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Just Checking...It's been while
It really hasn't been too long
But, for me, it's been a while
I really don't know what to say
Because I'm afraid anything I say is going to be stupid
How do I admit to you that
For the first time
You actually hurt me
I don't want you to know that
Because you wouldn't understand it
But it hurts more not to talk
Not to simply see how you're doing
You should see me in person
How I'm looking helplessly around the room
Biting my lip
Trying to think of what to tell you
Without telling you a lie
Or telling you the full truth
Friends don't break hearts
So how could I say I've been sick
Like my heart is n
Cardinal Offense MechanismSimple attic form
A pirouette in this twisted fashion
Mind set flawless
Gut flowing between the veins of right
Despite the bridge to the north
The left hand knows not its place
And my shadow hides on the bookshelf
Flapping hearts heads words around
and yet she sees nothing
no danger strangles the ankles
foreign bits yes but those claws do not consume
are there eagles circling the fire
Spin and walk in a straight tape
Stand back oh foul texture of metal
Thy poison doth not sting my breast
You know it is all air over fingers
More like a tightrope act
swift is a chair upon the face
to boil in hate and swim in the mire
Watercry - The Queen Is MissingThe first time Joseph left his room to join dinner at the table was also the first time in a long while that Sophie did not attend. Her large chair at the front of the table looked odd and out of place without her, and Joseph could tell that many of the table's diners looked uneasy without the presence of their queen. One in particular caught his eye: Aroion, who had already drained his goblet of mead twice and was working on his third. In a way, Joseph felt sorry for him. While he wasn't too fond of Aroion, he could see that he did care deeply for Sophie (though it was obvious that she did not truly reciprocate his feelings), and was probabl
Watercry - The Talking HeadsSophie collected her thoughts, then began again, "Well, it is basically how you said it: you need to figure out who you truly are."
"This Isyc god, right? Well, maybe I should just go to the library and read about this guy, then." Joseph smirked, wolfing down another sandwich. He wasn't one-hundred percent sure about this whole god thing, but sure, he'd give it a shot. Why not? "Easy, right? If I read about "myself", then I'll surely remember."
Sophie frowned. "It's not that easy, Joseph. Isyc was wiped from our history. There are a few legends about him, but in those, his name is Dea Oighear. Even I've only read a few of them..." the quee
Watercry - Haunting"Man, this is crazy!" Joseph yelped, stunned, "I...I don't know how this could have happened..." the boy sighed, then gave up raking through his hair for any kind of dark spot. Perhaps that insane dream...?
"I...don't know what to say, either," Sophie commented, tilting her head to the side the slightest bit. Several thoughts bubbled up in the back of her mind, but she ignored them. Instead, the girl smiled. "But it doesn't look bad..." - she wanted to say that it looked familiar, but stopped - "In fact, it looks quite good."
Joseph grunted, glaring at his reflection for a moment before turning away. "If you say so, Soph..." He scratched th
Watercry - Imbra'ni SaysIf possible, Sophie's head felt as if it were on fire, frozen, and about to explode all at once. The girl winced, causing the young page who held her to tremble nervously. She could hear his heart beat in her ear like a drum, mingling with the throb her head. The girl closed her eyes tightly, letting the world around her blur into a cloud of confusion. She could hear a voice, then two others ah, yes, the page was stammering as he tried to explain the predicament to Nana Essie and Koios hissed something softly, then Doctor Adrastos's arrived. Somehow, Sophie noted, her senses had sharpened, though the dark world around her seemed dull a
Watercry - Statua AulaDinner went exactly as Sophie had expected it to. Aroion sat to her immediate left, Nana Essie too her immediate right, and bushels of aristocrats lined either side of the table, chattering softly amongst each other. She frowned when she did not see Joseph, but shook her head. Dinner was laid out on elaborate platters before them, smelling just as lovely as they looked. It was strange, Sophie had to admit to herself, how similar and dissimilar the foods of this world were to that of earth; many of the same herbs and plants grew in either place (though there were obvious variations), and while some of the meats were the same, many were not.
Watercry - Fizzle TeaSophie turned her gaze back to Joseph slowly, her expression unreadable but almost a warning; Joseph shied away slightly, tugging at the soft sheets of his cot as he shifted. The girl let out a sigh, shaking her head the slightest bit to regain her composure, and Joseph looked into her face as if to find a clue as to how he should act. The teenager had to admit that, even though she was indeed a very odd person, and one whom right now he wasn't quite fond of, Sophie was a very pretty girl. Her eyes hardened into a chilly glare and he averted his eyes.
"Tell me, what do you have to say?" She said, as if nothing had happened. Joseph blinked. T
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