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Starry Nights and Lying Lores

By Sherri3555


Chapter 1

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Asuhi ran towards the practice room.

"Ooh! Akama-senpai will be so mad if I'm late! Eh!"

Asuhi suddenly tripped and landed on someone, knocking both of them to the floor. Asuhi rubbed the back of his neck in pain. "Oww."

Asuhi jolted up to his knee and bowed. "Ah, sorry, sorry, sorry!"

"Ah, Asuhi-kun! It's alright!"

Asuhi looked up to see the pink-haired girl. Eruna smiled at him and got up. "Eh, Asuhi-kun? How do I look? I'm gonna see After-School Six for practice."

Asuhi smiled back. "So am I! I'm gonna see Akama-senpai."

"Oi! Ichinomiya-chan, Asuhi! You gonna chat or train?"

Asuhi and Eruna turned to see the Drama club. Asuhi noticed that Yuto was waving and blushed. For a long time, Asuhi noticed Yuto more and more often then usual. The way Yuto fought, spoke and did little gestures. Asuhi even blushed whenever he came into physical contact with him. To make it worse, Yuto doesnt't seem to notice at all. It was as if they were still . . . well, just friends.

Asuhi didn't noticed that the Drama club walked over and Yuto wrapped arms around Asuhi's neck. "Oi, Asuhi? You feeling fine? You seem red." Yuto's left hand pressed against Asuhi's forehead. "You seem a little warm."

Not only did Asuhi turned even more red, but he shivered as Yuto whispered something in his ear.

"Izumi-san, meet me in the practice room tomorrow night. 'Kay?"

'W-what? Why w-would he-?' Asuhi's heart beated faster and faster by the second. There was no way Asuhi could bare being in the same room as Yuto, especially not alone!

Asuhi unconsiouslly nodded and joined the other's conversation, mostly just nodding along.

Asuhi could not believe it. He was alone in his room, looking at his reflection in a long, slim mirror.

"Eh, Asuhi-san? You're still awake?"

Asuhi turned around to see Rikamu, a 2 year member of the Astronomy club.

She had short, raven black hair in a small ponytail. Her eyes resemble Yuto's, making Asuhi bite his lips. She wore the normal uniform, but with white and blue instead of black and pink.

"Asuhi-san, you should sleep! Don't you have a practice battle with me tomorrow?"

Asuhi nodded. "Yeah. I guess so. Goodnight Rikamu-chan."


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