Don't be sad, my broken, I will be here.
When you want to talk, I will listen.
When you want to listen, I will talk.
When you want someone to hold, I will be here.
Life's been rough, life's been cruel.
Life's brought me to you.
So don't be sad, my disheartened, because I will be here.
Reality has been here to scorn you,
Fate has been here to mock you,
But now I am here to heal you,
To mend this once broken heart.
Don't be sad, my discouraged, because I will be here.
Ask, and I will tell you.
Ask, and I will listen.
Ask, and I will do anything for you.
So tell me, why have you always looked so sad?
Tell me, what can I do to make you smile?
Don't be sad, my dejected, because I will be here.
The world is so bitter sweet,
We make it through the bitter,
But it's the sweet that keeps us going.
This dream is not a dream,
This is what life is about,
This so sweet moment in time.
Keep it. Believe in it.
Smile, my Sunshine, because I will be here.
"What was that for?" He hissed out to his right once he made sure he was in no more danger of dropping his food.
"Don't look now, but that girl's back again." The leader of their troupe, Logan, snickered.
"What girl?" Milo lifted his head to look around but was quickly stopped by Logan's hand pushing it back down.
"What did I just say?" He whispered back at him. "You haven't noticed? She's was here every day last week." He let go of Milo and resumed eating his lunch.
The boy on the other side of Logan, the athlete of the group, leaned forward to look past him.
Even as most people didn't believe in an actual god that made their town beautiful, they all thought the holiday was a good way to let off steam from a year of hard work, and many others just thought it a nice way to commemorate their good fortune. It became a time of community and a sign of peace between the people. There was also the added bonus that when so many visitors came, all the busi
He stood there and waited but, even after several minutes, no one came by; no students, no teachers, and certainly no brown haired stalkers. At this rate, he was going to miss lunch entirely. He had avoided eating or even sitting down for the sake of quickness when she did come, but as the minutes ticked away agonizingly slowly and his stomach growled impatiently it was starting to seem like it was a bad idea. If she ended up not
He walked into each of the shops and boldly marched up to the persons behind the counter and introduced himself. Almost everyone he met was nice and they would usually smile and comment on how he must be new, but when he asked about the god who lived there, they would all just say sorry, they were too busy to answer his question, and so he would move on to the next store.
The grocer and his son, who was in his late teens, were the most helpful. He too told Milo that he was busy, so he instead suggested the boy talk to the old woman who usually spent her time at the weather god's shrine. Milo thanked the man and went on his way.
He walked towards the direction i
He wasn't sure he wanted to wake up just yet. He didn't think he was quite ready to face the challenge of starting a new life, and so instead of opening his eyes, he nuzzled further into his mother's chest to bask in her warmth. He let the soothing sounds and the sway of the car lull him back to a pleasant sleep.
"Wake up, darling," His mother whispered as she kissed the top of her son's feathery head. "We're almost there. You can almost see the ocean."
He looked up from his resting place and watched as the waters slowly rose up from the horizon as they neared the top of the final hill. The sun glistened so dazzlingly off of the clear, shallow waves; it was almost mesmeri
Team Seven had been sent on a D-rank delivery mission to the Country of Water and Kakashi decided they would rest in this long since abandoned cabin for the night, seeing as it would be another several miles before the next town and the sun was setting by that time. He reasoned that spending the night in the middle of nowhere was better than traveling at night in a foreign country. Of course, they set traps all around the small wooden house to