I don't own any characters expect my own.
I also don't own Bleach.
The sun shone brightly down on a little town in Japan.
If it weren't for the fact that 18 year-old American, Polly Dillinger was wondering what was she doing here, then she would've thought it was perfect.
Then a blur rushed by her.
Narrowing her eyes she saw a strong stoic-looking boy, about her age.
He was carrying a bird in cage while running for his life.
He was tan, had curly brown hair, but what stood out to Polly the most was a tattoo on his left shoulder.
It was a winged heart with a snake wrapping itself around the heart.
Their eyes met for a moment.
"Go home." Was all he said to her, before he started to run again.
Just as she was about to run after him, an inhuman roar got her attention.
It came from an inhuman looking creature. It had a skull-like mask over its face.
Its eyes were an eerie yellow; its body was almost like that of a frog.
Polly stood there; stuck by fear, however out of curiosity she pulled out her camera-phone, seemingly out of thin air and took a picture.
At the sound of the click, the monster turned its head to look at her.
It seemed surprised for a moment, and then it seemed to smile evilly at her.
Polly didn't know what this creature was, but she didn't like the way it looked at her.
Without even thinking Polly felt as though her legs grew wings, as she bolted away from the monster.
Then it came closer… and closer… and closer… Then, BEEP! BEEP! BEEP!
The sound of the alarm clock awoke Polly as she roused from her bed.
"Wow what a dream I had! It felt like an anime." she said to no one in particular.
Polly at stared at herself in a nearby mirror, before heading downstairs for breakfast.
She had long blonde hair and light –green eyes.
"Morning Polly," Called her mother, over the sounds of pancakes cooking over the stove.
"Morning, Mom." Polly replied as she reached the kitchen.
"Did you have a good sleep?" asked her mother as Polly pulled out two big plates from the cupboard.
"Sort of," Polly replied as she placed the plates on the table.
"Where's Dad?" she asked, quickly changing the subject.
"He had to leave early today, Polly. He has a meeting to attend. He sends his love." Her mother said as she placed the freshly cooked pancakes on their plates.
Polly was no longer listening to anything her mother was saying.
She was drifting in and out of her thoughts on last night's dream.
Polly was never a fan of scary movies, and she never watched a foreign film before in her life and rarely ever watched anime; so why did her dream feel like she was in Japan?
Polly and her mother spent the rest of their breakfast in silence, before Polly went back upstairs to get ready for school.
Polly changed out of her pink pajamas, into a baby pink t-shirt and teal shorts.
Her Blonde hair was stylied up in bun with a long braid and red ribbons tumbling down at the back.
Polly waved goodbye to her mother, as she drove off to school.
Sometime later during lunch, Polly on a whim, pulled out her camera-phone to look over her pictures, but when she saw her latest picture, she screamed so loud that the wholelunch room took notice.
On her camera-phone was the monster from last night's dream! Feeling everyone's eyes on her, Polly dropped her camera-phone and ran towards the bathroom.
Slamming the stall door behind her, Polly curled herself into a ball and rocked back and forth.
"How is that monster on my phone?! This isn't happening! This isn't happening!" She thought desperately. "I'm in the Twilight Zone! I'm in the Twilight Zone! I'm going crazy!"
"Polly, are you okay?" came Marina's voice.
"What's wrong Polly" she asked. "Are you being bullied?" "Are you being blackmailed?"
Opening the door a slight crack, Polly looked into Marina's light brown complexion and teal eyes.
Polly didn't know what to say.
Marina was an unpredictable person; she could be your best friend one minute and your worst enemy the next.
"Look you can't stay in the girl's room all day, you gotta come out sometime." "It there anything you need?" Marina once again asked.
Despite what just happen, Polly couldn't help the small smile that spread across her lips.
"Thanks, Marina, but I'm fine now." Taking a deep breath, she continued "I just saw something that really shook me up. That's all."
As she exited the stall, Marina thrust something into her hand. Marina brushed a stand of her long wavy black hair away from her face as she said "You dropped you cell phone. Bradley picked it up and told me to give to you."
They exchanged a smile before heading off to the last class of the day.
It was the end of an extraordinary day for Yasutora Sado, better known as Chad to his best friend Ichigo.
Chad had discovered that Rukia, the new transfer student and Ichigo had some involvement in the spirit world.
From what he discovered the two of them helped good spirits move on to the afterlife, while they fought evil spirits who wished harm the living and kind spirits alike.
He was glad that the little boy was now reunited with his mother on the other side, or as Rukia called it the Soul Society.
As Chad reflected on the events of the last few days, he suddenly remembered the female foreigner.
Tourists almost never came to Karakura Town, so who was that girl and what was she doing in Karakura?
Did she came to Japan for a trip and happen to die somewhere near Karakura?
He thought back to what Rukia and Ichigo told him.
Only whole spirits had a broken chain sticking out of their chest; if Chad remembered correctly, there didn't seem to be any sign of a broken chain anywhere on the blonde foreigner.
Was she a Soul reaper as well or was she just an innocent bystander?
IF so, could she see spirits as well?
As he was getting ready for bed, he promised himself that he would mention that strange encounter to Ichigo and Rukia.
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