Lirin - Chapter 5“You’re… a TOTAL idiot!”Lirin - Chapter 5 by Nana-Blank
“Ah, Nin… Nin, I’m sor- Ow! I didn’t mean to- Agh! It wasn’t my fault!”
The green-haired elf snorted at her, shoulders heaving from pent up anger and the energy required to whip at the taller female with her only arm. “Not your fault?” she fumed, striking another blow to her middle. “It’s your damn fault we’re in this mess, Endira!”
“Oof!” Endira clutched at her stomach and keeled forward, wincing up at the elf. “Listen, N-Nin… It was an accident. A petty mistake. I didn’t mean to- Shit.”
Suddenly, the blue-haired female grappled up Nin by the scruff of her collar and pulled her deeper into the shadows of a nearby alleyway. Nin scowled to herself as she glared daggers at the curl of Endira’s knuckle around the cuff of her cloak. Jabbing her side with her elbow came to no avail, so she chompe
Flower Petals"I-Illia, there's, um, there's something I've been meaning to tell you for a long time..."Flower Petals by Nana-Blank
"What is it, James? Make it quick, you know we don't have much time."
"I, well... I like you, Illia. No, no, that's not it... I think... I think I love you."
Her fingers reached out and touched the glass as she let out a sigh. "What are you thinking about at a time like this, Magnolia?" she muttered to herself, the cringe-worthy realization of her thoughts causing her to touch her temple to the window as well. She shut her eyes to the refreshing coolness.
He just wanted to meet me, she noted mentally. That's all. Nothing else. It's been ten years. He just wanted to see me, take a trip down memory lane. That's it... That's it. Her hand balled into a fist against the pane of glass. If so, then why am I... so nervous?
As soon as James pulled the library door open, the rich, musty smell of faded, aging leather and ink entered into his n