Mood Stripes 176: Staggered

Disclaimer: I do hereby disclaim all rights and responsibilities for the characters in this audacious adventure… especially for the one who’s subject to moods. A nod of recognition is bent towards Rumiko Takahashi for her creative prowess.

Chapter 176: Staggered

Although she couldn’t possibly go back to sleep, Kagome stayed where she was, tucked up against Sesshoumaru, trying to make sense of her own moods.

She wished she could check her colors. That might make them easier to chart.

Was she mint? Or a middling blue?

Maybe this was more of a pink situation. Yes, she could definitely be all kinds of pink, especially the deep rosy hues leading to magenta.

Was this really Sesshoumaru? Maybe Kohaku had known, but she was quietly staggered. And intrigued by this glimpse of a Sesshoumaru she hadn’t known before—private and intensely personal.

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Original Posting Date: July 24, 2020
Prompt: Mint, suggested by Sylv
Words: 100

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Summary: In the aftermath of the Final Battle, the victors lick their wounds and look ahead. However, a misspent wish on the Shikon-no-Tama changes minds, hearts, fates… and colors. SK. Canon Divergence. [Hurt/Comfort, Romance] Begins here. To scroll through archived chapters, use the Mood Stripes tag. And you’re always welcome to suggest a prompt.

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4 thoughts on “Mood Stripes 176: Staggered

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  2. The clue bird is hatching. Kagome is always so sweetly oblivious at times and then extremely astute. I think it’s one of her more endearing traits. Lovely chapter.

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  4. kagome needing her own color chart to check how she’s feeling is…honestly such a mood LOL i, too, wish i could just look down at my wrist and decipher my emotions 😭

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