A/N: My first Yu-Gi-oh fic! Please be nice? Or I'll sick my muses at you.

Disclaimer: Don't own any of the YGO characters.

/.../ Hikari to Yami //...// Yami to Hikari  Like this Thoughts.



I'm leaving today

I just can't stay

I'll be gone for a while

And nothing you'll say,

Will make me stay another day

So, I'm leaving today

I just can't stand to stay

Don't know for how long I'll be away

But I don't care 'cause I'm leaving anyway

I'm leaving today

And nothing you'll do and say,

will make not go away

'cause I'm leaving Today
~by
Shinimegami Seth


Road of No Return


Seventeen years old was he since today. His birthday. Usually he would be happy and cheerful, but this year he was neither.  His friends weren't his friends, his yami had abandoned him. Violet eyes searched the crowds and spotted his former friends and yami at a table sitting together eating lunch and talking happily together not noticing and definitely not caring about his welfare. Turning away from his friends he walked away.

After school ended he walked back to the Game shop alone. The memories of the time when he was alone and friendless flooded back in to his mind. Shaking his in an attempt to get rid of the memories he sighed as they didn't leave him.  And suddenly it hit him, he was right back where he was before he had  met Jou and solved the Sennen Puzzle. He was all alone again, he was back at being ignored.  History was repeating himself except the fact he had tasted the sweet nectar of friendship and company and know the sweetness was taken away and left a yearning behind along with a bitter taste of sadness and a sense of betrayal.

He was a thirsty boy who was allowed to drink taste the sweet coolness of water before it was taken away from him, the memory of the water gliding down his dry throat burned in his memory.  It was cruel fate. 

Entering the Game shop he was about to greet his grandfather when eh remembered that his grandfather had said he had to go for a while for some important business.

Suddenly he didn't want to be here anymore, he wanted to be away from the shop, from his friends, from Yami, from everything he knew.

My so called friends wouldn't miss me at all. Grandpa would but  Yami would help him out. Yami is better then me anyway. He thought as he entered his room and started to pack his belongings. Take only important stuff. Clothing? Check. Duel Deck? Check. Pass to my account? Check. Goodbye letter? Check. Guess I have everything I need. Yugi thought sadly as he eyed his room one more time. He touched the golden pyramid around his neck. Should I take it? No matter what Yami had done he couldn't leave it.
It was now that he was happy that over the year that his friends had started to ignore him he had learn how to completely shut off the connection between him and his darker half.

It all started last year, how and why was a mystery to Yugi. In the beginning he didn't mind, but as time passed on it became worse. More often did they leave him behind, and slowly they forgot him. It was only Yami then. Always "Yami this" and "Yami that"

His Yami hardly had time for him and they hardly spoke. The former Pharaoh stopped calling him Aibou. He was plain Yugi. He was a bother, he was nothing. He was insignificant now Yami had his own body. Yami, the former Pharaoh. His darkness to his own light.

Yami, his Yami. His guardian, His closest friend. Yami, who was his other half. His other half of their soul. Yami, who he loved with everything he could give. Yami, who didn't love him back. Yami, who ignored him as well. Yami, who'd never know how  much Yugi loved him.  Yami, who was part of the reason why he was leaving. Yami, who he right now hated as much as he loved him.

Tears where streaming down his face as he closed the door to the Game shop. Wiping them away the short tri coloured haired boy looked determined. Next time you'll see me I won't be the same.

Seeing the taxi he had ordered coming he cast one more glance at the place he called home before he closed the door. "To the nearest Airport please"




So, I'm leaving today

I just can't stand to stay

Don't know for how long I'll be away

But I don't care 'cause I'm leaving anyway