Lioness sat by the window edge looking out into the night watching the rain drip down the pane. She held her knees in her hands and watched the rain slow down to a drizzle through the light on the street. She sighed to herself worried about shark. Her eyes looked off into the distance ignoring the shadow appearing next to her.
Dont worry lioness, Axel told her leaning his back against the wall in front of her. Shark will be back,
Lioness looked up and smiled trying to sound happy as she spoke.
Ya I hell have to if he wants to fix up his bike, I cant think of any other place that would know Mr. lees technology,
Axel smiled and pushed off the wall heading back across the living room to where king and hawk were. Lioness looked back out the window. Im not worried about him not coming back, I just dont know what to say when he comes back. Lioness shook her head. Sorry is all if have to say, why am I getting all worked up about it? Lioness quickly jumped to her feet and dove her hands down in the green pockets of her pants. She watched the floor as she paced the living room until Mr. Lee was heard through kings computer.
Alright team, Paine has been sighted at an abandoned warehouse down by the river.
Every one from lioness to hawk glanced at each other.
Got it ML, axel replied, gear it up team,
Lioness glanced at axel in front of her as the drizzling rain hit her. The wind whipped past them as they headed for the warehouse which they had stumbled upon before.
What about shark, she asked through her communicator.
Ill tell him to meet us there, was his response as everyone turned and hawk soared from above.
Shark raced through the streets feeling much better from before letting the soft pat of rain sooth his heart and mind.
I guess I should go back now, he said to himself watching the street lights fly past one by his thoughts broke as he heard axels voice come in through his helmet.
Shark, Paines been sighted at the broken down warehouse by the river, well meet you there.
Shark slightly flinched closing his eyes, fixing his gaze ahead of him. His hands clenched on the handle bar before he revved the engine and sped up down the road. See ya there Axe-man, shark out,
Shark leaned harder against the bike before taking a sharp turn down the road. He looked ahead and saw the bridge, the water rippling from the rain. He stopped and scratched his helmet.
Dude I forgot the bridge was out.Shark sat there for a minute before kicking back up and going the way he came trying to find a different route.
I hope I wont be to late for the party, he said before disappearing down the road.
Well here ya go, I will probably end the story soon since i’m kind of losing intrest in it. But the good news is i’m going to write another one about sharkness. (Yeah i made that up, catchy right?) So when this one is done i’ll start on that one.
Thanks for the reviews!