You heard an impossibly quiet sound and turned towards Canada. You were one of the only people who could see him, let alone hear him.
“I’m sorry about this, (Name). I-I didn’t t-think it would be this bad.” You strained to hear the last bit.
You were at the world conference at Canada’s request. The two of you had been friends for a long time, though now you were beginning to wonder why you were enduring this torture for him. Oh, yeah, you’d gone and acquired a crush on him.
“It’s not a problem.” you forced a smile, “I think I’ll just go get some air.”
“I’ll come with you.”
With that you and Matthew slipped quietly away from the table
There are some things I must make clear--things we have talked about-- before we are married.
You must know my reluctance to marry, my feeling and worry that I hereby shatter my chances in the Survey Corps; which you are well aware is of the utmost importance to me. As of late, I see the move and choice of marriage foolish and unwise and while I am aware of the compensation and benefits of having you as my wedded partner, I have no heart to look ahead.
Upon declaring marriage, I want you to understand and agree to let us not interfere with the other's work or play, nor let the world see our private joys or disagreements. In this connection and mutual agreement, I may have to keep some place where I can go to be myself, now and then, for I cannot guarantee to endure at all times the confinement of being in your cage.
You must know that my reluctan
An emotionless stare was the only response from [Name] as she waded through the crowd with a blank and empty face. There were no tears dripping off her chin like he had expected, there was no yelling or screaming like he had expected; she only stared down at him with no remorse as she drew her blades.
He'd never actually felt terrified before, it was an indescribable feeling; his body was shuddering so hard it was beginning to ache, he couldn't look away from her beautiful eyes and his lips were dry without pleading words.
The crowd surrounding them was silent, there was no hushing or whispering in the air as she stared down him like he was the scum of the earth. Without emotion in her face, she kicked him so hard that he spit a tooth out and tasted blood from his nose gather in his mouth. Spitting it out, he avoided her spitting it on her boots by all costs and shuddered harder when her fingertips brushed against h