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How Things Shall Play Out

By Lilliabella Michelle

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This is a prophecy for Ciel that tells him of the pain he will have to endure.

How Things Shall Play Out

A/N: So, I haven't posted anything in a long while. I'm working on a book right now and school has started again. I was listening to music and this came to me. I originally was going to put it in somewhere in one of my original stories, but then I got to thinking and well, this is the result. I hope you like it.

Disclaimer: I do not Kuroshitsuji.

Be happy while you can.

Smile when given the opportunity.

Make as many memories as you can.

When the price is paid, you'll be alone.

Many will be dead.

You'll be wanted; Nothing good could happen.

Be careful with what you say and wish.

You'll definitely get what you want.

You'll end up darkened, though.

Your soul will be as black as the creature who will claim it.

May you survive. May you gain your revenge.

You will be forever cursed, but you shall live.

Ciel Phantomhive, may you survive.

Hope you enjoyed it. Please review.

~Lila Belle

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