TerVen:Underneath the Snow
Disclaimer: "I do not own Kingdom Hearts. All rights of characters are reserved by SquareEnix & Disney."
Underneath the Snow
Ventus was pacing back and forth inside the castle, glancing his eyes over at the half-snow covered window. Terra had gone training by himself today under strict orders from Master Eraqus to cool off his head after losing another battle with Aqua. Ven was getting anxious though in waiting for him to return. He suggested going with him, but their teacher quickly dismissed him the opportunity. He explained how he wasn't ready for this type of training yet. Still, it was Terra, and he wanted to make sure he was ok. Who knows, maybe he needed a sparring partner?
He stopped in his steps and looked around to see if anyone was there. When he found everything to be cleared he sprinted towards the entrance. His tongue poked out between his lips, grabbing the handle and pulling it back. He was met with the bristling cold of winter, hitting his face with multiple tingles of
ZuttoNaminé stood in front of the mirror; Xion lacing up the back of the long white dress of her friend's. It fitted her perfectly, and as Xion finished up, she smiled, "You look beautiful, Naminé."
The woman blushed a rosy pink at the sentence. "Do you think he'll think so, too?" She asked as she handed her raven-haired woman a beautiful orange flower that she stuck in her hair, just above her ear.
"Of course I think so! Honestly, you could drape on rags and newspapers, and Ven would still think you are the most gorgeous woman in the universe," Xion said, helping the blonde pin the veil into her hair.
"There's just one thing missing," Kairi walked in, carrying a familiar ornament in her hand.
"My hair pins!" Naminé exclaimed at the sight of her two beloved hair pins, a brownish pink color with roses at the ends of them. She inserted them on the right side of her head, pinning back a strand of bangs. Of course, Kairi had her blue flower and ribbon pinned to her hair as well,
Love Is a SongTerra sighed and leaned against a nearby pillar as he watched the couples glide along the ballroom dance floor effortlessly. It was a beautiful sight to say the least; the pairs of hearts playing upon each other's light in such a simple act of moving in time together. The barest of smiles appeared on the brunette's lips.
From the other side, Ventus toyed with a curtain as he thought the exact same thing. Something pulled at his heart as he thought of how lucky those people were to enjoy such an event. The younger apprentice smiled a bit as he watched the rather romantic display instead of watching for any signs of trouble. He was sure Terra would tease him if he could read the blond's mind.
The older male gave a light grunt as he was nudged and turned to the direction it came from. "Hey Aqua. Not going to join in?" This earned him another shove to his shoulder and he chuckled. "I thought girls were into this whole thing," he continued.
Aqua crossed her arms a bit as he looked at the br
Fateful DanceDisclaimer: I do not own Kingdom Hearts or Disney or Cinderella (would be F***ing sweet if I did, Then I would've let Xion live)
Writer Terra ForceXIII
~~ Fateful Dance ~~
The clock tower started ringing as midnight hit, alarming Cinderella and interrupting her dance. Leaning on the wall near the huge entrance was Terra, watching the ball dance before he sets out for another world. He had his arms crossed and just enjoyed the ball, besides the fact that he was just watching.
Cinderella gasped as she noticed the time, heading straight for the exit down the stairs to the castle garden. The prince ran after her and tried to stop her but she kept running. Terra walked out of the ballroom to check on her.
When he looked down the red carpet stairs, Cinderella ran past a familiar blue haired girl. Terra quickly realized that it was Aqua and waved to her.
"Hay Aqua," Terra shouted, getting her attention.
She looked up at him with her ocean orbs that he'd admired for so long, making Terra lose
Kingdom hearts FragmentChapter I: The awakening
Tears streamed down as a young girl cried running across the wooden floorboards “Master, please don’t go!” With that she clasped her hands tightly around the warm red robes she knew so well.
Feeling her trembling touch as she held him, her master smiled at her as he bent himself down to try and calm the sobbing girl down, “now listen to me, I’ll only be gone for a short while, but in that time I’m away you can prove how truly strong you are to me.”
Hearing him the girl had her face down not wanting it to be true as she still held him tightly, but feeling his warm gaze she looked up at her master’s face as he looked at her with a kind and loving smile.
Then lifting up his right hand he opened his closed fingers revealing a present inside for her, the girl struggling with her tears stopped for a moment as she looked at the glittering object. She looked at it curiously with widened eyes and finally after a few
::Forever Yours:: PrologueDear Roxas,
First of all, I'm sorry. I'm sorry that when you get this letter, I'll be gone. I don't know for how long I'll be away, or when or if I'm coming back. I'm also sorry I couldn't tell you all this in person, but, as you know, I'm not very good at talking about feelings.
I miss you, Roxas. I know that's gonna sound weird since I see you all the time, but it's not how it used to be. I remember when we first met in Twilight Town, and when we first talked. Man, you really acted like a zombie then! I always wonder if you think about it as much as I do, or even if you think about it at all. I know you have other stuff on your mind right now, so I forgive you if your answer's no.
I remember when things changed between us, when you first met Xion, but...I guess you must think about that alot anyway. Anytime she was with us, you know, on the clock tower, all I was able to