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A Sunflower's Tears
JayBird -- Angst/Romance -- Posted: 04/07/2008 -- Updated: 26/09/2012
A/N: Sorry its been so long since the last chapter! Also, i've changed my name -- I'm now JayBird, not Huinesoren. Write it down in your diaries!!!


Acacia pulled out her bow and shot the SO in the head!!!!! But a pink and purple glow appeared around Jaycacia and the arrow stopped in mid air, with sparks flying up and down it. "I can't let you do that, mother," the young girl said, standing her ground in front of Acacia.

The Assassin snarled a snarl of purest rage. "You think you can defy me?!?!" she bellowed, ignoring Jay, who let out a squeak and tried to burrow under the SO's desk. "I have more power than you can possibly imagine, little girl." She unstrung her bow (A/N can you do that??) and held the wooden bit up in her hand. "You think this is a bow?" she demanded. "I suppose you imagined I trained to achieve my perfect aim?"

"I never really thought about it," Jaycacia said blandly. "But whatever it is, you may not use it to harm my mother -- or the SO."

"Who's going to stop me?" Acacia demanded. "You? You, little girl with no clothes? No weapons? You have nothing." She pointed the bow at her daughter and sighted along it.

Jaycacia did not even look embarrassed. "I don't need clothes to stand up to you," she said in a strong voice, "nor weapons. I have power."

"AND SO DO I!" Acacia shouted. From the tip of the bow a bolt of black light shot out, crossing the room in a flash and tearing into Jaycacia's chest.

Noooooooooooo! The SO exclaimed. Jaycacia, no!

Acacia Byrd turned, smiling cruelly. "Youre next, flower," she said, and sighted along her bow.


"No, don't tell me."

Acacia blinked, stopping at the foot of Jay's bed. "You're awake? I thought you were asleep!"

"I've been watching the calendar," Jay replied, sitting up and opening her eyes. "I knew you'd be along soon, Acy. Jaycacia again?"

"You're taking all the fun out of this," Acacia complained, holding up a sheet of paper. "And you're not even in this chapter."

"New chapter rather than new story?" Jay asked. Acacia nodded. "That's a new one for her. Who was the author, again?"

"Someone named Huinesoron," Acacia supplied. "Or at least, she was called that... she changed her name."

"Oh?" Swinging her legs over the side of the bed, Jay rubbed her eyes to clear them. "What to?"

"You'll see when you read it," Acacia promised. "But first... coffee?"