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Anon x Cadence twincest

By OniiChansFables
Created: 21st October 2020 04:07:38 PM
Modified: 16th February 2021 06:14:02 PM

  1. >Be Anon Cadenza, twin brother of the senior class valedictorian Amore Cadenza, know as Cadence around the school.
  2. >You were the less popular than your sister by a wide margin.
  3. >Not that it mattered to either of you, she still sat and ate lunch with you, talked with you between classes and studied with you.
  4. >You're both 18, but you've done something more than the rest of your age group has done. (Which was full of prudes apparently)
  5. >You speak of consensual sex in the missionary position while holding hands and ending with a leglock.
  6. >Only one caveat.
  7. >You don't have a girlfriend or a friend with benefits. (You get a little sick at the degenerate thought)
  8. >You never had one nor do you think you ever will, not with your looks.
  9. >Your numerous sexual encounters were with your sister.
  10. >Your Valedictorian, infinitely more popular sister was the only sex you'd ever have.
  11. >At least you got laid before your friends ever did, even if you could never admit it.
  12. >Doesn't matter, had sex.
  13. >Both of you knew it was wrong, but her excuse was something about 'getting experience for Shining in a safe way.'
  14. >Cadence was very insistent, and you were too stupefied by the proposition to resist.
  15. >And that's how you fell into regularly banging your sister.
  16. >You tried to resist her advances early on but every time, Candy, as she liked to be called during and now insisted you call her in private, would somehow convince you.
  17. >Resistance was futile and eventually you just gave up.
  18. >You felt bad for NTR'ing Shining and he was a chill guy who you got along with, which only made you feel worse.
  19. >You knew it was wrong, but you couldn't bring yourself to stop.
  20. >It felt too good.
  21. >But there was something Cadence needed to know
  22. >How to break it to her you're moving out of state for college is the real question.
  23. >At any point in the past if you brought up moving away for any reason she would sperg out and then make you promise that you'd never leave her.
  24. >It was strange, but you dropped it after a few attempts in the past.
  25. >Now, with the acceptance letter in your hands, you had to tell her.
  26.  
  27. >Be at your and Cadence's graduation party.
  28. >You never liked crowds that much so you showed the bare minimum of face before dipping out.
  29. >Candy was better at socializing than you and it was her party too, besides most people present were here for her, anyway.
  30. >Your friends had their own parties with their families so they wouldn't be showing up.
  31. >Except Shining, but he wasn't exactly here to hang around with you.
  32. >He proposed to Cadence, and she gleefully accepted with a high pitched squee.
  33. >That solved the problem with a nice bow on top.
  34. >You were happy for them as was the rest of the party but you had business to attend to.
  35. >You slinked away back to your room upstairs and hopped on your PC and loaded up Dragon Age and blared some Iron Maiden into your headphones and started your night.
  36. >It was an hour and a Broodmother later before you had to leave your room again because you forgot to grab food and you needed to piss like a racehorse.
  37. >A quick peek from the staircase reveals that all but a few guests are gone.
  38. >Good.
  39. >Swipe the treasures, go back upstairs and use the upstairs bathroom.
  40. >You use your sneaking skills taught to you by Master Thief Garrett
  41. >Walk slow.
  42. >Stay out of the light.
  43. >Shoot stuff with your bow to cause a distraction.
  44. >You wrangle yourself some Cheeze-its, Zebra Cakes and few Dr. Peppers before realizing that should've relieved yourself before your heist.
  45. >Fuck.
  46. >As you stealth away, you fail to notice your twin watching your entire silent escapade.
  47.  
  48. >After pissing away what felt like a gallon, you returned to wandering around Orzammar, admiring the dwarven beauties.
  49. >Murders in the Rue Morgue had just started too.
  50. >It's nice when things line up.
  51. “Really wish you could romance a dwarf woman.” You mumbled to yourself.
  52. >Thoughts of romancing Sigrun run through your mind.
  53. >“Never knew you were into midgets.” You hear a sweat voice say right into your ear.
  54. >You jump and tumble backwards, flipping your chair over onto the floor.
  55. >Luckily your computer and everything on it was fine.
  56. >You hear laughter and look up to see Candy chuckling to herself at your predicament.
  57. “You scared the shit outta me!” You say. ”What are you doing in here?”
  58. >Her laughter died down slowly and she sat down on the bed after you picked your chair up.
  59. >“Everyone's gone now and Mom and Dad are asleep on the couch downstairs.”
  60. “How much did they drink?”
  61. >”Enough to knock out an elephant. They're not getting up for a long while.”
  62. >Parents aren't conscious, nobody else in the house, Candy is in your room and, with a quick glance to confirm, the door is locked.
  63. >You can see where this is going.
  64. >But she's engaged now.
  65. >You can't do this to Shining anymore, especially not now.
  66. “Candy.”
  67. >”Hm.” She replies as she undresses.
  68. “Candy, look-”
  69.  
  70. >You're unable to continue your sentence as she kisses you.
  71. >This kiss was much harder than any one she had ever given you before.
  72. >It felt...violently passionate. Like she was trying to get as much of you as possible.
  73. >You caved almost immediately and returned the affection.
  74. >She may be your twin, but she was also a beautiful woman.
  75. >You notice the streams of tears pouring from her violet eyes that mirrored your own.
  76. >”Please, just this one last time.” She whimpers out.
  77. >This is new.
  78. >Candy's never been like this before.
  79. >She knows that this will be the last time.
  80. >"I saw your acceptance letter on your desk." She sniffles.
  81. >When was she in your room?
  82. >"And with Shining's proposal, so much is happening! I just want the world to stay the same! Please, just this final time?"
  83. >You can understand that.
  84. “Ok.”
  85. >The night is long, lustful and fervent, full of kisses, sucking and fucking far beyond whatever the two of you had ever done before.
  86. >Shining lingers in the back of your mind as his fiance rode you.
  87. >The disgust in your gut and pleasure of your cock mixed to create a sickening sensation throughout your body.
  88. >This was the last time.
  89. >Never again.
  90.  
  91. >After that night you two more or less went your separate ways.
  92. >She married Shining a month later and moved away with him when he joined the Army.
  93. >You left the state around the same time for school and tried to keep in contact with Cadence and your friends as much as possible.
  94. >But life gets in the way.
  95. >You hadn't heard from anyone except your parents for a few years.
  96. >It was a few months after you left the house when you were told by your parents that Cadence had a kid.
  97. >You had a niece now; you were an uncle.
  98. >You didn't even know she was pregnant. Shining got to work fast.
  99. >Probably would've known if you could ever talk to her or just looked at social media.
  100. >Making friends wasn't your forte, so you were mostly alone during your college days.
  101. >No nights out with friends.
  102. >No nights with anyone sleeping and cuddling with you like Candy used to.
  103. >Alone.
  104. >You had your games.
  105. >You had your books.
  106. >You tried to be a rock.
  107. >You tried to be an island.
  108. >After all, a rock feels no pain.
  109. >And an island never cries.
