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:The Next Life: Ch 2The Next Life
I awoke to the sun's rays illuminating my face. Why the hell were my shades open? I always kept them closed so that this didn't happen. Demyx. I gritted my teeth as my eyes fluttered open.
"DEMYX!" I screamed, grouchily. "Get your ass in here!" A mullet of two different shades of brown bobbed in, a pair of bright teal eyes suddenly appearing around the door frame. He smiled, cheerfully. Was there ever a time that Demyx wasn't happy?
"Oh Goody!" He giggled, warmly; sauntering into my room and spreading his thin arms as if he was going to jump on my bed and glomp me. "You're awake!" I rubbed my eyes of grit and glared at Demyx.
"You know better than to open my shades." I uttered, heatedly. "What are you even doing here?" I was pretty used to Demyx's spontaneous visits, but It was always a good idea to ask why he came over just in case he actually had a reason. He usually didn't.
"Well... I heard you met someone!" He said, rather qui
The Heart's Distance_______________________________________
The Heart's Distance
Yoshitaka Ichinomiya, or as everyone at the Imperial Academy called him, "Maora", walked down the pavement as dusk fell. The wind blew softly, scattering leaves on the ground. The air was rather lonely and solemn. Shortly after Haine Otomiya, adopted daughter of the Otomiya family, began attending the academy, so much had happened. Things didn't feel the same as they once did.
Haine-chan... The words Haine said to Maora echoed in his head.
"Fooling yourself with a lie... I can't stand it!"
A lie. That's all I've been living. Maora looked at the ground as he walked, as if hanging his head in shame.
Maguri. You remember, don't you? Back then, when we were young? We agreed that we would marry each other when we got older, but our parents said it's impossible for two boys to marry. So I came to this academy, posing as a girl, just so I could see you again. But things didn't go how I expected...you f
PC: Angel x MacCoy - Dance with MeDisclaimer: I don't own Dance Central or any of its characters nor gain any profit from it. Oh and I don't claim ownership over the song No. 5 by Hollywood Undead or gain any profit from it. This fanfiction is purely for fun and entertainment.
Warning: Shonen-ai (boyxboy) fluffy romance. And crappy grammar. OTL.
Pairing/Fandom: MacCoy and Angel from Dance Central.
Author's Note: Why yes, I write shonen ai and yaoi stuff and this fanfiction will be no different. So don't spam me with hate comments or even through notes if you dislike it.
Special Note: This is a point commission for PeorthMoon who wanted a oneshot of her favorite pairing from Dance Central video game. Now please bear with me because I don't know these characters well enough (or at all) to write about them. I'm just winging it at this point.
I sigh as I roll over in my empty bed yet again. Just another sleepless
SasoDei- Lost love PrologueSasoDei: Lost love
Confused and hurt Deidara watches Sasori.
"Why, un, why did you do this, Sasori?"
"Because I wanted to!"
"But... but I love you, un."
"Oh, come on, sweetie! You are my one and only.... And if you honestly loved me you'd understand that love is much more important than sex. So, don't worry! I just desire you!"
"LIAR, UN." Deidara cries. "You never did, you fucking idiot! Y-you simply used me.... used me and broke me for the sake of your desire,un."
"That isn't true, Dei-chan!"
"Don't dare to use that name ever again, un!"
His voice sounds angrier than ever before. While watching Sasori with his reddened eyes Deidara lowers his head.
"I understand now. Everybody warned me, un.... everybody! But I trusted you, I loved you so much more than myself. Because of that, un, I didn't see what's real. While you, un, flirted with every girl that got in your way, I believed in you. A part of me thought that there was another Sasori, un, the one who was truly able to feel. I hoped
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