Topics: Left-handedness, Christmas, Debut albums Pages: 3 (1278 words) Published: December 10, 2014
I was aboard on an airship, staring out in the window when I got a glimpse of you. At that mere second, I never knew that the word “perfect” really exists. You were there, sitting, fingers lazily stroking the spine of the book. But what captivated me the most were those hazel orbs staring intently at the leaf as if it was the most dazzling thing ever. How I wish I was that book. I was aboard on an airship, eyes skimming over the words neatly imprinted in the book. One would get the idea that I was seriously reading the said book. But my mind was drifting over a boy, sitting meters away from me. He looks so handsome. Do I have a chance with him? At that fateful meeting, one’s destiny was changed. The once hearts became a heart as the beating synchronized with the other. And soon enough, they will realize that for a wish to become true, someone else in the world will end up losing it, too.

The snow painted the lively streets of Shibuya, Tokyo as couples, hand in hand, pass the humungous Christmas tree displayed in the center. No single person was left unaccompanied except for a girl, standing 5’4 feet tall. Her hair was put up in a very neat bun. A few strands were left hanging, complimenting her face. Her petite body was clad in a very simple pink dress with laces at the bottom. No one would’ve been brave enough to go out alone in the couple-filled streets of Japan during Christmas. But it seems like fate had a different plan, for a man, waving his mitten-covered hands, approached the said girl. “Took you long enough to prepare! Are you a girl or something?” No one would’ve expected the girl, Lucy Heartfilia, to be a princess because of her humble aura. Beside her, Natsu Dragneel, smiled sheepishly as if he didn’t mind getting scolded by the said girl at all. Lucy just gave out a sigh as she handed a neatly wrapped gift towards Natsu. “Merry Christmas!” Lucy’s warm smile was enough to complete Natsu’s Christmas. Surely, he wouldn’t ask for more....
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