ItI ran as fast as I could, but I couldn't escape it. It had somehow made it into Kanto. I've never seen anything quite like it before. Rumors are going around saying that this thing eats pokemon and takes their bones for nests and clothing. Me? I'm a Pikachu right in the middle of Viridian Forest trying to out-run this thing. How did it even get here? It must have hopped on one of the cargo planes from Unova to Kanto. Why would Arceus punish us? What did we do wrong? I feel childish asking these questions, but I fear for my life. I can't help but prey to Arceus that I make it out alive. I see its face. It looks like a vulture. I'm cornered. I have nowhere to escape to. I try to summon a thunderbolt from my cheeks, but its stare is menacing with promise of death. I knew this was the end. Good bye world for the second time.
RIP Pikachu: 1998-2000
Black and White Cherry Trees "We are different, but we are the same."
The words pounded in my mind.
"We are together, but separate."
I knew those quotes for as long as I could remember, I had so many questions as to why. I ran down to the koi pond in my regular black komodo with hints of white. I wanted to see the koi fish. They always soothed my mind. I really took a liking to the black and white koi. How could such opposites be such great friends? In the black koi, I saw myself. I was always alone and antisocial. In the white koi, I saw my "imaginary" twin. Her name was Yuki. Yuki was my counterpart. Her short blonde hair with blue eyes countered my long black hair with blue eyes. We are different, but the same. My head pounded as I thought of the quote. It was Yuki calling me. Telling me "I'm here! I'm alive!" Yuki 'accidentally' drown when she was swimming with my father and the koi. Every ti