Don't Leave Me

Chapter 1: Why Me!


"-! Wait up for me!"

"No way Kagome. You're too slow!"

"You're so mean -."

"Oh well. Hey! Let's make a promise."

"A promise?"

"Yeah. When -."

"Okay, I promise."

"I am going to miss you, Kagome."

"Me too -."

The sound of my alarm clock ringing in my ears had slowly started to wake me up. I grumbled to myself as I reached my hand out from underneath the covers, searching for the annoyance. I managed to reach it, but knocked it off my dresser. Dammit. Now I had no choice but to get up. I slowly wiggled the covers off of my body, placing my feet on the carpet and bent down to pick up the ringing clock. I pressed the off button and my room was in silence. I breathed out a sigh of frustration as I looked at myself in the mirror. Today, was the last day of school, and today, I was going to tell my crush of four years, Naraku Ven, that I was in love with him. I could still hear my friends voices in my head, telling me that I should tell him that I was in love with him. I was hoping deep down in my heart that he felt the same way. We had so many encounters and most of my friends believe that he likes me as well. Well, the only way to find out was to get out of bed and go to school. I dropped my head and sighed once again. "Hopefully this day will end well."

"Kagome! Are you awake dear?" I heard my Auntie Xio yell from downstairs.

"Yeah, I am up auntie! I'll be down soon." I placed the clock back on my dresser and got up from my bed. As I started to make up my bed, my thoughts drifted off to the dream that I had. I had been having the same dream for the past couple of days. But, it's not really a dream; more like a memory, but a broken memory. The person I am talking to, I can't see their face, which is sad on my part. I know the person I am talking to was my best friend from when I was little, but I can't remember their face, or their name. Some friend I am. The only thing I have left of my best friend is the necklace he gave me. Placing the pillows against the headboard, I pulled out the necklace from underneath my shirt. It was a Cowrie shell on a black leathery chain. On the back of the shell, he had engraved our initials on it, so I would never forget him, but after having worn it for twelve years, the initials were faded. Only if my mother was still alive, she would be able to tell me. I looked at the ring she gave me on my right hand before she passed. It was a simple gold band with a small diamond in the middle of it, but she said it held great power. If I wished hard enough, my deepest dream will come true. Hopefully, this ring will help me in snagging Naraku?

"Kagome! Breakfast is ready!"

"Okay, I'm coming!" I quickly stripped out of my pajamas and put on my school uniform. I did my hair nicely and actually wore some make-up to make myself seem more, approachable. I spun around once as I looked at myself in the mirror. Today was my last day as a senior in high school and I will soon be attending Jiyuon University in a couple of months. I couldn't wait! I giggled to myself as I grabbed my backpack and headed downstairs.

"Oh my, Kagome. You look more beautiful than ever," I heard my aunt say when I walked into the kitchen. My cheeks started to flush as I pulled a chair out and sat down. "I am guessing this has something to do with that Naraku fella?"

"Yeah, it does. Today, I am going to confess my love to him."

"I hope everything works out for you dear. If he says no, he is missing out on a wonderful girl."

"Heh, thanks auntie." She placed a plate in front of me and I started to chow down. Looking at the time, I realized that I was about to be late for school. "Oh no! I am going to be late!" I gulped down the last bit of my orange juice, grabbed my backpack once again, slipped on my shoes near the door and ran out. "See you later auntie!"

"Okay! And good luck Kagome!" I heard her yell out after me. I ran down the block, trying not to run into anyone on the sidewalk.

"Hey! Kagome!" I heard someone yell from behind me. I stopped in my tracks and saw my best friend Sango running towards me.

"Hm? Hey Sango. What's up."

"Nothing," she said as she caught her breath. "Come on, let's run together and reach school before the bell rings," She said as she grabbed my hand and pulled me behind her to keep up with her speed.

"Woah! Sango! Slow down!"

