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SESTGTMOYD Chapt. 14: FinallyThursday EveningSESTGTMOYD Chapt. 14: Finally by bloodynightstalker
"Father? Rago?" Gingka asked peeping from behind the wall that separated the living room from the dining. Sitting at the table was his father, Rago was on the couch in the other room.
"Father?" He asked again getting the male's attention. "Oh Gingka, my son. Where is Dynamis?" The orangette gave a reassuring smile before walking over to his father.
"He's up stairs in his room resting. But, I'm worried about him."
"What do you mean?" The red head asked, Gingka sat down beside him and made eye contact.
"When I asked him if he was hurt any where else he..." He bit his lip as Dynamis' broken hearted face regressed in his mind. "He put his hand over his heart and said 'here'! He's broken hearted father, we need to get them to talk and make up."
Ryo's eyes narrowed. " 'Them'?" He asked, his tone dark. Gingka crossed his arms. "Rago and Dynamis! That's who! They need to make up!"
"NO!" The older man hissed coldly. "I forbid it! He will only hurt Dynamis m
SESTGTMOYD Chapt.13: Unlucky Number 13Thursday EveningSESTGTMOYD Chapt.13: Unlucky Number 13 by bloodynightstalker
Ryo paced the length of the room, his hands held behind his back.
'Where are they!?'
"Father?" Gingka asked, confusion and worry clear on his feature. "What are you doing? And, where's Dynamis? Shouldn't he be back already?" the look on his father's face asked the same question. "I'm pacing son and, no. He hasn't come back yet. I'm worried that this is Rago's doing..." At that statement there was a loud bang at the door.
"Hey!" A deep and very known voice hollered from the other side of the door. "Open the damned door!"
Rushing over to the door Gingka took and turned the door knob to have Rago barge in, a dazed and slightly sniffling Dynamis resting in his arms. "What in the hell happened!?" was all that the father could say at the site of the now black bruises. "Who did this!?" The same rage that Rago had possessed earlier now clouded the man's hazel eyes making them almost red.
"About that..." He looked away, too ashamed to meet the other's