APH - Kingdom Come PT 7“Hey, you idiot, you have to wake up!”
Something hit his head.
Prussia cracked open his red eyes. They were dull with sleep. He held his body still, realizing he was on the edge of his bed and ready to tip off, with his arm against his head hanging off the bed at an odd angle.
So it wasn’t Holy Rome hitting his head with a pillow again, like before? Like a long time ago?
Yet another form shadowed him, something only he could see.
“I would like for you to just go away, you know?” the albino hissed.
The clone snickered. “So you think today is another normal day?”
“I know it isn’t, arschloch.” Prussia muttered, rolling over on the bed before swinging his legs over the edge. He ran a hand through his soft silvery hair with a look of thought taking over his once peaceful-during-sleep face.
“He’s coming back today…” he whispered, while the young clone remained floating there.
APH - The HolidaysAPH - THE HOLIDAYS
Ludwig was staring out the window, chin resting on his palm, with a tired and upset gleam in his blue eyes. His fingertips brushed tips of hair that had long fallen out of the slicked-back form he liked it in. He focused on a snowflake amongst millions, waiting for it to get lost from his vision as the wind carried it.
The child was waiting.
It was Christmas, to put it simply. Outside there was a good layer of snow, and millions of footprints to show he had played in the white stuff that littered his yard earlier that day before it grew dark. If it wasn’t the moon or street lamps, porch lights, or car lights giving off a dazzling pathway, it was the wonderfully decorated lights adorning every exterior of each house, including Ludwig’s. The snow was still falling gently, to cover up the small footprints made that day and await for new ones. Ludwig wasn’t waiting for Santa Claus, as he learned the name to be long ago, or presen