"Can't! If we want to make it on time for you to give Naraku your letter, we need to kick it to high gear!" She laughed. I smiled back and picked up my pace.

In no time, we manage to get on campus and to our class before the bell went off. "Saved by the bell," Sango said to me while giving me a thumbs up.

"I know."

"By the way Kagome, you look very pretty. Trying to impress Naraku hm?"

"Shut up Sango!" I said as I felt my cheeks start to burn. Was I really going out of my way to have Naraku notice me twice by just putting make-up on?

"Kagome, look. It's Naraku." I looked up and saw the god Adonis himself walk into the classroom. The rest of the girls and myself couldn't help but stare at Naraku. He looked like Leonardo De Vinci had sculpted him right out of marble. That perfect chiseled face with his dark crimson eyes just made him stand out from all the guys at school. His hair was a shady black that reached his knees and his body... oh his body was just muscled in the right places. I have only been lucky once to catch him with his shirt off. My nose wouldn't stop bleeding for weeks. If his body looks that good, I wonder what –

"Kagome, your nose is bleeding," Sango whispered to me. I snapped back to reality when I started to rummage through my backpack for tissues. As I was cleaning my nose, I felt as if someone was watching me. I looked up slowly and saw Naraku's eyes on me. He smirked at me before he took his seat. I looked away quickly and could feel my face burning even more. I heard Sango chuckle next to me. "Seems that Naraku has noticed you again. Lucky girl."

"I wouldn't say so. My nose is bleeding and he caught me trying to clean it up."

"Don't worry so much Kagome. When he reads that letter he will come running towards you, saying how he has had the same feelings for you as well."

"I hope you are right Sango."

"Alright class!" I heard the teacher yell to get the class attention. "Let's get you started on your first final of the day." I just really hoped that this day would end well.

The bell for lunch time went off and I couldn't wait to go outside to get some fresh air. "Come on Kagome, let's go eat outside."

"Alright Sango. I am coming." I grabbed my lunch from my backpack and followed her out to the quad.

"Can you believe it. One more final and we are done! And then graduation is a couple of days after that. We will be college freshmen soon!" She exclaimed with excitement.

I giggled. "I know, I know. It sucks that we won't be attending the same college though," I said as I bit down into my sandwich.

"Aw, is Kagome gonna miss me?" She said as she wrapped her arms around my neck and gave me a noogie. "We'll still see each other Kagome. You'll be living on campus right?" I nodded my head. "Well, on the weekends, I will come and stay with you."

"That sounds good." She let go of my neck and we continued to eat our food.

"Did you put the letter in Naraku's locker?"

I shook my head. "No, not yet. I was going to when lunch was over."

"Oooh, the suspense is killing me. I can just see the two of you holding hands as he walks you back to your house to meet your aunt. And he says, 'It is so nice to finally meet you, Aunt Xio. You have a wonderful niece here, and I will do everything in my being to keep her happy.'"

"Oh, stop it Sango," I said as I started to choke on my water. "You're gonna end up killing me before I give him the note," I laughed. The first bell for lunch ending started to ring.

"Guess it's time to slide that note into his locker."

"It's now or never." I could feel my confidence start to build up. "Come on Sango." We threw away our garbage as we headed back towards the building. "Can you look around for me Sango? To make sure no one is around to see me slide it in his locker."

"I got you girl." She winked at me as she looked around the premises to make sure it was in the clear. "You're good." I tiptoed towards his locker and stood there, staring at the letter in my hand. I closed my eyes as I kissed the fold lightly. Please, please, please, accept my love for you Naraku. I slipped the letter in the slot of the door and let out a heavy sigh. "Let's go Kagome, before we get caught." I nodded my head and we ran back to our class.

The last final of the day went by with a breeze since it was my favorite subject: English. I watched Naraku get up from his seat and my cheeks started to burn. Soon, he would read my confession. I felt a hand tap my shoulder. I looked up and saw Sango's smiling face. I nodded my head and followed the rest of the students who were eager to get off of campus. I took my time down the stairs. I was in no rush to see Naraku's face, though I wanted to at the same time. As Sango and I neared the lockers to gather our stuff, I started to hear the words that I wrote to Naraku, from my heart, being read out loud.

