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86. Seeing RedThe entire time Carson has known him, Aaron has worn glasses. From what Carson has seen, the frames are always blue (Carson's pretty sure that's been Aaron's favorite color since birth), and they are always top of the line. Even as a child, Aaron was vain enough to brag about them. When Carson first met Aaron, when they were only five, he had never seen glasses beforenot on anyone he cared about, at leastso the spectacles absolutely fascinated him, much to Aaron's disdain.
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86. Seeing Red
The entire time Carson has known him, Aaron has worn glasses. From what Carson has seen, the frames are always blue (Carson's pretty sure that's been Aaron's favorite color since birth), and they are always top of the line. Even as a child, Aaron was vain enough to brag about them. When Carson first met Aaron, when they were only five, he had never seen glasses beforenot on anyone he cared about, at leastso the spectacles absolutely fascinated him, much to Aaron's disdain.
It was because he didn't understand them, Carson's pretty sure. Aaron told him that they helped him see; that he was far-sighted, so sometimes reading would give him terrible headaches that the glasses would prevent. This didn't mean much to Carson, however. It just meant Aaron had something he didn't, and he wanted them.
So he stole them on a regular basis.
'Stole' was probably too malicious a word. It turned into a game for the two of them: Carson tried to snatch the spectacles, and Aaron did his best t
1. Introduction (Black Roses)
She’s smaller than he expects, somehow.
Logically he knows how big a newborn is – even if he’d not helped deliver a few back in the desert, he still remembers the sudden shock of seeing his own smallest sister for the first time. But, logic or no, the tiny shape nestled in the crook of his elbow still seems somehow mis-sized for the world she’s fallen into: when he holds her, he’s half afraid that even the slightest touch might shatter her fragile form.
It won’t, of course. He knows that, just as much as he knows that here, in the heart of the Duke’s power, is by far and away the safest place in Dusk for two outlanders to raise a child. Just as much as he knows that whatever power brought them here did so for a reason, and that, if that’s the case, it probably knows enough to stay the hells away from their daughter. And just as much as he knows that, despite all that, they’ve brought a child into the world in the middle of a warzone
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Funny how looking back to what I was no long ago makes me smile,
I can hardly recognize my reflection and it scares me
because I know far too well there are many reasons for it.
It’s not that I’m going crazy and I can’t see who am I,
it’s more like when I see this version of me it looks distant,
perhaps a bit colder and yet brighter to the one I was.
Maybe it’s the fact that I left behind painful pieces of myself,
while craziness still reigns freely over the madness of my day to day;
I adore the side of me which is passionate and unable to hold back,
the same one which each morning say there’s something out there…
you get another chance to reach out that which you want.
I’m thankful to father Chronos and it’s unforgiving nature,
the same one which forced me to recognize that I was no longer a child,
that I was well over the age limit I set myself so long ago.
I’m now thirty three years old and I treasure every single second,
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Snowfall by mode-de-vie
a white coated blanket covers the ground
twinkling flakes fall without a sound
the sky is an ominous cerulean hue
and the clouds they predicted are far and few
after the storm, it is now at ease
the snow gently drifts with the subtle breeze
I am wandering helplessly through the cold
wishing only for your hand to hold
winter will come and go without reason
just like any other typical season
but your love will continue to course through my veins
and I will never again be the same
To start ... ScarsInsideHeaven
To start anew
Blanketed clouds covered the hill,
Falling rain of my lost will
The pensive crystalline tears
The obscured hidden fears
The wish that leaves you astray
It's heaven's heart that loses your way
To start your life over at a certain end
Wishing again and again for it to mend
Though nothing can help fix
The trouble that brought you into this mix
The only thing to do now is leave
For them to finally start and believe
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She was perfect.
But then, that was hardly surprising. He had created her to be.
In scientific terms, she was a marvel of genetic engineering. A manmade wonder, harbinger of a new line of beings who were more than superhuman - they could hardly be called anything resembling human at all. Humans were weak, unreliable, prone to disease and unprofitable mutation. They were slow, practically deaf and blind when compared to any other predator, lacking a sense of smell strong enough to be of any use, lacking the claws and teeth to bring down an enemy when unarmed, lacking and deficient in almost every respect. Soft. Pathetic. Breakable. Prone to unwanted emotion.
She was perfect.
She had not been so when he started work, of course. He had wanted an existing model to base his improvements on, not a test-tube grown creature, and she had fit the bill for that quite admirably. So had many others, at the beginning, but the experiments and augmentation had proven all but her defecti