|TFT Building, Tokyo.|
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Hope Without Redemption Ch.2Hope Without RedemptionHope Without Redemption Ch.2 by Yuu--Kanda
Chapter 2 : A Soul on Knee
Kanda kept staring at the cross and the headband hanging from it even after he was certain to be finally alone before Lavi's tomb. He knew that somehow, they were watching him, and he would not allow anything.
Not a lament, or a sign of desperation; least of all, a tear. He would give no one the satisfaction of seeing him broken, never again.
As much as he wished to let himself fall to his knees and embrace the unmarked grave, he resisted stubbornly. It was all that remained to him of Lavi. All that remained to him of his entire life. But he couldn't allow them to use it again against him.
The whole of them had no idea how long it took him to stop hating Lavi for the way he made him feel, to stop hating himself, too, for how he felt when they were together. To stop feeling dirty after every time Lavi had touched him. And now, they wanted to make him believe that Lavi had abandoned him, that he had kill
Hope Without RedemptionHope Without Redemption by Yuu--Kanda
Hope Without Redemption
Chapter 1 : After the Storm
Humiliated. Neglected. Prisoner.
That's where fate had led him. How had he arrived at that point?
They had just moved him into what, for sure, would be his new resettlement. A hand tore with violence the black hood in which his head had been shoved into by force – and that was tightened till it almost choked him – as soon as he got in the transport van meant to escort him to his final destination. He staggered in the darkness for a moment, then all of a sudden he fell heavily to the ground.
The insistent drip down the wall behind which his body was laying made him regain consciousness. With great effort, he forced himself to open his eyes to face again the harsh reality and understand where they had locked him up this time. The first attempt to move, though, made him realize that he was tied, in addition to being chained, up to almost prevent him from breathing.