OC, Donghae, Super Junior, Girls Generation
How do you cope with the idea that you know when you'll die. That one day, you're gonna leave everything behind without even having the chance to actually live the life you've always wanted. Seems cruel don't you think? But even more cruel is when you're just about to give up and accept..fate makes fun of you, of your suffering. Making you believe that there's a chance.
They met during the 7th day of July. When the wind was warm and the sun was high. Nobody knew back then what was to happen, but everything changed that day. Everything.
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Park Yuri -- This photo was the best one I could find that was closest to my description of her. This is for anyone who was wondering what she may look like.
Sunny sunday. Humid sunday. Terribly HOT sunday.
Definitely not the best day of the week to go out jogging alone along the Han river, when the sun was high and the heat being reflected on the waters. You'd be stupid if you think you can actually jog when it feels like you're inside an oven being baked. But that was what he was doing, practically ignoring the heat and running around back and forth trying to get a good workout. Or at least a sweat out. He was certainly succeeding in that. Good thing there weren't too many people around or else they'd see how much sweat he was producing just in that hour of jogging.
He looked around the area to check if there were any good shades to rest on and found the perfect spot, a wooden bench a couple of paces from where he was standing. Nicely enough, the bench was under a tree, not so exposed to the sun. What a blessing he felt. He sat down fanning himself from the heat and closed his eyes, the music from his earphones lulling him to sleep. This is nice. He thought, the wind was warm, humid even but was pleasant enough for him. The sky above was so blue and clear that everything seemed perfect. Even the slight ache in his body from the hour long heat soaked jogging was oddly satisfying that he couldn't help himself fall asleep.
"Yah! What are you doing in my bench!"
Someone was screaming at his ear, shaking his soul off his body with much strength. Damn..what's going on? Who the hell's screaming? He slowly opened his eyes, much tp his annoyance and found that he was staring at the blue sky. Really blue sky. Woah...
"Yah!! I said what are you doing in my bench! Are you deaf or something?"
The blue sky blinked. How odd. He didn't think that the sky could blink. Before he could even register what was happening more shaking occured. That was when he realised that he wasn't looking at the sky, but at the most bluest and beautiful eyes he had ever seen. He blinked, once..twice and scratched his eyes for added effect. He was dumbstruck.
"Blue..." He muttered while frozen in place. The person shaking him stopped and stared at him in disbelief. "Ehh?!"
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