Hey! So I wrote this when I got bored, and this song just happened to inspire me! It's called "A Drop in the Ocean" by Ron Pope, who has an amazing voice. I thought it fit perfectly in with my idea, and I really hope you guys like this! It just gave me something fun and inspirational to do ;) Btw, it helps if you play the song while reading this :D

A Drop in the Ocean

A drop in the ocean, a change in the weather; I was praying that you and me might end up together.

Link sat up in the bed, moonlight shining in through the window. There was only one thing on his mind, and he couldn't stop thinking about it. Uneasy with his thoughts, he stepped out of bed and donned his green tunic. The sword felt comfortable on his back as he climbed down the ladder in his house and walked into the cool night air. He welcomed the chilliness, and the full moon was the only light in the darkness. His mind was racing, and the only way to calm it was by mounting Epona and slowly walking away from Ordon.

It's like wishing for rain as I stand in the desert.

He rode aimlessly through the forest, heading across the bridge. He passed the two springs where Ordona and Faron lived, but he paid them no heed. Epona whinnied and bobbed her head while she walked. Link didn't push her into a gallop; he simply wanted to relax and take the time to think about his situation.

But I'm holding you closer than most.

He closed his eyes…

'Cause you are my heaven.

And saw Princess Zelda's face. She was all that was on his mind. It had been three weeks since Ganondorf's defeat and Midna's departure, and two weeks since he'd seen the princess. It had been gnawing at his heart ever since he left her. He wished that he stayed with her at Castle Town. She had offered him everything he ever wanted: a home in the castle, rupees beyond belief, and a spot as a soldier in the Royal Guard. It had given him a chance to really make a living for himself, and he could've spent all of his time with Zelda. Why he refused was still a mystery in his mind, and he shook those thoughts away as he emerged into Hyrule Field. For the first time since his return to Ordon, he scolded himself for refusing the generous offer.

A drop in the ocean, a change in the weather, I was praying that you and me might end up together. It's like wishing for rain as I stand in the desert, but I'm holding you closer than most… 'cause you are my heaven.

He saw the castle in the distance, and notices the lights shining through the towers. It was the middle of the night, but he could tell that the castle was still bustling with activity. Link sighed, and he tried to make out Zelda's silhouette in one of the windows. He thought he could see a glimpse of a figure brushing its hair, but he wasn't certain.

Without really thinking, he turned Epona toward Castle Town.

Heaven doesn't seem far away anymore. No, no, heaven doesn't seem far away.

His destination was the castle. He couldn't take being away from her anymore, and he needed to tell her how he felt and that he was sorry.

Heaven doesn't seem far away anymore. No, no, heaven doesn't seem far away…

A drop in the ocean, a change in the weather; I was praying that you and me might end up together.

Zelda sat at her windowsill, running a brush through her silky hair. She let out a heavy, despairing sigh as she pondered. She was in her nightgown, but she didn't plan on going to sleep. She hadn't gone to sleep for more than a few hours for the past two weeks, since the last time she had seen Link. He was the Hero of Twilight, the Savior of Hyrule, and the boy she loved passionately.

It's like wishing for rain as I stand in the desert, but I'm holding you closer than most, 'cause you are my heaven.

Tears welled up in her eyes when she thought about the event that had occurred two weeks ago. She had offered Link a spot in the Royal Guard, knowing that he needed to make a living and make a home for himself. She had thought that being in the castle, as a soldier would be the perfect solution for him… and her.

It's like wishing for rain as I stand in the desert.

She was wrong. He had refused. He didn't want to be with her. He wanted to go back to Ordon, with Ilia, and not with her. Zelda wiped the tears off of her cheeks and stood up, realizing that she needed some fresh air.

I don't want to waste the weekend. If you don't love me, pretend a few more hours, than it's time to go.

If only Link had pretended, maybe her condition would be better. But then again, he might've been miserable. Zelda put on her cloak and snuck out of the castle, letting the cool night air surround her. She walked through Castle Town without being noticed in the darkness, and then slid out into Hyrule Field.

As my train rolls down the East Coast, I wonder how you'll keep warm.

The princess wondered what Link was doing back in Ordon. Maybe he was asleep, wrapped in a blanket and smiling in his slumber. Or maybe he was at a gathering with all of his closest friends, laughing and dancing with Ilia. Zelda forced herself to choke back the sobs.

It's too late to cry.

It was the first time she had found herself struggling not to weep.

Too broken to move on.

She simply couldn't live without him. Moving on wasn't an option. She needed to find him, and tell him that. Even if he didn't feel the same way, at least she couldn't let him know. She could give him a chance to ponder the thought of being with her.

Still I can't let you be. Most nights I hardly sleep! Don't take what you don't need… from me…

Link had taken everything away from her: her dignity, her hope… and her love.

