Wednesday, 15 July 2009
03:57:57 AM (GMT)
I'm bored so I'll write....something >.>
here is some of a yaoi I'm writing:
The sun was slowly rising above the trees as the people began to awaken in the
village. Remerald was filled with the sounds of people waking up. The cool salt air
wafted in from the ocean and settled over the homes. Surrounding the village on both
sides were cliffs, carved from centuries of erosion. They stood over the white sand
like giants, some even reaching into the forest. Ancient trees towered even over the
tallest of the cliffs.
Sitting at the edge of one of the cliffs, someone was looking out to the horizon.
Its was a young man, not more than seventeen. His clear blue eyes pierced through the
sky, scanning the sea. Mizu loved to climb these cliffs and stare out into the sea.
Somehow it felt like he was home. Even though the cold morning air was beginning to
blow harder, he was only wearing a t-shirt and a pair of shorts. His sun-streaked
brown hair flew about in the breeze.
Mizu looked down to the village. Boats were setting sail. He knew one day he would
be on one of them, working as a fisherman. He hated fishing. Stuck on a boat for days
at a time was not how he liked to live. He preferred to explore. He had already
explored more of the forest than anyone else in the village. He loved the salty air
of the sea, but he knew his life would be spend with the forest. He laid back on the
sandy rock. The bright blue sky calmed him. He closed his eyes and took a short nap.
When he woke up the sun was almost all the way down. He sat up, glad he didn’t
miss it, and watched the sunset. The colors of the sky bled into darkness and the
silver moon bleached everything a bone white. Mizu got up, glad he at least saw the
sunset. He began to walk towards his house on the outskirts of town, glad it was so
silent at night. He was almost to his home when a loud crunch came from the trees
next to him.
He turned, but nothing was there. It sounded too big to be a bird. He was creeped
out. He quickened his pace, glad to reach his house before something else happened to
unnerve him. He turned around and locked the door as soon as he was inside. He closed
the wooden shutters over his windows. He sighed and sat down in a wooden chair. Why
was he getting so nervous? It was probably someone’s dog, or maybe a horse got
loose. Suddenly he heard another sound. But this time it came from his roof. What was
Mizu backed away from the part of his roof where the sound came from. He looked out
his widow. Just as he glanced over a shadow fell across the shutters. By now he was
trembling. What was going on? A hand reached though the gaps in the shutters and
gripped them. The fingers were scared. Mizu, by now, was almost about to black out.
The last thing he saw was the shutter being ripped out and someone climbing in
through the window.
When he came too the sun was out. Where was he? He looked around. He was in an empty
cave. Next to him was a change of clothes and a fire. He sat up. His clothes were
scratched up and a big part of his shirt had been ripped off. He changed into the
fresh clothes beside him, wondering where he was. He looked around. Outside the
entrance to the cave was a bunch of trees. So he was in the forest, but where? It
seemed farther than he had ever gone before.
After almost an hour he began to get hungry. Who brought him here? And why? To
starve to death? “How can someone be so cruel?!” he yelled, falling on his back.
“Who’re you callin’ cruel?” said a voice just outside the cave. Mizu sat up,
he didn’t hear anyone come in. It was a blonde guy, no older than Mizu himself.
“You’re hungry? Here, eat this.” he said, tossing a fish towards him. Mizu
caught it and tried to cook it, failing miserably. The blonde man who gave him the
fish sat in the corner, watching him with bright green eyes. When Mizu’s fish
finally caught on fire and burned to a crisp, he finally stood up and said something,
running his hand through his spiky blonde hair. “Let me help you.”
He walked over to Mizu and grabbed another fish from a pack on his back. He stabbed
it with a stick and held it over the fire. “Who are you?” Mizu asked. The smell
of the fish was already starting to make his mouth water. He couldn’t wait until it
“My name? Its Kaen. Yours?” Kaen turned the fish over in the fire, watching it
“My name’s Mizu. So you’re the one who brought me here? Can I ask why?” He
looked deep into Kaen’s bright green eyes. Suddenly something caught his eye. He
jumped back and stared at Kaen, his jaw hanging open.
“What is it?” He asked him, still watching the fish.
“Y-y-you have, you have a tail!” Mizu yelled. A long yellow tail was sweeping
the ground behind Kaen. How? What was it? It couldn’t be real, could it?
