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A Change of Heart - Yaoi By Lady Lilium Characters: 5142

Updated: 2018-07-10 19:02


Why don't you come home and show us your new hairstyle? I'm sure it would surprise us…or not, I think no matter how crazy it is we'd be used to it. You are so funny after all.

Its mum's birthday soon, and we would like to see you and have the family together for it.

PLEASE come home, we don't care what's going on, we just miss you and want to see you.

We hope your last test went well and the results were better.

Please write to us back, at least once. Please.

We all love and miss you very much, and hope you are getting better (please tell us what's going on, I know you don't want to worry us but we are worrying more by not knowing)

Please contact us, even if it's just a letter, even if it's just a few words. We all get excited when the postman comes by in case there is anything from you. Stop being so stubborn and write to us, or even better, call, or even better still, you could actually come and visit us. It's not like you go to school properly or anything. Surprise us. You know where we live, or have you forgotten?

I don't care what your stupid reasons are, we all love you, and I will tell you so in every letter.

Mum and dad are telling me to write saying that they love you and miss you and want to see you. We all miss you very much, no matter what we want to see you.

Take it easy, and keep smiling

And please write back, I'm getting tired of being disappointed every morning when there is no letter. I know its obsessive, but I sit by the door every morning and wait in case there is anything from you.

(I do wish you would stop being so stubborn. It's really annoying)

Lots and lots of love

Xxxxxx Elaine, mum and dad xxxxxxx

(PS write to us or visit xxx)

(PPS we all miss you)

(PPS stop being a stubborn ass xxx)

Ken blinked slowly, reading again the part of the letter that worried him the most

We hope your last test went well and the results were better.

Please write to us back, at least once. Please.

We all love and miss you very much, and hope you are getting better (please tell us what's going on, I know you don't want to worry us but we are worrying more by not knowing)

Results were better…?

Ken glanced up, furrowing his brow.

What the hell is going on? What hasn't he told me?

And then he looked at the date on the letter, realising with shock that it was dated four years ago.

…Mustang…

He glanced at the address.

51 farefield lane

Doven Gates

Cansted

Ken folded the letter up, putting it in his pocket, strengthening his resolve.

He wo

uld go to find Mustang himself.

He searched the apartment until he found a small wheelie suitcase, faded and dusty. Putting all of his meagre belongings inside and closing it, he took the money, heading to the door of the apartment.

He paused on the threshold, standing with his hand on the doorknob and staring back into the apartment.

Ken didn't know why, but he had the feeling he would not be returning.

He bowed his head, closing the door slowly and leaving the complex, he made his way to the train station.

Chapter Twenty Two

The town he came to was beautiful. Ken watched the scenery pass him through the window on the train, pressing his forehead against the glass, his eyes glazed over as he saw the world go by. He couldn't stop thinking about Mustang.

…I hope he's alright…

It was many hours later when the train reached the station. Ken felt a twinge of nervousness in his stomach, clenching his fists and rubbing his palms on his jeans. He sat up, glancing about at the other people around him, the compartment was nearly empty. Ken grabbed his bags, leaving the train quickly and stepping out onto the platform.

He turned, facing one way as the wind blew his hair back. Around him on the platform people wandered to and fro, Ken saw a family moving away together, couples here and there, single people like him, young students, older people, a man sitting on a bench with a scruffy dog by his side.

Ken faced ahead, walking forwards, pulling with him the wheelie suitcase, which contained everything he owned.

He left the station, stepping out onto the street beyond, feeling lost and alone.

For many minutes he stood there, wondering what to do and where to go, he listened to the noise around him, the people, the traffic, he decided to ask a stranger.

'Excuse me' he said to a woman who was walking by him.

'Yes?' she asked him briskly.

'Is there a graveyard in this town?'

'What?' the woman frowned. 'Yeah, there's just one, it's on the other side of town, you might need to catch a bus.'

'Can you give me directions please?' Ken asked.

Ken hastily wrote these down, thanking her before the two went their separate ways.

He found the bus stop and waited. He waited, unable to shake the feeling of nervousness and uncertainty that had gripped his heart.

It felt like ages before the bus arrived, but at long last he saw the right one coming his way as he waited at the stop, seeing the number displayed at the front alongside the destination. He consulted his note before looking up again.

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