It's extremely tame and there's only a few iffy sentences, but I thought a warning should be in place anyway. If enough people say I should remove it, I will.
Anyway, this takes place about two years after Jensen was pressured into joining his father's squad. All his life, he, like his father, has been told that you can't just be your best...you have to be the best. And to be the best, you have to focus all your attention on training and studies. And you can only do fun things if training's involved. It's one of the reasons Leroy's ex left him. Since Leroy disapproves of his son having any relationships until he's a Commander himself, Jensen has to do what all imprisoned teenagers must do: Rebel!
And that's just what he does. In this little scenario, he's been secretly going out with this girl for a while now. Her identity isn't important and it doesn't matter how they met. It'll most likely end up like all the other relationships he's had. Leroy always seems to find out and stop it before it goes too far. He just wasn't quick enough this time, but he's gonna' beat the crud out of Jensen when he does find out. And he will.
P.S: The story on Plutonis is that it was Pluto's sun at one point until the Pluuznos accidently shot it to the other end of the galaxy where it became Irk's moon, thus killing off their own kind as it became too cold to exist upon. Self-Critique
I hope the clichés don't rot your brain, but my only background knowledge comes from whatever I've seen on TV or read in books. I like this little story though. It's probably the most romantical thing I've ever written, which also made it the most awkward thing I've ever written. I really wanted to focus more on the beauty of it than the actual actions, and I think I did okay with that. Sorry if it feels rushed because of that. As for dialogue, it wasn't needed. I thought it would take away from what I was going for. And I actually made an effort on describing scenery. I only ever add details like that if it helps the story in any way. It's why you don't get to know who the girl is. Oh, and check out mah symbolism, hehe. I didn't make the moonlight purple for any special reason, but then I remembered that purple is supposed to induce such things as creativity and imagination (romance if it's light purple), which is why I chose the title I did. I like the ending. Invader Zim
© Jhonen Vasquez
Jensen, Leroy, the girl, Plutonis, Pluuznos, the story © Me