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A Vocaloid Fanfiction: Golden Heart - Neru - P5Why? WHY? Why was there so much rain lately? Neru hated the rain. She hated the feeling of being cold and damp, every icy trickle of waters finding their way down her neck down her back, making her shiver. The constant storms only matched Neru's mood as she woke up to her first day without Haku officially living in her house. There was so much more space and Neru felt the apartment actually looked bigger. But a bigger room meant a bigger emptiness. Neru didn't mean to act so bitter but the past course of events left her angry and raw. She didn't even want to be around herself, that's how grumpy she was.
She sat on the ground, leaning against the balcony glass door, holding Akaito's note from the flowers in her hand. She ran her thumb over the text, biting her lip. What was wrong with him? Every time she tried to push him away, he only drew closer. Every time she hurt him, he'd only react with a smile and continue. Why did he continue to confuse her heart?
Neru did not like to brood ove
A Vocaloid Fanfiction: Golden Heart - Neru - P4Neru awoke and for a moment everything felt normal and fine. But then she sat up and the feelings of dread and worry washed over her and settled in her stomach like a heavy stone. The sheer weight of it made it hard for Neru to move. She slowly got out of bed, seeing that Haku was absent.
Her eyes widened and she suddenly rushed out of her bedroom.
She couldn't have left already could've she?
She ran into the main room and saw Haku in the middle of a large pile of bags and assorted mess. The silver-haired woman turned to see her friend in the doorway, looking frightened and shaken.
Neru relaxed and leant on the side of the door, a hand to her forehead to push her bangs back.
"Neru, could you help me? I'm not sure how much I can carry on my way without having to make another trip "
Neru nodded and with a heavy heart she helped Haku with deciding on what she should carry and what she could come back for. In the middle of this, their phone rang and Kaito was on the line,
A Vocaloid Fanfiction: Golden Heart - Neru - P3"Don't stare at me like that, Neru! You're acting like I've returned from the dead!"
Akaito joked, giving a small laugh and a smile never leaving his face.
"What are you ?" Neru trailed off, her heart racing as her mind tried to comprehend the red-headed man in front of her with a black umbrella, shielding him from the unforgiving downpour.
"Speechless, in my presence again, eh Neru? My you do make my blush."
Neru suddenly felt anger bubbling inside of her.
"Leave me alone! Don't follow me!"
She sprang off the wall and prepared to run but Akaito grabbed her arm and with more ease than Neru had hoped for, pulled her back to face him.
"Now, now don't run away. I just want to talk, see? Harmless," his voice sound truthful enough but his piercing eyes gave him away.
"I have nothing to say to you," Neru replied fiercely, struggling in vain to escape from his grip. But alas, his long, slender fingers wrapped around her upper arm and there was no sign of them leaving.
"Whoa, whoa there,
A Vocaloid Fanfiction: Golden Heart - Neru - P2"I'm going to be moving in with Dell!"
Neru choked on her coffee and pounded herself on the chest to cough out the liquid that went down her wind pipe. As soon as Neru had sat down at their breakfast table Haku blurted out this news. Rubbing her throat, she attempted to speak.
"W what?" Neru replied, hoarsely.
Haku lowered her eyes to the floor and began to speak elaborately, something she did when she bottled up a secret. Once a drop of it was out the whole thing would come gushing through.
"Well, basically in hospital Dell and I have been talking and he's going to be discharged in a week's time so I thought I would move in with him since he's going to be out of action for a while and work at the bar from there until Dell is ready to go back to work. It's a paid vacation anyway but I want to be there to make sure he won't be getting hurt and now since we've gotten back together again I thought―"
"It's okay. You can stay as long as you have to. You're a grown woman you can m
A Vocaloid Fanfiction: Golden Heart - Neru - P1It plagued her. Those smouldering, evil, red eyes never left her head. Every night she dreamt of his face, his voice and his lips. He haunted her. He captured her. And there was no way that Neru would forget him anytime soon.
Gasping, she awoke in the middle of the night, soaked with sweat. She made out to scream but clamped her hand over her mouth. She panted while the cold air hugged her bare skin. Trembling, she felt a hot tear run down her cheek and she squeezed her eyes shut as more began to burn her cheeks.
The nightmares had been happening for at least a month now and all of them featured Akaito. Holding her head, Neru tried to steady herself and think back to when this had all begun.
