Disclaimer: I don't own DNAngel. Only thing I own, though, is the characters Misu, Aya, and etc…
Author's Note: This is my first attempt at a fanfic so be nice. Oh yeah, read at least two chapters. It's not what it looks like k?
Chapter 1 "Who Am I?"
Who am I?
My life is full of twists and turns
No one to guide the way
I lose my way
Blindness overtakes me
Again I question
Who am I?
shut the door loudly, not bothering to be quiet and courteous. She
sprang onto her bed, face down on a pillow, and screamed. Her mother
could really piss her off sometimes. She angrily punched the pillow.
Why couldn't her mother just understand how she felt! Of course she
couldn't do the damn dishes because her finger was hurting too
much, but why would she care?
In the Sumazaki household, they always had small arguments such as these. The arguments were usually stupid and uncalled for. Her mom always had to make a big fuss about something unimportant. Their talking always led from a simple conversation into an unnecessary argument.
"Aya, open the door this instant!" A muffled voice yelled from the other side of the door.
Aya groaned. She headed for the door and opened it slowly. Her mom was there glaring at her.
"What do you want mom?" she asked sweetly as she could. Fortunately, her mom did not notice the hint of sarcasm in her voice. Her mother angrily jerked a finger at her, her other hand on her hip.
"Don't slam that door, you'll break it," she asserted.
Aya looked away and rolled her eyes. Same thing day after day. Aya had this big urge to slam the door in her stupid stepmother's face. She tried to resist the urge and ended up twitching.
"It won't happen again," she declared.
mother glared at her some more then walked away. Aya closed the door
softly this time, and stared at her parakeet, Misu, with
"Don't look at me like that," she said heatedly, "I couldn't do the dishes because I burned the hell out of my finger. This is just stupid. I hate it when Mom always gets mad at every little thing. You can't understand a word I am saying, right Misu?"
ignored her and started playing with the swing. Aya sighed. Today
is going to be a long day.
Azumano Middle School
pulled her backpack higher. Instead of wearing those Japanese bags
(pardon, I forgot what they are called), she wore a backpack. She
didn't want to haul those annoying bags around school.
Anyways, it was the first day of school at Azumano Middle School. She had just moved recently from Osaka. (boring, boring)
walked through the hall as people whispered behind her back. She
glanced at them sideways. What annoying people. They're so
Let me tell you something about Aya. She has dark indigo hair and blue eyes. She gets very annoyed at girls. They drive her mad. (Interesting ain't it?)
Aya suddenly collided into someone and landed on her butt. She closed her eyes, wincing.
"Eff…watch it twerp," a voice said irritably.
"Takeshi, don't be so mean," another voice spoke and asked Aya,"Are you okay?" Aya opened her eyes slowly. Blue eyes met red. No seriously. Red.
"What the…," she mumbled. The red-haired, red-eyed boy held out his hand.
"Hi, my name is Niwa Daisuke."
Aya grasped his hand and he pulled her up.
"Sorry 'bout that." Daisuke laughed nervously.
Aya shook her head. "It's not your fault. It's…"
She felt a jolt of pain in her chest suddenly and became dizzy. She also lost her balance and teetered sideways. Aya tried to regain her balance but it was pretty difficult trying to regain your balance while you have a huge, throbbing headache. Unfortunately, the stairs was where she was falling and she collided down the first step, then the next, then the next. Aya's dizziness subsided but all she felt was pain from the stairs. Sadly, no one caught her in time during her trip down the stairs. She ended up in a heap at the bottom of the stairs with her eyes tightly closed. Once she finally stopped falling, she groggily opened her eyes. Azure eyes peered at her from under sky-blue bangs.
"You alright?" the boy asked quickly.
Aya felt so nauseated. Her stomach churned and leaning over, away from the guy, she threw up. Her head throbbed terribly. I feel like crap she thought before she blacked out…
Aya stood up quickly as she felt something cold on her forehead.
"Stay still," a voice commanded, not something she was used to.
"I take orders from no one," she retorted angrily.
The voice came from the blue-haired boy that she had encountered before she blacked out. He only shrugged. Aya narrowed her eyes at him. There was a creak of the door opening and the sound of steps on the cold floor. Aya's head whipped around quickly and saw Daisuke at the door.
"Hiwatari-kun, is she alright?" Aya heard Daisuke's voice coming from the door. He opened the door and gazed at the two people in the room.
"How are you feeling? Are you okay…er…I'm sorry, what's your name?" he asked timidly.
"Sumazaki Aya. To tell you truthfully, I feel terrible. What happened to me? Besides, what day is today? How long have I been like this?"
"It's been, what, five hours since you fainted. Are you able to eat?" Daisuke asked worriedly.
Aya thought for a moment, then nodded her head. He walked hurriedly out the door closing it behind him.
Silence followed. Aya watched as "Hiwatari-kun" lifted his face slowly. Their eyes met.
"So, um, what is your name again?" Aya swallowed. His eyes were so expressionless and so cold, reminding her of that guy named Aoshi in "Rurouni Kenshin". (By the way, love that show).
"Thirteen, almost fourteen."
"Do you feel lonely sometimes?" Satoshi asked casually, leaning his chair back.
"Wh-what?" That one caught her off guard. Why is he asking such a question?
"Do you feel like you're alone? Like no one is there with you?"
"Well, most of the time. Sometimes, I just wonder who I am and why I am even born." Aya admitted.
"Do you really feel that way? I feel that way too."
More silence. The silence was getting on Aya's nerves. Aya leaned forward when she felt her heart pounding dangerously fast. It came to the point where she was nearly falling off her bed, clutching her chest.
"I think you should go to the hospital or at least home." Satoshi said standing up quickly.
"My mom will just say it happened to her all the time and it's nothing to worry about."
Aya gritted her teeth. Pain was erupting in her chest. Her heart and lungs felt as if they were being squeezed by and invisible hand.
Satoshi stood up from his chair and said, "Hold on, I'll get…,"
Aya, not knowing what she was doing, pulled Satoshi's collar and he fell, with his hands on each side of her head. The pain alleviated abruptly and she gave a small sigh. Aya opened her eyes and for the third time she stared into Satoshi's beautiful azure eyes. Beautiful! What the hell was she thinking?
He was too close. Way too close. Their noses were mere centimeters away. She flushed. Satohi's eyes were filled with astonishment.
They heard the door open again. Aya and Satoshi froze turning their heads to see Daisuke with his arms full of food.
"Here I brought us all something to…am I interrupting something?" Daisuke asked looking confused.
Satoshi pushed himself up hastily.
"No, we just had a small accident. Nothing to worry about"
Satoshi pushed his way past Daisuke, exiting the room.
"Wait! What am I going to do with all this food?"