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Bleach Grimmichi: One and Six“Why... are ya crying...? …Kurosaki?'” Grimmjow asked, his voice low and hoarse. His breathing hitched and his body shivered as it slowly loses warmth. Ichigo had his face buried in the dying Espada's shoulder, his hand on Tensa Zangetsu that had been driven to the Sexta's chest. “…You... sad?”
Ichigo mumbled incoherently into the bloodied white jacket. A sob accompanied it and his hand on Zangetsu's hand tightened its grip. The other hand he had on Grimmjow fisted into the cloth as he gave a muffled cry.
Grimmjow placed a hand on Ichigo's head weakly, almost tenderly, and comfortingly. The action only made Ichigo sob harder, though his face and emotion were unknown, hidden completely from view. He didn't want anyone to see him like this, especially not Grimmjow.
“I'm sorry” Ichigo mumbled, still slightly muffled. He heard the Espada’s forced sigh.
“...Nothin' wrong with ya killin' me, Kurosaki” Grimmjow muttered. He h
Prince of Wolves - PrologueAlone walk a man by the name of Byakuya Akuouji through the snowfall of Onodera town. This town badly snowed during the winter and sometimes caused deaths, but he refuses to move after his father went missing, and mother passed away a year ago. But, that isn’t the only reason. He wants to find out what he is, and he believes that his father might come back to tell him.
Byakuya was born with icy blue eyes with slit pupils that were never seen before, and scared the doctors when he was born. His father didn’t seem too surprised at his birth, and neither was his mother. His mother told him to tell other kids that they were contacts for his eyes so they wouldn’t think he was anything other than normal.
Shortly after Byakuya’s birth, his father went missing, leaving his mother to take care of him all by herself since there were no other family members, well, any other family members who were alive.
She never told Byakuya his father’s name, and hid everything be
White Fragment and Rain - Chapter 4It was cold. Kaede could feel cold coming from every direction, or was it just her? It’s been six months since her and Shiro visited Lake Tuoni in the forest, and she could swear something odd was happening to her, but school drowned her of those thoughts. Today is finally her last day of senior year, and she’ll do anything to make sure the teachers know how much she won’t miss them.
The entire night was filled with thinking of what she could do to the teachers today, so she barely was able to get any sleep before the alarm clock woke her up. She dragged herself out of her bed to put very little makeup on, and to brush her hair.
She sighed and knelt against the wall and thought a little.
Shiro has been here at her apartment for almost six months, and they have developed a friendly but loving relationship. She couldn’t believe that someone like him who she now fully trusts and isn’t even human, has made her feel like she has something in life since the seco
Stranger LoveI am not the sunlit wing-print
splayed out on the bedroom wall.
I am not the dark mass forming
in a corner of an airless hall.
I am not the viscous vengeance
where you sink your spinning wheels.
I am not the leaky bucket
hung up on your wishing well.
You are not my soul mate missing
wandering a winter's night.
You are not the sound of angels
singing by a candle's light.
You are not the rasp of fingers
fumbling with a hasp of steel.
You are not the tattered towel
soaking up the things I feel.
I am the oblivious child,
dancing where the wildflowers are.
You are my unwitting captive
lighting up a jelly jar.
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