You did-ZaDr Dib looked up to the sky, but he never saw what he hoped he would. He always saw just the bleak emptiness of space. He never saw the tell tale voot cruiser coming down to rescue him from the earthly hell.Kiatonasy
It was always the same, he'd come to the glade where Zim had left and would stare at the stars all night. It was a habit a need.
When Zim had left him, he'd said 'Wait a year Dib-human, and every day after that look into the stars, I'll be there to save you someday.' But where was the irken now? Where was he and why wasn't he there with Dib?
The human lowered his gaze to the grass, running his fingers through the soft blades. The spot where he and Zim had found love together...where they had vowed to stay together. Dib bit his bottom lip clutching at the grass, 'but where is the love now?' h
Crazy -ZADR-I do not own Invader Zim in any shape, form or fashion. Jhonen Vasquez (I probably butchered his name >>;; ) owns all Invader Zim rights. I've simply written a ZADR fan-fiction, that he would totally disapprove of, and probably sicken at the very mention of it. I apologize for my improper use of grammar, and my OOC. In any case I hope you enjoy.Faust-Hiwatari
Dib sat patiently in his desk, hearing nothing. Nothing but the nailing of millions of raindrops fiercely landing simultaneously onto the blacktop outside. Dib's warm breath collided with the eerily frigid air that lingered in Mrs. Bitter's classroom as thoughts ran through his mind. The Silence echoed throughout the room. Quietness seemed to ring out so intensely that if someone were to cause the slightest bit of disturbance that it would cause insanity, and chaos to break loose.
Glancing adjacent from his current position Dib viewed the green creature that posed as a student. This caused a slight squeaking noise. Dib winced in fear of attract
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