The Side of Life - Ch2After having watched Ariona and her band of misfits leave, Kaoru had climbed into her Tundra and taken off in the opposite direction.
"Failed to grab it again?" asked a gruff voice, though there was no-one else in the blue truck other then Kaoru.
Kaoru's eye's narrowed, he was in no mood to chat.
"At this rate that scrawny blonde will get it first, and you know where that leaves you."
"Shut up Coldedge. I know what I'm doing."
Coldedge simply laughed.
Kaoru never did like the the truck, or his additude.
He like less the situation he was in.
At least he was ahead of Trisha.
She may have been closer to what they wanted, but he doubted that she knew that.
He doubted alot of the blondes intelligence.
Coldegde pulled to a stop at the red light Kaoru tensed as the passenger door came open.
He scowled coldly as Trisha lifted herself into the seat beside him.
"Get out of my truck." he stated, his tone matching his icy gaze.
Trisha simply ignored him as the door closed behind her,
The Side of Life - Ch1After her shower last night, Ariona hadn't even tryied to go back to sleep.
Vivid memories still played in her mind, there clear images haunting her in her wakeful state, she didn't want to see what they'd do while sleeping.
she elready knew what they'd be,..
So here she found herself, pulling into the parking lot at school, without sleep.
Rubbing her eyes she groand and shoved her car door closed.
"Ariona." came a familiar voice.
Sighing Ariona turned a smile to her friend Noriki,
"Suprised to see you here before third period." she teased.
"Your one to talk Ari. You look like the living dead."
"You'd like that, wouldn't you?" a wide grin spread across Ariona's face, as Noriki stuck her tongue out, unamusedly.
Both girls shared a laugh as they shoved open the doors and made their way into the crowded halls.
"But really, was it those dreams again?" Noriki asked, turning back to a more serious tone.
Ariona closed her eyes and sighed in annoyance, though she couldn't blam
The Side of Life - PreChThe small girls eyes lit up as she closed the slender box and smiled at teh boy sitting with her,
"I'll wear it forever." she said happily, eyes dancing as she clutched the box against her chest portectively.
Then everything faded away and the girl was in another place.
She was a few years older now, and surrounded by adults that seemed preoccupied by something of importance.
"Please? Why can't I go?" she pleaded, her eye's almost in tears as she gripped the necklace she was wearing far to tightly.
No-one seemed to care, if they noticed at all.
Why couldn't she come? She wanted to say goodbye to grandpa to.
"You'll understand when your older."
Those words echo'd as the girl found herself falling back into the past again, from years before.
She watched in horrified silence, wishing her body would elt her move, she wanted to help!
She stay where she was left, hidden from the terror not far from her, far to scared to move.
Unfolding before her eyes was a bloodbath, and though her memories