  110. >You were neither.
  111.  
  112. >Your last job left you even further from home.
  113. >Three states over and just as lonely.
  114. >You went to work for some large company, didn't socialize because your coworkers did nothing but piss you off by stealing your food and supplies and calling in sick to make you do their work.
  115. >It went on for months.
  116. >It was like working with petulant children.
  117. >You eventually snapped.
  118. >Fuck these people.
  119. >A few flipped desks, shattered computers and broken noses later. You fled the building.
  120. >You'd rather not be arrested.
  121. >After raiding your nigh bare apartment and putting everything in your car, you skipped town.
  122. >Luckily, you walked to work, so nobody knew what kind of car you drove.
  123. >Most of the state was a desert so you just drove in one direction for a day and a half.
  124. >You crossed the state line a while ago, but the more distance, the better.
  125. >You had stopped for the night to sleep.
  126. >No hotels. You needed to keep as much money as possible.
  127. >”I'm becom-, I'm becom-, I'm becoming.” Your ringtone started.
  128. >You answered it.
  129. “Hello?”
  130. >”Hey, Anon.” It was Cadence.
  131. >Her sweet voice was comforting. Like the warmest, most reassuring sensation you'd ever feel.
  132. >But
  133. >You could hear a trembling tenor in her voice.
  134. >Something's wrong.
  135.  
  136. “Is something wrong, Candy?” You ask almost immediately.
  137. >”Shining's gone!” She almost whimpers out with a choked sob.
  138. >Oh.
  139. >Fuck.
  140. >You hadn't seen or talked to the guy in years, but you considered him a friend.
  141. >The comforting sensation her voice gave you was yanked away and replaced with a black, torrential, spiked ghast that permeated through your veins.
  142. >If it was physically painful for you, Lord knows how it feels for her.
  143. >Especially for your niece.
  144. >Poor girl.
  145. “W-what happened?” You stuttered.
  146. >”They-they said his entire squad was caught in an ambush, he covered the escape but he didn't make it!.” Cadence broke out into full-blown crying.
  147. >You didn't know what to think.
  148. >Part of you is angry that he didn't just run with the rest of them; that he didn't just make someone else stay and die.
  149. >The other part is proud that your brother-in-law, your friend, was willing to sacrifice his life for the sake of others.
  150. >The wailing of your twin over the phone and your own fluctuating emotions clouded your mind further.
  151. >Life is never easy, is it?
  152. “Did they manage to recover his-you know?” You inquiry softly.
  153. >She's composes herself enough to eek out a “Yes.”
  154. >You can breathe a little better now.
  155. >At least your friend can rest in peace in his hometown.
  156.  
  157. “When's the service?” You ask, not bringing yourself to say funeral to Candy.
  158. >”Tuesday.”
  159. “I'll be there.”
  160. >There's no way your missing Shining's funeral.
  161. >”So you're come back to town?” She asks somewhat nasally.
  162. >Back to town? Did she move back?
  163. “I wouldn't miss Shining's service for anything, Candy”
  164. >”Thank you. I'll see you then.” Cadence said in a slightly alleviated tone.
  165. “See you then, Candy.” You said before hanging up.
  166. >You sigh. Finally taking it all in.
  167. >Shining is gone, your sister's grieving and you might as well be on the run. You can only imagine what your niece is feeling.
  168. >At least soon you'll be around some familiar faces, even if under less than ideal circumstances.
  169. “Tuesday.” You say to yourself before planning the route.
  170. >It'd take a day or two to get home but you will be there on time come Hell or high water.
  171. >But for now, you need sleep.
  172. >You plug your phone back in and lean the seat back.
  173. >It wasn't easy getting to sleep.
  174. >Old thoughts of you and your twin raced around your mind.
  175. >And memories of you and Shining playing together during recess all those years ago.
  176. >Of sleepovers where the three of you would stay up drinking sodas and getting fat on snacks.
  177. >You began to tremble.
  178. >A few sniffles escape.
  179. >You are not a rock.
  180. >You are not an island.
  181.  
  182. >The long drive is mostly quiet.
  183. >You elected not to put on any music for most of it.
  184. >The silence didn't do you any favors.
  185. >Your memories danced around your mind, distracting you.
  186. >Almost wrecked once or twice.
  187. >Not wanting to cause another funeral, you put on an EZO mix, but it did little to ease your cerebration.
  188. >Nervousness eating at you, not only for Shining's funeral but at the prospect of seeing people you hadn't seen in years.
  189. >Your old friends.
  190. >Mom and Dad.
  191. >Cadence.
  192. >As your thoughts danced back to your sister, the warmth and pleasure of that last night you two shared those years ago came flooding back to you.
  193. >Finally, something pleasant for once.
  194. >It didn't last long.
  195. >That utterly nauseating feeling you hadn't felt in years once again wormed its way through you again.
  196. >It felt worse than it had then.
  197. >You knew why.
  198. >That unknown betrayal could never be rectified now.
  199. >That truth alone pissed you off and your conscious hadn't ever stopped eating away at you since you got the news.
  200. >You'd just live with it; that'd probably be worse than just offing yourself.
  201. >It'd be what you deserve.
  202.  
  203. >You arrived back in town soon enough, that welling pit of blackness still pulsating within.
  204. >It felt like it got worse the closer you got back to home.
  205. >You parked at a familiar gas station, turned off your car and leaned forward on your steering wheel with a hard sigh.
  206. >You were almost hyperventilating for nearly fifteen minutes.
  207. >The thought of not showing crossed your mind but were almost instantly shot down.
  208. >You said you'd be there, you meant it.
  209. >Calms your nerves and man up.
  210. >If not for your sake, then for Shining's. He deserved that much.
  211. >A bit of breathing later, you restart your car and drove off toward your old house.
  212. >It was only a few minutes from the gas station, but time seemed to distort the closer you got.
  213. >Those short minutes dragged on to what felt like many tiring hours.
  214. >Could've been the long drive finally taking its toll on you and you would like to think that.
  215. >You couldn't make yourself believe it.
  216. >The house looks like it's in the same pristine condition as when you left it.
  217. >At least some things didn't change, thank God.
  218. >You parked your car but hesitated to get out, just stared forward down the road unblinking, watching cars pass.
  219. >”Anon?”
  220. >You jump at the voice and look over.
  221. >It's Dad, virtually unchanged from when you saw him last.
  222. >”Hey son.” he said softly.
  223. “Hey dad.”
  224. >”You gonna come in or you wanna just watch the cars out here?” he asked, trying to break whatever spell you're in.
  225. “Yeah.” you reply quietly before opening the door.
  226. >”C'mon boy, you're just in time, lunch is ready.”
  227.  
  228. >The house was the same inside as well, that's comforting.
  229. >You followed your father to the kitchen and saw your mother finishing whatever she was cooking.
  230. >By the scent in the air, it smelt like burgers and fries.
  231. >More of a dinner food in your opinion, but you weren't going to pass up your mom's cooking.
  232. >Especially now.
