Yandere!Len X Reader Ficlet - Hide and Seek"3...2...1... Ready or not! Here I come, Onee-chan!" The blonde boy shouted, his voice ringing through the house.
You pulled the doors of the cupboard shut, staying as quiet as possible. You tried your hardest not to giggle as the five year old passed your hiding spot repeatedly. Your small body fit perfectly between the clothes, making you almost invisible even if he opened at the doors.
Hide and Seek was one of your favourite games. You begged Len to play with you repeatedly. You liked being able to fit into small spaces and being hidden from sight. I made you feel safe and warm. These little nooks were your sanctuary. You were at home in the dark and didn't mind sharing your hiding spot with the odd spider or must and dust.
"Come on, Nee-chan. Tell me where you are!" Len was giving up looking for you. You weren't actually his older sister, but you were close enough to be part of the Kagamine family. You were also only a month older. It was funny how you were closer to Len than Rin.
Through The Witch's Eyes: Hungrige PumpeANCIENT SEA THE COLONY CLIQUE
Achieving friendship is best done at the beach. We
swim and splash all day in the shimmering sea. We
all enjoy our personal kingdom in all its shine. We
swirl around the towering tori standing in the sea. We
adore adding blooming fish-scales to our dress, and we
sunbathe from time to time on the ocean surface. We
are not lonely at all. We do everything together. We
support ourselves no matter what. One time, we
accidently snagged our tentacle on the beach coral, but we
shed the pain off and it didn't come back. We
always stay happy no matter what appears in front of us. We
sanctified our bond the day we were born. We
attack loneliness with terrible stings! We are never alone.
She splits herself in tiny shapes
from loneliness she acts she escapes
But all these shapes still share her name
and she is
AustriaxDream!Reader: The Second Alice
Buzzing your lips together you watched as Ivan cried. Looking about you smiled, at least you weren’t in darkness anymore. Sighing you looked toward a sobbing Ivan. “Oh shuddap, I’m not going to let you out and cause more chaos.”
“Please I promise I-.”
You looked to the sky. It had started to turn dark, “W-what’s going on?”
“I thought you knew everything,” Ivan sneered.
You got up and ran to the village. Dead bodies were being replaced with blackness, you then realized what was happening. Ivan was no longer the dreamer, and your world was starting to disappear. Soon you would be surrounded by blackness again. And Ivan would cease to exist as well, he would die along with the world he had created.
“No!” you shouted stomping your foot. “No! No! No! This isn’t fair!” You continued to throw your temper tantrum until a new thought occurred to you. For a dream to continue, it must have a drea