Hi, i love your imagines and i was wondering if you have time for a request. Could you write an imagine about Kai falling in love with someone and he is confused with his feelings for her and he gets angry at first but the girl can calm him down and he confesses his love for her? Hope it made a little sense, thank you! :)
She could hear him throwing pebbles up against her glass window, but this was the norm by now. The sky had settled into a dusty orange-pink color, free of clouds, a cool breeze rustling the bright green ferns outside. The girl hopped up from her chair, wearing a golden yellow sundress and messy bun atop her head. She skipped over, pulling her blinds open and sticking her head out to see Malachai Parker, nervous smile on his lips as he signals at her with a tilt of his head. He wore a black coat with his usual muddy converse, and the light sent pretty flares across his sculpted facial features.
“Why do you bother knocking, or, throwing pebbles?” she laughs.
“Because I am a gentleman,” his voice comes from behind her as he melts into the air in her room.
She yelps and stumbles back, hitting the wall, hands flying to cover her face, “Kai!!”
“Ah, that gets you every time,” he chortles, lacing his fingers through hers to pull her hands from her face so he can look at her.
She gave a usual pout, “you need to stop that.”
“Only when it stops being funny,” he beams, dimples rising on his cheeks.
She sighs and pulls her window closed, turning to face him, “what?”
“What?” he mimics.
“What’s that look you’re giving me?” she elaborates.
“There is no look,” he lies with a smirk.
“When Kai Parker is up to something, I know it.”
He folds his arms on his chest, “okay, maybe there is something.”
“Tell me,” she commands.
And then his smile fades a little, and he pulls her gently by her wrists, “can we talk first?”
“Oh yeah, of course,” she nods, sinking onto her mattress which is draped in a flowery quilt and overstuffed pillows. She sits beside the heretic, who’s fingers are lightly shaking. Kai has an aroma of dark spice that makes her dizzy, in a good way, but makes it hard to focus on his words.
“Everything okay?” she takes his fingertips in her palms, and his eyes stare at her hands for a good ten seconds before he answers.
“Yes. Sort of. I don’t know?” he stumbles, brows knitting.
She never sees him nervous, so this was something new.
He runs a hand through his brown locks, giving a nervous laugh, “it’s complicated.”
A smile tickles her lips, “oh my god. It’s a girl, isn’t it?”
His big blue eyes go wide, and his cheeks burn red, the signs being enough of an answer, so she doesn’t listen when he tries to deny it.
“Well, I know all about being a romantic, Kai Parker,” she says sarcastically.
“You do?” he responds with worry, not picking up on her joke.
“Yeah, of course! Here, you can ask my boyfriend, he’s right…” she looks around the empty room as if in search of something, “oh wait that’s right, he doesn’t exist!”
Kai lets out a quiet snort, unable to stop his lips from splitting as he laughs.
She smiles at him, bringing her hand to rest on his tattered grey jeans, “so, tell me about her.”
“Uhh,” he toys with the silver rings decorating his slender fingers, averting her eyes all at once.
“Oh come on, wuss,” she teases with a gentle shove.
“Okay,” he says seriously, eyes flickering up to hers. “She’s sweet, and empathetic, the kindest person ever. And she makes me laugh like nobody else can.” He pauses, chewing at his bottom lip, gaze boring into her, “and she’s the most beautiful girl I’ve ever known.”
She sits there, contemplating him, taking in deep and slow breaths.
“But?” she asks at last.
“But I’m scared I’m only going to hurt her.”
“No you won’t, Kai,” she answers.
“I won’t mean to,” his voice drops, “but it’s what I do.”
“Don’t say that,” she warns.
“Why?” he snaps suddenly, eyes going misty like he does when he gets mad.
“Because I can tell you care about her, and you would never hurt someone you love,” she says, placing a hand on his arm to try and calm him.
His jaw pulsates, “and if she doesn’t love me back?”
“You heard me,” he whispers, an edge in his voice, like his every action is determined by her next words.
“If she doesn’t, she would probably want you to know she cares about you, and that it’s not anything you’ve done.”
“So that’s how it is then,” he says, sounding final.
But before she can speak, a blue vase across the room shatters, glass fragments soaring through the air and scattering across the carpet. Kai doesn’t flinch, his eyes closed ad he unintentionally channels his magic.
“I’m sorry,” he tries to compose himself, blue eyes sad as her lamp goes flying off the dresser and crashing to the floor as well.
“It’s okay,” she soothes, “calm down, it’s okay.”
“I can’t,” he shakes his head, a candle on her desk igniting in a huge red flare before extinguishing all at once. A puff of smoke seeps into the air where the embers had been a second ago.
“Shh, look at me.” A hand comes up to cup either side of his face, her fingers spreading across his sculpted cheekbones and soft stubble. “It’s okay, deep breaths.” And so she sits, bent into the heretic, forehead pressed to his as they both take deep waves of oxygen in until his breath steadies, one together. When her eyes blink open, he’s staring at her like she’s the only thing he sees in the world, and he pulls away abruptly.
“Better?” she asks quietly, rubbing her thumb gently against his skin.
He nods faintly, “thanks.” He didn’t tell her of the control she held over him like that, how she was the only one who didn’t flinch away, the only one who could calm him down when he felt the darkness settling in.
“See,” Kai murmurs, “I can’t lose control with her.”
She doesn’t know what answer to give Kai, so she just stares blankly at him, the silence enveloping the two, broken only when Kai shuffles around a bit in his pockets.
