July 9, 2011 § Leave a comment
As a young child, she hated God, she hated the bible, and she the church. But she was adopted into a Christian family by agreement that she would be converted. She would cause trouble, and terrorized her sisters. Her only friends were the nannies who spoke french. Then one day when she had a friend over, she spoke the truth: God is dead.
“How could you say that?!”
“Unbelievable this child! Did you not understand what would happen when you said the same things three years ago?”
She was banished to a mining village.
She was an old woman who gave up her dreams and smiled. Forever scared, she now believed in the God she hated. The two bystanders (a classmate perhaps and an old man) noticed the amazing transformation. If only someone could wake her up.
Today was the day of graduation and because she gave up, she will be left behind. There was no work to be done in the mine, and there were no maid duties. So, the old woman went off the send her friend, Tracy, off. With an embrace and a couple of tears, there was nothing.
“Oh, you’ve come to leave as well?” The old lady spoke with her raspy voice.
“No, you’re going to a party.”
The boy had swept her off her feet…
…And with magic, the spell broke and 20 years melted off of her. She felt her heart relinquish itself from its chains.
She hid her face in his shoulder as she let out a small yelp as they began flying off. She took a deep breath in and sighed, “Yuki, you smell nice.”
“That’s cause today is a special day.”
When arrived the party, the girl refused to let go.
“Kino I have things to do. Don’t worry, I’ll be back.”
She was scared to return to society. But after a few seconds of convincing, she hoped to the door and bid Yuki farewell.
“Kino!!!” They all exclaimed.
“Where have you been? You practically disappeared for 20 years!”
“That wouldn’t make sense since we would have been two years old then.”
“Wasn’t she under a magic spell that made her a gajillion years older? So it must have felt like 20 years.”
Kino nodded in her shyness.
“Well cheers for graduating!”
Kino began to cry out loud at the word. She didn’t want all her friends to leave her behind.
“What’s wrong Kino?”
“Everyone is going. I’m gonna be stuck here forever.”
“Don’t say that! I mean today is…”
“Oh, wedding starts in 20 mins.”
Right on cue Yuki arrived grabbed Kino’s hand, pulling her away from everyone. Once again she found herself swept off her feet. Yuki rushed into the familiar cathedral hall and pulled Kino to the very front from the side. Currently, a 20th century music concert was being held.
She was entranced by the music and the instrument. the strings were layed out like a grid, but there was a gradual increase in the size of the squares. The performer was playing Shoenberg on the instrument. Immediately, Kino felt her hand being grabbed. She turned around and saw Yuki bent down on his knees.
“Kino…” he did not have to speak. Kino knew instantly what he wanted to ask. It was a kind of telepathy. He popped open the box with the ring and a smile finally crept up on her face.
Suddenly, the spotlights were on them. Kino didn’t realize it because it was dark, but Yuki was dressed in a cream white tuxedo. Kino immediately paniced: looking left and right with Yuki’s hand still grasping hers. Yuki gently squeezed her hand and brought her back to Earth before guiding her to the front of the alter.
“I don’t know if I would call that music, but it was an exhilirating performance either way. Now, let us gather here today to celebrate the marriage of Kino and Yuki.”
“Wait wut?!” You heard the Father.
Yuki simply smiled, “cute as always.”
She turned around and saw the gang at the party sitting in the front row. They knew! Mayu and Nadako came up to her and pushed her towards the alter set of stairs to the change room up at the top of the cathedral. The two of them were all giddy and joyful as they changed Kino into her gown. She someone clear their throats…it was her old piano teacher.
“Kino disappeared from the world because of a curse. Leading her to give up her dream, her friends, and this wonderful man Yuki. But all of us here never once gave up on Kino. It was a pleasure to be invited here today and without further a do, a song dedicated to the couple today.”
“Kino how are you feeling?”
“I dunno…I don’t feel like crying anymore.”
“That means your happy Kino!”
“You’re always so gloomy that this is probably the first time you felt this way.”
“You guys are right…”
“There you’re done!”
“There’s a tiara on my head.”
All of the sudden, Kino felt nervous. More nervous than she ever was for any of her performances. She came out of the top of a spiral staircase. Seeing how far down it goes she gulped and proceeded slowly. Then she saw Yuki staring at her from the other side with a smile. Her nervous was converted to excitment and now with that excitment she rushed down the stairs. She skipped a couple of steps, and felt like she was floating (the heels were unbelievably comfortable.)
As the two of them stepped onto the alter, the music changed to the typical wedding anthem. Kino walked up to the middle where the priest stood. As soon as she tried to stand, she began to wobble and lose her balance; but, Yuki got her. Telepathically, she could tell Yuki was complimenting her looks. She blushed in embarrassment. Suddenly, everything felt like a blur. She felt her whole body sink to the ground, and her skin prune. Could this be the curse? No! She refused! Especially after all these people believed in her. She mustered up whatever confidence and strength she had to declare, “I do!” She could hear Yuki chuckle and, “I do too.” The cold metal made her heart leap and gently parachute back down to the ground as she realized what was placed on her finger. The magical curse shattered into sparkling dust and formed the diamond on the ring.
“You may kiss the bride.”
“I love you, Kino.”
Yuki leaned in and planted a kiss on her lips. Kino’s arms rose up and situated themselves on his shoulder and neck, transitioning into an embrace.
April 3, 2011 § Leave a comment
January 14, 2011 § Leave a comment
He’s wearing something pink like; his hair is similar to the old hair style I loved; the song is old school…Totally suck me back a couple of years. It’s been AGES since I’ve heard this kind of sound from Yamapi, and to see his wretched curly hair style GONE FINALLY! Yamapi~ ❤
August 16, 2010 § Leave a comment
Accumulated ‘buts’, chain possibilities.
Like that 20 year old chocolate bar. It’s still good.
Plastic toys with imaginary friends on the roller coaster economy.
Waving with smiles because someone always watched.
A fairy tale that repeats to infinity…
Once upon a time. Awaken from eternal slumber.
Rest in peace.