  233. >”Look who I found out in the street!” Dad said, catching your mom's attention.
  234. >”Oh, Anon, I'm glad you're here!” Mom exclaimed before walking over and hugging you.
  235. >”I just wish it was under better conditions.” She solemnly adds.
  236. “Yeah.”
  237. >You take a seat at the counter bar before you hear some quiet thudding sounded from upstairs.
  238. >”Your sister and niece are upstairs. They've been here since they got...the news.” Dad explained.
  239. >”Flurry, the poor girl. She hasn't spoke at all, I don't think she's eaten much of anything either. Cadence has been trying to get her talk, but I'm sure she'll talk on her own time.
  240. >You can imagine it's been rough for the two; you don't blame them for coming here.
  241. >You should've come back sooner too, specifically after you rage quit your job.
  242. >At least it seemed that nobody was after you now, you could never return to that state but it sucked there anyway.
  243. >For now, you're back home with your family.
  244. >Mom puts a plate down in front of you with a burger, fries and that spicy ketchup you liked so much.
  245. “Thanks, Mom.” You said nearly silently.
  246. >”You're welcome.” Mom replied.
  247. >You dip your first fry into the ketchup and consume it quick.
  248. >Yep, still good.
  249. >You go for a bite of your burger before you get distracted.
  250. >”Hey mom, Flurry's asleep so just put some food away for her for when she wakes-” You heard a familiar voice say.
  251. >”Alright sweetie.” Mom replied.
  252. >You looked up from your food and see Cadence staring back at you.
  253. >Her lavender pools peered back into your own.
  254.  
  255. “Hey Candy.” You murmured.
  256. >”Hey Anon.” Your twin all but whispered back.
  257. >You couldn't help but stare at her.
  258. >It was almost like she hadn't aged a day, but had only gotten more beautiful.
  259. >Her uniquely colored hair had gotten more vibrant in its colors and her alabaster skin was close to flawless.
  260. >Having Flurry left her with some gifts: fuller breasts and hips to name the obvious.
  261. >'Back to our old ways already, are we?' a voice hissingly mocked within.
  262. >Go away.
  263. >Breaking out of your stupor, you finally take a bite of your food.
  264. >It's damn good, better than whatever slop you ate while trying to save money back when you were working.
  265. >”That's it? No hug, no kiss, no 'How are you doing?'” Cadence asked a little indignantly.
  266. >You stare awkwardly, having stopped mid-chew.
  267. >Great, you pissed her off already.
  268. >”I'm messing with you Anon! It's great to see you again!” She dropped the scowl and smiled.
  269. >Oh.
  270. >She took a seat next to you at the bar and leaned on you, head on your shoulder.
  271. >That blackness now had the density of lead, but it still writhed and twisted in your stomach.
  272. >It's hard to eat now.
  273. >”I'm glad you're here, I'm sure he'd want you here.”
  274. “Definitely. Wouldn't miss it for anything.” you force out.
  275. >Mom puts another plate down for Candy and sits down at the table with Dad with their own food.
  276. >It's good to be back.
  277.  
  278. >You ate, but it seemed that Cadence had no intentions of doing so.
  279. >She just leaned on you, getting closer every few moments.
  280. “Aren't you going to eat?” You asked, hoping to get her off of you.
  281. >”Nah, I'm not hungry right now.”
  282. >That sinking pit in your gut only got denser as time passed and by the time you finished your food, you felt like you would puke.
  283. >Although that might be because you ate fast, like you used to do before leaving home.
  284. >You chugged two cans of coke in an attempt to keep your food down and it worked, it didn't feel good though. The chilled temperature made the liquid feel like drinking glass shards
  285. >At least she isn't hanging on you right now, take the small victories Anon, that sickness is relieving itself now.
  286. “Is my room still the same?” You asked your parents.
  287. >Dad nodded, still eating.
  288. >”We haven't moved a thing, just cleaned the dust out now and then.”
  289. “I'm gonna check it out.”
  290. >”Try to be quiet, Flurry's asleep upstairs.” Mom said.
  291. “I know, I heard.” You said before going upstairs, careful to remember your stealth training.
  292. >You got to room without even a floorboard creaking and shut the door as quietly as humanly possible, Master Garrett would be proud.
  293. >That and you didn't really want to hear a child crying, specifically ones you know you can't cheer up.
  294. >Your room looked exactly the same: music shelf, book shelf, comic box, mini shelf.
  295. >It's all still here.
  296. >You took it all in and almost had tears in your eyes; it was like you took a step back in time.
  297. >You silently thank your parents for leaving everything alone.
  298. >You had left all of this stuff here in fear of some dickhead roommate or friend of said hypothetical roommate breaking or stealing any of it.
  299. >Never had roommates, but better safe than sorry.
  300.  
  301. >”All of the music is still there: Maiden, Cooper, Ghost, Stryper, it's all still there. I made sure before you got here.” Cadence said from behind you while closing the door.
  302. >She followed you and you didn't even hear the door open.
  303. >Was she Master Garrett's secret apprentice?
  304. “Mom said that they had left it all alone.” You replied inquisitively.
  305. >”Yeah, but you know how they are.” She shrugged.
  306. >You can't deny that. They didn't lie, but they didn't exactly tell the truth either.
  307. “Thanks.”
  308. >You sat down on your old bed, laid back and stared at the ceiling you used to do.
  309. >You can still see that stain from one of your and Candy's wild nights.
  310. >You wonder how you even did that before you zoned out.
  311. >That feeling slithered back into you; it felt like a serpent rolling and thrashing in an unending, watery abyss. You want it to just stop.
  312. >”Anon?”
  313. >Cadence's voice brought you back to reality, and you saw her laying next to you with an arm draped over your chest.
  314. “Yeah?”
  315. >”What are you thinking about?”
  316. “Nothing. Just looking at the ceiling.”
  317. >She looked up to the ceiling was well and giggled a little.
  318. >”That stain is still there! I know that night was crazy, but how'd you even do that?” She looked over at you with a small smile.
  319. >You didn't break sight and continued to stare stoically.
  320. >Is she really bringing up the past so nonchalantly? How? You're hesitant to even be here and your sister's bringing up the hardest nut you've ever had, that she caused.
  321. >She's still looking at you, waiting for an answer.
  322. >You'd rather not cause any conflict, better go along with it.
  323. “You gave me the best head of my life.”
  324.  
  325. >“Wanna put another stain up there?” Candy said with a wink and a tighter pull.
  326. >...is she fucking kidding?
  327. >Shining isn't even buried yet and your sister is hitting on you already.
  328. >That torrential worm is thrashing more violently than it ever had before. It was angry, it was rage fueled, it hissed and screamed.
  329. >But you can't let it out. Not now, not ever, you deserve this feeling remember?
  330. >'TAKE HER BACK NOW!' That hissing voice erupted.
  331. >FUCK OFF.
  332. “Isn't it a little earlier to, ya know, get back out there?” You asked.
  333. >She loosened her grip and pulled her arm back.
