Kiss The Girl - SongficThere you see her,
Sitting there across the way.
She dont got a lot to say, but theres something about her
And you dont know why,
But youre dying to try.
You wanna kiss the girl.
Fakir found himself staring at Ahiru while she stared off at the lake they were sitting beside, and he thanked his lucky stars once again for his power, the power that had helped him turn her human again. She sighed, her small chest rising and falling with the breath, fluttering the loose fabric of her flowery summer dress, and something in the way she watched the water made him look away from her for a moment, and follow her gaze out across the sunny and clear lake.
It was the same lake she used to swim in when she had been only a duck, and Fakir found himself smiling at the thought of the little yellow duck she had been, and then felt his cheeks go hot as his mind wandered to the time he had found out she was a duck. He idly wondered if it was then hed fallen in lov
I'll See You In My DreamsSo it is true! Pike exclaimed into Ahirus ear.
No it isnt! she protested automatically, What is?
Lilie laughed. She means that youre really a member of the Fakir faction now, she explained.
Yeah, Pike confirmed, We saw you staring at him just now.
Ststaring? I waI wasnt staring!
Lilie promptly grabbed her arm and twisted it painfully, drawing squeaks of pain from Ahiru, Oh, that's so CUTE!! She's so determined to hide it, even from herself, it's causing her physical pain!
Actually, that's your fault, Pike countered calmly, and Lilie let go in surprise.
Ahiru let them bicker and turned back to her stretching, picking up her train of thought where she had last attended to it.
She had been thinking about a recurring dream. Shed had it every night for the past week and a half. It featured Fakir prominently, which was why shed been stari
Fakiru Schizo Radio ChallengeTHE SCHIZO RADIO CHALLENGE
1. Put your mp3 player on shuffle.
2. Click next for the first challenge.
3. Write a drabble of a pairing that suits the song title.
4. You can only write the drabble until the song ends. When the song stops and changes to next song, you must stop writing and write another drabble that suits the new song.
5. Do this for 6 songs, and good luck.
1. Everytime We Touch - Cascada
Fakir shifted in his sleep next to her. Duck didnt mind. She was already awake. She simply shifted a little herself, yellow feathers fluffing a bit.
She sighed. If only she were a human, she could do something to help Fakir.
He seemed more and more restless each day, and he had been having nightmares lately. He would mutter something in his sleep, and sometimes she would hear a name. Hers. But she was just a Duck. And she couldnt leave him.
She had finally admitted to herself that she loved him. She wanted so much to be human. She wanted t
Tell the Truth - Part 3Ahiru watched as the ravens kept coming at him and she screamed at every swing of his sword.
Fakir! she called over and over until her voice was hoarse, but he never seemed to hear her.
Its no use, little duck Drosselmeyers voice came from behind her, and she turned around to have a blanket thrown in her face, made of the same material as the cushions she sat on.
She wrapped it around her and faced Drosselmeyer.
Why cant he hear me? she asked, scared and confused, but not quite angry.
He cant hear you because he doesnt want to. He is fighting for his life. You dont matter anymore.
That cant be true she protested weakly. It made sense, though Why would anyone want to spend their life taking care of a duck ? But it felt all wrong. It felt like maybe just maybe he loved her, too.
It was just in the way he held her, and spoke to her, and cared for h
Tell the Truth - Part 2Fakir was breathing hard, tears running down his face, hardly knowing when the constant scream had turned to sobbing and hardly watching where he was going.
He almost ran into the thick wooden door which blocked his path, and even so, when he saw that it had no handle he fell against it and pounded, sobbing himself.
Ahiru! he yelled hoarsely, banging his fist on the door, Ahiru!
He slid down to the ground, his breath coming shallow and his heart breaking.
The voice was soft and light, even motherly, and he had heard it before.
He looked up in surprise.
It was Edel, the puppet who had burned herself to keep him warm.
She smiled down at him.
Where is Ahiru? he pleaded, I need to know. How can I find her?
His voice was shaken and cracked, but Edel seemed to understand him, for she nodded.
Are you sure you want to find her?
Do you really love her that much?
Tell the Truth - Part 1A small yellow duck hopped out of the water and onto the shoulder of a dark-haired boy, who was currently staring off into the abyss.
He jumped when she did, and tried to hide a blush. It was almost sunset. They would be returning to their little cabin on the side of the lake soon.
Ahiru jumped down again, this time landing on the dock, and looked up at him expectantly.
For a moment, all Fakir could do was stare at her. She was so small and fragile, and yet somehow she was the strongest person he knew. Yes, he still thought of her as the human she had been. Sometimes he could even see Ahiru out of the corner of his eye, in something that the little duck in front of him did. Just an expression, or a movement. It was enough to make his heart stop, and make the disappointment when he realized the impossibility of this nearly unbearable, no matter how many times he told himself it had been foolish to hope in the first place.
But a promise was a promise. They needed to stay who, and what, t