out; i don’t think that’ll be possible, not with the way things are going for me
On my tombstone please write “Not appreciating my puns when I was alive was a grave mistake”
( she sits, eyes closed and mind elsewhere,
the only sound coming from her being the sound
of her heartbeat and breathing as she thinks of
those she’s lost. a familiar pendant rests in her
palm, the name and number of its owner facing
upright — the name being Riley Abel.
a sigh escapes her lips, the teen truly does miss
that girl, but time has passed and there is nothing
she can to do bring her back. thoughts drift back
to that last moment before infected ruined every-
thing, before they got bit and before they even
” — they’re pretty expensive but…
you wanna come for a ride?”
"… Are ye lost or somethin’?”
When was the last time he’d seen a
young girl that wasn’t a Little Sister?
He could barely recall it, and it was
making this rather awkward for him.
“————yes and no.”
more like she’s exploring, not exactly lost.
although running around places like this
probably isn’t exactly safe; she doesn’t care.
this is ellie we’re talking about, she finds
ways to get to places nobody else even
“—Okay… Uh, how about something
that’s actually funny?” Merlin asked.
“That was totally funny!”
“——hey! look what i found!”
it’s nothing much to be amazed at, but in the world
they live in — it’s like finding atlantis. what is in front
of her is simply a vending machine with one packet
of sour sweets left, and ellie’s determined to find a
way to get them.
“I thought he was with you?”