  334. >”I suppose so.” She sounded disappointed.
  335. >Part of you is utterly furious at her; how dare she betray Shining, your best friend and her husband's, memory like that?!
  336. >The other half is completely riled up at yourself for taking “YOUR” woman back from the bastard that stole her from you in the first place.
  337. >They were at war with each other within you and you felt sick.
  338. >Not a nauseating sensation, you just felt weak all over.
  339. >If this war inside your head took a day off, you'd be dead.
  340. >”It's just..it's been hard, you know? Coming back from picking up your daughter from preschool, then getting a knock at the door and then told your husband's dead.”
  341. >No sobs, no crying, just a straight explanation.
  342. “I'm sorry, Candy.”
  343. >”It's okay Anon, I understand.”
  344. >You're thankful for that, you wouldn't know how to deal with a crying woman, especially this woman.
  345. >And what a woman she was.
  346. >You could feel those lush curves and soft breasts pressing against you, that multicolored hair draping over your shoulder and on your chest.
  347. >It's a welcome return for at least half of yourself, like this is what you were missing for those awful years.
  348. >The last thing that went through your mind before you fell asleep was about how good it felt to have YOUR woman back.
  349.  
  350. >When you woke up a few hours later, Cadence was gone thankfully, you didn't really want to deal with your erection with her around.
  351. >You got up and went downstairs to find your family watching a movie, your never before seen niece included.
  352. >Candy noticed you first, which then got everyone's attention.
  353. >”Oh, Anon, you're up!” She gleefully exclaimed as she stood up and pulled her somber daughter up gently with her.
  354. >”This is my daughter. Go say Hi to your uncle Flurry.” Candy pushed her softly toward you.
  355. >The little girl crossed the living room slowly, that sorrowed look never cracking a bit.
  356. >It pained your heart to look at this little girl's face, it felt like it was being split in half with a barbwire garrote, sown back together and split over and over.
  357. >Flurry finally stopped in front of you and looked up with her eyes, that mirrored her mother's, to meet your own.
  358. >She looks so much like Candy it's ridiculous, the naturally multicolored hair, the soft lavender-violet eyes and healthy salmon-pink skin.
  359. >You guess Shining's genes weren't dominate at all.
  360. >”Hello.” That's all she said in the young voice.
  361. “Hey.”
  362. >”You're Uncle Anon aren't you?”
  363. “Yeah.”
  364. >”Mom talks about you a lot, it's nice to meet you.”
  365. “It's nice to meet you too.”
  366. >She hugs your leg quickly before retreating to Candy, a little smile crosses your face.
  367. >You remember being the same way when you were her age, you ran to Dad but... you know.
  368. >”Cmon boy, watch this with movie with us, this shit's funny.” Dad beckoned from his recliner with his beer in hand.
  369. >Mom sat in the other recliner next to Dad.
  370. >Cadence patted the spot next to her and Flurry on the couch.
  371. >It started again, the thrashing darkness in your abdomen, ignore it.
  372. >You took the spot and Candy leaned on you again, putting her head on your shoulder.
  373. >Flurry watched her mother drape herself on you.
  374. >'SHE WANTS YOU.' The hissing is back.
  375. >NOT NOW.
  376.  
  377. >Everyone went to bed about an hour or two ago, you couldn't sleep.
  378. >You lay awake on your bed, scrolling through whatever shitty videos that the algorithm decided that you should watch.
  379. >Not being capable of stomaching videos of twenty-somethings acting like spergs in public for the entertainment of some witless kids, you got up and left your room.
  380. >You left the house and walked down the street; the car would make too much noise.
  381. >The memories of yesterday strode into your waking mind and sure enough, that serpent of twilight erupted from the aether again to do naught but writhe to make you miserable.
  382. >'SHE NEVER WANTED HIM.'
  383. >Great, the voice is back too.
  384. >'SHE WANTED YOU.'
  385. >Ignore it.
  386. >'TAKE HER BACK.'
  387. >Ignore it.
  388. >'YOU CAN'T HIDE FROM ME.'
  389. >IGNORE IT.
  390. >Every time the hissing spoke, the serpent twisted itself more and more savage ways and you wanted to puke everything you had ever eaten onto the asphalt.
  391. >You just wanted it to stop.
  392. >You broke into a harsh sprint in some vain attempt to flee from yourself.
  393. >The cold air hurt to breathe in at the speed you were, like ice fragments filling your lungs, you were sure you would cough up blood any second.
  394. >You ran for as long as you could, out of the neighborhood, past the gas station and stopped at the courthouse halfway across town.
  395. >That damned serpent threw the biggest fit so far; it was going ballistic.
  396. >'YOU CAN'T RUN.'
  397. >GO AWAY
  398. >'NOT FROM ME.'
  399. >You couldn't run any longer.
  400. >You hunched over and vomited.
  401. >It laughed at you with that ear piercing vox.
  402. >At least the long journey back would be silent.
  403.  
  404. >When you opened the front door, you saw that a light was on in the kitchen.
  405. >You were exhausted from your run so your sneaking wasn't on par with Master Garrett's standards and you got the attention of your niece with her face in the open fridge.
  406. >Guess she was hungry now.
  407. “You didn't eat, did you?” You asked, already knowing the answer.
  408. >She shook her head no.
  409. “What do you want? A sandwich or something like that?”
  410. >She nodded yes.
  411. “What kind?”
  412. >”Peanut butter and jelly.”
  413. >Not much of a talker, you surmised that earlier, but that's fine, neither are you.
  414. >You get the ingredients out, if you can really call them in ingredients, and quickly make her the sandwich before asking the final questions.
  415. “Crust or no crust?
  416. >”No crust.”
  417. “What shape?”
  418. >”Triangle.”
  419. >You comply.
  420. “Want a drink?”
  421. >”Yes, please.”
  422. >Kid's polite, Candy is raising her well.
  423. >You give her a cold Coke from the fridge; she just stared at it, not reaching for it in the slightest.
  424. “What's wrong?”
  425. >”Mom said I can't have these.”
  426. “I'm not your mom and she ain't awake, take it.”
  427. >Flurry was hesitant but reluctantly took it.
  428. >She had a hard time opening the can before you helped by opening it for her.
  429. >Her initial indecision changed when she took her first sip; you had to tell her to slow down or she'd make herself sick.
  430. >”It's sooo good though!” Your niece happily exclaimed.
  431. >She's inherited your dad's penchant for soda that you and Cadence both got, that's for sure.
  432. “I know it is, but you want to keep it in and not out right?”
  433. >She nodded again.
  434. “Right, so slow down.”
  435. >”Ok.”
  436.  
  437. >After Flurry finished her sandwich and drink you sent her back to bed, unfortunately you realized you loaded a kid up with sugar.
  438. >There's no way your niece will sleep now and you hope she'll be at least somewhat quiet for the time being.
  439. >You had an idea.
  440. >Your old computer was up in your room.
  441. >You had some games on it last you remember; maybe she could get her energy out.
  442. “Flurry?”
  443. >”Yeah?”
