Twisted Part 1There was a human nail stuck in one of the crevices of the carriage door. That was one of the first things that caught my attention when I woke up. It was a long trip, Walkman's was quite a distance from anywhere and slipping in an out of a rocky, shallow slumber was the only entertainment I had. Well I guess I could venture from my curled up position in the corner again but to do what? Stare out the barred window at empty countryside or play count the claw marks on the door and walls. No my corner was safe and semi-comfortable, well for the time being any way.
My head hit the wall behind me with a cracking thud as the carriage drove over a rather large bump in the road. Hissing with frustrated pain I ran fingers through my shaggy black hair to check if any damage was done. No blood to be found. I was fine, but the continuous throbbing of the back of my scalp drove me to rub my head several times in a vain attempt to make myself feel better. Of course it did nothing but remind me how m
The Fox and Bird -Kisune 2:1-It was one of those warm, humid days were even the wind did nothing to quench the beating heat. A travelling sweat drop trickled its way down Kitsune's temple as she lay coiled in the long, parched grass. She had been there for hours. The sun, which heated the dark material of her loose blouse, caused her skin to sizzle beneath her clothes. It was an unpleasant feeling, its discomfort followed by the lack of sensation she was experiencing from the waist down. Even her occasional squirm, did nothing but cause her muscles and joints to ache from lack of use. It had been hours. Hours of waiting for her hit of the day. She had been planning this kill for the last two days, working out her victim's routine and habits in order to pick the perfect moment to execute her orders.
Today's job was simple and one she had carried out dozens of times throughout her career as an assassin. Someone had seen too much and now they had to disappear. And with the right connections and money it was just a ca