Feathers for Falkner- chapter 50Feathers for Falkner- chapter 50 by w0lf--61
"Green how did you find me?" I asked as the ex gym leader leaned over, swabbing at my newly stitched shoulder with a gauze pad soaked in foul smelling medicine that reminded me of bleach. It stung like no one's business, but not nearly as much as the open wound had before Green stitched it. Apparently this guy was a medical and scientific genius like his father, the great professor Oak.
"Well we were coming to see you anyways " Green murmured as Red shifted on my left, cuddling closer to me because he was a pure fluffy love ball when out of public eyes. I hadn't seen him before when Green found me in the fieldjust before I lost my life to fall from huge heights. Red smoothed down the ends of my feathery hair as Green spoke.
"Lance actually called me a few days ago " he admitted. "I don't think you know this, but part of why I'm quitting the Viridian Gym is so that I can be a fulltime therapist."
My mouth fell open in a small gasp as Green prodded a littl
Feather for Falkner- chapter 30Feather for Falkner- chapter 30 by w0lf--61
"Are we all well again?" Lance-- Mr. Kiss my ass as Morty would have called himspoke in character for us all. The very next day after the trauma at the Lake of Rage and the gift shop in town, a gym leader meeting had been called. I was still exhausted, having slept a shitty tossing and turning four hours on a hotel room bed that was hot one minute and freezing the next. We were all gathered now, together for the first time in a few weeks, in Pryce's chilly gym.
I hated it in here, even in the lobby where there was no ice-death trap to slip on. It was still cold, and the fact that it was , the same solid form of water that had nearly killed me yesterday, had my stomach in a knot. Pryce's gym was no place to hold a meeting, and while we huddled together with blankets and morning coffee I felt lonely as ever.
Morty showed no sign of affection towards me while we were around these people, simply because I had told him I didn't know if I wanted them to know. The other gym le
Feathers for Falkner- chapter 19Feathers for Falkner- chapter 19 by w0lf--61
How impatient of me, rapping my fist on the door with annoyance as Falkner had me waiting. I should have been happy that he was even going to answer at all, but that wasn't the case being that I was such a selfish person. On behalf of me and only myself I strode into Falkner's house the very moment he unlocked the door for me. I could have had gastly sweep in and unlock it for me, but I didn't think I would get any appreciation with that. Not to mention the lingering presence of Walter remained, hovering aggressively, snarling emotions of hate.
That man did not want me in his house or anywhere near his son, but I was too stubborn and rude not to obey him. Some would call it disrespect for the dead, but I knew the significance to those who passed more than anyone else, and let me tell you dead or not he didn't have a right to judge me. I ignored to spirit completely, refusing to let his words of scorn keep me away. I didn't want to fear his presence I refused to.
Feathers for Falkner- chapter 13Feathers for Falkner- chapter 13 by w0lf--61
"Falkner! What happened?" I gasped, seeing as though his long hand was braced by something black and hard and Velcro tight. I couldn't believe my eyes, or how promising he looked waiting for me, but more or less it was a shock.
"Oh It's nothing really." he shrugged, though his eyes betrayed him. "Just an accident while training."
"Hmm." I frowned, feeling sorry for him but not wanting to be pushy and touch it. I could have taken his hand in mine and examined it, but lately I felt as though I was being a pain to him. After all I had called him plenty the other day when he wasapparentlyhanging out with Morty. My heart twitched in irritation.
What did Morty have to give Falkner? I didn't understand their friendship but I knew it was truly frustrating. Especially when it seemed Falkner was more willing to spend time with him than me. I could smell a deadly bromance and it was making me sweat.
"When did this happen?" I asked casually, tossing a scarf over my shou