  444. “You like video games?”
  445. >”Dad did.” She depressed a little. “I never played, but I liked watching Dad.”
  446. >Shining was the only person in your friend group that came anywhere near your skills, but even then it wasn't much of a challenge.
  447. >You missed playing games with friends.
  448. “You wanna play a game your dad and I used to play?”
  449. >Her eyes glowed a little and a drive within you wanted to keep them that way; a little girl like her doesn't need to have such mournfulness in her beautiful eyes.
  450. “C'mon, I'll set it up.” You motion her to follow you.
  451. >She complied and followed you, matching your stealth step for step; you were impressed and think Master Garrett would be proud.
  452. >This is the first time a girl has been in your room with no illicit purpose, sans Mom but did she really count? within your quandary, she might've.
  453. >You booted up the computer while your niece sat on your bed, kicking her legs in the air while waiting.
  454. >Your old computer still has all of your old games: Unreal, Quake, SiN, Soul Reaver 1 & 2, etc. it's nice to see them all together again.
  455. >You start up Quake with a source port and select easy for her and explain the controls.
  456. >She picked it up real quick and soon you hear the grenades bouncing and Ranger's grunts in rhythm.
  457. >You lay back on your bed and listen with a smile on your face when you hear Flurry's quiet cheering as she kills the servants of Shub-Niggurath.
  458.  
  459. >It was a shock to you when you wake up as you didn't know that you fell asleep.
  460. >You felt a weight pressing on your chest.
  461. >FUCK
  462. >You pray that it isn't Candy.
  463. >The hissing laughter rang inside your mind and that great worm returned out of the bottomless hole that was your consciousness.
  464. >You looked down and your fears left you.
  465. >It was Flurry sleeping soundly on your chest, arms wrapped soundly around.
  466. >The hissing faded, the worm retreated and you can breathe easier.
  467. >You look over and see that your computer that she left it on.
  468. >Holy shit, she actually beat the whole game!
  469. >The final text wall in the arena of The Goat with a Thousand Young proclaiming Flurry's victory was plastered on the monitor.
  470. >It was on the easy skill but still, for never playing video games before, that's impressive.
  471. >Well, better get the kid back to her room with Candy before everyone wakes up.
  472. >You give her a few taps, no response.
  473. >A small push, nothing.
  474. “Hey Flurry.” you whispered with another small shove.
  475. >Still no response.
  476. >Guess the sugar made her crash hard.
  477. >With an exhale you settle in because you're not going to force your niece awake, she needs all the comfort you can give.
  478. >The burial is tomorrow, or later today depending on your persuasion, and you don't know how bad she will have it then.
  479. >Letting her sleep is the best option.
  480. >You putting an arm around her and her snuggling closer into you is the last thing you remember as you fall asleep.
  481.  
  482. >The service was peaceful and cool but sunny, Shining couldn't have asked for a better day to be laid to rest.
  483. >His mother and little sister couldn't back their anguished wails, you wouldn't blame them; his father was holding himself together if only by a thread, someone had to be strong.
  484. >Cadence looked plaintive but stoically composed while she did her best to console her bawling daughter, poor girl.
  485. >Mom was almost beside herself and Dad held her close; he was close to your family and Mother's lamentations were proof of that.
  486. >His and your old friends all stood away from everyone else; they didn't believe themselves on the same 'level' as family members.
  487. >You stood between the groups, silent inside and out for the most part but a few tears and sniffles escaped.
  488. >He was your best friend and brother in all but blood.
  489. >But there was laughing in the back of your mind of that damned voice that sounded like nails on a blackboard.
  490. >'HE'S GONE NOW. YOU CAN TAKE HER BACK COMPLETELY.'
  491. >You block it out as much as you can and it left you alone, too enveloped in its own disgustingly maniacal chortling.
  492. >The serpent in your gut hadn't made itself known; you guessed it would be easier today, then hoped you didn't jinx yourself.
  493. “I'm gonna miss you man” You whispered to yourself.
  494. >You watched the casket lower, and you didn't move an inch.
  495. >You couldn't see anything through the tears and you didn't want to wipe them away, you didn't want to budge.
  496. >Your friends patted you on the back gently; they weren't as close to him as you were, you understood that they didn't know what to say.
  497. >They left before everyone else.
  498. >Don't be angry with them.
  499. >Your family and his talked and wept together; Twilight, your sister-in-law, looked over to you and walked over.
  500. “I'm so sorry Twilight” Is all you can say to her.
  501. >”It's not your fault.” she replied, holding her sobbing back by a hair.
  502. "I know...I just don't know what else to say."
  503. >She pulled you into a hug.
  504. >Twilight's small body shook, her whimpers were muffled and your shirt was getting wet from her wellspring of tears.
  505. >You rubbed the girl's back softly in some endeavor to console her; you were never close to Twilight, she mostly just annoyed you when you were younger, but that was in the past.
  506. >You failed to take notice of a pair of lavender eyes almost glaring daggers into her skull.
  507.  
  508. >You will celebrate Shining's life today.
  509. >You left the grave about the same time your Blood and In-Laws began to leave.
  510. >As you were getting back into your car, you heard a knock on your window.
  511. >It was Twilight.
  512. >You roll the window down.
  513. “Hey Twi.”
  514. >”Hello Anon.”
  515. “Did you need anything?” You asked gently.
  516. >”You got closer to my brother than I ever got to.”
  517. >You did?
  518. “I did?”
  519. >“Yeah, I think you knew him better than your sister did too.”
  520. >You didn't doubt that.
  521. >”I was hoping you could help me learn about him.”
  522. “Is this really a good time for that?”
  523. >She stared awkwardly like she did when she had no way to respond.
  524. >You sighed quietly.
  525. “Sure, anything I can do to help. Get in.” You didn't waver a bit.
  526. >”Hold on, let me tell my parents where I'm going.”
  527. >Speaking of which, shouldn't she be with them for the rest of the day?
  528. >Couldn't they tell them more about her brother than you?
  529. >She was trying to learn more about Shining, so maybe they'll let her come along.
  530. >Twilight was always trying to take in information in any way possible, like the nerd she was, is and will always be.
  531. >She returned a few minutes later and got in the passenger seat.
  532. >”They said yes.”
  533. >She looked at the backseat that still had whatever you couldn't fit in your trunk; at least it wasn't full of literal trash.
  534. >”You moving?” she asked curiously.
  535. “You can say that.”
  536. >”Where to?”
  537. “No idea.”
  538. >You started your car and popped a CD in, the one Shining gave you before you both parted ways.
  539. >His favorite album, No Parole for Rock 'n' Roll.
  540. >It wasn't close to a favorite of yours, though you understood why he liked it so much.
  541. >You skipped to track three, the song he played so damn much you had its entirety memorized in a day.
  542. >Still a good song.
  543. >”Um, why are you playing rock music?” Twilight asked.
  544. “It's metal, and this was his favorite song, Jet to Jet.”
  545. >”Oh.”
  546. “I honestly think you'd know at least this simple stuff.”
