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So I finished my fic that I posted a while ago and I hope you guys enjoy it! It’s my first fic I’ve written so some feedback would be nice
Basically Kuroo and Kenma have their first fight
Our Forever Won’t Always Last
Kuroo and Kenma have been inseparable ever since they met, well mostly because Kuroo was very clingy to Kenma but he didn’t mind the company.
After all, Kuroo was his only friend
Or at least Kenma thought he was
Kuroo seemed to always be there for Kenma, in any situation he was in, no matter how bad. Kenma just wishes he could do the same
It all happened when Kuroo seemed to be in a bad mood, like anything could make him explode at any moment. But nobody had the slightest idea why he was angry. He didn’t get any better during practice and when Lev constantly kept missing serves, Kuroo had just about had it.
He screamed at the silver haired boy.
“Seriously?! You have so much potential and you don’t use any of it! Why did you join this club if you weren’t any good at all?! Did you really think you could get better?!”
Lev just stared in shock and the whole gym was silent at that moment. Kuroo didn’t look the least bit sorry after saying that, and nobody had the guts to tell him otherwise.
“Why are you so angry today? Is it really necessary to yell at him? He’s trying his best and you shouldn’t tell him how he should act, you even said yourself-”
“SHUT UP KENMA!!!”
“HAVE YOU EVER NOTICED HOW FUCKING ANNOYING YOU ARE?!!! YOU’RE ALWAYS JUST PLAYING GAMES AND NOT ACKNOWLEDGING THE PEOPLE WHO ARE TRYING TO HELP YOU!! HAS THAT EVER OCCURED TO YOU? WE CARE ABOUT YOU BUT YOU KEEP PUSHING US AWAY!!!”
“WHY SHOULD WE CARE ABOUT YOU IF YOU DON’T EVEN CARE ABOUT US?!?!”
Everyone in the gym, especially Kenma, stared in shock and disbelief. And before anyone could say anything, Kuroo said something he would soon regret.
“I wish I had never met you. You should’ve just quit volleyball when you wanted to, I mean why did I think that someone so useless could end up being friends with me? Did you even think of me as a friend to begin with?”
Kenma didn’t say a word, he turned around, tears clearly in his eyes, picked up his stuff and ran out the door.
Everyone looked at Kuroo with disapproving eyes. None of them said a word to him as they walked out of the gym.
Kuroo looked around him, there was nobody he could talk to.
He had soon realized how horrible mistake was.
“Kenma. I’m so sorry. Please don’t leave me.”
Kuroo hadn’t seen Kenma for the rest of the day. He could understand why though, he had just pushed the person closest to him away. He took out all his anger on him.
It was their first fight, but all Kuroo could think of was that it was his own fault.
Kenma took the train home. Alone. He usually went home with Kuroo and he would walk Kenma home. But after hearing those harsh words, Kenma wasn’t sure if he even wanted to see Kuroo anymore.
But that was difficult. Considering he was the first person who talked to Kenma, he was always there when he needed him and constantly showing up at his house. But he really didn’t mind that at all. He was feeling so many different emotions at this point, both anger and sadness. Usually Kuroo would comfort him even if Kenma didn’t reveal any of his feelings. Kuroo knew him long enough to know how he felt deep down. But Kuroo wasn’t there anymore.
Kenma had never felt more alone in his life.
Kuroo didn’t get any sleep that night, he wondered if Kenma got any sleep. Did Kenma think about Kuroo at all? He doubted it, by the way he screamed at him, Kuroo knew it was foolish for him to wonder if Kenma still thought about him. He just wishes he could apologize to him properly.
Kenma cried himself to sleep that night. He was too busy thinking about all the times he had shared with Kuroo and no matter how much Kenma tried to hate him, he just couldn’t do it. Kuroo was the most important person in his life and as much as he wants to talk to him again, he just couldn’t do it. He still felt as if Kuroo hated him. And now Kenma realized how much he really needed him.
They both got to school alone, they didn’t see each other on the subway or wait to walk with each other. They both felt like they pushed each other so far apart. They felt like islands, isolated in the lifeless ocean. No boat, no plane, nothing could bring them together. Kenma thought for sure Kuroo didn’t think about him anymore. How wrong he was.
The second that Kuroo walked into the school, he gathered all of his teammates and brought them to the gym, which was no easy task. They all looked at him with distrust on their faces, but he pleaded for them to listen to what he had to say.
“Has anyone seen Kenma?”
Taketora looked at him angrily
“No, you said yourself that you wished that you never met him, so why in your right mind do you think he’d be here?”
Kuroo had no right to feel angry at this point. He understood that Kenma was trying to avoid him at all costs.
“I can’t even explain how sorry I am to all of you. I didn’t just hurt myself, I hurt all of us as a team. I let my anger control me and that was a really dick move.”
“The reason I got so angry yesterday was because, well.”
Kuroo paused in between his sentence and took a deep breath.
“I never told you guys this because I didn’t feel ready to tell you but, I am gay.”
“I told my parents the night before I yelled at Kenma, and they didn’t approve of me at all.”
“They threatened to disown me if I didn’t change because they didn’t want some gross fag in their house, and I just lost it at that point.”
“I felt a mix of sadness and anger, but the anger completely overpowered me and I didn’t even know what I was doing at that moment.”
“I’m sorry I yelled at you Lev, and I’m sorry to you guys for having to see me like that, and if you hate me because of my sexuality or if you’re still angry at me, I can accept that.”
The whole team sat there in silence. Nobody said a word. Kuroo thought for sure they would abandon him again, but the complete opposite happened.
The whole team stood up and hugged him all at the same time with all of them saying kind words of approval to him.
“We kinda already knew that you were gay, and we understand now why you were so mad.” Said Inuoka.
“We can’t stay mad at our captain and we all forgive you no matter how angry you get at us.” Lev added.
Kuroo felt so happy at that moment, but he still felt like a part of him was missing.
“I just wish Kenma was here so I could apologize to him.”
“I am here Kuroo.”
Kuroo knew who that voice belonged to and instantly turned to look at the door.
“You didn’t think I’d miss a team meeting did you?”
Kuroo’s heart was racing at that moment, the boy who he thought he had driven away was right in front of him.
“Kenma, I don’t even know wha-”
“Kuroo, it’s ok.”
“It was foolish of me to think that someone who’s always been there for me when no one else was could hate me, I just really thought you meant what you said when you yelled at me.”
“I’m sorry. I’m so sorry for what I said to you, I wasn’t thinking clearly and I didn’t know how much it would’ve affected you.”
“Looks like I wasn’t wrong, I really did love you ever since you came into my life.”
Kuroo’s eyes widened at the sound of that. He didn’t think Kenma liked anybody like that.
“Kuroo, no matter how foolish, naive or carefree you are, I could never picture my life without you.”
Before he knew it, Kenma’s lips were touching Kuroo’s as he pulled him I to a tight hug. The whole team cheered for them and the two could’ve sworn that they heard them whisper “finally” under their breaths.
For once in his life, Kenma knew that he loved somebody. He just never pictured that person to be the raven haired boy who changed his life.