"Naraku, I have been in love with you since Freshmen year. There is just something about you that makes my body flutter with joy," I heard a girl say with giggles.

"There is no one else like you. You're the most brilliant guy I have ever met and I am sure you will go places, and, I was wondering if I would be able to go to those places with you," said another girl.

How could people be so cruel? That was supposed to be for Naraku and for him only. He wasn't even doing anything to stop the girls from continuing to read my letter. I could feel my heart start to shatter as laughter from the students reached my ears. "Kagome, should I go rough those girls a bit?" Sango asked. All I could do was shake my head.

"I love you Naraku," they both said. "Love Kagome," they ended with a singing giggly tone. The rest of the students continued to burst into laughter. Even Naraku started to chuckle. I balled my hands tightly into fist as I fought the urge not to cry. "Oh look! It's Kagome now!" one of the girls shouted. I could feel everyone's eyes on me. "I can't believe she actually thought Naraku would fall in love with her. She is so plain and average looking." I looked up and shot the girl, known as Kio, an evil glare. Naraku grabbed the letter from her hand and folded it back the way it was. He started to walk towards me, and I just knew that what he was going to say, was not what I had wished for. He stopped inches from me and handed me the letter. I just looked at it and back to him.

"I'm sorry Kagome, but I cannot accept your love."

"C-Can you tell me why?"

"Well, you're not exactly my type; physically and mentally. I'm more into girls who have a body of a model. You know. They have to have a nice rack, a nice ass and fabulous legs, and you have a body more like a fourteen year old boy." WHAT? "I've heard your discussions in class, and you seem bright, but you're not that bright. Not only does the girl have to be smoken hot, she has to be pretty smart; on my level of smart."

"So a girl has to be Einstein in order for you to fall in love with her?" Sango blurted in my defense.

"Yeah, pretty much."

"Good luck with that Naraku. You will never find a girl like that. Kagome is a wonderful person. Just cause she isn't you 'ideal type' you have to downgrade her?"

"It's not my fault she looks the way she does. You can put make-up on a pig but it's still a pig –


The laughter had died down to silence. I had slapped Naraku hard across his face. Hearing Naraku talk down to me, I couldn't believe I was actually in love with him. "You...bastard!" I yelled. I stared him down with all the anger in sadness in my eyes as he turned to face me, his hand resting on his cheek. "How dare you talk down to me like I am beneath you! You are no better than me! Just because you're smart in class, you are pretty fucking stupid when it comes to talking to a girl. I had no idea you were so fucking arrogant! I thought you were nice, but I guess that was all a facade. I hope you rot and die you selfish asshole!" I ran passed him, running into his shoulder, hard, as I ran wherever my feet would take me. I heard Sango yelling after me, but I refused to stop. I knew if I did, I wouldn't be able to stop crying. The sky started to get dark and I could feel tiny rain drops hit my face. I started to slow down my pace until I started to walk. I stopped at a light pole and looked up. The coolness of the rain drops hitting my face started to cool down my body. Now my sadness had become a metaphor. I slapped the metal pole with all the strength I had in my hand. It stung, but I didn't care. I couldn't believe that dick, but in a way, I found it funny. My life was starting to become like those books I have been reading about lately. Girl gets rejected by the love of her life, but that said guy turns out to fall in love with her in the end. I doubt the last part would come true, cause I would never want to see Naraku again. The beginning of my love life had began so very fucking cliché. UGH! I shouted to the sky.

I had refused to let anymore tears come from my eyes. I didn't want to become like the girls in the books. So obsessed over the one that they loved that they become nothing without them. I was not going to be that person. The rain had started to pour down. I need to get out of this rain. I covered my head with my backpack and ran the rest of the way home as fast as I could.

