Hey y'all! Long time no see! (cowers) Sorry for not updating... anything really... I've been having a hard time with school and such, leaving me with no time. (I should actually be working on some summer homework right now...) But I've made it through the worst and I hope to get back to everything soon! ANYWAY! I've decided to jump the bandwagon and try one of these 50 Sentence challenge things.
Disclaimer: I do not own BBS, Disney or anything related to the two.
Terra knew Aqua was never one for jewelry, but he always wondered what she would look like with a glittering ring in her left ring finger.
Terra was often known as a knight in shining armor by his many admirers, but Aqua always saw him as the hero-type.
"Remember, we used to play here with Ven," Terra said as he squeezed his wife's hand.
Aqua would never tell Terra that she kept a flower that he gave her as a child in a small, secret box.
"Run!" Aqua screamed as she saw her best friend head directly into a mob of Unversed, knowing that he would do the exact opposite.
Whenever they got into arguments, Ven dreaded the ungodly mess they would create for him to clean up.
The first time Terra sparred with Aqua, she moved so gracefully and jumped so high, he swore he saw wings.
Aqua hated the cold, but Terra knew just how to make her favorite hot chocolate to warm her up.
Terra knew that Aqua looked beautiful in blue, but he liked the red blush of her cheeks whenever he kissed her much better.
Although he always complained, Terra never turned down a request from Aqua to try a new potion she created.
"Mind if I join you?" Aqua asked as she sat next to Terra to view the stars.
Contrary to popular belief, Aqua wasn't good at restraining herself, as proven by the kiss marks all along Terra's neck.
As Aqua picked up a fallen book, Terra couldn't stop from indulging himself when he noticed how lean her legs were.
No one else but Aqua knew that Terra like to sing in the shower, so she often found herself sitting outside his door, just listening.
The first time Terra stroked Aqua's skin, he couldn't help but compare it to silk.
"Looks like my cover's been blown," Terra said as he grinned sheepishly while leaning down to steal a kiss.
Looking at her Wayfinder was a reminder to the promise that she would definitely see him again.
Terra often saw Aqua in his dreams, but they had nothing on the real thing.
Aqua would remember back to the night where she and Terra sat as children, clinging to each other, in a single candlelight's glow, waiting for the lights to come back on.
"Terra, I think you have a talent for pissing Aqua off, congrats."
Aqua knew Terra wasn't one to express feelings with words, so she learned to read his silences.
No matter how long his journey would take or how far it would take him, Terra knew right where he wanted to finish.
"I'm sorry! It was an accident!" Aqua repeated over and over again as he spread salve on Terra's burn marks.
Terra was known as the "strong one" as the group, so why was it that he was reduced to a stammering pile of jell-o whenever Aqua, so much as, smiled at him?
He wore a thick mask when she first met him, but she refused to give up until she saw his real face.
"Burns and now frostbite?" Terra murmured as Aqua apologized profusely while tending to his wounds.
Aqua was never afraid of falling since she loved heights, but it was falling for Terra that sent shivers up her spine.
Not a single memory, fact, or detail about her was ever forgotten by him.
"Maybe dancing isn't your thing," Ven said as Terra whispered that it was "worth it because Aqua asked" while rubbing his sore feet.
The night of their wedding, Aqua and Terra made sure to memorize the contours of each other's body thoroughly.
Terra was always scared of touching her, after all, demons shouldn't touch angels.
"This isn't a good-bye, it's a 'see you later'."
It didn't matter what world he was in, just as long as Aqua was there.
When Aqua saw Terra at the Prince's ball, she found herself wanting to be in a beautiful dress to dance with her loved one too.
Ven couldn't help but laugh at the irony of Aqua and Terra getting a fever at the same time.
As a child, one of Terra's main goals of his day was to make Aqua laugh.
"Was it a lie when you said you loved me?"
Forever (Continuing "Lies") -
"How could it be when it's always been you in my heart?"
Aqua was always good with words, but when she saw Terra getting down on one knee, she couldn't find any.
They used to whisper to each other as children when sneaking out at night, now they whisper as they lie together.
Aqua knew better than to ask Terra to wait for her; there were some things that he needed to do alone.
"We need to talk," Aqua said as she held up her ruined book and glared at the cowering brunet across the room.
Terra never had to search for Aqua, his body was just naturally drawn to her's.
Aqua was determined to stay alive; how else would Ven and Terra find their way home if her light went out?
There were times when Terra felt that his light was being covered by darkness, it was only Aqua who could find his light again.
It hurt realizing that he could only keep his feet firmly planted to the earth as she soared high above, defying gravity.
Aqua found herself always moving quickly through her life, so she was relieved when she found someone to slow her down.
They didn't know what lied ahead of them, all they knew was that they weren't looking back.
He had locked his emotions so deep within him that he forgot that someone might have the key.
They found themselves breathing in time as they embraced after so long, finally reunited.
Some punctuation may have been harmed in the making of this...
These two need more love. I'm, quite honestly, obsessed with them. This was actually quite fun! I might do another some time!
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