Forget-Me-Not, Chapter 7Dipper continued into the depths of the animated complex in search of his captive crush. Trekking further from the light, he reflected upon the words of his newly-freed romantic rival. "How long has it been since Wendy was taken from that awful place?" he asked himself. "What if I'm already too –" Dipper shook away his negativity. His gut told him that there was still time; that his quest would not in vain.More Like This
As the determined boy hurried forward, he could make out a sickening squishing sound. Strangely enough, the noise didn't come from the soft ground beneath his sneakers, but rather the walls and ceiling around him. Unable to see the truth for himself, Dipper pushed his concerns into the pit of his stomach, resulting in a sudden outbreak of goose flesh. He knew that he hadn't a second to waste worrying about unnecessary factors.
After a few minutes stumbling around in the shadows, Dipper could make out a shining in the darkness. He dashed towards the beacon to discover that it w
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Levi stared at you in horror as you stood before him in the dimly lit room. He didn’t want to go through this again. Every time this happened he felt a little part of himself die. Despite how much he so desperately wanted to look away, he simply couldn’t. His eyes were stuck on you as you swayed there ever so gently, giving him a sweet smile.
“I missed you, Levi,” you told him. Your voice was sweet, but empty. As were you.
“Stop this, damn it. Just go away, I don’t want anything to do with you!” he shouted, his voice ringing with the choked cries of a broken man.
Your face contorted into one of sadness at his harshness. Even for the Captain, his words seemed to be riddled with a venomous tone that’d poison even the mightiest of warriors. “But Levi…”
He hated himself. He detested everything he was. He was pathetic, unreliable, unstable. Every time he heard that damned whimper of yours, or saw that frown crinkling your bea