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It is the year 2510 and a war between the known and the unknown had just caused the complete annihilation of a city. For days, you could hear the desolate cries of the residents who could not leave even with the thick smog and rubble littering the streets. Many people died especially the adults who sacrificed their own life to save their children. They heard of a place, a refuge to take their children. It was an abandoned warehouse, in the middle of the city now known as the slums. Among the massive amounts of children ranging from newborn to teenager were five special thinkers who could not bear the thought of ever leaving. All of them, somehow, were connected mind, body and soul. Night after night, they would commune together in the hallway drawing along the paint chipped walls, with an old box of crayons, a vision of their future home would be. The buildings were taller, the homes more lavish and people of all races, all ethnicities, of all cultures would be welcome. Ten years later The headline on the Daily Metro read: Metropolis Cove, a city rebuilt, a society restored.

 
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Posted: Jan 24 2010, 10:26 PM


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Heath nodded. "You're welcome. It was my pleasure, really. You seemed to enjoy all the food and that in turn makes me happy." Sliding out of the chair and standing to his feet, he stretched his body and allowed a yawn to escape.

"I don't mind you waddling but crap, I'd rather be half way passed out on the couch. There's a good game on tonight," he said, waiting for Jillian.
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Jillian
Posted: Jan 24 2010, 10:30 PM


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Jillian's eyes lit up as she too rose from the table. She hadn't been sure if Heath was into watching sports like that and to hear that he was gave her a great idea. "What if we postpone shopping and crash for the game?" she suggested. She really wanted to catch that game and she was oddly reluctant to leave Heath's company just yet.
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Posted: Jan 24 2010, 10:43 PM


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The words sounded like the best stuff on Earth. He wanted that more than anything ... besides the game seemed so promising and he really wanted to watch it.

"That is music to my ears. Let's go. I'm sure we'll only miss fifteen minutes of the game if we leave now," he said, taking the keys out of his pocket and allowing them to jingle in his hand.
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Posted: Jan 24 2010, 10:46 PM


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Jillian grinned. It would be interesting watching a game with Heath, she was sure. "I'm glad we're in agreement because if you'd insisted on shopping...well let's just say it wouldn't have been pretty," she laughed as they exited the restaurant.
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Posted: Jan 24 2010, 10:58 PM


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"Some things take precedent over others. A game definitely is so much better than any shopping trip, even if its for climbing gear. Besides, how often do we or will we have time to enjoy a game on a 40" flatscreen TV. Do you mind coming back to my cabin or ... ?!" He didn't want to push it. "If that's okay with you, I don't mind."
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Posted: Jan 24 2010, 11:01 PM


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"I don't mind," she answered easily. Heath didn't push or coax her into any particular direction and that made her comfortable enough to make the decision to watch the game at his place. Besides, she didn't picture him trying anything. He just didn't seem like that type of guy. But she had been wrong before and if he was, she'd deal with him.
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Posted: Jan 25 2010, 06:00 PM


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Heath appreciated how easily she answered and didn't sound hesitate. He wanted to make her completely comfortable and not worry ... he wasn't that type of guy to begin with.

"Good. We better go then," he urged, excited to see the game.
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"Just try to remember they have speed limits around here," she teased as they walked out into the parking lot and she slipped into the passenger's seat. She was excited, which surprised her because it wasn't strictly about the game. She had a feeling she would enjoy watching the game with Heath as company.
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"Speed limits? What are those? Are they the white signs with the big black numbers?" he questioned teasingly, as he stepped on the gas and zoomed out of his parking spot back to Camp.
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As the self-professed queen of denial, Delaney knew it when she saw it. She also knew to let it stand. Denial had its uses and sometimes it was necessary. Whatever it was Maximo was dealing with it was his business. She already owed him an apology. She wouldn't make another one necessary by pressing where she wasn't welcome.

"I didn't expect to be this hungry, " she said as they walked inside and the scent of food hit her
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The cafe was filled with people, chatting with excitement. It was almost hard to pick out any one conversation, they all melded into one chaotic noise. They made their way to the end of the line where a man attempted to hold onto his child wrestling to be let down, whining and scrunching his freckled face.

When the kid wiggled in his father's arms and turned his face to his shoulder, his eyes met Maximo's. Maximo made a funny face and the toddler gave Maximo a toothy grin, giggling. Curiously, the father turned his head and nodded his thanks at Maximo before taking over to make faces at his child. The toddler giggled in delight and reached with sticky hands to pull at his father's mouth.

With a smirk at the two, Maximo hadn't hear what she said until he turned and caught the end of her sentence, since her mouth moved, voice muted under the noise.

"What was that?" He asked, leaning his and giving her his right ear.
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Posted: Jul 6 2015, 03:52 PM


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Delaney turned her head at Maximo's question and started, not realizing he'd come so close. Her hand came to a butterfly's rest on his shoulder for balance before she drew it back. She didn't touch as a rule. People didn't touch her either. It worked out well. Yet that made twice in as many hours she'd touched him. Clearly the new experience at the park was messing with her head. Or maybe it was the woodsy masculine scent of him. She sighed.

"Nothing, " she finally got out. "I just didn't realize I was so hungry."
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He noticed her pull her hand away but didn't think further than what it was. No point in that. Maximo nodded, leaning back. "Yeah, it normally hits after the pirates' ride or around noon. Hence the packed cafe. We'll eat outside. There's a shaded deck in the back."
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Delaney
Posted: Jul 6 2015, 04:13 PM


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She liked him closer, she realized when he straightened. Then she shook her head at herself and focused on his words. A wistful smile crossed her face when he mentioned the deck. She and her mother had eaten outside all of the time, picnics, dinner in the backyard. She always loved it. It changed when her father moved in but every now and then she snuck her sister out for a picnic, just the two of them.

"I'd like that."
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They didn't speak again until it was their turn to order. Maximo reached for his wallet before he asked for a double cheeseburger, no onions and a side of salt and pepper fries. Then he turned to Delaney, one brow slanted up. "What do you want?" he asked, tugging out the cash note and extended it to the cashier.

Mildly distracted by Delaney's natural beauty, the cashier plucked the bill from Maximo's hand, the other hand poised at the cash register to key in her order.
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