This is my third entry to the holiday fanfiction event that is going on. This story stars Teen Top as the main characters in this story, since I didn't feel like they didn't get any entries yet.
I hope you all enjoy reading this fanfic as much as I enjoyed writing it, and if you aren't familiar with Teen Top then please check out their music!! They've been around for awhile, but they're still kind of underappreciated.
This story looks long, but it's actually the shortest I've written so far. It just looks long cause of all the dialog I put into it.
I really, really hope more of you guys enter a fanfic into this contest!! There are so little people entering this contest, so it would mean the world to me if you guys entered into this contest. I'm only writing so many fanfics because I only entered one last time, and I have a lot of story ideas cX
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Hope you all enjoy this angsty holiday themed fanfiction with Teen Top~ ^-^
Snow pushed and pulled me in every direction. I fought my way through the icy wind that threatened to push me over and bury me in the snow forever, but I wouldn’t let it. Trees were hidden in the white, and the howl of the storm was all that I could hear. I clutched at my white coat that was my only protection against the icy darkness. I glanced down at the snow globe that I held in my hand. Inside was a small gray castle that was surrounded by floating balls of fake snow. I wish this storm was fake too.
“Ahh come on. Why do you keep insisting on going?” said Ricky, who had just appeared beside me. The snow seemed to pass right through him as he seemed to float above the ground, just like a ghost of some sort. Perfectly unaffected by anything going on around him. “Come on, just stop and go back,” he wailed.
“Ya, listen to Ricky. At least he knows that what you’re doing is stupid,” whined C.A.P, who had appeared on my left side just as Ricky disappeared. He was also transparent and floating, just like Ricky.
I tried to bury myself even lower in my jacket, but nothing worked. I held the snow globe close to my chest and tried to ignore the words coming from their mouths.
“You’ll never make it,” sighed Changjo, shaking his head. “There’s no way, and even if you did then nothing’s going to change.
“I’m almost there,” I started to mumble under my breath. “I’m almost there. I’m almost there, just a little bit further.”
“But you’re not almost there!” cried Niel, floating almost inches away from. “That’s what we’re trying to tell you!”
“Please,” begged L.Joe, who placed his hand on my arm. I shivered even more from his contact. It was like he was there. “We’ll still love you no matter what. Nothing’s going to change that. Just stop.”
“Listen to us,” said Ricky, appearing on my other side and placing his hand on my arm just as L.Joe disappeared. “We love you so much. Don’t keep torturing yourself over this.”
“I’m almost there. I’m almost there. I’m almost there,” I mumbled even faster, shutting my eyes and clutching the snow globe as if my life depended on it. “I’m so close. I just know it!”
“Stop it! Look at what you’re doing to yourself!” shouted C.A.P over the ferocious wind and snow. “You’re going to hurt yourself over what? Nothing! Literally nothing!”
“I have to get there. I need to get there,” I whispered, my lips turning icy making it hard to speak.
“Come on now. Let’s just put this behind us and go back to what we had before,” said Changjo, hope filling his voice. “Doesn’t that sound better than what you’re doing now?”
“Ya, that sounds like a great idea,” said Niel, putting his arm around my shoulder. His skin felt so real and cold. “We love you, and nothing’s going to change that. So let’s just go and be together. Nothing that you think you’ll find will ever give you exactly what you actually want.”
That’s when I saw it. A grand castle loomed over me. It’s color and texture were perfectly matching to the small castle that resided within the snow globe that I held.
“There it is,” I whispered, but as I repeated this over and over again my voice got louder until I was screaming, “There it is!”
I forced my tired legs to push even faster against the snow, until I felt like I was gliding over the white ocean of soft ice. I pushed and I pushed until my whole body was screaming right alongside with me. “There it is. There it is. There it is!”
“Stop! Turn back before it’s too late!” screamed L.Joe, but I couldn’t hear him. I didn’t want to hear him. “Please listen to me! I love you so much!” No matter what he said, I shut out his words and ignored him. I was only interested in the castle before me.
Finally, after what felt like hours I had made it to the castle’s front doors. L.Joe had disappeared as soon as I had stopped running. My body felt a bit warmer from all that running, but the cold still threatened to consume me. I pulled on the large door knob, but the doors wouldn’t budge no matter how hard I pulled.
“Wow, the doors are never locked,” I softly chuckled. I pulled the chain that hung around my neck out from the inside of my jacket. On the necklace hung a small grey key. Then all five of the boys appeared around me
“You made the wrong choice. You went down the wrong path,” said Ricky, staring at me as if I had walked into the battlefield.
“We love you so much. We would give up our lives for you,” said C.A.P, bowing his head.
“But we should’ve known that there was no chance to stop you,” sighed Changjo, gazing sadly at me.
“Just remember, that no matter what happen we’ll always love you,” smiled Niel.
“But he’ll never listen. He’ll never forgive you. Not for what you did to him,” said L.Joe, his eyes full of sadness.
I turned away from them and stuck the key in the lock, but just as I was about to turn the key they all said at the same time, “We love you.”
