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"Why won't you tell me?"
He watched her quietly before sighing.
"What makes it so difficult?"
He looked over at her, his words hesitant.
"Why do my words hurt you? If it means nothing, then why do they hurt you?"
"It's pretty easy to...
He raised an eyebrow at her.
"I'm perfectly fine. I can figure it isn't real."
She peered around his arm at the pasta.
"Do you like...
He didn't say anything, his gaze ahead.
She got one out, handing it to him.
He wasn't expecting a good reaction, but he also wasn't expecting it to be quite so.. disappointing. He withdrew into himself, going to the door....
He hesitated slightly.
"I know. But the thing is.. It was telling me to do things."
She watched from aside, her gaze curious.
He frowned, looking at the ground.
"I.. see. Well, don't worry. I do like you."
She nodded, standing beside him and watching.
He watched her curiously.
She set the items on the counter.
"It's alright," he reassured. "No need to worry."
She looked surprised, getting the ingredients.
"Really? That's all?"
He wasn't sure how the aching feeling was worse than the thoughts in the first place. He shook his head, waving it off.
"It's alright. I just...
His brows were furrowed and he was watching her.
"I'm not thinking straight.. Maybe we should go."
"Will you teach me?"
He reached up, running a hand through his hair. These thoughts, though repeating in his mind, were foreign. He was never so forward with his ideas...
Levy felt strange about these unfamiliar urges prodding in his mind. He looked looked over at her, hesitating.
He seemed a little unsure...
He was quiet, afraid to move. He didn't say anything.
She nodded, getting to work.
He glanced over at her.
"Yeah. That would be nice."
"You can boil the noodles while I start the sauce."
He was watching the sky, his gaze thoughtful.
"No, not really."
"It's more fun with other people. Would you like to help?"
"I don't remember the last night I saw the stars clearly," he told her honestly.
"I do," she explained, taking out the ingredients. "But...
He took his food and leaned back as well, looking up.
She looked back at him with a grin.
"I like cooking for other people. It gives me a...
He looked a little surprised but stepped out, going to the hood.
She seemed to be excited doing such a simple task. It wouldn't be hard to...