The Little Flower.The little flower
With her skin so fair
And two lilies in her hair.
She believed him when he lied.
Oh this little flower
She never knew she had the power,
To think, to feel
To be like her sister, and heal.
This little girl
Her head is in a whirl.
All these knew things she doesn't understand
No longer her father's right hand.
One by one, the stars blink out
The little flower, lost in doubt.
Her world has lost it's sun,
Now she's the only one.
"Take them with you," Daddy says,
And the little flower, will wither and lose her hue,
Much to her dismay, she she reflects to time lost in the rain.
Tarzan: Crossover Style! Chapter EightTarzan: Crossover Style!
Chapter Eight: Strangers Like Me
(I do not, nor will I EVER, own Inuyasha, One Piece, Bleach, or Tarzan. They all belong to their respective owners.)
A movie projector was suddenly turned on. Kagome decided that it was time to teach Inuyasha about humans...and the world beyond the country of Zou.
Naraku sat in a chair, smoking from a pipe, not amused in the slightest.
Inuyasha, eager to know more about their technology, stuck his head out at the screen. At that moment, Kagome showed a slide of a Gorilla Mink.
Whatever you do,
I'll do it too
Show me everything and tell me how
At that moment, Kagome showed a slide of a man, and Inuyasha copied the same pose as him.
It all means something
And yet nothing to me
Next, Kagome showed a slide of a jungle. Inuyasha reached out to touch it, only to jump back when Kagome showed a slide of the city of Tokyo. Next, the junior high school student s
Tarzan: Crossover Style! Chapter SevenTarzan: Crossover Style!
Chapter Seven: Meeting Inuyasha
(I do not, nor will I EVER, own Inuyasha, One Piece, or Tarzan. They all belong to their respective owners.)
The following morning at the campsite, Kagome was drawing a picture of Inuyasha on the chalkboard to show her grandfather.
"He doesn't really stand upright," she explained, "his spine kind of arches and he sits down like a dog."
"Interesting," Professor Higurashi nodded, "tell me more!"
"He walks like us, but most of the time he walks like a dog." Kagome added.
She crouched down on all fours like a dog.
"See? Like this," she spoke.
"Yes, I see that," Professor Higurashi noted, slowly getting down on all fours, as well.
Nearby, Naraku was shaving his face, only to roll his eyes at Kagome and Professor Higurashi's antics.
"Oh, and he has absolutely NO respect for personal space," Kagome pointed out.
"What do you mean?" Professor Higurashi inquired.
"He was THIS close, Grandpa!" Kagome answered, getting in her grandfat