It's just a drop in the ocean, a change in the weather; I was praying that you and me might end up together.

Link stopped Epona in front of the bridge, his heart pounding. He didn't hold back anymore; once he dismounted, he sprinted into Castle Town without a single backwards glance.

"You're such a fool," he whispered to himself. Why had he left her? Why hadn't he agreed to be with the one he loved?

"I'm sorry, but nobody is allowed into the castle without a proper invitation or valid purpose." The guards in front of the castle told him. He closed his eyes, cursing his own stupidity. He finally remembered why he had refused.

It's like wishing for rain as I stand in the desert.

Zelda was a princess. Link was a ranch boy, a simple peasant. There was no chance between them, no hope. Yet, he somehow felt a special bond between them.

Misplaced trust and old friends, never counting regrets, by the grace of God, I do not rest at all.

Though he had his old friends in Ordon, and the closest people to his heart lived there, he felt his trust was misplaced there. He felt that he didn't belong in Ordon; he should've put his trust in Zelda, and he knew belonged with her. Now, the thought wasn't letting him rest.

The last excuse that I'll claim: I was a boy who loved a woman like a little girl.

Link sat at the steps, hopelessly burying his teary face in his hands. He had treated her so unfairly, as if she were a little girl. There was nothing he could do about it now to get her. She was gone.

Still I can't let you be.

No. Link wouldn't let that happen. He wouldn't let her slip from his fingers.

Most nights I hardly sleep! Don't take what you don't need… from me.

He and Zelda had an unbreakable bond; she didn't need to take that away from him.

"The princess is gone! Zelda's missing!" Link heard the guards scream behind him, and he stood up hastily. Worry immediately embedded itself inside of him, and his protective instincts kicked in. Guards and aristocrats started running past him, in search of the princess. Link put his hand on his sword, but instead of following them through Castle Town, he ran back out to Epona. He knew that she wasn't in Castle Town; he could just feel it. It was proof of the bond between the Chosen Ones of Hyrule. It was more than just an intertwining of fate. It was true love.

But I'm holding you closer than most, 'cause you are my heaven.

Zelda was his heaven, and he would find her.

A drop in the ocean, a change in the weather, I was praying that you and me might end up together.

Zelda was still praying. She was still hoping that maybe he loved her as much as she loved him. He had saved her life, and he had stolen her heart whether he meant to or not. She stood at the edge of Hyrule Field, staring out over the cliff. Tears flowed down her cheeks endlessly, and she watched them drop into the grass.

A drop in the ocean,

A sob escaped her thin lips as her hair billowed around her. She could see Link's face in front of her, and she almost reached out to touch the hologram of her mind. But then he evaporated, reminding her that he didn't want her. He wanted to be back at Ordon.

I don't want to waste the weekend. If you don't love me pretend…

He wasn't going to pretend. It was now obvious.

It's like wishing for rain as I stand in the desert.

Zelda broke down. She crumpled to the ground, burying her face in her hands and weeping. The grass blew against her skin, giving her goose bumps, and she could hear nothing but her own sobs.

But I'm holding you closer than most, 'cause you are my heaven.

Suddenly, Zelda felt a touch on her shoulder. She lowly lifted her head, forcing herself to calm down. The tears, however, refused to cease. When she looked at her shoulder, she saw a gloved hand, and on the back of it, a Triforce was glowing golden and green.

"Link," she gasped, and then almost hesitantly, looked up at him. She was afraid that he was another figment of her fantastical imagination.

Heaven doesn't seem far away anymore.

He grabbed her hand, pulling her up into a standing position. He stepped closer, looking at her with those mesmerizing blue eyes.

"I'm sorry," he whispered almost incoherently. Zelda shook her head, confused at his apology.

"F-for what?" She was ashamed at letting him see her like this. He squeezed her arms, stepping closer.

"I should've stayed," Link continued. Zelda didn't understand.

"Link, I—"

"I love you."

Heaven doesn't seem far away anymore. No, no, heaven doesn't seem far away.

"I love you, too."

Heaven doesn't seem far away anymore. No, no, heaven doesn't seem far away.

They leaned in, sharing a passionate and meaningful kiss. Zelda wrapped her arms around his neck and pulled him in closer, never wanting to let go.

Link let himself melt into her, feeling their hearts fusing together and the beats becoming one. He ran his hands along her spine as her fingers became entangled in his blond hair.

A drop in the ocean, a change in the weather; I was praying that you me might end up together. It's like wishing for rain as I stand in the desert, but I'm holding you closer than most.

Rain had just poured down on the driest desert.

'Cause you are my heaven.

Hope you guys liked it! Short, but meaningful! ;) Hahaha but yeah, I looooooove this song, it's beautiful. So... yup! Please review. I'd really appreciate it! Thanks! :DDD