Nowhere Kids

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“We are the people that you hate. We are the bastards that you created. A generation with no place, a generation of all your sons and daughters.” Smile Empty Soul

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Aver looked at Analisa from the corner of his eye, mildly chuckling when she smiled. That's right, there were one or two people that somewhat understood his path of thought. In the end however, there was really no one to help him where he needed it. One thing bothered him however as he thought back on her words. "In a way it does...You get to see something you've been wanting to see for a long time." Something in the sentence troubled him a bit more than he originally noticed. Why was he wanting to see something like the sky, what built the craving? The only way to see it, was to leave the labs, leave the home they all knew. Perhaps this was the Nowhere Kid's train of thought.

No, there was something wrong with his train of thought. He shouldn't be sympathizing the Nowhere Kids, nor should he try to understand them. They just had to capture the escapees and return back home. That was their reasoning, that is why they had this freedom. "Since night is coming, we should probably begin to head out soon. Serenity's planning can not go to waste." He forced another smile as he looked to her completely. "Besides, we are in debt to the scientists. We might as well give them the one thing they want, right?" Then again, this was the same thought that made him push through everything they wanted.

Aver stood up, brushing himself off before offering a hand to help Analisa up. "If you ever need anything, just come talk to me alright?" His usual smile was replaced by a small grin. "We can talk things out, like a sister to a sister." He felt a twinge inside of himself, he hated the idea of keeping secrets. But he didn't want an uncomfortable aura developing. Nor, did he want to think of greater events. "Let's hurry, we don't want to make the others wait."