Runaways preludeDarkness. That's what everything was at the moment. Not to mention the cold, sinking feeling. And the burning feeling. And the piercing feeling. Actually... scratch that, darkness wasn't everything. There was also unimaginable, burning, piercing pain in my whole body. But I could neither move nor do anything about the pain. Not even control my eyes. It was a complete nightmare.Runaways prelude by mugiwaragrl
I remember the coldness suddenly disappearing, and being carried easily by large arms. It hurt incredibly, being moved around like that, but I could't say it was intentional. Much later, voices - strange ones, mind you - all around me. Then being released on a soft surface, then sheets. The pain wasn't gone yet. Hands and bandages, various substances that made my skin burn more for a bit, the occasional pinch of a needle. The pain subsided with time.
And the bed was practically everything for the next few days... weeks... months maybe. Who knew? Time was agonizingly slow without having much to do but b
From the Depths (SaboxAce Oneshot)From the Depths (SaboxAce Oneshot) by NatsuhiaUrOrA
He felt like he was falling through the ocean.
It was very different from the searing pain that had overwhelmed his senses only moments before. He had a vague memory of smiling through his tears before finally letting go, and now he felt as though he were surrounded by them.
The sensation of sinking had made him reopen his eyes, and he was amazed that he was no longer in the middle of a battlefield, but in a vast sea. A sea so blue it could put any tropical paradise to shame. If he looked beyond the surface, he could see clouds nestled in a cerulean sea of their own.
He vaguely recognized the fact that he was no longer wounded. The only thing he could feel now was the water that slipped past him as he sank further. A hand reached toward the surface of the numbing ocean and he realized it was his own; as if trying to grasp for something solid, something familiar.
"Is this death?" he wondered as he gazed toward the sky.
A sense of loss and longing overtook him as he came to terms with hi
Brothers1: Still AliveBrothers1: Still Alive by EllenxMat
He saw him out of the corner of his eyes. The little brother long since lost to him, running and laughing with his friends.
Luffy and the rest had docked at a small island that was famous for giving everyone, even pirates a good time.
"Come on guys! I wanna try the buffet!"
Monkey D. Luffy was walking fast then the rest of the crew but he stayed with them.
"Luffy we have to decide on what we are going to do first!"
The orange haired navigator Nami said sighing, but smiling. Luffy had been like this from the day she met him. Impulsive and hungry.
"Yeah Luffy, I for one want to go to the book store and look at the medical books!"
The ships reindeer doctor said.
"I would have to agree with Chopper on this Luffy."
Robin said earning a huge smile from the doctor.
"Well I want to go to the spas! I hear they are the best in the Grand Line! And then I want to shop!"
"I will go where ever you wish me to go Nami!"
Sanji called, already holding shopping bags that Nami and Robin had colle
OP: The Island of the White SoilThey had named it the island of the White Soil. Now with one hand protectively shielding her eyes she could see why it was called this. And she could also see why, in the middle of nothing but blinding heat and sharp crystals, the army of the revolutionary was in no fear of the world government. She'd always thought the Arabastarn desert was dangerous. But Bartigo was a downright suicidal place to live in.OP: The Island of the White Soil by KuraiOfAnagura
Nico Robin turned her back to the sharp winds and the burning sun and walked back into the cool and dark interior of the rough stone castle that is now the headquarters of the world's most wanted criminals.
She smiles slightly at the thought of this. Yes, she definitely felt fitting in here.
Slowly, as her eyes start to adjust to the shadowy surroundings, she walked over to the desk she'd been working on earlier, a cup of dark coffee already fresh on the side. They never failed to spoil her.
The few times she'd spoken to Dragon had always pointed the difference between father and son
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