"Ah, Kagome! Is that you?" I heard my aunt yell out as I walked through the front door.

"Yeah, it's me," I said softly as I slipped out of my soaking shoes. Though I tried to avoid getting soaked, I managed to anyways. I was certainly going to take a long hot bath. My auntie came around the corner with a bright smile on her face, but it soon dropped when she looked at me. "Kagome, honey, you okay? You're soaking wet."

"Haha, the last day of school didn't go as well as I hoped it would."

"What happened?" She asked as she took my hand in hers and led me to the kitchen.. "How did it go with Naraku?" She went into a draw and pulled out a small hand towel and handed it to me.

I took the towel in my hands, but didn't use it. "Well, Kio and her gal pals had managed to get a hold of it from Naraku and read it out loud so everyone could hear. Naraku didn't do a thing to stop them from reading it either. In the end, Naraku was just a pompous asshole. I guess when a girl confesses her love to him, he turns into a dick. I wish I had saw that from the beginning. On top of making me feel even more worse, he told me I wasn't his type."

"What? How are you not his type?"

"According to him, I have the body of a fourteen year old boy and I am not too smart for him."

"How are you not? You have passed all of your classes with really good marks. And how do you have a body for a fourteen year old boy? "

"Since I don't have huge boobs, a nice butt or fabulous legs, I am nowhere near his type since that said 'model' has to be a genius, just like him."

"That boy is no genius if he passes up on a girl like you. And I always thought you had a cute body. So what if you are an A cup. Guys nowadays are starting to date girls with small boobs. I think it's some type of fetish now." That got me to chuckle. "Besides, you have a nice butt and some nice legs."

"Auntie!" She winked at me and we both started to chuckle.

"Don't worry about him sweet heart. You know, if your mother was still here, she would probably find out where that boy lives and kick his ass."

"Haha, she would have. I miss her so much."

"We all do." She rested her hand on top of my head and rubbed. Though she wasn't my mother, sometimes I felt that she was. "Go run up and take a bath. I'll start preparing for dinner." I nodded my head and gave my auntie a wet hug. "Ah, you're so cold!"

"Teehee!" I stuck out my tongue to her as I ran up the stairs to the bathroom. I closed the door behind me and walked over to the tub, pulling on the knob for hot water to pour out. I ran my hand under the hot water and could not wait to feel it caress my body. As the tub started to fill with water, I grabbed a bottle of bubble bath and poured two caps full of the milky liquid near the running water and watched the bubbles form. As I started to strip out of my clothes, Naraku's words echoed through my head. 'You have a body of a fourteen year old boy.' I looked at my naked self in the mirror and sighed. Yes, I was a small breast size, but my body dipped and curved in the right places. I turned around to look at the back and smirked. I did have a nice butt; well, I thought so. From the dip of my back, it rounded till it cupped underneath to form my legs. I think I have a nice set of legs as well. I guess since I didn't wear the right set of pants that flaunted my assets, no one, not even Naraku would notice. Hmph. Well, he doesn't know what he is missing. I pushed the knob back in to stop the water. I grabbed a rubber band off of the counter and tied my hair in a high bun before stepping into the hot water. "Ooooh, this feels so good!"

"Kagome?" I heard my auntie call.


"Sango is here to see you."

"Tell her to meet me in my room –

"I'm coming in Kagome." The door knob turned and in came Sango. I ducked down lower into the bubble bath. "What's up Kagome?" She asked with a smile on her face.

"Taking a bath, as you can see." She chuckled. "You couldn't wait for me in my room because?"

"This news just couldn't wait."

I sat up in the tub a bit. She had my attention now. "What news?"

"Remember how Koi read your love letter out loud?" I nodded my head. "Well, right after you gave Naraku a piece of your mind and ran off, Koi tried to hand Naraku her love letter." I stayed quiet, wanting Sango to continue. "How Koi read your letter, he read hers out loud. You thought he had put you down, he had chew Koi up and spit her back out, burying her underneath the ground. Yes, she was one of the popular girls at the school, but not even Naraku wanted her. She tried to call him out, like you did, but he managed to cut her up ten times more than what he did to you. She couldn't even say anything to defend herself."