It was Kaito's surprise birthday party and Neru secretly invited his rogue brother, Akaito; who had not been heard of or seen for at least a year after breaking up with Haku. He caused a minor ruckus and was taken away by his doppelganger brothers. Later however, he cornered Neru in her apartment a
A Vocaloid Fanfiction: White Feathers - Haku - P21Haku awoke groggily to the sound of her unforgiving alarm clock and resisted the urge to chuck it out of her balcony window. But that would require removing herself from her bed, which she was not about to do in a hurry and was losing her battle of remaining awake.
However, her eyes snapped open when she realised what she had set that devil of an alarm clock on for anyway and she sat up sharply.
She had been discharged almost a week ago and had spent the past days in her apartment resting, not ever leaving once. Now she had gained enough strength to leave she only had one place to go and that was to visit Dell.
He was now alert of his surroundings and had broken out of his coma but he would be suspended in hospital until his injuries healed enough for him to leave. And now that Haku was well enough to move around she knew that now was the time to straighten everything out with him; that faithful day where she snuck into Dell's room and told him her feeling when he may or may not h
A Vocaloid Fanfiction: White Feathers - Haku - P20"CHEST PAINS?? Bwahahahaha!"
"Oh shut up, Kaito,"
"Man that is hilarious!!"
"Not exactly seeing as Meiko's behaviour was the reason she got kicked out of the hospital. She shouldn't have taken Haku since she knew taking patients that had not recovered to roam aimlessly around the hospital was against the rules. No wonder she got kicked out," Neru pointed out to her giggling friend. She had been made aware of what had happened at the hospital while her back was turned.
"But if she hadn't taken Haku, Dell wouldn't have woken up."
Both parties looked at their sleeping friend, exhausted from her reckless day of going around the hospital. After the doctor looked up on Dell, adding news to charts and other complicated things he ordered a nurse to take Haku back to her room and politely asked Meiko to leave the hospital premises before he called security or something. Haku could not remember exactly as after finding out that Dell was now going to be okay, she was drained an
A Vocaloid Fanfiction: White Feathers - Haku - P19"Meiko! We can't do this! The nurses!"
"Oh don't worry about them, the nurses on this ward are on their coffee break and out for a smoke. You'll be FINE! Now shut up and let me put you in this wheelchair I borrowed!"
and that's how Meiko, Haku and Kaito who was waiting outside her hospital room began cruising down her ward as if nothing was up at all. Haku looked like she was just being discharged and according to Kaito who had spoken to Haku's doctors and they said she would be fine to go soon anyway. But Meiko knew Haku needed to see Dell right there and then. There was no update on his condition and things were sounding grim but Haku had to see him for herself.
And Haku was secretly glad to be leaving her dull hospital room. Day in and day out, doctors and nurses would come in to poke and prod her and check her vitals and what not. Most of it just went in one ear and out the other for her; needless to say, she wasn't interested in being a doctor. She hated the hospital en
A Vocaloid Fanfiction: White Feathers - Haku - P18The girl hid inside the library, clutching her set of books to her chest and she was scrunched up in a ball behind a bookshelf. She could barely breathe because she was so nervous. She slowly got to her feet and peered around the bookshelf. The girl felt her long, silver hair swing over her shoulder but she ignored it as her eyes were fixed on the man sitting a little further away from her at one of the studying desks. He was fiddling with a pen in his hand as he looked down at his work, a concentrated frown on his face. While he was distracted the girl drunk in every detail about him: his shiny, grey hair that was pulled back in a small, spiky ponytail and stray strands too short to pull back hung over his face like bangs to his pale, creamy skin and tall but extremely skinny body frame. The girl's face was tinged red as she saw the man blink and lift his head from his studies. She hurried back behind the bookshelf out of sight, certain that he had not seen her. The man looked at the
Her CatalystAs she walks through the maelstrom, the words trace upon the tips of her fingers and press into the stone. Every brick, every crack in the concrete, every crossed and angular stroke in reds and blacks and oranges. The drips of the gasoline pool around the base of her boots, slosh as she steps over the burst pipes and the rubble.
So much rubble. So little outcry. The silence of the city grates on her eardrums and the mantras she'd been forced to memorize. The Seers demanded they observe thirteen years of recitation before they attempt to weave their first World together.
But who other than the Seers can claim the incantations that knot the skeins they twist and pull on like reins hold fast? When have any of the Sisters recorded the visions they traced upon space-time and recited them, left them open for critique and discussion and debate?
Which is why she walks through the chalky soot of the smashed city around her. This all
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