SoRiku: All AboardMy hand shakes, the marker in it threatening to send the answer to 6n2 x (12.6n2)3 over 26g2 x n equals zero when 'n' equals pi across the board. Review always makes me nervous. If I'm right it's nothing special; we learned it last year. If I'm wrong, however, then I look like an idiot.The answer, g=14.09, shows up on the white board with no worries and the teacher smiles at me, motioning for me to go back to my seat.I gladly oblige, head down until I take my seat beside Kairi."Good job," she says. I nod but figure there's nothing to say."The rest of the review sheet is due on Tuesday," the teacher looks at the clock. "Class dismissed."I sling my backpack on and follow Kairi to the front of the school to meet Riku. I smile when I see him and we wink at each other."Ready for the movie?""Ready? I'm pumped," Kairi punches the air, smiling as wide as she can."I've wanted to see this," I say. "I'm glad we're all going together."It took a lot of talking on my part to convince my mot
Original Hyrulian ProphecyThe Hero from the far East shall never be alone. Temporary companions shape his Quest from Shadow. Two children guide, their Instruments leading the way. Three shall Love and two shall Fall, the Hero Sacrifices his Life for the Good of All. The Princess' family steps up to the task, the shadow girl, against her will, spends eternity with her friend, the Goddess' ill. As long as the Hero, as long as the Land, the girl and her friend serve at Their hand.
It's Dangerous to go Alone:Take my heart,Bleeding, squishing, beating,Wield it, let it be your sword,Break down enemy wallsTake no prisoners.Take my soul,Let it heal you,Shining, glowing, breathing,Show your comrades the wayThey'll never let you down.Take my faith,Swelling, flowing, growing,Let it guide your way home,A Hero's welcomeOn your doorstep.
From One Wallflower to AnotherDancing isn't really dancingAnymore.But it's still hardTo get out on that floor,Pretending that there's nothing standing in your wayShake that groove thing,Baby.Sell your soul to the rhythmof American Top 40 (the only relief,The Lack of Ryan Seacrest).Let it searthrough your veinsuntil the souls of your shoes are hot coals, turningPerpetual fist-pumpinginto a life or death situation.Grind against the closest girl(although I'd prefer you to take the short journeyTo the opposite side of the room.The girl there is waiting) make her feelYour venom, that fire,In the pit of her stomach,Your tequila breathFluttering against her neck,Your clumsy fingersMolesting her breasts.She wishes she'd catch you staring at them.She's buzzed(not buzzed enough to pounce but)Buzzed enough to let you pounce.I'm staring directly at you.Don't be shy. You've never been shy before!Don't ask me to dance.Pull me into the sea of bodiesThat can barely control themselves.Rock me ag
Ch4: The Nobody + The SomebodyDisclaimer: Kingdom Hearts belongs to Square Enix and Disney.This chapter includes: LeaxIsa, personality discrepancies and a very bad portrayal of the novel by Mark Twain *bows down*.Chapter Four: The Nobody and The SomebodyHollow Bastion was a prosperous community, at the worst of times; the sun shone more often than not and most of the population always had enough to eat.But there would be no story if all the inhabitants were that cheerful and merry.On the outskirts of town lived a boy with his sister and their parents. Although their father was hardly home and, when he was, either hid in the basement or was too busy arguing with their mum to pay any attention to his children.You see: Saïx often wandered the streets of Hollow Bastion, if only to escape from the constant bickering of his parents. On this particular walk, the bluenet rolled up his sleeve experimentally, hissing as the chill air flew over his fresh burn. After a few moments the air felt nice and he con
Dragons Pending 1Chapter 1: More Than A SouvenirBerk. Just north of Hopeless and a few degrees south of freezing to death, or so Hiccup liked to believe.It was the worst storm, the coldest winter, Berk had seen in a while. A long while. Hiccup couldn't believe that when his father, Stoick, woke him with the news."Dad, that's not possible. It was perfectly sunny yesterday, for once," not warm. Berk was never warm."You think I don't know tha'?" Come outside and see for yourself!" Stoick slammed Hiccup's door behind himself, lumbering down the stairs.Hiccup looked down at Toothless, his Night Fury and Best Friend, who was curled up on a rug beside Hiccup's bed. "I guess we'll just have to go look, bud," Hiccup sighed as he swung his legs over the edge of the bed. He quickly checked the bandages on his stump of a left leg before reaching over to get his artificial leg that completed it. When he looked, though, it wasn't where he'd left it. Hiccup looked at Toothless, who was up on his haunches, holdin