"Huh, and that girl had the nerve to read my letter."

"There is one more thing."


"When you ran off, Naraku wouldn't stop staring at the direction you took off in. His hand was still on the spot you had slapped him on too. I think he was stunned and fascinated by you at the same time. Cause as long as I have known Naraku and seen the girls confess their love, no one has ever stood up to him like you did."

"So, is he gonna come and get his revenge on me?"

"Haha, no, I don't think so." We both chuckled. I splashed some water at Sango and she laughed some more. "Hey."

"Now get out. I'll meet you in my room in a little while."

"Alright." Sango got up and headed out towards my room, closing the bathroom door behind her. I soaked my body in the now warm water and started to feel my thoughts wander off. Hm, Naraku, I wish you had given me a chance. With that last thought in mind, I washed up my body and got of the tub, letting the water drain as I dried off my body and hair and headed to my room.

Walking in, Sango was fiddling with the stuff animals on the bed. She looked up at me and smiled. "Took you long enough."

"Oh hush you. Are you staying the night?"

"Of course I am. Not only because I do almost every night, but because I'm worried about you."

"Sango, I am fine. So what if I was embarrassed in front of more than half of the school and the love of my life was an asshole. I will be fine. I am not gonna end up like Bella from the Twilight series and scream in my sleep because Edward left me."

"I know, but wouldn't that be different since they were actually together?"

"Not really. They were only together for what, two months? I could understand if they were together for a year and she broke down. But two months? Not worth the tears I would say. I say, I have the right to cry since I have been in love with Naraku for four years and he rejected me; embarrassed me."

"You do. I think you would be fine if he rejected you, nicely, but he was being a dick the way he rejected you. Do you think it was the hype from the students that made him act that way?"

"I don't know. You know Naraku better than I do."

"Yeah, but I have never seen him act that way before. I'm going to call him."

"Wait! Sango – no!" But it was too late. Her phone was already dialing his number before I had the chance to snatch it away. She pressed the speaker button on her phone when he had answered.


"Hey Naraku."

"... Hey Sango."

"What was up with you today? I have never seen you act like that towards a girl before."

"I had never liked Kio. She was too much of a bitch."

"I'm not talking about Kio. I am talking about Kagome," There was silence on the phone. I couldn't even move from where I was standing. I was dripping wet, wearing a towel, waiting to hear a response from him. "Naraku, you there?"

"Yeah, I am here."

"Are you going to answer me?"

"Kagome... she is a nice girl, but there is just something about her I can't stand." Ouch. "Just being around her makes me feel uneasy. And when Kio read her love letter to me, I just felt even more weird about her. The fact that she has been in love with me for four years, and doesn't even really know me, just freaks me out. I could understand more if she actually talked to me or hung out with me, but she didn't."

"If she did, would you have given her a chance?"

"No." He answered that very quick.

"So, tell me why you had to downgrade Kagome the way you did in front of the whole school."

"Like I said, there is just something about her I don't like. Just looking at her, I had to just say what I said."

"You don't think Kagome is pretty at all, do you."

"No, I don't." Was Sango trying to help me or make me feel worse? I decided to get out of the conversation and start to lotion up my body.

"Because Kagome wasn't like the other girls that confessed their love to you, you had to reject her harshly?"

"Did you call to badger the fact that I was a dick to her?"

"At least you realized it." I heard him chuckle. Was this fool really laughing about this? "Look Naraku, I have known you for several years, and I would say, you are one of my best guy friends."

"Well thanks Sango."

"And you know I am Kagome's best friend as well."

"I know," he said quietly.

"Just saying, next time a girl confesses their love to you, don't embarrass them."

"I will try not to."

