Post by Lauriam on Aug 31, 2019 14:59:31 GMT -5
The streets were filled with music, laughter and happiness. It was a festival for the princess that returned after so many years of being lost. The whole city of Corona was covered in beautiful flowers, some lanterns hanging around to lighten the streets for the coming night with beautiful motives on them. The people had no worries this day, enjoying and celebrating all together. Lauriam sat close to the water, watching the sun set in the horizon. It was a quieter spot. He couldn't be part of this celebration, in his opinion. He had almost get the princess killed when he was still a nobody and it was a burden. He had jumped through worlds, when he accidentally ended up here. Of course he wanted to leave immediately and continue his journey, but he found himself unable to.. not before he checked on the city and the princess. His actions in this world had caused a panic and he just wanted to make sure everything was okey now. Of course, the heartless were still a problem, but his nobodies no longer lurked on this star. It was better than nothing.
Lauriam had also thought about apologizing to the princess about his actions, but if he revealed himself to her, it most likely wouldn't end well for him or the guards nearby.
He held a flower in his hand, carefully twisting it between his fingers and rotating it gently. Sitting close to the water and watching the sun set also made him remember his home. He missed it.. he really did. But he knew it didn't exist anymore, most likely. It's been such a long time, after all.
Elrena must be out there. Skuld I found... but what about other survivors? I found no sign of Ventus. I last saw him at the graveyard, but he must have gone back to his new family. Looking for him without any point to start sounds really stupid to me, but have to start somewhere!
Moving his free hand to his face, he would move a few strands of the pink hair out of his sight.
“The loneliness was easier to deal with, without a heart.. what am I doing?”, he murmured to himself quietly.