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Cherry coloured mist

By KiwiiWorld

Drama / Romance

The story continues

Nagisa woke up in her bed at St.Miator. 

She rubbed her sleepy eyes. 
Her alarm had gone off and it was time to go to school as usual. 

She looked over to Tamao's bed, but she wasn't there.

She had probably gotten up allready. 

Nagisa let out a big sigh. 

After she had desided to not become the Etoile, and ran away with Shizuma who suddenly confessed her love for her, Tamao had been ignoring Nagisa more and more. 

"I wonder why she hates me so..."

Nagisa walked slowly into the bathroom. 

Nagisa brushed her red hair as she looked into the mirror. 

A knock were heared outside her door.

"Nagisa dear, are you awake?" 

It was Shizuma who were knocking at her door, and Nagisa happy opened the door.

Shizuma jumped into little Nagisa's arms and brushed some of her hair away from her face.

"My dear, dear Nagisa, it pains me that we cannot live in the same room" Shizuma's voice were soft and gentle, just like an angel's voice. 

Nagisa closed her eyes and held Shizuma tight.

Shizuma and Nagisa went to the little church together, and on their way there Nagisa stopped for a minute. 

"Shizuma, I am worried about Tamao san, she hasn't spoken much to me after the Etoile selection" 

Nagisa looked sad and worried down at her feet.

Shizuma went to Nagisa and held her head up gently, looked into her eyes and slowly planted a kiss on Nagisa's forhead.

"Have you tried to ask her why she is ignoring you?" Shizuma asked.

Nagisa nodded slowly. 

"All she said was that she needed some time to think"

Shizuma suddenly looked a little bothered.

"Nagisa, I don't think you should worry so much, if she is your bestfriend she should be happy for you, right?"

Nagisa thought for a minute.

"Yes but-"

Shizuma interrupted her.

"But she isn't, that's not very nice of her, you should stop thinking of that Tamao girl, and instead think of your future"

Shizuma looked serious into Nagisa's eyes.

Nagisa didn't reply instead she kept looking down as they continued to walk to the church. 

Inside the little church lot's of girls from the three schools were allready doing their morning prayers before heading to school. 

There were girls from St.Miator, Le.Rims and St.Spica.

"Nagisa chan" 

A girls voice was heared. 

Nagisa turned around and saw three little girls in pink checkered uniforms.

"Kizuna, Remon chan, Kagome!" Nagisa ran over to the three little girls.

They were all friend of Nagisa, and despite being a few years younger, the four of them were really good friends. 

Kizuna, Remon and Kagome often attended Nagisa's secret tea parties, or they used to, but after Tamao started ignoring her, there had been fewer and fewer tea parties.

"Nagisa Senpai how are you doing?"
The youngest girl Kagome, who were allways carrying her teddy bear with her asked with a low and soft voice.

Nagisa smiled and replied that she were having a great time, but she were worried about Tamao. 

Kizuna giggled.

"Why don't we throw a tea party for Tamao senpai?" she said all pumped up. 

Shizuma came to them.

"Whats going on here"

"S-Shizuma oneesama!" 

The three girls practically bowing down for her. 
"We wanted to throw a tea party for Tamao" Nagisa said.

Shizuma looked serious at the three girls. 

"I don't think so" She said strict. 

Nagisa looked sad down. 

Shizuma took her hand.

"Come on Nagisa, we'll be late for school" 
Shizuma walked out from the church leaving the three girls staring after the two of them. 

"I guess she isn't to pleased with how close Tamao and Nagisa were before" Remon said.

"Well it looked like Shizuma felt like she had gained something after the Etoile election, the way she smiled at Tamao before she grabbed Nagisa's hand and ran off, leaving Tamao at the altar alone.." Kizuna said a bit annoyed. 

"What do you think Percival?" Kagome spoke slowly to her teddybear. 

Percival looked into Kagome's eyes with his black teddybear eyes. 

"I think your right" Kagome replied to Percival.

"Wait, the teddybear can talk?" Kizuma asked in amazement.


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