Almost at my LimitI remember contemplating
On whether I would be happy
Dating a senior,
Someone older and more mature than me.
I remember how happy I was
When he taught me so much in barely one month.
I remember the first time he actually took notice in me,
And said he'll never forget me.
As the days passed,
He was busier than ever,
With his soccer games
"You're more important." He says.
I told him I wasn't, and to get back to work.
He never stopped staying how important I was, no matter how many times I told him otherwise.
I recalled all the times I pushed away the fact
That I knew this would happen.
I knew drama would eventually arrive
And most likely take over me.
Too much of it happened one night at school, for it was Parent's night.
I should've known
That he wouldn't be allowed to come out of the classroom
And stay with me for awhile.
What was I thinking,
Waiting for two and a half hours for him
When I knew that it was impossible
That he'd even notice I was right outside
Justice: So Far Away Chapter 1
Who'd have thought that I would ever make a promise to myself? It's quite rare, really.
I collapsed on the ground after I punched the tree endless times, and I stared at the blue, cloudless sky. I usually don't take a rest; I usually head to my empty home. After Yue destroyed it, I simply rebuilt it, and I didn't even break a sweat. I laughed to myself for still thinking about what was already almost a year away. "I need to move on." I said, and after contemplating on exactly how that was going to happen, I switched to a sitting position and stood. My anger at Irumi and Yue died down a bit, and I could think a little more clearly. I walked back to the 3rd district, and as I walked past the trees of the forest, they almost seemed to shrink away in fear, knowing of what I was capable of doing to themunintentionally, mind you.
My house is relatively small; an ordinary brown one story house, not too shabby, but not too good either. Most of the
I Had an Awful FeelingEver since that night,
I had this feeling,
That he wasn't alright
When he said "I'm ok."
He wasn't even my boyfriend yet,
Yet I knew so much about him;
I could tell when he was ok,
And I could tell when he was just faking it.
I said nothing as the days flew by,
But I kept trying to cheer him up;
I let him make the decisions,
To make him feel like he was in charge.
Lame though it sounds,
I couldn't think of anything else.
I thought I filled him so much already,
But then he asked that question I thought I'd never hear.
"Will it be ok with your dad if you could be my girlfriend?"
Odd way of asking me.
I was perplexed and happy;
What could he love about me?
I already told him my past,
I already told him my weaknesses;
He said that he would love me no matter what,
And I believed him.
And even after we were officially together,
I kept trying to make him happier than he was,
Because even after we said "I love you" for the first time,
I guess I just wasn't enough
He needed more,
Justice: So Far Away Prologue
Rain poured down upon the 3rd district, a place where humans and hybrids lived together in harmony.
Today was too gloomy for one hybrid in particular. Thunder cracked and lightning streaked across the sky. This hybrid, with wolf ears and a fluffy gray tail, sat on the sidewalk. Mizuki Haruno is her name. Her usually bouncy blue hair was now flat from the rain, and she was soaked to the bone. Her ears drooped and her tail was wrapped around her in vain to try and keep warm. What made it worse was because she wore a blue tank top and worn out jeans. Her light blue eyes showed nothing but dullness and weakness.
She was full of it. She was only 13 years old. The only reason she was out in the rain was because her parents died protecting her from some jackal gang that's currently going around killing everyone. They lusted after blood, the smell and the taste, and the sight.
Don't you want to become stronger?
There was that voice in her head again.