Kuroko Tetsuya/Reader | EnoughKuroko Tetsuya/Reader | Enough by yoshiina
As the winter deepened, the transparent clarity of your eyes seemed to increase. It was clarity that had nowhere to go. Sometimes you would lock your eyes on him for no apparent reason. You seemed to be searching for something and this gave him a strange, lonely, helpless sort of feeling.
Kuroko searched for the words to fill in the space. There was no way to convey his feelings. He didn't know how to. Aomine has long since left, leaving behind the battered woman he once claimed as his in the arms of his former teammate.
His warmth was not what you needed, but the warmth of someone else. Someone incapable in showing warmth at all. His heart wrenching, Kuroko knew he just wasn't enough.
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Riding a bus, they had reached their destination around 8:10 pm. Kuroko expected Kise's special place to be another restaurant, but with more class and more expensive foods, or a mall where the clothes Kise advertised are sold, or the blonde's modeling station: the Zunon Boy Enterprises building. Kuroko was a little surprised that it was an old, abandoned movie theatre where Kuroko's mother, Hanako, went to see black-and-white movies as a child. This run-down movie theatre was still popular when Kuroko was a kid – he and his mother, together with the rest of Miracles, spent their family nights here to watch movies. But, ever since the owner died and the owner's grandson built a new movie theatre in the Main street, this theatre was deserted and left alone in this shady place where few people ventured into nowadays.
As expected, there were only the two of them at this street. There were a few of other people here –a red-haired high s
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The lights and the sounds immediately caught Kuroko's attention – of course. The bluenet had never thought of Omoide Yokocho as a narrow pathway between compounded shops and stalls that are full of activities and merry noises similar to one in a shopping mall. Red lanterns with kanji letters hung up in front of the stalls and above them as they passed, lighting up the small pathways they walked onto. Different signboards and attractions advertised each shop – these advertisements ranged from simple chalkboard writings of colorful designs to neon signboards too bright for Kuroko's liking. Even though the streets were narrow, it was still wide enough for four or five people to walk side-by-side, and despite the heavy and lively business air around them, no litter or garbage could be seen on the streets. The air was clean and fresh, but it carried the scent of different foods being sold to each shop. It made Kuroko's tummy rumbled a bit.
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When Kuroko was at the train station of Teiko Academy, he expected that he would be the only one riding home. Other students have left earlier and most were attending to their club duties. Everyone was always so busy during their extra-curricular activities because everyone was preparing and proving to the faculty of Teiko Academy that they are more than fit to participate in regional contests and games. The Chess club was hosting weekly games to pinpoint those who would be entering contests. The Arts Club was conducting seminars to its club members about different paintbrush stroking and charcoal sketching techniques to craft vivid and abstract works of art. The soccer club is training, rain or shine, at the field everyday to prepare for the upcoming grand soccer match in Ikebukuro three weeks from now. They were going to avenge their loss last year.
And of course, the Basketball club is training three hours (one hour in the morning, two ho
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