  547. >She didn't, otherwise she wouldn't be in your car.
  548.  
  549. >The drive back to the house was mostly you telling stories about the trouble you two, and sometimes Cadence, got into when you were younger.
  550. >Twilight laughed at a few of them, it felt good to ease her mind.
  551. >You got back to the house before everyone else and you didn't have a key.
  552. >Two options were on the table: wait for your parents or sister to show up to unlock the door or enter via a window.
  553. >You were a trained thief, take the window, it was less obvious entrance point.
  554. >You exited your vehicle and motioned Twilight to follow.
  555. >”Why aren't we going inside?”
  556. “Don't have a key.”
  557. >”Who does?”
  558. “Everyone but me.”
  559. >”How are we going to get in?”
  560. >You motioned up.
  561. >You always left your window unlocked just in case of scenarios like this and it came in handy a few times.
  562. >Like that night you and Candy sneaked out to a party or when you got grounded and Shining brought you one of his consoles and few games to play.
  563. “Shining came over by using my window a few times.”
  564. >You squatted down and motioned for her to get on your back and she complied.
  565. “Can you pull yourself?”
  566. >”Yeah.”
  567. >You heard the window open and felt Twilight's almost non-existent weight leave your shoulders.
  568. >With a small jump and some pulling, you got back into your room.
  569. >Just like old times.
  570. >”So what are we going to do now?” She asked.
  571. >You looked under the desk and grabbed the Dreamcast that you forgot to return all those years ago.
  572. >”Are you going to play a game?” Twilight inquired as hooked up the system and grabbed a game from the shelf.
  573. “We're playing Soul Reaver, the Dreamcast version. Shining and I played this all the time, and it's just a damn good game.”
  574. >”Any other reasons?”
  575. “Because when your brother showed me this game, it got me off of those gay bishonen vampires glorious Nippon likes so damn much; I'm forever in his debt for that. Now take a seat while I explain why he and I loved this game.”
  576. >You hit the power button and were soon hit with the glorious opening horns of Ozar Midrashim and that masterpiece of an opening cutscene.
  577.  
  578. >You and Twilight only got to the first portal room before your bedroom door was opened.
  579. >It was Candy, Flurry in tow.
  580. >”What are you two up to?” Cadence asked, her vocal tone chilled your blood.
  581. “We're playing Soul Reaver.”
  582. >”Why?”
  583. “It's a journey Shining, and I went on many times and I wanted to share that with her.”
  584. >”I meant, why is she here in the first place?”
  585. >Twilight seemed to shrink as your twin looked her over.
  586. “She wanted to know more about Shining.”
  587. >”Why didn't you just ask your parents?”
  588. >”I didn't want to upset them any more than they already are.” Twilight answered meekly.
  589. >”Why aren't you more upset like they are?”
  590. >That's what you were thinking the whole time, you just didn't want to say it.
  591. >”Dad's gonna break down as soon as they get home, one of us has to be strong.”
  592. >You debated with yourself whether that was a good excuse on her part.
  593. >Flurry left her mother's side and sat down with you on the floor.
  594. >”What's this game about?” Your niece asked, seemingly ignoring the weird standoff that was happening.
  595. “Vampires.”
  596. >”Cool! Do they just drink blood or do they eat flesh too?”
  597. >You think this kid might have a mental deficiency or something; she was almost inconsolable just under an hour ago and now she was excited to play a game about a soul eating zombie vampire.
  598. >At least she wasn't crying.
  599. “You wanna join us, Candy?” you invited her, hoping to calm the situation.
  600. >Her mood perked up on a dime and she all but teleported to your other side.
  601. >”I remember the two of you playing this game every day after school.” Cadence commented semi-somberly as she once again wrapped her body around you.
  602. >No hissing chuckles this time.
  603. >No twisting sensation in your stomach.
  604. >What's going on?
  605.  
  606. >You passed the hours with stories about Shining and you exploring Nosgoth within the confines of the real games and the tabletop version you two made for your D&D group, Candy helped with details of the stories you forgot about, she was there for many of them after all.
  607. >You always played vampires because you thought being a human in a fantasy world sucked; why not be an immortal, blood swilling badass instead?
  608. >Shining very rarely played anything other than a human vampire hunter in your world, a hero, like every character he played in D&D, no matter the campaign.
  609. >Mom and Dad came home a few hours later, they went straight to their bedroom with their still puffy red eyes and they didn't come out for the rest of the day.
  610. >When it got dark, you took Twilight home and Candy put Flurry to bed.
  611. >Upon reaching the front door, a thought crossed your mind, if you open that door, you'd be alone with your sister.
  612. >Again, no worm and no hissing.
  613. >You weren't feeling nervous or guilty anymore.
  614. >What the fuck.
  615. >Was it because Shining was buried now?
  616. >Did him being laid to rest make it okay to fuck his wife?
  617. >Your sister?
  618. >Your...woman?
  619. >No
  620. >It didn't.
  621. >Get those thoughts out of your mind.
  622. >You entered the house and saw Candy sitting on the couch watching some shitty animated show that's ran on too long, you could tell by the sound of the mom character's voice actress.
  623. >It was beyond hoarse.
  624. >Cadence patted the spot next to her with the pile of heavy blankets and pillows, you complied without a second thought, letting her cuddle you without any internal conflict.
  625. >”You should've told me you brought Twilight over.” She said in an almost monotonous pitch.
  626. “She just wanted to know about her brother.”
  627. >“Her parents could have told her.”
  628. “She asked me to help.”
  629. >”You didn't have to.”
  630. “I did it for Shining.”
  631. >...
  632. >”You still should've told me.”
  633. “I don't know how I would have told you.”
  634. >”I have a cellphone you know.”
  635. “I don't have your number.”
  636. >”I put it in for you.”
  637. >When did she do that?
  638.  
  639. >You settled in and watched the full show marathon with her, no problem within or without you for the hours that passed.
  640. >No voices, no stomach churning, just a pleasant sense of contentment.
  641. >It was nice to sit near your sibling without wanting to projectile vomit everywhere.
  642. >Candy rubbed herself on you the entire time, you could feel you were almost enjoying it.
  643. >You couldn't make yourself feel anything other than that, not that you wanted to.
  644. >'Shining is gone now.' is the only thought that waltzed within your head.
  645. >Perhaps you wanted this, and you rationalized it or you were just a terrible friend.
  646. >You were already a terrible friend for fucking his girlfriend behind his back all those years ago and even on the night he proposed to her.
  647. >You might as well embrace it now, nothing he can do about it.
  648. >In spite of your mental dilemma, those 'other two' never showed themselves; it would've been the perfect time.
  649. >A soft kiss on the nape of your neck broke you from the debate inside.
  650. >You looked at your twin who continued her kissing, pushing up your shirt and planting them further down.
  651. “Wait, Candy.” You tried to stop her.
  652. >She ignored your plea and slid under the covers.
  653. >Was she going to-?
  654. >Right here?
