.List.I'm not asking for much,I just need you to love me,And to give me some of your trust,That's all I need.I'm not asking you to dodge a bullet,Or to fly with no wings,I thought you could do it,This of all things.I'm just asking for your honesty,Someone to pick me up when I fall,Someone who stands up for me,Because I'm a human-not a doll.I was hoping this wasn't too much for you,Please just check these off your list,There's only a few to do,Just make sure there wasn't one you missed.
.+Memory+.I remember the nights we spent together,Camming and talking all night,We seemed to joke and pick forever,And keeping our eyes open was a fight.And eventually I met you in the parking lot,My heart skipped when you were in sight,We never thougtht we'd really get caught,But that was just the beginning of the fight.I remember dipping my feet in the river,Sitting right beside you,I almost pushed you in the water,But I swear I would've went in right behind you.We walked down the cement pathway,Listening to the whistle of the summer trees,Too bad you couldn't stay,You were soaked up to your knees.We watched Lord of the Rings,With my head against you,We'd laugh about nothing,We stuck to each other like glue.I sat on the trampoline with you,Because you were too scared to jump with me,But I never knew,That this is where I'd be.Thinking about the past,Time took you away,It went by so fast,But I'll have you back one day.
Akia -- Chapter FiveCHAPTER 5Harlow sat on the wooden swing uneasily, the awkward creature sprawled on the porch carelessly. He stretched, digging his claws into the wooden victim, the porch floor. "I've been sent here to replace Elucia," he said after a short silence. His words were terse and said with distaste. He obviously disliked the sound of that.Harlow's breath caught in her throat. She looked up and met his eyes, "Wait..you mean..?" Burraku nudged through the unlatched door, interrupting her with a polite, "Correct."Harlow recalled Burraku's words, 'The rider dies, we die. We die, the rider dies.' She placed her face in her hands and sighed. She hadn't put that together. Burraku glanced over Harlow's solemn face, mirroring that of her own. She didn't want to plague Harlow with her uneasiness, but that was the cost of being one. Sympatheticly, she stepped forward and for the first time.. Burraku showed affection. She lightly rested her head on her lap and nuzzled her nose into Harlow's stomach.