“I got her this necklace,” he says, withdrawing a tiny silver hourglass on a chain. It’s filled with little grains of sparkling sand that tumble as he turns it in his palms.
Something registers as she raises a brow, “hourglass?”
“It’s symbolic,” he answers, icy blue eyes flickering across her face, awaiting her reaction.
Her heart hammers loud in her ears as the realization dawns upon her.
Kai whispers to her, never breaking her gaze, “I got it for her the day I realized I was in love with her. I remember because she told me-”
“Every minute of her life with you in it was one worth living,” she finished quietly.
“Yeah,” Kai whispered, his hands visibly trembling.
“Kai,” she begins, but is cut off.
“Just let me say it,” he begs quietly. “Because I haven’t before, and it’s been tearing me up from the inside out for too long I don’t know if it’ll ruin what we have, but all I know is I can’t live another second without you knowing how I feel. You drive me crazy, (Y/N), to the point where I can’t see someone without seeing your face, smell something without breathing in your perfume, hear something without listening to your laugh,” he rambles. “When other people ran from me, you stayed, and hell, you should’ve run as far from me as you could, yet here you are. I’ve felt dead, asleep, gone, for as long as I can remember, but you…you’ve made every minute worth living,” he said. He swallowed the lump in his throat, his eyes boring into her, “and I love you.”
She sat in awe, her lips slightly parted. “Do you remember where we were, when I told you that?” she asked.
Kai brushed his fingertips against hers with a nod, and suddenly they were in the middle of an empty park together, the cozy bed and scent of her dissipating into something new. In reality, they were back in her room, but everything around them, the scent of the pines, the green grass under their feet, felt real. And then it started to rain, rolling black clouds sending buckets of water upon them, soaking their skin and sending a misty haze over the park. Water droplets clung to the heretic’s skin, plastering brown locks to his forehead, sending goosebumps to his flesh, but the girl burned as bright as her yellow dress under that rain, each splash of water sending a jolt through her bloodstream. Kai closed his eyes, reciting his words like from the first time.
“I can make us cover,” he offered, a silver cloud appearing over their heads like a magical umbrella.
“No!” she insisted, reciting her own words. “I love it!”
“Why?” he laughed aloud, a happy rumble emitting from his throat as he wiped at his eyes.
“It’s weird,” she shrugs with a tilt of a head, “or you’d think it is.”
“Try me,” he beams, lighting up the shrouded darkness with that smile.
“The rain and darkness can seem scary, daunting, even. It’s not like sunshine, bright and inviting, something that warms your flesh and makes you smile as you take it in. People love sunshine, not like rain, they hide from rain, when really it poses no threat. I think when it rains, all that water flushes away everything bad from all the days before, and you’re left with a clean slate, a new start again,” she babbles, remembering each word perfectly, droplets catching in her eyelashes.
Kai inhales the dewy smell with a smirk, “you know what, you’re right.”
“I am?” she poses it like a question, just like she had the first time.
“Yeah,” he pulls a piece of her wet hair affectionately back behind her ear, trailing his thumb down her cheekbone.
“And why’s that?” her heart flutters.
“Because I know it isn’t fear or sadness I feel, never with you,” he shrugs. “So it can rain all it wants, but when the time passes and the sun comes up again, you’ll still be there, and that makes it worth living through.”
He takes in a shallow breath, and she smiles, the next words falling easily off her lips, “Well every minute of my life with you in it is worth living, Malachai Parker.”
A silence fell, only filled with pattering raindrops around them, the scene was over. The trees around them swayed with the wind that rolled over with the rain, the ground sparkling from the droplets that shone like tiny diamonds.
“That’s when I knew,” he breathed.
“Me too,” she says quietly.
Kai’s heart does flips in his chest, like he heard wrong, “w-what?”
“I love you, Kai,” she says, a weight lifting off of her, “so much.”
He gives a breathy laugh, lips splitting, blue eyes crinkling like he doesn’t believe her own words.
“There’s just one thing I regret from that day,” she says over the falling rain.
“What did you do?” he asks nervously.
“It’s what I didn’t do.”
And just like that, her lips go crashing against his own, and his arms are around her waist, hers around his neck, fingers in his soft hair, and nothing between them. A swirling downpour splashes over the two, but they are oblivious to the darkness around them as they are lost in each other’s lips, a newfound hunger rising in both of them. Kai nudges softly into her, and she nudges back harder, their mouths at war as all those unspoken words and lost moments go flooding back into that one kiss. The grey sky and cold rain that enveloped them gave no sign on warmth or brightness, but entangled in each other and feeling only the dance of their lips against the other, all their happiness would be enough to light the world and more.
You felt the air was sucked out of the room, you thought you’re gonna have a heart attack as your chest heaved in a quick rythme , you stared closely at the pregnancy test stick, it was the fourth one on a row , Lucille brought you other sticks when you chose to be in denial, you couldn’t believe the stick or your eyes.
Lucille peeked from behind your shoulder and cocked her brows as she glimpsed down at the positive sign.
Exodus Series: Part 1. This is my first series, and I hope you enjoy reading it as much as you do my other stories. There will be more than one part, and in between them I will still post other blurbs and stories. Please enjoy. (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧
[SUMMARY: Dwight finds a woman outside the sanctuary who is very proud and stubborn. Negan wants to test her patience to see if she’s willing to hit him and when she does, she does it in front of all of Negans men. Leaving Negan no other choice but to defend his image which means hurting her.]
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