The Descendants of the Void (Billy X Rylin) A/N: Hey, buddy. Sorry I never got this finished. I still have the whole thing saved, but I doubt that we'll be able to actually finish this adventure. Fun as hell, though. I'll worry about writing the rest of this up, and I'll call it quits. Here's Part 1.____________________________ Solitude. Serenity. Nothing to interfere with the silence of the night. He walks alone, to the sacred place he has kept in his heart for years, and walks the path he has locked into his mind. He kneels in front of a set of small stones, bearing the name of those he had lost. He is the only one in the entirety of the land, allowing his tears to spill over his cheeks. The man hangs his head down low, the wind taking his words with a firm grasp, lost to anyone wishing to have heard. "Mother...father," he began. "I wish I could just see you one last time..." A harsh and wheezy chuckle was h
-Untitled for Now-"Kayla, why are you dragging me to this again?""Because I thought it would be good for you to actually have some fun!" Kayla grinned.Rolling his eyes, Cameron takes a quick glance at his phone, frowning when he sees there are no new messages or calls."Is something wrong, Cameron?" She looked over at him, frowning with worry."Yeah, my mom just said that she would call to let me know when she was coming home. She's probably out drinking again."Kayla sighed softly. "Again?" She raised an eyebrow and shook her head softly.He chuckled quietly, "Yes, again. She does this every couple days. New guy, new rules. You know the drill by now, I bet." Reaching behind him to stretch out his arms, he lets out an unnatural sound and Kayla frowns."You know, that's not very attractive. No wonder why you don't have a girlfriend by now."Cameron blushes slightly and sneers, "Well you're no dick-raiser either, hon." They both laugh and enjoy a small comfortable silence between the two of them.