Find her, find her, find her, that panicked voice in my head repeated over and over again. My hair flipped around my face, streaks of gold cutting in and out along my eye sight. Find her now Tamaki, the voice cried. My feet ached each time they strummed against the cold tile floor. Tears were forming in the corner of my eyes as the ice cold air stung them. Cutting out the glass doors I stretched my stride and dashed through the rose garden. The twins stared at me with wide eyes as I rushed past; panting with every gliding step I took.
“Tamaki!” I heard them yell, but they were out of sight within seconds. She left without me; pain ran through me, as the image of brown eyes flashed through my vision. Darting past people, occasionally knocking shoulders together, I flashed around the block corner. My adrenaline coursed through my veins even thicker, my speed increasing for the fourteen block dash to the port. I know I let my temper flare, but why Haruh