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Keep A Secret
Author: dragoncoffeecup (livejournal)
Description: Yongguk is the twenty year old who can’t find any reason for anything in anything anymore. Junhong is the sixteen year old kid whose shadows darkening his life are a bit different but just as destructive. With no hope for the future and no yearning for the past, where go to next then? If you still have some fight left in you, why not just take the paths less traveled? A little give and take won’t make the shadows any darker, nor bring any light.
Author’s Note/Warnings: I won’t even make any excuses for this fic. It’s perhaps too personal and not Kpop enough, I don’t know. Take it as it is and beware of intentional self destructive behaviour. If you can’t find beauty or comfort in your own actions or yourself when you are at your worst, it’s best you don’t read this. Thank you!
Such a beautifully haunting fic that is definitely a must read. I just love the connection that Yongguk and Zelo had, you can just tell how much they care about each other and that only the two of them matters, not anybody else.
Can You Keep A Secret? || Kendra and Bailey
Bailey vaguely remembered Kendra from her Faction History Class when they lived back in Abnegation, but she didn’t really expect to see Kendra around Candor now. No, Bailey isn’t exactly a nosy person, just curious. From the very little she saw of Kendra during school she always figured she’d end up at home or in Amity, most likely Amity since people rarely choose to stay in Abnegation anymore, and she’s no exception. Maybe she was Divergent as well.
If that’s the case Kendra seems to be dealing with it better than Bailey, whose inner conflicts run on a daily basis. How would she find out though? It’s not something you just go and ask someone, “Oh hey, nice day we’re having, oh and by the way are you Divergent?” No. She had to get more proof before assuming anything anyway.
She decided to go down to the park and get her mind off of the other girl who may be feeling the same confusion and pain she feels. But fate had different plans for her, like they always do. As soon as she opened the door to her apartment she saw the slender and incredibly tall girl making her way down the hallway in the opposite direction. Before she could even stop herself she called after her, “Kendra! Hey, wait!”