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I softly gripped his chin and pulled his face close, connecting out lips once more. It was just as amazing as I remembered it. I pulled away from him, eyes closed, frowning.
"If Yukiteru-kun wished to only be my friend," I muttered, more to myself than Yukiteru, "Then Yukiteru-kun's friend I will be."
"The thing is," he said, making me look at him "I don't know WHAT I feel for you, if it's friendship or something more. I'm so confused!"
Yukiteru might…like me back? The thought made my chest explode with warmth. I smiled and leaned forward, pressing a kiss to the corner of his lips. "Take some time to think about it." I then stood up and started walking.
"Akise-kun!" I turned as Yukiteru approached and showed me a necklace with a rhombus shaped Onyx stone on a bit of black thread. "I finished building a new world around midnight last night, I made this for you, so you can travel there and back as you please. Just squeeze the stone to go there, squeeze it again to come back." He unclipped it. "I'll put it on."
I smiled as he went behind me, securing the necklace. "Thank you, Yukiteru-kun."
"I'm going to go make a few minor changes to the world," he said.
"I'm going to head to my room really quickly," I said.
I left the room, entering my own. I grabbed the baggie filled with the odd liquid and squeezed the stone.
My room faded into darkness and I once again felt like I was being pulled in all possible directions. Then I was in an alley.
I tucked the necklace into my shirt and left the alley. I smiled when I realized I knew this path. This was the path I would take to the police station before I met Yukiteru-kun.
I allowed my feet to carry me through the winding streets to the front of the station. I hesitated, my hand on the smooth metal door.
Just how much like out world did Yukiteru-kun make this world? Had he brought back everyone such as Nishijima and Minene and the others? I knew that, obviously, they wouldn't remember me, but…
Shaking my head, I entered the police station.
The place was hectic, and in the middle of the room was a man with tan skin, brown eyes and long black hair, some of his hair being pulled back into a ponytail. He wore a dark blue suit.
"Kurusu Kiego?" I asked, hand in my pockets along with the packet.
He turned, staring at me. "That's me. Who are you?"
I was right. He doesn't remember me. "My name is Akise Aru, and I dream of being the world's greatest detective."
"And why are you here?" he asked. I was about to answer when a male came up to Kurusu.
He had light brown hair in an odd style and brown eyes with pale skin. He wore a grey suit. Nishijima.
"We couldn't find anything else on the body, sir," he said.
"May I try inspecting it?" I asked.
Kurusu examined me with a critical gaze before saying "Sure. Let's see if you've got what it takes to be a detective."
As he led me to the room, he relayed information about the case to me. There have apparently been a series of murders recently in which the killer slits the throat, wrists and the back of the ankles of the victim. Then they leave the victim to die of blood loss before leaving their carcasses in a random alley. There wasn't any connection between the victims that they could find.
Kurusu, Nishijima and I all put on latex gloves and surgeon masks before entering. Lying on the table, covered by a white blanket, was a young woman of at least 23 years of age.
"She didn't ingest any poisons?" I asked as I moved the blanket, exposing her face and neck.
"Her stomach is completely empty and her blood was tested for poison," Kurusu said, "Nothing."
I examined the rather ugly cut on her neck and noticed something. I picked up a pair of forceps and pulled something out of the cut. "You missed this."
"What is that?" he asked.
"A broken fingernail if I had to guess," I said, "It looks real, and the length, as well as the slight bit of red nail polish suggests the killed is female. Perhaps she broke it while slitting the throat. It was buried rather deep in the skin, which explains why it was missed in the examination.
I moved some of the cloth from the wrist and picked up with the forceps a lock of blonde hair. "This hair blended with the skin, though I'm surprised it was missed. I figured it would've been discovered." I glanced at Kurusu, who looked at Nishijima, who shrugged.
"I'll talk to the woman who did the examination of the body."
"A simple mistake," I said, "All humans make mistakes."
I followed Kurusu out and removed the mask and gloves, disposing of them in a waste bin. Kurusu asked me, "So why'd you come to the station? I'm pretty sure it wasn't for something like that."
I nodded. "You're right." I pulled the baggie out of my pocket. "I need to analyze this."
"What is it?" he asked.
"I'm not sure myself," I said, "I found it implanted on a friend of mine. I believe it contains some kind of poison, but whoever implanted it added artificial scents to cover up the scent of the poison."
"Come with me." I followed him up some stairs and through several hallways to a door. He opened it and said "I'll come back in 20 minutes." Then he left and I entered, closing the door behind myself, darkness filling my vision.
Chome: Je vois. Eh bien, c'est logique. :) en tout cas, Merci ! Je suis content que vous l'aimez. Google n'est pas le traducteur plus efficace, mais au moins vous avez l'idée principale de l'histoire, à droite ? et c'est AkisexYukiteru, alors encore mieux, non ?
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