Title: Strong Enough to Break
Author: Jasmine Shigeru
Summary: Meryl and Millie's thoughts.
Author Note: Part 2
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Strong Enough to Break
By: Jasmine Shigeru
It has been three months since I've last saw Vash the Stampede. Three months since he had gone off to fight his brother, Knives. Three months and he has never returned. I fear he has gone and gotten himself killed. I hope he did not.
See, I have feelings for the spiked haired Humanoid Typhoon. I would never admit them out loud, but I do. At least, I don't think I would never admit them. I might, if and only if, he returned. If he returns to us, I may kiss him.
When I say us, I mean Millie Thompson, my partner at the Bernardelli Insurance Agency, and I. We waited for Vash as long as we possible could. We stayed in the little house we rented to treat his injuries until the offices sent us a letter ordering us to return. We waited for him for two months before we received are orders to return home to the Agency. We were no longer on the case of the $$60 Billion man.
I wanted to continue to wait for Vash. I'm worried about him. I wonder what will run through his mind when he comes here looking for us. He would probably think the worst, but there is nothing I can really do about it I would send him a letter but I do not think he would ever receive it.
But I must follow orders. I must return to the offices and accept my next assignment. I must move on. I am obedient. I was raised to be. I was raised to do what ever my boss asks me to do. Well, as long as it was ethical. I cannot disobey and remain in this little town and wait for the man I lo… and wait for Vash.
God, I hope Vash decides to come back to Millie and me. I hope he tries to find us. I hope he finds us without any trouble. I cannot bare the thought that he may be dead in the desert somewhere. I cannot bare the thought of never seeing him again.