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A faint clap of thunder, Clouded skies, Perhaps rain will come.
If so, will you stay here with me?
He saw you, every day, at the park. A bench and a half away, always reading a book, sketching, or simply staring out into the horizon. The park, for the most part, was calm, quiet, and void of people. Those who chose to come here often had some troubles, or needed time away from others.
This was a place where memories were made and forgotten, problems solved and where imaginations ran wild.
Despite the trash that littered the dirt path and the dreary willow branches that hung over the river, Aizawa found this place calming, more than anything else.
'Really? This is where you chose to hide?'
You froze. The voice came from right in front of you. Male. Deep. Instinct overcame thought and you rolled to the side, just in time to avoid the scarf whipping out to ensnare you. Air whistled past your cheek. Legs pumping, you tore out of the alley and around the corner. This area of town was deserted at night. High-rise buildings turned the sky into a grid of star-dotted black, like a giant game of Pacman.
And you had your very own Ghost.
Gotta collect that cherry, you thought. You didn't spare the breath to laugh at your own joke. He would be right on your tail, or circling around to cut you off. A cross-section approached. Left, or right? No. Straight on
Aizawa Shota x Reader
Working at the local animal shelter was quote the relaxing and self enlightening job believe it or not. For the most part, people would come in to adopt an animal and give it a second chance to be loved or cared for, warming your heart.
Others would stop by and ask if there were any possible volunteer hours, as they wanted to give back and give some much needed love to a few of the cute shelter animals that were desperately needing it.
You had quickly gotten used to a few of the regulars who entered the shelter: the group of school kids here to fulfill a requirement, the elderly couple who volunteered to brush and pet a few abandoned kittens and puppies and of course the overly zealous mothers who would come with their eager children to bring home a new friend.
It was an easy job to get lost in as well. Seeing all the warm, bright smiling faces deciding on which animal would become their new best friend. Even better was the react of th