I Blame Myself. For Loosing You.
Dark and cold. The night sky was pitch black. Yet, a magnificent full moon glowed brightly with a white rim in the sky, reflecting itself onto the Stone River. Boats were tied and locked up on the docks. The river looked clear and untouched for once after a busy day by being sliced up by motors. All was quiet, not a person in sight. But, a pair of footprints could be heard, creaking along on the wooden walkway. Blake walked around the docks, taking his nightly stroll with his Umbreon at his side. The GBG Junior always took nightly strolls throughout the city, finding it to be very efficient to his work. Always working in the dark, being easy to sneak around within the cover of shadows. His hands were in both snug in his pant pockets, looking down at the wooden walkway, occasionally lifting his head up to look around, making sure no one was following him. He continued to stroll down one of the docks that brought him to a dead end. Blake stopped his feet from walking as soon as he reached the edge of the walkway. He stood there, staring out into the Stone River, thinking deeply to himself. His Umbreon decided to sit down at Blake's feet, taking a break from walking. He stared deeply out into the lake as well. He looked around, was always on alert, making sure no one would attempt to attack Blake in any way. But, he looked up at Blake, wondering what he was thinking about. Blake brought his gaze up at the moon with his piercing orange/green eyes. He was in deep thought as he was thinking about Michiyo, the woman he loved and cherished more than anyone on this earth. His right hand reached for his neck, slipping down under the top of his shirt and pulled out a black chained necklace that held a black/red diamond ring. "Michi...." He says softly as he stared deeply at the ring, gaining back memories of him and her, remembering how he was going to propose to her with this ring. But, he never got the chance to...Umbreon frowned instantly, his ears flopping down as he watched Blake reveal the necklace that hid under his shirt all this time. Blake's eyes shook softly as he stared at the ring that was settled in the palm of his hand. But after a while, he had enough. There was just too much pain if he looked at it for a long time. The emotions were still fresh within his heart. He closed his eyes and his hand closed up, gripping the ring in his hand tightly, pressing his fist against his chest. His closed eyes narrowed softly as his head hung low. A sudden cool breeze flows past him and his Umbreon. Making his black jacket flow along with the wind. His spiked blonde hair breezing just a tad bit as well.