BurningFire It lapped and nipped at his bare skin playfully as he stood within a ring of fire. He didnt understand where he was, or why he was here. Or why burning didnt hurt as bad as he thought it would. He stared downward at his body in complete disbelief, Im Im on fire. It hardly hurt at all well, maybe that was a lie. Am I in hell? he surveyed his surroundings, I mean, I know that Ive done things Im really not proud of but hell? And I dont even know how I died He looked around, squinting to see where he was.
Wait a minute Im not dead ! Then the shock hit him. Im not in hell either The plush carpeting, the floral wallpaper, the wall to wall bookcases, and the worn-out black couch this was his parents living room. Gah, shit! This was his parents house. This meant his fam
BrokenIf she hadnt caught him, he would have left without a word. She reached out silently and grabbed his arm in the dead of night and he forced himself not to jump. Even in the dark, she could see a guilty look cross his face, especially in his eyes. Those Mako-blue eyes burned through her almost-anger and turned it into a strong, unwavering disappointment.
Do you have another delivery to make? He nodded, but kept his eyes down toward the floor.
I was going to come back, he reassured silently. He made it a point to tell her that he was coming back. She guessed it was because he always felt so guilty about leaving her and the kids, and figured it was always going to make him feel that way.
I know, Cloud. I know, she replied, bringing him into an embrace. His arms snaked around her form. It was silent for a long spell as they stood, in each others arms. Cloud why dont you ever leave in the mo