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Tell Me the StoryTell Me the Story by ~ratscout
I sighed and kicked the dirt I’d been digging through. She wasn’t here either… I didn’t even remember how I’d ended up trying to search for her underground on this strange barren planet. It was silly, and I didn’t know why I was doing it… the girl was gone; it was childish to convince myself otherwise. I didn’t even know whether she still lived.
I just didn’t want to be alone, and I’d loved her forever. I didn’t even get to see her face… I sighed. How much time had passed since I’d last seen her? I went down the hole anyway. I was feeling extremely alone; something I had issues with all my life.
I plumped down on the ground with a grunt of exasperation and exhaled bitterly. I’d isolated myself again for this girl, and now I was on the verge of tears. I shook them away before they came, and forced myself to my feet. I jumped up and
MorningIt was deceiving how peaceful he looked when he slept. Eyes shut, hair in a silver halo around his head, or perhaps pooled around his shoulders, mouth in a gentle line making an expression that was somewhere between a smile and a frown, Zephyr looked positively sweet asleep. If any of his men ever saw it they would lose so much respect for him—or so Zephyr liked to say. Noreat didn’t think that soldiers were that finicky. Everyone had to sleep didn’t they? Why would seeing their General asleep change their opinion of him? Now if he didn’t have to sleep that might terrify them, but he did, and that was perfectly normal, so it followed that it shouldn’t affect anything between Zephyr and his men. But Zephyr thought it did. Zephyr had a lot of thoughts that Noreat didn’t agree with.Morning by ~GrimReapette
Though, the nice thing about sleeping Zephyr was that he couldn’t disagree with Noreat. All he could do was lay there, looking beautiful, half covered
Curiosity“Look at this!” Mercutio squealed as he darted away from Cian.Curiosity by ~GrimReapette
Cian threw his head back and suppressed the need to shout. The two had been taking a leisurely walk through the cosmos up until now. Cian had grown bored hopping from planet to planet and he managed to convince his lover to just stroll through space. Of course it couldn’t last long. Not much of any one activity (save a few) managed to entertain Mercutio indefinitely.
Turning around Cian found a new reason to sigh and shake his head. Mercutio was floating about a large satellite. The silver and white constructed was oddly shaped, almost like a cone with a series of antennas poking out of it at regular intervals. Little white and red lights blinked on it, and a foreign writing that soon translated to Peregrination MARK IV was pained in red on one of the sides. It was nothing exceptionally amazing, despite how Mercutio flew about it, toying w
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