  655. >A belt loosing and a zipper pull later, that was confirmed.
  656. >She hadn't lost a bit of her skill.
  657. >Her tongue was as dexterous as ever, licking and gliding around every sensitive inch of your cock.
  658. >The way she sucked and the hot wetness of her mouth made you clench your fists harder than white knuckled, you thought felt blood in your palms.
  659. >You swore you could feel her sucking your soul out of your cock.
  660. >You held back groans but a few quiet ones escaped, which seemed to encourage her.
  661. >She got more fierce, almost skull fucking herself on you, her teeth grazed you a few times but it was an almost pleasurable pain.
  662. >You grit your teeth harder than you ever had before
  663. >Luckily, you know she swallows because you like this blanket
  664. >”Uncle Anon?”
  665. >Flurry's voice halted you both.
  666.  
  667. >”Are you okay? You look red.”
  668. >This poor innocent kid had no idea what she just stumbled on to.
  669. “I'm fine Flurry, go back to sleep.” You tried to politely shoo her away.
  670. >You could still feel her mother's mouth wrapped around your manhood.
  671. >”I can't.”
  672. “Why not?” You let a little blue-ball agitation slip
  673. >”I'm scared of the dark.”
  674. >Didn't Flurry watch you play a game about mutating nightmare inducing vampires?
  675. >And be in the kitchen late just last night looking for food by herself?
  676. >Something's not right with this child's mind.
  677. >”I can't find mom either.”
  678. >Candy didn't budge; any movement would expose her.
  679. “I think she went to the gas station.”
  680. >”Why would she leave at night?”
  681. “She wanted some candy.”
  682. >”Oh. Do you think she'll bring me back some?”
  683. “Maybe.”
  684. >Flurry still stood there.
  685. >”Can I stay with you 'till mom gets back?”
  686. >Half of you wanted the little girl to fuck off so can finally bust a nut; the other half wanted to help the kid.
  687. “Sure.” you reluctantly relented.
  688. >A small bite let you know Candy wasn't happy with the situation.
  689. >You could tell your niece was still tired by her half lidded eyes, she'd be back to dreamland in a few minutes tops and then you'd get your rocks off.
  690. >”Uncle Anon?” Flurry looked at you.
  691. “Yeah?”
  692. >”Where are you going to go after today?”
  693. >You hadn't thought about it, planning ahead was never your forte.
  694. “I don't know.”
  695. >”Can you stay with me and mom?”
  696. >Cadence swirled her tongue a little, making you stifle a jump.
  697. >Now that you think about, what are you supposed to do?
  698. >You can't go back to your old job, you can stay with your parents, but would you really want to?
  699. >Sure you loved Mom and Dad, but you think they wouldn't like you just setting up shop without warning.
  700. >Staying with Candy and Flurry might not be a bad idea; they could use some help in the right now.
  701. >Where else are you going to go?
  702. “I might, if your mom would let me.”
  703. >Cadence just shoved your whole hog down her throat.
  704. >Your whole body tightened in a masterful display of self control.
  705.  
  706. >Flurry fell asleep soon after that, Cadence slid up from the blankets and met you face to face.
  707. >”Were you serious?” The sound of her voice was deathly sincere.
  708. >Her lavender eyes stared directly into your own; she wanted real answers.
  709. “If you'll let me, I got nowhere else to go.”
  710. >”Don't you have job and house to go back to?”
  711. “...Not exactly.”
  712. >”Where were you living when I called you?”
  713. “My car.”
  714. >”Is that why it's full of your stuff?”
  715. >Did Twilight tell her?
  716. “Yeah.”
  717. >”Discussion over, you're moving in with us.”
  718. “Are you serious?” you asked almost rhetorically, you already you knew the answer.
  719. >She grabbed your junk that was still hanging out.
  720. >”Oh, I'm serious.”
  721. >You heard some clothes shifting and then felt a sensation around your cock you hadn't felt in years.
  722. >Candy was still as tight as she was the last time, even after having a kid,
  723. >How was that even possible?
  724. >You were still worked up from earlier and you could feel it coming.
  725. >You looked over at your niece who was still asleep.
  726. “Candy! What about Flurry? She's right there!” you whispered.
  727. >”Relax.” is all she said
  728. >After rolling her hips a few times, she got off of you.
  729. >How blue were your balls now?
  730. >”Come home with me and Flurry and we can continue this, and even more.” she whispered into your ear.
  731. >She pulled her pants back up and went to put Flurry back to bed; she motioned you to follow her and you did.
  732. >Where the hell was that voice and sick feeling that normally happened when shit like this happened?
  733. >SHE'S YOURS ONCE AGAIN.
  734. >There's the voice
  735. >...
  736. >Where's the other one?
  737. >IT'S NOT COMING BACK.
  738. >Oh.
  739. >Why?
  740. >IT'S NOT NEEDED.
  741. >...
  742. >You watched as Candy put Flurry in bed, she laid down with her and then looked at you.
  743. “What?”
  744. >”Get in.”
  745. >She wasn't asking.
  746. >Now, you laid in your sister's bed for the first time in years; she laid with you and Flurry was betwixt the both of you two.
  747. >This was nice.
  748. >It was like you had a family of your own.
  749. >Someone to hold and love.
  750. >A child to raise.
  751. >You didn't want it to go away.
  752.  
  753. >The next few days passed with little incident.
  754. >You didn't sleep in your own bed, but the loving arms of Candy and Flurry were an almost idyllic way to wake up every day.
  755. >Mom and Dad didn't question it, they thought you were just helping them through the days.
  756. >Twilight came over a few times and the four of you played through the rest of Soul Reaver; you and Cadence told more stories about her late husband.
  757. >Flurry really enjoyed the vampire designs, particularly Raziel's brothers: the more monstrous the appearance, the more she liked it.
  758. >When you reached the end of the game, you had told almost everything you knew about Shining.
  759. >Flurry wanted to see more of the world of Nosgoth and its monsters; the look of excitement on her face when you told her that there were more games was precious.
  760. >Twilight thanked you with a kiss on the cheek in the doorway before she left the final time.
  761. >The sound of something shattering caught your attention; Candy stood staring blankly at you, the glass cup lay broken at her feet with a pool of Pepsi and blood that trickled from the shards embedded in her hand.
  762. “Candy, you okay?”
  763. >”I'm fine, Anon, just an accident.” Her voice had no inflection.
  764. >You didn't buy that.
  765. “C'mon, let's get some band-aids.”
  766. >You led her to the bathroom and pulled out the glass with tweezers; she winced and moaned whenever you removed a piece.
  767. >”Anon.”
  768. “Hm?”
  769. >”Why did Twilight kiss you?
  770. “She just wanted to thank me for telling her about Shining, I guess.”
  771. >”Oh.”
  772. >....
  773. >”Don't let her do that again.”
  774. >You let out a laugh.
  775. “She's going back to school tomorrow and we're leaving, it ain't going to happen again.”
  776. >”Good.”
  777. >”Mom? Where are you?” Flurry called from the staircase.