"And be nice to Kagome."

He was quiet again before he said, "Why?" This conversation was just going downhill for me. "Because, you know how I am about karma. If you aren't nice to Kagome, karma is gonna find you and deal with you ten times harder than what you did to Kagome."

"Yeah, yeah."

"Alright Naraku. Just watch. When it hits you, you won't be able to get out of it."

"Uh huh. I'll see you at graduation Sango."


"Why maybe?"

"It really all depends if Kagome goes."

"You're gonna skip out on graduation all because of her?" I just rolled my eyes. Sango looked at me and I mouthed out that I was going to graduation. I slipped on my underwear and my pajamas I started to re-tie up my hair and braid the ponytail.

"Whelp, guess I am going to graduation."

"You still shouldn't stop going to graduation just because of Kagome."

"Would you go to graduation if you were embarrassed by the the person you were in love with?"

"Yeah, I would. Show that I wasn't affect by the bitch."

"I guess that's what she is doing to you." I heard him make an 'urk' noise and I giggled. I hopped on my bed with Sango and continued to listen to their conversation. "Haha, do you know what college you are going to?"

"Not yet. I will probably find out later in the week. You're going to Plyton University, right?"

"Did my mother talk to your mom?"

"Yeah," he chuckled. "I guess your mom is more excited than you are."

"My excitement died after a few days I received the letter of acceptance."

"Yeah, I might just be the same way."

"You would be." They chuckled and I couldn't help but chuckle with them. "Well, I gotta go and I know you got stuff to do. I will see you at graduation, Naraku."

"See ya." They hung up. I raised up my knees to my chest and rested my chin on them. You could tell that they were friends by just the way they talked on the phone. I wish I had that with him.



"How long have you and Naraku been friends?"

"Um, I want to say...ten years."

"That's a long time."

"Yeah. He was the new kid of the block and for some reasons, the guys would pick on him. I came and defended him."

"Haha, so you were his protector when you guys were in elementary school."

"Oh no. We didn't become friends until middle school."

"Really? Why?"

"Naraku liked to stay to himself. He didn't really like to be bothered by the other kids. The only way we became good friends is because our mothers would hang out all the time. It took me awhile to get him to actually talk to me. And when he did, he was really vague."

"Did he ever tell you what type of girls he was into?" She shook her head. "What about the girls he's dated in the past?"

She shook her head again. "Naraku never really had a relationship with anyone. Sure, he went on dates, but he was never in a relationship. Well, that I know of."

"For someone who avoided people when he was younger, he sure does have a lot of friends."

"He does, but there are only a few that he keeps close to him."

"You're lucky that you are one of those people."

"I guess." She gave me a small smile. "But in the end Kagome, you will find your soul mate."

"Heh, thanks Sango."

"Girls! Dinner is ready!" My aunt had yelled. We scattered from my bed and rushed down the stairs to go grub.

After dinner, Sango and I talked a bit more before we headed to bed. I barely got any sleep that night. I kept waking up every other hour. I wasn't sure because it was heartache or because I was excited to graduate tomorrow. I tried to get enough sleep since I wanted to look my best for graduation. And look my best I did. I graduated with a gold cord and received a gold sticker on my diploma. Of course Naraku did better, but today was my day. A lot of people said I had guts for coming to graduation, and if I didn't know any better, I would say I had received a lot of respect. That night, Sango and I had went to several parties that we had been invited to. Surprisingly, Naraku was not there. I guess he didn't want to be surrounded by a bunch of people. Sango did say he liked to stay to himself. Oh well.

The whole summer had went by really quick. I was sad that I was not going to see most of my friends, but I was also excited that I was going to college. Sure, I was going to be a freshmen all over again, but it would be worth it. My aunt had surprised me with a new car when I had woke up this morning. I was glad that it was a SUV because I had a lot of stuff to pack up. When I packed up the last box from my room, I looked around and realized how empty it was. I couldn't believe that I was going away to college. The campus was only two hours away, so I could come back and check up on my aunt every now and then, but my room looked so bare. The only thing left in my room that I didn't take with me was my bed, the sheets and the comforter. I gave a soft sigh as I picked up the box and headed out the door, closing it behind me.

