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Can't Hide My... 4 DONOTFAV
Announcements, Roofs, and Cold Floors
Mello rolled over in bed and slowly began to gain consciousness. Morning sunlight was slanting through the windows and the warm air coming from the radiator in the corner steamed up all the windows. The blonde groaned and sat up, rubbing his eyes and prolonging the moment before he would be forced to place his bare feet on the ice-cold floor. Even with the sufficient heating given at Wammys House, the top floor was far from warm. Stretching and looking around, Mello saw a head of tousled red hair barely poking its way out of the mound of blankets and quilts that were haphazardly strewn on top of his roommates bed. Good, Matt was still asleep. Taking one last tentative look at the bed a few feet away from his own, Mello reached under his pillow and pulled out a photograph.
Mello carefully smoothed the edges that were slightly creased from being handled so much.
Can't Hide My... 3 DONOTFAV
Wrestling, Locked Doors, and Chocolate Cake
At dinner that night, everyone hurried through their dinner, waiting to hear Roger announce Wataris arrival. Finally, after everyone finished their chocolate cake, Roger stood up. Boys and girls, he called out into the silence, it is my pleasure to welcome back the founder of the orphanage, Watari! Everyone applauded as Watari stood up and began to speak.
Boys and girls, he called it is wonderful to be back again. I would like to thank you for keeping Wammys House so nice and clean, I truly appreciate it. As everyone applauded again, Watari went and sat back down. Roger stood back up.
Boys and girls, I realize how excited we all are to have Watari back with us, several people rolled their eyes as the main excitement wore off, but I must ask y
Can't Hide My... 2 DONOTFAV
Show-offs, Cleaning Up, and Persistent Friskers
Mel Mel .Mel you listening to me?
The blonde boy jumped, sinking (if possible) even further into the soft, beat-up cushions of the leather couch. Looking around, he focused on the red-head in front of him. Wah-sorry Matty, I was thinking what were you saying?
Matt shook his head, smiling in a bemused sort of way that lit up the immediate area with a bright, cheerful light. Matt almost never smiled like that and when he did, Mello felt like the world stopped spinning and that the only thing that mattered was his best friend. I was saying that Roger is doing an inspection this week; so make sure you clean up that (he jerked his head back towards a messy bed, surrounded by chocolate wrappers, case notes, and rumpled, leather clothes on Mellos side of the room) before he comes up here.
Can't Hide My... 1 DONOTFAV
I Cant Hide My Loneliness From You
Random Numbers, Creepy Pedos, and Freaking Big Orphanages
Walking up the long drive, Mello felt, though hed never admit it, nervous. This would be his new home and even though it looked nice-enough, it was just so damn BIG. In all his life, Mello had never realized how big an orphanage could get. Biting off another chunk of chocolate from the bar held in his hand, the tall blonde continued up towards the front door. Finally reaching the door, Mello slung his black bag more securely over his shoulder, and taking a deep breath, knocked on the big, stained-glass door. After what seemed like a million years, the door slowly swung inward and an old man came to the door. He had a tuft of grey hair on top of his head, a large, round nose, and glasses. He wore a simple sweater and slacks with too-polished brown shoes. &
Matt's Thunder DONOTFAV
Today is a winding road
That's taking me to places that I didn't want to go
whoa (woah, woah, woah)
Today in the blink of an eye
I'm holding on to something and I do not know why
I tried to read between the lines
I tried to look in your eyes
I want a simple explanation
what I'm feeling inside
I gotta find a way out
Maybe there's a way out...
The sky was a dark swirling gray, matching the color of the wet concrete. There was a smell of sodden ash in the air, the fumes of a fire drifting through the rain, pungent and lingering. I stared around at the burnt remains of the warehouse and raised an eyebrow. Only you could have gotten yourself into a situation like this.
That's what you get for playing with fire, I thought bitterly.
There was no sign of life around the building's ground zero; no people, no bodies, not even a stray cat. But I knew.
You had to be here.
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