Nanami-chan: Hi! I bring you Capture the Moment. I have not seen the anime for .hack/ twilight bracelet, but I have read the manga. This is shonen ai/ yaoi, so if you don't like it then please leave. The pairings are as follows:
Fujio/Balmung – one sided
Disclaimer: I do not own .hack/Twilight bracelet or any of the characters. I wish I owned Reki though...
On with the story!
"...My beautiful baby. We'll love you forever..."
These words were just a memory to the teenage boy. He never quite understood it all and knew he must have done something wrong for them to leave him all alone in this world. His father... he was the one who had turned on his mother first, then him too. He had to do something; there was no other way...
"Reki, can you get me that file?" Balmung asked, typing something into the main computer. The blonde seemed to snap out of his trance and looked around quickly.
"I'm sorry Balmung-san, I'll get it. Uh, what was it you asked for?" Reki asked and Balmung smiled.
"No, its okay... take a break Reki," the white haired man said and waved his hand as if to dismiss his helper.
"B-but sir I-" Reki began, and then stopped. He couldn't tell him he was afraid to log out. What would Balmung think of him then? A weak and pathetic fool who lays his problems on other people. No, he couldn't deal with that. Balmung was always so nice to him: he couldn't tell him what happened. He would get fired for sure and then where would he go? He couldn't stay with his family; there was no one to go back to.
"Reki, is something wrong? You look tired, do you feel okay?" Balmung asked and took a step towards him.
"I'm fine Balmung-san," Reki didn't know what else to say.
"I understand, but I want you to take the rest of the day off and get some rest. I'll see you tomorrow morning," Balmung said and turned back to the computer.
"Balmung... I just... uh..." Reki didn't know what to do: he was backed into a corner. "Goodbye Balmung-san."
Fujio walked from the Cyber Connect Corporation building, wondering what to do. He had his hands in his pockets and was walking aimlessly around town. He didn't care where he ended up, as long as no one from the company saw him. He wasn't watching where he was going when he found himself on a abandoned street. It had gotten dark and some of the streetlights were burned out, creating a dim glow.
"Why didn't I just go home?" Fujio asked himself and looked around, hoping to find something he recognized. When he didn't, he began to panic. Fujio turned around, hoping that by going back he would find his way to the office, but he didn't. He found his way home. The one place he didn't want to be he had found. He looked around and half expected his father to come outside and smack him for being late.
"Why should I be afraid of them now? They can't possibly hurt me. No, I saw to that..." Fujio laughed quietly and walked inside, almost collapsing in the door from exhaustion. He dragged himself to the couch in his living room and fell down. He reached out and grabbed a bottle from the table. He barely looked at the label on the bottle, not really caring what it was. He probably couldn't have read it anyway since his eyesight was getting blurry. He opened the lid and swallowed a few of the small pills, putting them back on the table. Then he lay back on the couch and waited, then it hit him. First a sickening feeling in his stomach, then another wave of exhaustion swept over him and he closed his eyes.
Nanami-chan: please review, any criticism or tips you would like to give would be helpful. Chapter two will be better, this was just the beginning.