I sense there’s something in the wind
That feels like tragedy’s at hand
And though I’d like to stand by him
Can’t shake this feeling that I have
The worst is just around the bend
Leo followed, pulling the door closed with his foot and then scanned the roses and various flowers, as well as the large fountain in the middle of the courtyard. The stoned floor was covered in brown and orange leaves, clearly the gardeners hadn’t come by to do their work today. Leo shrugged it off, preferring the colourful look, and walked over to one of the stone benches to read.
Red strolled around the garden happy, a small blush appeared. That normally happened when she was this happy about something. “It’s so beautiful…” she said as she walked over to the rose bushes. All of them were red, some white, and maybe a pink one every once in a while. It brought back memories of the old garden her mother had possessed, one of her greatest treasures. There, they had all different colored roses and other flowers as well. She missed it, but this was good enough for her.
Gilbert gulped, “I-I know, Clara. It will be all over soon. Just be patient for once.” He joked lightly as he pushed into his apartment, ignoring the looks of surprise he received from the group.
He laid her down on the bed in a hurry and, after telling everyone to calm down (like he could talk), started to care for her wound. “It’s going to hurt more. Okay? Just, stay awake. Please.” He persuaded her as he dressed her wound. “Why don’t you tell me about your happiest memory?”
Clara managed to keep her eyes open, “my happiest memory…?” She asked herself as she continued to look at the ceiling. The pain was too much to bare but at least he was trying to distract her. “When we met again…” She started off with before flinching at the pain. “And walked through the town…. then got Oz back with Alice too… these are my happiest memories Gil…I don’t want to lose them…”
Some people just hide it better than others.
You gladly gave me everything you had and more
You craved my happiness
When you made me feel joy it made you smile
"Lacie, back then I didn’t even know the name of the person who gave me life. I want to show you how grateful I am even though my words can’t reach you anymore."
Protective big sister.