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13 June 2008 @ 02:45 pm
Azureshipping: Daytime Drabbles  
So I'm a little bored, waiting to be picked up from school. Go figure. Next few pieces will be posted as comments.

Fandom: Yu-Gi-Oh
Pairing: Seto Kaiba/Anzu Mazaki (azureshipping)
Genre: general
Rating: G (K)
Prompt: passing notes in class

As she slips the piece of paper into a waiting pair of hands, Seto cannot help but find himself wondering just what is going on. It is quite rare to witness Anzu participating in classroom misconduct after all. And with her looking as innocent as usual (though Seto obviously knows better), said misbehavior must entail something... interesting, if not vaguely. The CEO almost smirks in delight, almost. One would have to contemplate why.

The crumpled note is returned sometime later; the dancer's blonde friend grinning in his seat. Seto frowns then, as if it should bother him (and it doesn't-- really, it doesn't). What they do during History class isn't of any importance. Only, this is something he wants to believe. But does he? The brunette moves his gaze back down to the notebook in front of him, his pen poised as if he isn't already committing the teacher's lecture to memory.

And when Anzu turns to give her friend a short scolding, she catches a particularly icy glare directed her way.

"Mazaki, you're blocking my view."

One can only be left to ponder why Seto would say so, when the girl happens to be sitting beside him.
 
 
Current Mood: contemplativecontemplative
 
 
 
Jezaraenjezaraen on May 22nd, 2010 11:44 am (UTC)
I'm the same. It makes me cringe when I think of some of stories I've written in the past. The mistakes are so many you just want to cry and pretend you were never that bad. lol
Kat Sua ★: [KHR] DinoHiba | patstarianprincess on May 22nd, 2010 11:57 am (UTC)
*snugs* But you know, a really good friend once told me that to be a great writer you have to know how to read (really read), absorb and then adapt. Simply stated, it's the art of copying. There are authors we idolize, we develop our own style based on theirs and then we evolve from there. Part of getting better, too, is being able to face what you've written before and acknowledge your mistakes. :) Writing never stays perfect. There's always going to be criticism and we can't help that, but that's what it's for.

Sorry though, I'm not trying to preach. >:
Jezaraenjezaraen on May 22nd, 2010 12:01 pm (UTC)
Nah I totally understand what you mean. Until we see where we went wrong we can't see how to get it right. It's all about learning and adapting.