|Darkness to Break the Path
Author: its-sora PM
Sequel to 'A Light to Show the Way'. RIKUXSORA King Sora Misonai has spent the past year trying to fulfill the expectations of his people. Riku, his top guard and advisor, has been having ominous dreams about the world. Love will be tested and abilities wRated: Fiction T - English - Adventure/Romance - Riku & Sora - Chapters: 4 - Words: 5,894 - Reviews: 15 - Favs: 10 - Follows: 14 - Updated: 06-12-06 - Published: 04-21-06 - id: 2904349
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IF YOU ARE READING THIS STORY AND HAVEN'T READ 'A Light to Show the Way', THEN TURN BAAACK AND READ IT FIRST!
I wasn't going to do a sequel. I thought that if I did a sequel, it would ruin the first one. But, I couldn't stop thinking about it and then everyone was like 'We want a sequel' and all that, so here it is! The sequel to "A Light to Show the Way"!
Actually, there is 2 driving motivations behind this. After the Battle is only gonna be posted to my LJ, and it's all spoilerific, so I didn't think is was fair to be letting some people read a story and make you guys wait for this one. The other reason was...I cried at work the other day. One of the quotes I used in 'light' was on a trailer and I just started to cry. I missed my Prince Sora and his most favorite guard, Riku. That was about 2 days after I finished it. I thought I was all happy about it, then I got the post-story depression.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy the Prologue and I'm working on chapter one!
Rating: Subject to change. I'm sure these boys are gonna be getting around to more then just kissing and they both tend to have a foul mouth some times.
You've been warned.
I don't own Kingdom Hearts.
Sora spun around the beach, kicking up sand as he went. It was, and is, still amazing to me how beautiful the sunlight makes him look, light and happy. I was standing on the dock, watching my young king play with a sand crab. I could feel the sun on my bare back, my dry dark blue bathing suit rubbing against my legs.
"Sora," I began, walking towards the boy as he yelped in pain, "Don't bug the crabs. Why don't you get into the ocean?"
Sora seemed to like this idea much better than getting attacked by 'Mr. Grumpy Crab', and turned to the ocean, eyes alight with child like mirth. His intense eyes matched the depths, making me take in his outward beauty even more. Grabbing my hand, my friend pulled me towards the ocean.
He was saying something, but it was as if his voice was gone. Suddenly becoming uneasy, I tried to pull him back, but he let go suddenly, evading my wanting hand. Sora stepped into the ocean, but the minute he did, it turned from a radiant blue to a menacing purple.
My Sora stood very still, his breathes even. He turned to me as the world began to dissolve around us. His eyes were glazed as he pointed to me. The world around us was dying; slowly we were going to die with it.
The darkness, the darkness flowed around us; as I spoke my voice was gone, broken.
Sora just stood, not bothered by the deafening silence that finally reached us. I could feel my mouth saying his name, screaming for him. He was dying, I knew he was dying.
I tried to run to him, to save him, but it was almost like being tied up by invisible chains. That's when I voice rang out, menacing and soft. Sora was speaking, his voice finally being heard, but it wasn't his voice, it was almost as if someone was speaking through him.
"What are you so afraid of, Riku?"