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The blue sky stretches endlessly above, holding onto the dreams of people who wish to soar. People who look up can't help but be captivated by it's beauty. It touches the hearts of many just by looking at it's vibrant colours at different points of day.

Above us, the sky looks after our us.

But has anybody wondered...

What the sky felt instead?


5-year-old Hibari Kyoya tumbled into through the woods, covered in grime and dirt, gripping his steel tonfas. When he found Kusakabe, he was going to bite him to death for taking his eyes off him. Even at 5-years-old, he had too much pride to admit he was lost.

Filled with frustration, he kept his cool as he tried to navigate his way through Nanimori Woods. After hours of walking, his body and killer aura at it's peak. he saw a light at a distance and gathered the last of his strength and ran towards it...

...only to trip on a tree root - falling flat on his face. He pushed himself up, ready to bite the tree to death, but hesitated when his eyes met a beautiful sight.

There was a lush green field with grass so soft he realised it cushioned his fall. A river sparkled and shimmered in the sunlight, as if a million diamonds lay at the bottom of the river. The water was as clear as crystal, allowing to see it dotted with pebbles and a variety of tiny, colourful fishes. The river cut across the field, causing the area to slope inwards. There were dozens of small animals which caused him to have a faint blush tainting his cheeks before he shook his head violently and kept reminding himself to snap out of it. There were birds singing a sweet lullaby on a lone willow tree by the river. The willow's branches and leaves dipped so low, causing them to gently caress the water surface, small ripples erupting on the water surface.

But the most interesting sight was a young man, with caramel orbs and light brown, self-defying hair. He had a slender fingers and body and was playing with the birds. His voice was singing the same lullaby as the birds which sounded from another world, more beautiful than anything else he ever heard.

When Hibari got to his senses, he tightened his grip on his tonfas, walked up to the man and said,"Hey, herbivore."

The birds fluttered away, the man stopped singing. Everything seemed to come to a halt and dashed away from Hibari. But the man spoke up,"Yes, may I help you?"

"Do you know how to get out of the woods?" Hibari questioned.

The man shook his head,"No, but you seem tired. Come sit with me. I will help you with your wounds."

Hibari was about to say no when his body suddenly collapsed onto the floor in fatigue. The man chuckled and opened his mouth once more to sing. Itwas like an orchestra, just with more variety and more tuneful than any other instrument. Hibari propped himself up,back to the tree as he tried to make out the words he sang. He did not seem to recognise it as any language, but swayed to the tune. Miraculously, his fatigue seemed to fade away and his pain subsided.

"Feeling better now?" The man chuckled.

Hibari nodded and noticed something about the man. Hibari could not guess his age , he had a face that was about 20, but his eyes made him look like he lived longer than that. He looked... timeless."My name is Sawada Tsunayoshi. Nice to meet you. You can call me Tsuna." The man introduced himself.

"Hn." was Hibari's only reply.

"Not much of a talker are we?" Tsuna pointed out and smiled.

Tsuna noticed that Hibari had his attention to a yellow, injured bird on his lap.

"Oh this? I found him injured underneath this tree. I decided to take care of him. Fortunately, my white jeans and shirt did not get dirty. You can have him." He explained.

Hibari lifted up the bird as it snuggled into the warmth of his hands. A bright blush formed on his face as he stared at the bird. Tsuna noticed it and he stared to laugh, which sounded like silver bells ringing. "He already likes you!"

"Hey herbivore, are you sure if Ican keep him? He seems to like you a lot."

Tsuna seemed to look surprised but continued,"You can keep him, it's not like I can keep him anyway."As he stated with a sad smile on his face.

Hibari was going to ask more when they both heard voices from a distance, calling for Hibari. The man stood up and dusted the dust of his shirt.

"Herbivoire. Stay." Hibari ordered.

"Sorry, but I got to go. I stayed for too long." Tsuna said as he glanced towards the direction of the voices.

"Till we meet again, Hibari Kyoya." Tsuna ruffled his hair and turned to run into the woods,leaving Hibari with the bird. Kusakabe appeared and exclaimed,"Kyo-san! We should..." But Hibari did not hear him , still staring as the spot where he left.

"How did he know my name?"


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