23 Nov 2019
There are a lot of things that Hawks does not know, but one thing he knows for certain is that his career will destroy Tsukuyomi's if he's not careful.
While volleyball is a team sport, you should have been stronger.
The letter comes two days after you hit land. Your right knee aches with ghost pain, cause long-forgotten. You ignore it, as one does, and tear open the cream-coloured envelope. Scraps of paper float to the ground, but you pay them no mind.
Sorry, the letter reads. Thought I should tell you Mom and Dad are dead.
It's not signed. You don’t need to guess to know who wrote it.
(Or: quiet moments in the life of one Kalluto Zoldyck.)
A tale told in three parts; it is a life she will never forget. The enemies will not, either, but it’s all the more of a reason to push on. Her duty as doctor is to resuscitate the agency so that it becomes the same sanctuary it was for her, for ability users around Yokohama. If that means laying this moniker to rest, she’ll do it without hesitation. It’s her turn to give back to the city, after all. Self-sacrificing and honest, who would have thought?
The ringer blames you, and he is correct. That knowledge is enough. Your healing will come.
You lay your life down for the sanctuary—the place you have learned to call home, the people you have learned to call family—like they did for you, years past. The brother says, “Please, you don’t need to,” but it doesn’t change a thing. The ringer blames you, nonetheless.
When a doctor cannot heal anymore, they must smile and pretend. They must reassure; your healing will come.
You are the angel of death, and it is a death sentence you will break.
28 Jan 2019
Your name is Bakugou Katsuki, and you have never known what it means to lose.
Your name is Bakugou Katsuki, and you are on top of the world.
“Why don’t you hate me?” you ask.
He smiles; ten million watts of honesty and acceptance that makes your stomach want to hurl. You can’t stand it. You can’t bear it. He says, “I can’t hate you, Kacchan.”
You laugh, short and dry. “You should.”
28 Nov 2018
You are two sides of the coin; except you are neither a coin nor a side. Perhaps a four-sided die—one for each sibling.
You are a Todoroki.