My fanfiction and original fiction. Benjamin (Original Fic) Benjamin (Original Fiction) -Intro- By: Aoharu Benjamin, or Benny as he preferred to be called, was born a very peculiar child. Strange things were always of interest to him. Even when he was a little child, he would always see all sorts of various creatures sulking around the town. Fascinating creatures, they were! One small thing that should to be mentioned, they weren't in his head at all. Benjamin's life had, even since his birth been somewhat tragic. But, so was almost everyone else's life in the dreary world that Benny lived in. Someone could say that that they were all like a gray mob in the town of Perirrlom, which wasn't very make different than the other towns. Some even go as far to say... that those strange looking creatures are the ones responsible for all the bad things happening ever since they came. But, a lot of experts say that's just human nature. No one ever said it was a good thing, though. Benjamin resided in a house near the edge of town. Even though, his house saw minuscule, it was filled with many people living or running in and out. A total of 12 people lived in that house, including the dog that lived up the alley and the cat that never came out of its hiding places. The house was a bit worn but, it severs its purpose well. Or at least, well enough for the family to live in. It seemed that no matter how rich someone was or what valuable possessions someone had in this town, their house still had eerie ding to them. Maybe it was human's doing, maybe the creature's doing, maybe it was nature, maybe it was nothing... No one knew for certain, but it made all the humans felt icky, like slimy bugs were crawling slowly on their bare skin, with increasing pressure. Life was dreary; so much in fact, a lot of the townspeople would come to think that nothing so significant beyond daily life with a few ups and downs, would happen to them, to Ben, to his family, to the creatures, to everyone, to anyone. Benjamin (Original Fiction) -Chapter One- By: Aoharu Watching, with intense, narrow eyes that could pierce you in half, the creature who had these eyes was no original creature. Or at least, anyone who saw the creature thought so, if they even ever saw it. This creature was not one of the special strange creatures that roamed and lurked in the shadows. Some of the strange creatures were afraid of the natural sunlight, some were very sensitive to the sunlight, and some, even still, were curious about the sunlight. Why was it there? Why was it coming closer? Did it have any mysterious properties? This creature with narrow piercing eyes often wondered about those strange creatures. This creature was a simple, subtle, mysterious one that likes to hide. Ever since it had been brought to the house, it ran under the porch and never came out for anyone who called. But, that doesn't mean the creature lurking and sneaking around. Some of the townspeople whispered to each other as the creature walked down the street, their whispers consisting of mainly about what side the creature was on, was it with the other creatures? The creature had no idea why they would think that, for the creature was a cat. What harm could come from a simple, small cat? Sure, its aura was intense and dark; its fur could be considered quite strange. If you ask around the town, a lot of them would be that cat was black, but no one actually looked carefully. The cat's color actually was black and white splotches all over, and with shiny amber eyes. The cat creature sadly has no name. The other creature was a very excited, friendly one. This creature, like many other creatures, lived among the people, but everyone saw this creature and not the others. This creature did not live with the Morrilton's, Ben's family, but lived beside them, in the alleyway. This creature was considered part of the family. The creature was a family pet, a dog. No, really. It goes up and down the alleyways, barking variously. Just a normal dog. A normal, regular dog with light brown, short fur, with brown eyes, that could sense when something was distraught. Just like any other normal dog. Except without a name. While the cat creature hides from everyone, the dog creature loved to make its presence known. While one's shy and the other's outgoing, both are gentle and kind. These nameless creatures of nature knew what the others didn't, what the others couldn't see or hear. The others being the humans, or at least, most of them. Except for that one girl, of course, who never spoke, and yet watched everyone who passed her wall. The fact was very annoying to both the dog and the cat. The dog ignored the feeling and continued being happy, meanwhile the cat pondered over the feeling and feelings grew from the original one. The cat creature and the dog creature lived in the same area, but did not often see each other, today however, was an exception. Vocaloid Fanfiction When the Night Comes... Vocaloid Kagamine Rin/Len Lemon FanFic By: Aoharu -Part One- Soft breathing echoed through the house. In the middle of the night, a young girl of the age of 14, woke up after vague hours of sleeping, to the breathing of people sleeping and dead silence. Her soft, shoulder length hair that was born a light blonde color, looked like a fuzzy edged halo around her head. The hair halo made her especially peaceful looking, as he blue eyes stared and scanned the ceiling. As she did so, her mind, deep in thought, raced through hundreds of questions. It was times like these that were horribly interfering with her daily life, yet was so precious. Filled with imaginative thought, she was seeking answers that she could understand and only she would want. No one else can tell her what was wrong or what was right, what she wanted deep within her heart, her mind. If she searched hard enough, maybe, just maybe... she could figure it all out. Her room, where she spent her mundane days, doing homework at the minute, reading the latest sports manga, sneaking food up to her room after dinner while her parents discussed vehemently finances, sleeping after she passed out from exhaustion, etc. The room of hers, was filled with material objects of various sizes, colors, and styles. A bookshelf of dark oak, shabbily made, from a friend family. It was sadly a little crooked and wobbly that Rin often thought it would just collapse. The bookshelf, while was worn down yet strong, was in fact, very contrasting to the almost brand new manga she had bought two months back that consist of either manga about sports, vampires or Chinese manhua. Those manga/manhua were her babies, dammit, and they were kept in meticulous order. She looked over the foot of her bed, where her dresser stands. On top of it, she would have a small TV, if her parents would let her ever have one. It didn't even have to get many channels or have lots of functions or even be very pretty, she would really just want to watch something when she was bored, or maybe to even keep up with most popular shows, so she would have something to talk about with her friends (if you could call them that). Some objects were thin, some bulky, but no matter how many objects she had, or how clattered her room got, it always felt vastly empty to her. She missed her twin very much. She missed Len sleeping beside her, like what they did when they were five. Breaths that were gentle and warm that traveled down her back. She remembered from all the times that they had slept together because of his fear of thunder, that he tended to sleep with his mouth open, ever since they were five he had been that way. Rin didn't know why; it baffled her. Len, her identical twin, was just down the hall in his room, probably getting a deep, full night of sleep. They were identical physically, excluding their biological sex. Rin was born as a female, and Len was born as a male. Both born with blonde hair, shoulder length, and blue eyes that looked like water of a lake, shining on a beautiful, sunny day of spring. Maybe a few more minutes of trying to sleep, Rin realized it wasn't working. Damn. Frustration webbed at the edges of her mind as she realized that since it was late fall, she wasn't going to get much sleep until the beginnings of March. The Kagamine family's house tended to be slightly chilly during the late fall and the entire winter. It wasn't much, but it made Rin uneasy and that was enough to keep her awake at night. Most nights were spent in naught, as she pined for sleep and it never came. Sometimes, she almost cried. Almost. She decided that she would figure out something, someday. Maybe she should see if her twin, Len, was sleeping peacefully... Maybe if Rin saw that he was getting a full, deep sleep at like 2 in the morning, she could sleep peacefully, or at least get some... If that didn't work, maybe sneak to watch some TV... TV would probably help her to pass out. Why was she the one to have trouble sleeping?