Tuesday, 26 August 2008
02:09:01 PM (GMT)
Shadows crossed the nine angel's faces as they stared at a shinging face that a
voice seemed to echo upon.
" Go. Find the white angel. She has turned dark. Unite the angels of color to retore
Then they felt themselves falling, falling.
Meanwhile, on earth....
Beams of light of different colors shot across the sky.
Never before had they experianced something like this.
Kiko, the lavender angel, fell to an ally, and she changed from an angel to a human.
"Rather unclean." She thought to heself, as she flicked grit off of her shoes.
The moon shone bright. "About this time people eat dinner." She remembered."I guess
go to the market."Angels didn't need to eat, but if she wated to blend in, she'd
better find food.
She entered the market and glanced all around. The sights and sounds filled her with
There were buns, meats, candies, toys, things for everyone young and old.
She came upon a stall that was about to close that seemed to have good food. A boy
that appeared to
be 18, beconed her.
"You will be our last customer." He said, smiling warmly.He noticed an athemest
bracelet. On her wrist.
"You...are an angel." He whispered. Kiko nodded." How did you know?" "The head angel,
the one you saw before you came,
I am a messanger and a soldier for her. I will provide you for what you need."
"Arigato!" Kiko replyed.
"You will know me as....your older brother. Come, lets go. Oh, and my name is
(no Idea why it says Bob-sama.
The two "siblings" came upon a manion. Kiko stared up at the massive building.
"Whaaaaa!" She cooed in admiration.
Hisoka pushed in the code, and the gate to the house opened. "Time to go in. Come I
will show you your room.
The sun shone through the painted glass windows. Many maids awaited their command.
"Good night. Sleep well, for tomorrow is school." Hisoka smiled.
School? Oh, yes. The human place of learning.
Kiko Went to the massive room, and flopped into the bed. Her head swirled witht
houghts of the next day. Then, after a few minutes, she fell asleep.
Last edited: 27 August 2008