I am clearly frustrated with myself. I'm so close to finishing my story yet I get a writer's block! I'm trying to think of a scene that doesn't follow the storyline and is original. Unfortunately, I can't think of one at the moment.
As for why I am writing this, I'm hoping to gain some idea to write in my story. So I am, yes, resorting to prompts. I'm hoping that I can think of something...
This is what happens when I read too much reader inserts; I get these strange writing urges and I think of random stuff. -_-"
Prompt: Reader inserts & Hisagi x Oc x Kazeshini.
You glared into the open air and gave a throaty sigh. Work was usually stressful, as granted, but today was even worse. You didn't know why you were stuck with all the work today, but one thing was for sure, someone tricked you into doing it.
"I swear!" You growled to yourself, "I'm going to kick who ever stuck me with all that work into next week! Once I do, I'll-."
A pair of hands grasped your sides, causing you to violently jolt and give a girly scream. You heard a high pitched laughter from behind. Immediately, you jumped to your feet and glared at the person.
"Don't do that!" you shouted angrily, but it didn't seem to falter the demon's expression, as he still wore an arrogant smile on his face.
"Why should I?" he asked, folding his arms into his chest. "Its frickin' funny to watch ya scream."
"If I die one day, it's going to be your fault..." you muttered.
It annoyed you to no end that Shuuhei's Zanpakuto, Kazeshini, would always scare you when you were least expecting it. Ever since Shuuhei defeated him, he started to bother you. For what reason, you didn't know as that was still mystery to you. The fact that Shuuhei was always busy made your heart heavy with thought. He was your best friend after all, and, well, a long time crush. On any given day, you would counter against Kazeshini's insults and taunts, as he would always give a satisfying, heated response. Today, however, you were in the mood to release some of your anger rather than have it build up inside you.
"Are ya listening?"
"Of course," you retorted, snapping out of your thoughts.
"Bullshit." Kazeshini scoffed. You shifted under his watchful eye.
"I'm telling the truth."
"What did I say?"
"Um... I'll get back to you on that one."
"I knew it!"
"What the hell is that suppose to mean?" Kazeshini fumed, making you smile as the tables started to turn.
"Figure that out yourself."
He was about to retort back but another voice interrupted the Zanpakuto.
"The fuck do ya want?" he snapped, glaring at the ninth squad lieutenant.
"You need to control your temper." He answered calmly, "Arguing about it will only make it worse."
"You should listen to Hisagi-san," you replied, automatically taking his side. You knew this would irritate the Zanpakuto because you knew those two weren't as close as everyone else. Kazeshini and Shuuhei held a mutual understanding, but that didn't mean they entirely agreed with each other.
And you were correct. Kazeshini narrowed his eyes and scowled, which only prompted you to smile. His ears lowered as he showed his pointed canines. You couldn't help but think that if you pointed your finger at him, he would try to bite it off. At times like these, he reminded you of a dog or a wolf. But then again, dogs were probably better than talking to said Zanpakuto. He could be cute like a dog... Wait, what were you thinking?
"And you," Shuuhei turned to you as he spoke, "need to learn to stop provoking others."
"He started it."
"That's right. Put the fuckin' blame on me."
"Enough you two."
There was a long pause until Kazeshini broke it. Though, he was muttering more to himself rather than talking the two of you.
"What was that? I didn't hear you." you said, playfully taunting him into responding.
"You wanna die?"
"_, that's enough for one day."
You gave a tired sigh. "Yeah, you're right."
You watched as the demonic entity was scowling at the both of you before turning away. Even though you were enjoyed bothering Kazeshini, you couldn't help but feel worried about the Zanpakuto. You could have sworn that you saw pain held in his eyes before he turned around. Was he feeling all right? Probably, though it could be just one of those days where Kazeshini decided to "reminisce" about his life. There were times where he just stared out into space, his eyes distant in thought. However, the Zanpakuto would always say he was thinking about ways to annoy his wielder, which you doubted. Shuuhei, being the peacemaker, decided to relieve the tension in the air.
"Why don't you have lunch with us? Unless you're busy, I don't want to change any of your plans."
"Well, it has been a while since I got to relax... Alright, why not? I get hang around with my friends."
You didn't notice Kazeshini's ears prick upwards. You were too busy chatting to Shuuhei as the three of you started to walk towards their place. He lagged behind you two, watching both of you smile and laugh.
The demonic entity knew Shuuhei liked you for a long time ever since you two... well, became friends. He never really cared about what his Shinigami ever did in his time. Kazeshini was always preoccupied with his own thoughts anyways and he never met you personally until the Zanpakuto Rebellion.
He never found you very interesting, as you pretty much acted like a suck up to Shuuhei, in his opinion at least. You always hung around him and stood by his side. You had unwavering loyalty and feelings for his Shinigami so he expected that much from you. What he didn't expect, however, was to actually enjoy your company.
You two argued constantly and annoyed each other to the point where at least one of you would be laughing at the other's face, as the other would look like they were ready to murder someone. That started to change. As time went by, you two actually started to get along, sometimes, and, occasionally, picked up regular conversations.
Kazeshini always felt an unfamiliar feeling of warmth in his chest whenever he was around you. He ignored it at first but it developed as time went by. It wasn't just the warm feeling, but it was the fact that he could never get you out of his head. That was just fucking annoying with him, yet he enjoyed it at the same time. Everything about you seemed to stick in his head; your laugh, the way you always seemed to glow in the sunlight, hell, even the way you smiled just made him feel like his heart would explode.
Of course, he didn't know if you actually wanted him. You would always float to Shuuhei's side and agree with whatever he said and anything he asked. The both of you weren't perfect, you two got into small arguments from time to time, but it was the way you acted around each other. Kazeshini could read you like a book; you always smiling whenever you were around his Shinigami, trying to please and make him smile back. That clearly pissed him off to a point where he wanted to punch the damn Shinigami in the face. Kazeshini assured himself that this would probably get worse, for the most part.
You noticed how Kazeshini was lagging behind you. Once Shuuhei went inside, you waited for Kazeshini to catch up, who gave you a look of indifference. Before he went inside, you stopped him.
"Is there something wrong?"
"I'm damn fine."
"You don't act like it." You replied. Kazeshini didn't show any sign that claimed he cared about your concern. "Look, if there's something wrong you can always talk to me about it."
"Kazeshini." You grasped his arm firmly before he could walk in. He turned his head slightly as you continued to speak. "I'm serious; I have eyes and ears too. I know something is bothering you. If it's pestering you that much, then talk to me. I'll be there if you need someone to lean on."
Before he could reply, you walked inside. Kazeshini stood there for a few moments as your words echoed in his head.
That gave him a start; it wasn't much, but that's all he needed. He would keep that thought in mind. Perhaps... It won't be as bad as he thought it would be.
Kazeshini couldn't help but smile.
I'm not sure if I got Hisagi's personality right. I gave him so little dialogue, but it sounds like something he would say.