Featured: Hakanai Jinsei
Letter for the deceased.
I am writing to validate my... Emotions.
As i have a serious difficulty in expressing my deepest feelings in fear of being vulnerable, i figured writing them down would probably clear my head... Somehow.
I know you are gone... The hardest thing i have ever had to come to terms with and accept... And i am not stating this lightly. As i am now in complete solitude, i only have my thoughts and memories to keep me company... Even so, i am certain this is nothing compared to the agony you had to live with each and everyday.
Growing up in the Uchiha household, i thought life couldn't get any better, this being when i was very young. We had a happy, healthy family. A wonderful network of people linked together and bonded by blood. Life was simple and i was happy.
Everytime i got to spend time with my big brother, i was on cloud nine. You... Itachi. You were so cool, so strong and smart. I wanted to grow up and be just like you. Just like my Nii-san... You were my hero.
I would train h
Void Part 3As they walked down the stairs from their apartment Ray said nothing, which was a rarity. Sensing his unease Kryss threw Ray a mocking punch. It didn't hurt, there wasn't really anything that could hurt Ray, but it still caught him buy surprise. Blinking Ray looked at Kryss who had already run halfway down the ten story building and found time to look back up at him to flip him a middle finger.
Now with a bit of motivation Ray rushed down the stairs jumping entire flights and laughing as he ran.
"You prick!" Ray yelled in jest, "You're dead now!"
"Bring it on wimp!" Kryss laughed, "Remember, you gotta catch me first!"
Thinking fast, Ray took a great leap off of the balcony where the stairs jutted out of the building. Now falling at a rapid speed and catching up to Kryss, his sight was drawn to a large black car pulling up to the building. Kryss, who was at the bottom of the apartment building waiting for Ray to land, noticed that he was distracted and saw what was coming. He covered hi
Void Part 2The morning has come and the bright light was shining through Rays' window onto his face. He stirred for a moment and then opened his eyes reluctantly. Turning his head to the alarm clock on his bedside table, Ray groaned as he saw the time was eight am. He put his glasses on, sat for one moment longer and got out of bed.
Remembering today was the day he and Kryss were being taken to some school for "gifted" youths made him less irritated about waking up so early, but he was still not happy.
Ray looked at himself in the bathroom mirror as he brushed his hair and made himself fairly presentable. As he went to get dressed he caught a glimpse of his scar in the mirror. He stood there looking at it for a breif second then turned his head to lead him out of the bathroom.
As Ray finally made his way into the kitchen Kryss was already up and dressed sitting at the kitchen table reading a newspaper and sipping on steaming hot coffee.
"How the hell do you get up so early?" Ray yawned.
Void Part 1It was a warm August night in a small town in the north of Scotland. The sky was clear and the ocean wave washed gently against the sand. Two boys sat on a cliff overlooking the sea, not saying anything to each other just looking out to where the stars met the horizon.
The first boy was large, much larger then a boy of sixteen was meant to be. He stood at six feet tall and was built like a soldier with muscles that would rival a body builder. The only thing that gave away his age was his face and, imposing as he was, his face was warm and kind. His eyes were a deep brown that sat behind a pair of worn glasses, which in turn sat behind his locks of thick hair that he kept a dark yet brilliant blue. The only visible mark on him was a large scar down the left side of his face reaching from the top of his eyebrow to the lower edge of his cheek. His clothes were well worn, tears and stains and the like were worn like badges of honour always on show.
The second boy, although only a year olde