|The confusion of Kyon
Author: Racke PM
Just a short oneshot from Kyon's point of viewRated: Fiction K - English - Romance - Haruhi S. & Kyon - Words: 349 - Reviews: 3 - Favs: 8 - Follows: 2 - Published: 04-07-09 - Status: Complete - id: 4975704
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I don't own anything...
What comes after this? Children? I just hope they don't take after her, mostly because that would mean that they wouldn't listen to him, ever. Strangely enough, other than that, the thought of having children with her was, in fact, quite appealing.
How had it ended up like this? Well yesterday we had rehearsed the ceremony and then her parents had showed up and we started talking about tomorrows ceremony… wait… that doesn't explain anything! Although it serves to remind me of what the situation is, it does nothing to explain as to how it became like this! We need to go further back.
And so I entered high school with no particular vision in my mind, and met her. "From East Middle School. Haruhi Suzumiya. I have no interest in ordinary humans." … that's too far back! That's just reminiscing about the first time that I saw her! How could something like that possibly explain this situation!?
Anyway I seriously doubt I'd be able to explain this situation to myself no matter what. Leaving me with the realization that I must indeed be insane. Now that we've established this fact we can return to observing the ceremony.
Koizumi stood, smiling as always, as the best man – it was inevitable might as well give in. Haruhi had chosen Mikuru, Nagato and my little sister as bridesmaids. Tsuruya was somewhere in the crowd, yes I'm certain, I heard her laugh, I just can't seem to point her out.
The organ played and everyone turned to the doors. As the divine being began walking up the aisle towards me. Haruhi. Despite all that Koizumi told me I never really were able to see her as a God of some sort. But as I saw her in that dress. I knew that despite my reluctance to call her the God who created the world, she was most certainly as close to heaven as I was ever going to get.
In after thought, that sounded really corny didn't it?