The Prime Dimension

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Re: The Prime Dimension

Post by Danry on Wed Jun 28, 2017 2:45 pm

"Hm.. I did not." Roan mused, a half smile on her lips. "You must have great knowledge of magic if you've read all but a few of the books." Michael did not say there was only a couple of books he had not read, he even made it seem as if there were quite a few he hadn't, but Roan knew better. How? That was a secret she'd never tell. "Most of my time, as much as I'd like to spend curled up with a book, is spent on other things. Half dreams that will never come. Maybe I should be more like you~"

Moving around him, she headed deeper into the stacks, headed towards the windows, where she could see the rose garden she had worked hard to keep to perfection. "You were watching me yesterday. Working in my garden. Why?" Leaning against the windowsill she regarded the Keeper with a raised eyebrow. She had asked him that when he was in her home, but he hadn't answered, and she was a curious creature. "Surely you had a good reason, as you made it quite clear you didn't like me much." Her smile widened.

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Re: The Prime Dimension

Post by Machine Man on Mon Jul 03, 2017 12:24 pm

"Oh you don't want to be like me. Trust me." Michael spent a significant portion of his day looking over his shoulder and just trying to stay busy enough to keep his painful memories buried deeply enough to never see daylight. "You get to go out and have fun. But I spend all my time here."

Michael turned away from the stacks and headed back toward his desk. He sat himself down on the corner and began to idly peruse the papers still sitting on its surface. He was nervous, and when he was nervous he fidgeted... a lot. Once he'd thumbed through all the sheets, he started to reorganize his desk. Not that there was anything wrong with it from the beginning, but it kept his hands moving.

Michael was snapped back to reality when Roan asked why he'd been watching her. He had successfully avoided answering it earlier, but it seemed she was far too stubborn to let it go. "You... remind me of someone. That's all. I wanted to see what you were like when we were not in the same room together. So many two-sided people out there..."

For a moment, Michael's heart seemed to beat much faster than normal. What if she took offense to what he'd said? What if she agreed? Michael hated variables, this one more than any others.

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