Memories of Cicero chapter 2At first they were quiet about each other’s presence but gradually over time they opened up to each other, small talk, pointless chatter.
“So why are ya running away from the city? Why not stay and make a life there?” Grimmjow asked out of curiosity and pure boredom.
“Well other than the fact of staying in the place your trying to escape is a bad idea, I never liked the city much, it made me feel caged and I hate feeling that” Cicero sighed “What about you?”
“Got into a bit of trouble”
“You? Trouble? Never!” she flashed a grin at him and he grinned back
They had been walking at a comfortable distance from the highway that would later break off to tiny villages and vegetation that Cicero so desperately wanted to find. They had slept outside or snuck into barns with the animals but both of them were fine with that, they chatted and conversed about things.
Grimmjow discovered that Cicero had amnesia, was a vegetarian and wa
Memories of Cicero chapter 1Loud noise and Bright lights of the city drowned out the night, A small apartment on the top floor of a rundown high rise was still, well if you call a really rubbish dad and his new girlfriend screaming at each other quiet.
A small window was opened up but not to the fire escape, oh no, that meant she could escape, idiot. She was getting out of here whether he liked it or not.
Cars and sirens blared far down below and light pollution flooded the skies, Hannah, for that was what she had been called, swung her legs over the windowsill to dangle dangerously over the boisterous city life.
Standing in a crouch and holding the top of the window she reached for the TV satellite, holding on to the cold metal she pulled herself up and out of the apartment, most people wouldn’t have dared this, not even desperate people but she was more than desperate. And possibly just a tad insane. Chuckling mentally, remembering when her school suggested a psychiatrist because of the