I shifted the key and pulled the doors open and stepped inside. The room was very large and empty. The walls were bare and white, just like the snow outside. The only things that were in the room were five statues that stood in the center of the room, and at the very back, towering over the statues, was a throne that had another frozen statue resting on it.
I started walking to the center of the room, passing by each statue on the way there. I looked at each individual statues faces. One statue was Ricky, another was C.A.P, then Changjo, Niel, and finally L.Joe. Not even a breath of air rustled their bodies as frost and crystals completely covered them, making their skin the color of nothing. Of ice. Their frozen eyes were sad and lifeless.
I got to the center of the room and looked up at the frozen figure sitting on the throne. He looked just like the others: lost, distant, and cold. His name was Chunji.
I knelt on the frost covered ground and bowed my head until it touched the ground. Then I began to weep, “I’m sorry Ricky! I’m sorry C.A.P! I’m sorry Changjo! I’m sorry Niel! I’m sorry L.Joe! And I am so sorry Chunji! Please, please forgive me! I don’t know what I would do without any of you! Without you Chunji! Please, oh please tell me you’ll forgive me for what I have done! Please just listen to me! I love you.”
The sound of ice crackling made me look up at the throne. Chunji began to crack and shake as the ice began to melt and break. His limbs began to move and his head reared up as his whole body snapped and cracked. Once the ice had completely broken, he turned to look at me. Once our eyes met, the sadness in his washed away and left behind cold, piercing ones. He stood up from his throne and began to walk down the steps, his white clothes flowing around him.
“Chunji...” I started to say, but he held his hand up for me to stop.
“No, I don’t want to hear another word come out of your mouth again,” he said, his voice so cold and mean. “You can’t love us all. You have to pick only one.”
“But how can I?” I sobbed, throwing myself at his feet. “I love you all so much! I can’t just pick one of you!”
“Then you can’t have any of us!” he snapped, taking a step back from me. His eyes full of disgust. “You can’t have all of us. You can only have one! So make your decision or else you’ll lose us all!”
More sounds of ice breaking and shattering was heard behind me and as I swung my head around I saw the other five moving and breathing once again. But instead of happiness or even sadness in their eyes, their faces held only anger and hatred.
I crawled toward them, but they all turned away from me so that their backs faced me.
“Ricky, please, I love you. Why can’t you see that?” I cried, but he ignored me. They all ignored me.
“C.A.P, just listen to me! Please tell me that you’ll forgive me...”
“Changjo....Please....I beg of you. I love you, and I know that you love me too.”
“Niel, you said you would always love me, no matter what happens. So why are you doing this?”
“L.Joe, please. Just look at me. Just listen to me. Please.”
But no matter what I said, none of them would listen to me. No matter how much tears fell from my face, or how many times I told them how I felt about each of them.
“Please, Chunji,” I whimpered, turning to face him. He was the only one who would look at me, but his eyes only held hatred. “Don’t let me choose. I love you. I love you all so much. I don’t want to ever not love any of you, so I could never choose just one of you. I love you all too much to do that.”
But not even Chunji would say another word. None of them would listen. I sighed and stood up, wiping the tears from my eyes.
“That’s fine. Don’t say anything,” I said, smiling softy. “I’ve said all that I can. I doubt that there’s anything that I could say that would make you guys listen to me, but that’s okay. I love you all, so I’m not going to choose just one of you. I choose you all, and I’m going to love others. My heart is big enough for more. I have room to love more that just one.”
I picked up the snow globe that I had placed on the ground and held it in one hand. I lifted the snow globe, like I was about to give it to Chunji. He stared at the snow globe in confusion, but once he realized what I was doing his eyes went wide.
“I love you all so much.”
The snow globe slipped from my fingers and fell in slow motion. Chunji opened his mouth to scream something, but his words were lost. The whole kingdom started to turn to ice as the snow globe fell. I watched as Ricky, C.A.P, Changjo, Niel, L.Joe, and Chunji turn to ice from their toes to their heads. And once the snow globe touched the ground, it shattered, and so did the castle and the six boys.
“So, what happened to the girl?” asked a young girl. She was standing in a small antique shop and was staring at the section that was covered in snow globes of different sizes. One had specifically caught her attention: a snow globe that had six statues surrounding a woman in white. She had asked the shopkeeper about it and he had told her the story behind the snow globe.
“Well, after she had turned the boys to ice and then shattered them she left. She moved on. She found others to fall in love with,” he said, nonchalantly. “But to be honest, I don’t think she actually loved anyone. How could she? Her heart was frozen and her tears were made of ice. Someone like that could never truly love anyone.”
The girl smiled and brushed her fingers against the snow globe. The touch of her skin made the glass start to crack.
“That’s not true, I love everyone.”
Hehe, that's more like it Cx Dark and sad. I love it!!
The next ones I write will be more like this one, maybe even darker. Like I said, I'm now really just writing all these stories for the fun of it.
If I finish them on time I guess they'll be entered into the contest, but I'm more looking forward to your guys' entries.
I've written my fanfictions, so why don't you guys?
I'm looking forward to writing more fanfictions for this event and I'm excited to read the other entries.
Happy holidays everyone~^^
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