Kaen looked at Mizu from the corner of his eye, “Does it bother you that much?”
he asked, smirking slightly. Mizu thought for a second. Why did it freak him out so
much, there were things in the forest no one had ever seen, seen and lived anyway.
“If it bothers you that much, you should be glad I saved you.” He handed the fish
He greedily ate the fish, only leaving the stick and the bones. “What do you mean,
‘saved me’? To me it seems like you’re the one that was out to get me.” he
said, after finishing the fish.
Kaen turned to him, looking directly into his eyes. “I’m part of a clan of
others like me. We all have tails and ears like this,” he said, pulling his hair
away from a furry ear, “ You’ve gone too far in your travels. You’ve entered
into their territory and now they’re trying to kill you. I saved you
because…well… I’ve never exactly gotten along with their rules, and I’m sick
of it all.” Mizu looked over him, he was covered in small scars all along his arms
“What happened?” Mizu asked, wondering why would they hurt one of their own so
“Like I said, I don’t get along with their rules. They don’t take stuff
lightly. Like you intruding. You’re gonna have to hide for a while. Otherwise you
won’t last long.” He said, laying on his back.
“Wait, but if they’re after me, won’t they kill you too if they find me?”
Mizu asked. Kaen nodded and closed his eyes. Within minutes Kaen was snoring lightly.
But if they were going to kill me, wouldn’t they kill him? Is he actually just
suicidal? Or is he actually trying to save me, Mizu thought. Suddenly he was tired
too. He felt safe next to Kaen, so he lay as close to him as he could without getting
in his way, because his tail was sill moving around in his sleep.
Mizu awoke to Kaen pushing him into a far part of the cave, where it was darker.
Mizu looked up at him. Kaen moved his finger over his lips, whispering, “Stay quiet
and don’t move, got it?” He nodded and Kaen moved his finger. When Mizu was
against the wall Kaen ran to the entrance of the cave.
Mizu watched as a woman with pink hair came into the cave and tackled Kaen. Mizu was
about to hop up and help, but he stuck with what he was told. Another look revealed
she was hugging him. Kaen pushed her off and stood up. “Oh, my Kaen! I’ve been
looking for you for so long! Where did you go? Why’re you hiding in this cave?”
she asked in a hurried voice.
Kaen glared at her, but she still smiled like she hadn’t seen a friend in a
decade. “Since when was I yours? Get out and never come back.” he said. She was
about to protest, but he yelled, “Leave, now!” She looked like he had stabbed her
rather than dismissed her. She turned around and walked away. She had a tail trailing
behind her as she left. After about forty minutes of waiting by the entrance to the
cave Kaen turned to me and sighed. “Sorry about her. She’s another from my clan.
Name’s Mori, she’s got a huge crush on me. I’ve not been able to get her to
leave me alone, ever.” He sighed again and walked to the middle of the cave,
sitting by the fire.
“You could have been a little nicer to her though,” Mizu began to argue. He was
feeling sad for the poor girl.
Kaen leaned against the wall and sighed, “She would go straight to the clan if you
were to be seen by ‘er. She just would’ve left me out.” Mizu watched Kaen’s
tail swish around on the ground in agitated swipes. Kaen sighed and walked to the
entrance to the cave.
Mizu stood up, “Sorry if I made you angry. I’m thankful for you saving me, but
is it really in your best interests?”
Kaen turned to him, “What do you mean, in my best interests? I get to tick off
that annoying Flax. And besides, you’re kinda cute.” He winked and turned away.
Mizu blushed, just what did he mean by that? “W-wha-what?!”
Kaen turned back to him and stuck his tongue out, his tail swishing back and forth.
“Can’t you take a joke? I meant it gives me more purpose to defend someone that I
don’t hate than to work under someone I do. And besides, I didn’t lie.”
Mizu blushed again, and Kaen laughed heartily. After being reassured again and again
that he was kidding, Mizu went back to sleep, for the sun had already been down for
nearly an hour.
The next day Kaen was gone again. Mizu knew that he should stay in the cave, where
it was safe, but he felt like exploring. He hated being stuck in one place, which is
why he would never be a simple fisherman. He wanted to explore, to map out all of the
forest, and even farther. Mizu walked to the entrance to the cave and peered outside.
Kaen and the girl from before, Mori, were no where to be seen. He breathed a sigh of
relief and walked outside.