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Sitting on the guardrail, she remembers the one time she had seen his peaceful face.
Once, when Hollow activity was low, he had gone to the library to look up about soccer.
When Momo confessed to him, he knew that a long time ago he would have jumped for joybut now, he had someone else.
Watching her attempt to cook like her sister before he asked her to marry him, he knew he loved her more than ever.
He never cried, but when he heard that she had been killed by a Hollow wound, he cried so long and so hard, after his death you could still hear the sobs in the Tenth Division.
Whenever her friends joked about shinigami and how cool itd be to meet one in person, she laughed insidebecause she knew a multitude of them.
He never understood why she loved Harry Potter so muchshe told him it was because he was just like Harry.
Whenever he goes on missions, she worries shell never
what love is not.it was a s l o p p y first kiss where
my drunk lips fumbled against yours.
the dull thwack of my heart,
locked behind curved ribs
cleared my groggy brain,
clouded with lustful premonitions.
it was an e l e c t r i f y i n g first kiss where
you entwined your hands in my hair.
your mouth encompassed mine and
my breath became lost in the steady
of your chest.
it was a s h y first kiss where
i pulled away before you could explore.
your tongue grazed my teeth,
searching for a way past the ivory gates.
i dug my finger into the stubble along your jaw,
my nail lulling your carnal desires.
it was my first kiss with you.
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