Trapped in a Dark Place"Can you hear me Serah?"
"Where are you?"
"There's all but darkness and I just can't find you."
"Snow?"said a small, feint voice.
"Serah! Are you okay?" Snow replied with relief.
"Yes, I think so. I hit my head really hard and I see a small light above me," said Serah.
"Thank God you're okay. I'm coming to get you. I think if I just step out here I'll be able t-, ah crap!" Snow said as he stumbled.
"Snow, are you okay?" Serah said as she slowly got up from the cold floor.
"Ah, yeah, I just tripped over a rock or something. I'll be fine. I think I can see that light you were talking about," Snow replied.
Snow had his hands reached out in front of him just in case he tripped over again. He suddenly felt soft, and very cold hair. He knew it was his Serah.
"Serah, I got you. I'm so sorry that we got split up, but I will never let that happen again. I love you," Snow kissed her head.
"Um, Snow?" Serah replied in a skeptical voice.
"Yes my love?" said Snow.
"I'm over here, so if you thought
Cloud's DespairWhat happened to me? I used to smile...I used to feel the sun on my face when I would walk outside. Now, I feel nothing. Where did I go wrong? I mean, I know I've been through a lot, and people haven't always treated me great, but I didn't think it would ever get to me the way it has. Sometimes I just go for long walks and cry as I think about my life and who and what I've lost. The most precious thing that I ever had was just taken away from me. And sometimes I think, why did she leave me? She said that no matter what, I would always be able to hold her, to talk to her, but where is she now? She's no where to be found.
I feel so screwed up inside, like nothing even matters anymore. I don't eat, I barely sleep and when I do I'm woken up by nightmares that I just can't escape. I just see her face, that cold, white expression that gives me chills down my spine. I could tell that she felt pain and there was nothing that I could do. Why didn't I stop him? Why didn't I stop him 5 years ago?
TogetherAnd there she was, sitting alone, watching the sun go down. It was a cold night in the Zanarkand Ruins, where Yuna spent most of her time these days. It's been 3 years since she lost her beloved, and the only place she could get even the smallest of comfort was in the ruins.
"I remember when we sat here that night. You were so nervous, so scared about the future. You told me that you were so scared to lose me, but I told you that there was no way that that could ever happen.", Yuna thought to herself.
"I miss you Tidus. You were all I had left, but now you're not here, and I don't know if I can handle life on my own."
The Next Day.
"Hey Yunie! Wake up!", said a loud, screechy voice. "It's time to get up, we have SO much to do!"
"Good morning Rikku, glad to see your bright and cheerful face," said Yuna.
"Good morning? It's 12 in the afternoon, silly!" said Rikku.
"12 o'clock? Oh no! I was supposed to be at the Ruins 4 hours ago!" Yuna said as she quickly jumped out of bed, "I go there e
Yuna's Diary Chapter OneWhen I was young, I dreamed of being a High Summoner. I spent my whole life learning how to defeat Sin, and I think I finally want to tell you all about it.
When I was 11, my mother fell deathly ill and my father was a workaholic. I knew that I didn't have much time left with my mother, so I spent everyday just sitting next to her bed, until the day she passed on. My father loved my mother, but he became so consumed with his work, that he almost forgot that he had a family. The last thing my mother said to me was, "Just know that I love you my darling daughter, and please tell your father that I'll see him in another life." By that time, I was 13 and I spent most of my days alone, just imagining how it would feel to be a High Summoner one day. My father was High Summoner and he always told me that to be a High Summoner, I must focus on that and that alone. To have my mind set on it, to finish my Pilgrimage once I have started, because if I lose passion for it, then it will all have bee
Almost Perfect"Tidus?" , said a quiet, sweet female voice.
"Yes, my love?", Tidus replied.
"I can't believe we're married now. I've waited my whole life for this, for you.", the woman said.
"I know exactly what you mean, Yuna. The day we met was the best of my life. I knew the moment I saw you, that I would be with you forever.", Tidus said to his wife.
Yuna smiled and gave Tidus a hug while they were looking out into the ocean at Besaid.
"Do you think that we should have told everyone that we got married? I mean, we just took off without saying a thing...I know Wakka and Lulu would probably be upset if they knew that we didn't tell them.", Tidus said.
"Well, I guess you're right, they would be pretty upset, but this is how we wanted to get married. We wanted it to be a secret, only one that we knew about. I don't see anything wrong with that. Do you sweetheart?", Yuna replied.
"Of course I don't see anything wrong with us getting married in secret, but I do feel a bit guilty for not telling our fri
The Day They MetShe was on her knees digging dirt from the ground, planting small seeds and sprinkling water on top. A small amount of dirt blew up into her eyes as the wind came through the stain glassed window. She rubbed her eyes, which only made the pain worse. She poured water into her hand from her watering can, and tried washing out the dirt before it would get infected. The pain lessened and so, she continued to plant her seeds. Minutes later there was a crash behind her and she jumped up from her kneeling position to turn around and see a pile of plaster and wood that fell from the ceiling. She looked up and saw a man sized hole in the ceiling of the church. She was shocked as she ran to the pile and started dragging away the debris to uncover a young man covered in scratches. She held his face and tried to wake him.
"Hello? Can you hear me?" she said as she held this man's face. "You came from the sky it seems, and fell straight into my flower beds. Can you hear me?" she asked.
The young man