  778. >”Stay up there sweetie! Mommy dropped a cup and broke it, I don't want you to get hurt!”
  779. >”Okay.”
  780. >”I'll be up there in a minute, Uncle Anon is fixing my hand.”
  781. >The sounds of light footsteps retreated up the stairs.
  782.  
  783. >After bandaging Cadence's hand and cleaning up the mess, you packed your room up.
  784. >Dad always kept a metric shitload of boxes in his shed for various purposes; he didn't mind you taking some, in fact he was happy you were leaving with your sister and niece.
  785. >”They could use help with Shining being...gone.”
  786. >You somehow fit all of your belongings into whatever room you had left in your car and Cadence's SUV.
  787. >Your old room looked so bare now.
  788. >The eggshell white walls, the dark beige carpet that sometimes made you itch if you laid on it too long, the creamy-colored ceiling.
  789. >That stain.
  790. >With a sigh, you turned off the light and shut your door before going downstairs.
  791. >You hugged Mom and Dad and said your goodbyes before getting in your car.
  792. >The drive to Cadence's house was a few hours, mostly a long exercise in tedium management.
  793. >Not even music made you less bored, didn't stop Blind Guardian from trying their damnedest.
  794. >You had left midday and when you got to the house, it was almost 8pm.
  795. >Flurry was already passed out in her booster-seat and Candy and you were both dead tired.
  796. >”Unlock the door, I'll get Flurry out.” She threw you the key.
  797. >The cooled air from the AC hit you like a ton of bricks, you would not complain, you preferred cold houses.
  798. >Cadence led you in with her daughter over her shoulder, who rustled a little.
  799. >”C'mon, let's get to bed.”
  800. >You followed your sister to the main bedroom, and she laid the little girl down first before laying down herself.
  801. >You followed suit as you had become accustomed to over the past few days.
  802. >Your last thought before you fell asleep was that you hoped that nobody broke into your car, all your cool shit was in there.
  803.  
  804. >You finally had him right where you wanted him.
  805. >Right here with you and Flurry.
  806. >Where he should have been years ago.
  807. >It was calamitous that Shining was gone; he was a great friend to the both of you and Anon and he was your husband of a few years.
  808. >You didn't like that he was dead, but you would not let this chance bypass you.
  809. >Marrying Shining was an attempt to remove yourself from your dear Anon, an attempt to be normal.
  810. >You tried, you tried your hardest.
  811. >But you couldn't be.
  812. >Anon.
  813. >He was your true love.
  814. >Not Shining.
  815. >Anon knew almost everything about you, and you about him.
  816. >You were made for each other, you were twins.
  817. >You couldn't let him get away.
  818. >You watched him sleep soundly; his soft breathing was a perfect rhythm you could fall asleep to for the rest of your life.
  819. >But you couldn't sleep now.
  820. >The scene was too perfect, you had to memorize every detail.
  821. >He had his arms wrapped around Flurry, like he was protecting her from some unseen threat.
  822. >It was adorable.
  823. >To watch a father cuddle his child.
  824.  
  825. >That was the best you had slept in a long time; damn Candy's bed was plush.
  826. >Your back felt like a great weight had been lifted from it.
  827. >The light beaming through the shudders and onto your sister and niece was almost picture perfect.
  828. >It brought a smile to your face.
  829. >You could get used to this.
  830. >You quickly fell back asleep.
  831. >...
  832. >HAVE YOU EMBRACED YOUR DESTINY?
  833. >Great, this asshole again.
  834. >Not now.
  835. >Please.
  836. >THE PRETENDER IS GONE, THIS IS WHERE YOU BELONG.
  837. >So what if it is?
  838. >What if I embrace it?
  839. >THEN I NO LONGER HAVE A PURPOSE.
  840. >Where did the other go?
  841. >HE'S GONE AND BURIED, NO NEED TO FEEL ANGRY ANYMORE.
  842. >Oh.
  843. >What are you exactly?
  844. >FIGURE THAT OUT.
  845. >....
  846. >You snapped back to the waking world and noticed you were alone in the bed.
  847. >The smell and sound of cooking food seduced your senses and you couldn't resist.
  848. >With the flip of a blanket and kip up, you were out of the room and down the hall.
  849. >Flurry sat at the table and Cadence was cooking what smelled like pancakes, bacon and eggs.
  850. >”You're up!” Candy greeted you with a kiss on the cheek.
  851. >”Take a seat, food's almost ready.”
  852. >You sat next to Flurry, who was still sleepy.
  853. >She leaned on you, having trouble even keeping herself upright.
  854. “Candy, maybe I should put Flurry back to bed, she can't even hold herself up.”
  855. >”M'fine Dad.” Flurry mumbled out.
  856. >Dad, huh?
  857. >You liked the sound of that.
  858. >”She'll wake up when she gets some food in her.”
  859. >A few minutes later, Cadence finished cooking and the three of you ate.
  860. >Well, you and Flurry ate.
  861. >Candy kinda just watched you.
  862. >Her fingers were around and under her almost glassy eyes and a small smile, like she was in some kind of trance.
  863. >You thought nothing of it.
  864.  
  865. >Your first day in your new home was a gentle and peaceful one.
  866. >You setup all your old stuff in a spare bedroom.
  867. >All your books, comics, game systems, statues and other possessions now had a place to be displayed openly instead of your old cramped room.
  868. >You didn't bring your bed, Candy was adamant on you two sharing a one, you didn't protest a bit.
  869. >Days passed and Flurry went back to school, leaving you alone with your sister.
  870. >She couldn't keep her hands off you and neither could you, her.
  871. >You almost never left the bedroom except she wanted you to fuck her anywhere and everywhere else; you were exhausted by the end of the week.
  872. >Cadence was more energetic than she had ever been in the past; you almost wondered if your hips could take much more.
  873. >You eventually got a job to help for the bills and other expenses, the life insurance payout Candy got was put away until absolutely needed.
  874. >You had a family of your own now.
  875. >A nice house.
  876. >Two vehicles.
  877. >A child to raise.
  878. >A happy and loving wife.
  879. >This was the good life.
  880. >YOU SHOULD HAVE TAKEN IT YEARS AGO.
  881. >That was your only lingering thought.
  882.  
  883. >Life with your dearest Anon was more than you could have ever hoped for.
  884. >He was still the greatest lover in the world and the best father to ever live.
  885. >He was raising his child like he should have been able to in the first place.
  886. >That was okay.
  887. >He would raise the next one.
  888. >You rubbed your tummy a little.
  889. >You already knew you were pregnant again.
  890. >All that hard work wasn't gonna be for nothing.
  891. >He deserved to be there when it was born, he deserved to name his next child.
  892. >He already missed out on that once; you wouldn't let it happen again.
  893. >For now, you will just keep it your little secret.
  894. >It would be a great surprise for Flurry's birthday to learn she's going to have a little sibling.
  895. >You could see it now.
  896. >A big smile on her face, happy that she'll have a sibling to play with.
  897. >Just like the one you had.
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