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A Vocaloid Fanfiction: White Feathers - Haku - P17Meiko and Kaito had gasped but Haku only stared at Neru, numb and confused. Her blonde friend could not look her in the eyes and she kept them to the floor.
"So I did know him from before?"
Neru nods her head, solemnly. She swallows.
"When when you were in hospital, Dell came to me and I explained your situation on how you had temporarily lost your memory and would have needed help remembering people. After I told him he just stood there for a long moment before asking me for a favour " Neru trailed off and she finally looked up at Haku, who looked pale and stunned, but kept quiet.
" he asked me if when you woke u
A Vocaloid Fanfiction: White Feathers - Haku - P16White. That was the first thing Haku saw when she opened her eyes. Unable to move, all her eyes could see was the white ceiling and the glaring white light shining down on her. For a sickening moment, she thought she was dead. But then fuzzy colours of yellow, blue and red came into her view. Haku could faintly make out different voices as she slipped in and out of consciousness.
When she woke up again, she found that the colours were gone. Snapping her eyes wide open she tried desperately to sit up but to no avail. Both her left leg and arm were in a cast and Haku found tubes and other stuff she had seen on hospital shows in her along with
A Vocaloid Fanfiction: White Feathers - Haku - P15Neru had finally made it home. Her headache was now growing and making it hard to think. Rubbing her temples, she collapsed onto the couch, exhausted. Needless to say, the night had been a rough one. She sighed and brought her knees up to her chin and hugged herself.
Saying she felt stupid was an understatement. Neru knew she shouldn't have done it but she did. She had invited that horrible man to Kaito's party in secret. Neru had thought that perhaps she thought he had changed in a year's time? Maybe he wasn't still thinking of Haku? She shook her head. Neru knew exactly why she invited Akaito. And she didn't like it.
The scene of Akaito
A Vocaloid Fanfiction: White Feathers - Haku - P14"Are you sure you don't want us to walk you home? Or help you clean up?" Meiko asked Haku as the three stood outside the bar.
Haku shook her head at the two who were each holding one of her hands.
"If it's alright with you, Meiko, I just want to stay here for a little while and lock up when I'm done. I'm not ready to go home yet and I can manage the cleaning by myself. I I need to think over some things " Haku lowered her eyes as Meiko and Neru glanced at each other, unsure of whether to leave their friend. Even though she had calmed down and even smiled for them, the two friends could plainly see that Haku was troubled and obviou
A Vocaloid Fanfiction: White Feathers - Haku - P13Talk about déjà vu. The exact same pattern happened with the Shion brother dragging Akaito out of Haku's sight and out into the rainy dark night. Haku finally let her the memories of Akaito swirling around her brain settle as she let her knees give in and she fell to the floor, Meiko and Neru on either side of her holding her close. The other party guests checked to make sure that Haku was okay before in turn, leaving the bar. Kaito's party was over and there was nothing else that they could do. Now only Haku, Meiko and Neru were in the bar as the blonde and brunette rocked the shaking Haku as her heart-renching sobs slowed and only
A Vocaloid Fanfiction: White Feathers - Haku - P12The man in red made his way across the bar towards to where the group was, still around Kaito and Meiko with unwrapped presents littering the floor. Haku froze, watching as Akaito came closer and closer to her. She felt Neru's cold hand reach for her own as the two watched in shocked as Akaito closed the space between him and the group. Kaito stepped forward protectingly and stood nose-to-nose with his brother; their eyes locked on the others. After a long pause, Akaito was the first to look away his sneer still planted on his face.
"Well, well now. Looks like the gang's all here," Akaito said jokingly, his red eyes scanning the friends.
I wonder if you're enjoying
the curvature of her back.
The spine, a row of ossified crowns
crowded and curved around that defining neural superhighway;
that extension cord,
adventurously connecting the visceral
to the peripheral.
The horseshoe crab vertebrae
scuttle to break through skin at your touch;
a defining shiver.
I see your hands
around the rounded hills of her shoulders.
Scapulae jutting out with the extremity of the bend,
like a chicken's wings.
And the bands of these dorsal muscles
stand up like wings,
cast shadows in the dimples of the pelvis that she lifts;
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