AkuRoku Drabble ::Argue::AkuRoku Drabble ::Argue:: by Tseecka
Roxas tried to pull away, but the hand wrapped in the front of his jacket stoped him. "Let go of me!" he yelled, trying to yank the hand off, gripping at the other's wrist.
"No Roxas!" Axel yelled back, just as passionately. "I'm not going to let you go until you fucking remember me!" His voice was angry, but Roxas thought he could see the sparkle of tears in those emerald eyes.
"There's nothing to remember!" he protested, still struggling, the keyblade manifesting itself in his other hand. For some reason, though, he couldn't bring himself to strike the other.
Tears now obvioius in his voice, Axel responded in a yell full of more emotion than could be possible for a being who truly had no heart. "There is EVERYTHING to remember!!!"
100 AkuRoku Drabble ::Drink::100 AkuRoku Drabble ::Drink:: by Tseecka
Roxas coughed, his eyes watering as his chest heaved in and out with the force. He was forced to sit up in the bed to get air into his lungs. Axel suddenly appeared in the room, his face a study in concern as he crossed to where Roxas was hacking, bending down to look at him carefully. "Hey, now, you okay?"
Roxas glared up at him, his coughing fit subsided. "I blame you."
Axel gave him a sheepish grin, rubbing at the back of his head awkwardly. "I don't know that I'd say that..."
The glare intensified. "You locked me out of the castle. In the rain. For three hours." He held the gaze for a couple moments, then fell back onto the pillows with a heavy sigh. His hands wrapped around the blankets, pulling them up to his chin, his lower lip sticking out in an exaggerated pout. "I hate being sick."
His eyes slid closed and he began to fall asleep. Axel smiled down on him, the expression on his face oddly tender. His fingers curled and uncurled tentatively, then gently reached out and brushed
AkuRoku Drabble4: MemoryAkuRoku Drabble4: Memory by Tseecka
Metal resounded upon metal, sending shockwaves through the arms of both battling figures. Green eyes glared out of a dark hood at a pair of brillant blue. They spun away from each other, one's long blad swinging behind him in a reverse slash to connect again with the other's chakram. Barely taking a moment to pause, the weapon whirled about as its wielder turned again, making an arc overhead before clashing once again. He moved like lightning, his movements perfectly timed, controlled, and executed. The only thing keeping his blows from landing was the skill of the other that matched his own.
"You'll never win, Axel," he taunted, a little out of breath, as he sidestepped with a feinting thrust that was easily dodged. The thrust turned into a sweep, aiming to cut the legs out from under his opponent, but reflexes allowed a quick leap and a roll to the side, and the other escaped. Both hands grasped the hilt as it swung over his head. He turned on the balls of his feet, bringing the blad
AkuRoku Drabble2: I WatchedI watched through hellpless eyes, trapped in the heart of the hero. Our hearts leapt in tandem as you appeared, everything about you the same as it had always been--except, maybe, the sadness in your eyes. That was my fault, I knew. I had left with no regard for the heart I had forced you to find.AkuRoku Drabble2: I Watched by Tseecka
I watched as you fought by our side, your flames consuming our Nobody brethren. I wished I could be in control of my own form, to protect you with the Keyblade's power as I had always done. But, also as always, you didn't really need my help.
I watched as thousands more appeared, as you came to the realization of their purpose, commanded by those of the Organization--our ex-brethren--to wipe out the traitorous threat you posed. You resigned yourself tot he fates, once again, just as you did when I made my decision to leave. And just as you couldn't bring yourself to stop me, I couldn't make a move to stop you, to plead for you to reconsider. You thought I was gone, faded into nothing, and wan