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12 Days of HSV Christmas: Day 2 - Christmas LightsAki hooked her right arm with her twin as they walked around the town. Her left arm hooked Riki's and pulled him to walk along with them.
The two boys looked over her head at each other.
After their discussion about Aki, Riki had been a little wary of Haru, and Haru had been watchful of Riki. As long as Aki was happy things would be just fine. And right now, for her to be happy they were both going to spend the evening walking around the village with friends and younger siblings looking at all the Christmas lights people had put up for the season. The twin didn't mind too much. Riki seemed less than thrilled.
"Ah! Look at that house," The six year old Aoi pointed out one with lights that dangled off the roof like icicles. "It's so pretty!"
Hanako grabbed on to Atsuo's hand and snuggled against him for warmth. It was the cutest thing.
Jouki was in the front of the group with Hikaru and Raiden on either side of her. She was talking so much and so excitedly about all the lights and colors
12 Days of HSV Christmas: Day 1 - PresentsHaru wasn't big on giving out Christmas gifts. He no longer believed that handing out material things was a true way to express how you felt. Words or actions were needed.
Unfortunately, in recent times, the proper words were hard to come by for him.
"There's so many things I want to say to so many people, but I just can't get them to come out." He sighed to himself as he sat on the roof of the Haiken Shrine. It was the place he went to be alone and think. Few others ventured there unless they were in search of him.
This time of year was full of joy and togetherness, both of which Haru had no interest at the moment. All he wanted was to be left by himself.
"The village is so full of hustle and bustle. People running around like crazy trying to find that perfect present for each person they know." Words were spoken a loud for no one to hear.
Reflexively his hand moved to his pocket.
Only his twin Aki would be getting a present from him this year. "How could I not get something for
HSV - Protective InstinctsAki had told him she was sure. Sure about Riki, that is.
And it really was okay with Haru. He wanted nothing more than for his twin and best friend to be happy. She was more than able to take care of herself; she wasn't some delicate rose petal after all. That didn't mean he wasn't a little worried, though. He'd already checked up on all the guys who seemed to catch Aki's interest lately.
For the most part they were decent enough.
Raiden was nothing more than a flirt. Dou was oblivious to Aki's fan-girl crush on him. And Riki was, well, he was a good guy… deep down. Very deep down.
Haru had been around him several times since Riki arrived in Omoichidou from the Hidden Dragonscale Village. And they had teamed up with him for the Chunin Exam and it had gone smoothly. Riki wasn't a social creature by nature but had worked with the twins to get the job done.
"He's still kind of a jerk, though." Haru sighed to himself. He was sitting in his bedroom window going over the conversation he'd ha
HSV - Unexpectedly Expected, Part 2Staring down at her was a tall, dark haired man. She'd seen him before. If memory served he was another squad leader. Takeo was his name. And not only was pretty tall, he was also pretty tan… and pretty, well, pretty. He had steel blue eyes peering out through his somewhat shaggy hair. His muscles, which could be seen due to his sleeveless outfit, were just the right size for his body type. Behind the winter scarf he wore you could tell he had strong chin, not broad, but more…
"Uh… are you okay?" His repeated question brought Wolffie out of her blank stare. He held a hand out to help her up and she accepted it. It was unusually warm for someone walking around in the falling snow.
"Yeah, thanks." She blushed faintly at her clumsiness. "Sorry about that. I guess I wasn't paying attention."
Takeo smiled. "It's partially my fault as well. I was reading over the training plans I've made for the Genin team I'm getting here in a few days," he indicated the scroll in his free hand and for the
HSV - Unexpectedly Expected, Part 1Stormy nights were not unheard of in the Hidden Heart Shrine Village, or at least, that was what Wolffie was beginning to understand.
Ever since she had needed to seek refuge in the welcoming sanctuary it felt like there was at least one rainy night each week. Of course this was a bit of an exaggeration, though. In reality there had been a few larger thunderstorms and a couple rainy days but nothing worse than what she had experienced growing up in the Hidden Nightfall Village. One big difference between the two villages was the snow.
Snow was not common in the kunoichi's former home. Here in Omoichidou… there was snow on the first day of the holiday season.
Wolffie had heard stories about the snowfall and the cold. She hadn't really believed it until she saw it. Now, looking out her front window on the crystalized city, she was grateful Hade and Azami had convinced her to go buy some heavier clothing just the other day.
Among her purchases were sweaters, some thick pants, a pair of cl
KibaHina Month 2012, DrawnThe fang-faced boy and the pale-eyed girl are complete opposites.
Where he is loud and out-going, she is quiet and shy. Where he is confident and proud, she is unsure and humble. Where he is carefree and dirty, she is troubled and clean.
Yet, despite all this, there is a drawing force between them…
"Uh, Kiba-kun?" Hinata murmured.
His head was resting on top of hers as he hugged her tightly to his body. He shifted slightly to be able to see her. "Yeah?" Kiba's eyes were wide and innocent looking.
A slight smile tugged at the corners of her mouth. "You-- you can let go anytime."
He barked out a laugh even as his face shaded with pink. "What if I don't want to?" His arms tightened. "When you go on missions without me… I miss you."
Akamaru woofed his agreement and ran a couple of circles around them.
"I miss you both, too. But Kiba-kun?" Hinata was trying her best not to laugh at the pair's antics. "I was only gone for the afternoon. Maybe five hours." She couldn't hold her giggles in at
HSV: Chunin Exam Test 3"What are you doing up here, Haru?" Aki asked her twin brother as she climbed up to the very top of the stadium. She dangled her feet over the edge when she sat next to him.
He looked at her but in a way that had her questioning where he was actually looking. It was one of those deep in thought kinds of looks. "Nothing," was his short reply. He turned his head away again absorbed in watching the light crest the horizon. Dawn would be breaking soon.
The girl nudged his shoulder with her own. "Sure, and I'm a strawberry PopTart."
His sister's attitude made Haru smirk. "Maybe a strawberry Toaster Strudel, but not a PopTart."
"How so?" Aki demanded.
"Well," he paused to think it over, "you're a bit frozen at first but eventually warm up to most people. You can be a flakey at times," he winked at her, "and everyone loves you."
Blood rushed to her cheeks. "You can be such a dork sometimes, you know that, right? I'd have to hurt you if I didn't love you so much." She poked his arm. "But serio
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moon: i am
the silver pill
to weigh down
into leaden eyes--
i am the
of the dark.
the stars are
all dead in their
you'll be safe, dear,
as i am the moon,
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(i am good bye and yet,
you think only of romantic
i am the moon.
i am the crescent
and dead altogether,
i still die.
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