"My little girl," my aunt said to me as I reached the bottom of the stairs. She had tears in her eyes and I couldn't help but feel the tears streak my eyes. "Don't cry now."

"You're the one who is crying," I teased back.

"Am not." She smiled. She walked me out to the car and I stuffed the last box into the front seat. I turned to face my aunt and we gave each other a big hug. "Call me when you fully move in on campus okay?"

"I will. And you have to come up and visit me when you have time."

"Oh trust me, I will." She wiped the tears from my cheeks. "Have a good time, okay baby."

"I will auntie. I'll tell you everything when our first day of orientation is over."

"Alright." I hopped into the driver seat and started up the engine. I grabbed my iPOD from the middle compartment and plugged it into the AUX plug with the cord the car came with. I looked for the right song until it landed on Lucifer by SHINee. I turned up the volume as I felt the bass of the song throb the car and took off towards the next step in my future.

Arriving on campus, I saw all the other bustling freshmen trying to find their way around campus. I found a parking spot near the front of the building that I would be living in: Kiriyama Buidling. I stepped out of my car and headed towards the double doors. Walking in, I looked around and saw the front desk. I walked towards the receptionist and she gave me a bright smile. "Hello, what is your name?"

"Higurashi Kagome."

"Higurashi...Higurashi...Higu – here you are." She handed me a white packet. "Inside you will find your room key, mail key and access card to get inside the buildings. Also inside is your event calender for the rest of the week. All the incoming freshmen have the campus to themselves for the week. On Sunday, the rest of the students who will be staying on campus will be moving in. So have fun." She gave me a dazzling smile and I just nodded my head. She was so pretty. I walked around the corner and went towards the elevator. I dug through the packet and found a small light brown packet with my keys in it. On the small light brown packet, it said that I lived in room 323. So third floor it was. I pressed the up button on the elevator and waited for it reach the bottom floor. When the doors opened, a tall guy with amber eyes, white hair that reached to the back of his knees and strange tattoos on his face walked out of the elevator. He was so handsome. He gave me a glance before going on his way. Maybe he was an upperclassmen helping out us poor, lost freshmen. I pressed the button for the third floor and waited. I could feel my heart start to pound harder. I wonder if my roommate was here. I wonder what type of person she would be. I hoped we got along. The elevator beeped and the doors opened. I walked out and saw a bunch of people moving in. That would be me in a few minutes. I went down the hall and looked for my room number. It seemed that our floor had a sugary theme to it. On the doors that I passed by, the roommates names were decorated on cut out cakes and cookies.

The hall that I had went down was not the right side. I passed through the lounge that had separated both sides and walked around till I finally came across my door. My name was decorated on a cake and my roommates name was decorated on a cookie – her name was Naraku? I thought that name was usually meant for boys. Eh, I could see a girl with that name now that I think about it. I opened the door slowly and heard rustling going around. I thought the dorms would have been small, but they were a mini apartment.

"Do you want me to put this here?" I heard a voice ask.

"Hello?" I heard some more rustling before I saw someone come around the corner. It was a girl who was a bit taller than me with pale skin, long black hair, a slight cold glaze in her brown eyes and the perfect physique that Naraku looked for in a woman. She looked me up and down before she gave me a sly smile.

"Hi, my name is Kikyo."

"H-Hi, my name is Kagome."

She smirked before she turned her head to the side and yelled, "Naraku, you're roommate is here." Wait, she wasn't my roommate? When she introduced herself, I thought maybe it was a nickname. If she wasn't then who was...

"You!" we both exclaimed at the same time. Right in front of my eyes, I was standing face to face with the person I wished I never saw again, Naraku Ven. Ugh, why me God.

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