without the Kishin patrolling outside of my window. Next to my bed I found a note with my name on it. I unfold it and read it.
When you read this, call me. I don’t care how late it is or how early it is in the morning. We need to talk.
I put the note down and I find my phone beside it. It doesn’t take long for me to find Soul’s contact, I see he has mixed with it since this is what it says; Soul Eater your bf ;*. Oh man. I don’t even know how I’m supposed to react to this. Am I supposed to be happy that he addressed himself as my boyfriend, or should I be annoyed that he says things when h
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“No, no, Maka.” Soul sighs impatiently. “You have to use it like it is an extension of yourself, not like a damned stick.” Soul rubs the bridge of his nose. “I have gone over this plenty of times. Shouldn’t you be able to do it by now?”
I pant heavily, lying on the ground inside of the sparing ring with my dagger lying beside me forgotten. “It isn’t easy!” The poor excuse for clothes he’d chosen are drenched with sweat and I stink worse than the toilet in the morning after my father has thrown up in there. I still can’t believe how he managed to convince me to wear short and tight shorts which practically shows off my butt. Not to forget the short tank top that ends above my belly button and shows off my greens sports bra that peeks up from the hem. Damn perverted Soul. “I have never dealt with any weapons before! It was the first time I held a swor
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“Maka! Come on! Go and gather water from the creek for the trip.” Her father, Spirit Albarn yells at the top of his lungs. “Be quick! We got to leave soon if we are supposed to make it there before dark!”
“Yes papa!” Maka quickly takes a steel bucket and starts running, but not toward the creek down, but up the edge of the waterfall and follows it up toward the river. She kneels at the edge of the land and the bucket sinks into the water, only gathering the surface of the water. Arms wrap around her waist and lips press against her neck. She leans into his touch and closes her eyes. “You were kind of slow this time.”
Soul hums against her neck and rocks her in his arms. “Can’t a guy check out his girl from afar once in a while?”
She giggles and twists her head and plants a kiss on his cheek. “I thoug
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Everything had gone so quickly. One second I was running and the next I was on the ground with the Kishin on top of me, and the next second, I was gone, just drifting around.
Soul came to my mind, what will he think now when I’m dead? Would he be sad or mad? Most likely he would be mad because he lost his Grigori Meister, now he can’t control me anymore. Maybe this was for the best for him, now he will finally be free from me and do whatever he wants.
It feels like someone punched me in my stomach. It hurts, I don’t want him to be relieved about my sudden pass. I do like him, especially now when he has opened up to me, but there is still so much I want to know from him. It was wrong for me to lash out on him like that. It isn’t my business to get into their fight, it wasn’t about me so I shouldn’t hold it against him. It is their thing to work out.
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Maka giggles happily as she tickles the belly of the cute little beer. Wes purrs cutely as he lies sprawled out on her lap. Soul’s thigh brushes hers as he peers down at the little beer.
“I have something I want to show you.” Soul whispers in her ear, her fingertips caress her shoulder.
“You do?” Maka whispers back and looks up at him. Her fingers still and the little bear peers at her.
“Yeah. Come on.” Soul unwraps his arm from her and stands up from the log. “The night is beautiful and they are out.” Wes groans and tilts his head.
Maka gently puts Wes down on the ground and stands up. “Okay, but what are ‘they’?”
Soul grins wide and laces their fingers together. “You will see.” He leads her into the forest, pass the sensitive tree of Wes. Maka bli