"Hi," Takahiro spoke softly and Shun couldn't help but feel as if the little child had just come over to punch his gut out. Shun wasn't related to this tiny boy...and yet he couldn't bring himself to turn away from this child because when he looked at Takahiro it wasn't just the child he saw but also the child's mother. It is the face of the only woman he has ever loved, the woman he gave up for his best friend, and a woman who had left Takahiro in his care screaming that he was the only person she could ever trust.
>__< thanks Lillith, it's awesome and kinda heartbreaking. Youre the best <3
you said unrequitedddd <3 T.T THIS IS WHAT I THINK WHEN I THINK UNREQUITED I should become a happier woman T.T
Shun looked at the young couple with sadness in his eyes. He had loved Cherry and when she had chosen to go out with the Korean exchange student he couldn't really stop her... After all priests couldn't really get married... bleh it kinda sucks but I hope you like it
@Chri: That's sad. T_T But I have to admit that Shun would make a HOT priest. XD
@Lillith: Heartbreaking. I love angst. Enough said. <3
@Annie: XD they don't call me the angst queen for nothing :D <3 (thank you i'm glad your heart is broken by this XD)
@Chri: That was sad :( it made me wonder how he met her <3
@Chri: *grinning hard* I loved that one ^___^ thank youuuuu
@Chri: nice, I liked it.
@Lillith: Oh, sad, but I liked it
Shun turned his gaze towards the broken violin at his hand. The bow was mangled up through the strings along with its shattered bout. He has lost his music and passion ever since Mao chose Jun, his best friend. Tears slowly rolled down his face as he tried to close down his feelings. But they still persistently crawl out of him, one by one, until all that was left was pain and suffering.
@Annie: agree! I so remember Hanadan Final with that. ^_^v