Akia - Chapt 2 and 3~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Previously~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~"Here, have a seat," said dream boy, " I made you some tea instead of coffee. I hope you don't mind." Harlow shook her head, "I don't like coffee." He nodded and patted the seat of her chair. Harlow sat, wrapping her fingers around her mug. "Thanks."The creatures had disappeared. She felt so much more at home.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Continued~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~The creatures had disappeared. She felt so much more at home. Dream boy sat with mug in hand, holding it relatively close to his face. He peered over it in thought. "I never did catch your name, " he said suggestively. He switched his eyes' focus over to her, left eyebrow raised."Harlow," came the reply. She spoke loudly and clearly. She seemed to have gained confidence in her new surroundings.Dream boy nodded, "You do know what you're here for, right?". He didn't give her time to answer. "More i
Akia - Chapt. 1 and 2 Harlow; a young, blue-eyed girl, drove silently in her mustang. Her music was blasting; a last attempt to calm her nerves. So far, it didn't get her anywhere. She stole a few glances out of her passenger seat window. It was a little hard to look through; fog and rain tried to ruin her view. It was a late fall day, and unusually dark. Every few miles a bridge connected her road to a nearby town. A river ran between the two. Harlow ignored the bridges. She simply continued driving with no destination in mind. City lights mirrored into the river, one of the most beautiful things she'd seen in a while. Bridges seemingly floated in the fog, their lights blurred in the rain. It all caught her interest, but her fascination couldn't deny it. Something in the air was out of place, different. Harlow shook it off. 'It's just my stupid nerves,' she th
._Angel's Farewell_.I know just who you are,Staring in my eyes,You were so far,Far away from deceit and lies.Innocent as could be,I could stare on forever,While you stare right back at me,Wishing I was the one-her.You smile played a tale,That danced on my fragile skin,And when all else fails,I'll look back to what I could have been.On that late December night,Pure as snow,You came into sight,Said you didn't want to play anymore.Said you didn't love me anymore.My weapons hit the ground,Did my little angel just say,He didn't want me anymore,That forever in his eyes shrunk to a day.Black and White,Just as you'd left me,No more light,No more free.