Kirito Miristioma District Eleven [F.I.N] Dec 14, 2014 20:28:35 GMT -5
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Fifteen years ago two baby boys were born together on the same day within the sanctioned walls of District Eleven. Their parent's eyes wet with glistening tears of joy as they took their first breaths. Both of these children shared the same face and body as they were deemed identical twins. Yet each one was given their own name for it is known that twins often don't have the same personalities. The first boy who's cries were powerful and his size quite a bit larger was named Ikaia. The second boy who's cries were quiet and who's body was small was named Kirito. This is where the journey of life for the twin boys of the Miristioma family began, where I began.
Today my name is still that of Kirito, yet much has changed since the day of my birth. Besides growin' older, bigger, an' still lookin' identical to my brother, we have faced a lot together. Our first major obsticle in life we had to encounter together was that of our family's poverty. The Miristiomas have never been a wealthy family, yet we ain't as poor as we could be. With our Pa working day in an' out in the fields and our Ma being a seamstress, we had a decent life. Still, there were many nights we were left hungry and many chillin' evenings we spent shiverin'. However, it was during these times both my brother an' I came together. When the heat would fade we would huddle an' sleep together for warmth. When our stomachs were so left practically empty we would tell each other funny stories to keep our minds off its growls of attention. It was an' still is thanks to these things my brother an' I share such a close bond.
Our biggest trial together though began when we were eight years old. I remember the day as though it really was just yesterday. Ikaia an' I were out slumin' around together. The heat was so intense that sweat drenched our clothes an' the grass beneath our feet snapped with every step we did take. Ikaia was laughin' as he climbed up a nearby tree as I watched him from the swelterin' dirt. That was when I hurd the yellin' an' screamin' of a nearby circle o' folks. Hastily Ikaia climbed down an' we hustled on over to the crowd. There we saw Pa lyin' on the ground, his face red as a fresh strawberry and his chest as still as a rock. We kept hollerin' out his name but he never replied. Then before long the men in white dragged Pa away from us. It was then that we knew Pa was dead. Even to this day I still miss'em with every bone in my body but I know I can never bring'em back.
Yet that wasn' even the worst of it, more came after that day. Two years later Ma started gettin' real sick an' the apothecaries couldn' tell what was wrong with her. I began worryin' that we was gonna lose our Ma too. However, that was when I found a way I could help Ma and our now money strugglin' family. I became an apothecary's student an' I did learn all I had to so I could become one myself. I had always wanted to be an apothecary anyway so I thought why not now? So after 'bout a year of traini' I was my own apothecary. Strange as it was to be one so young I started only on my Ma. Yet as I grew older many workers Ikaia worked with in the fields would come ask for help. So now a days while Ikaia works in the fields I work as an apothecary at our house treatin' Ma and other folks who need help.
As for myself now a days well I am 'bout five foot five inches off the ground. I weigh 'bout 125 pounds if I were to reckon' since we sadly don' have a scale. I typically wear short sleeve red shirts since them are the only two short shirts I have. I also wear tan cargo shorts as Ma calls em. Along with some filthy white sneakers. Other than that I usually wear tan gardening gloves on my hands an' a tan scarf over my mouth an nose when seein' sick folks.
More 'bout me specifically is well I do have lively light brown eyes that match my nice brown hair. I have a purty small mouth and lips, or so my brother tells me. He also tells me that I have small ears and eyes too. Oh an' both my brother an' I have a nice mole above our left eyebrow. An' um, lets see, ah I know! I a deep jagged scar on my stomach from where I did fall on a cactus with no shirt on. Man that was one heck of a painful day that is for sure. Now I suppose y'all want to know some personal stuff 'bout me an' I guess I'll share but ya better not mention it to nobody!
First of all, I am a very, very shy and soft spoken persun. Ya see I never talk to nobody unless I havta. Like I only ever talk to my Ma, Ikaia, an my patients. I don' know why I feel like I can talk to my patients, but I just feel different when someone needs help. Its as though I can put my shyness aside an' just focus on em. However, this is the only time I talk to other people. I don' even have any friends because I never speak to nobody outside of my family. Due to this I am probably over reliant on my brother.
Secund of all, I am a very passionate person accordin' to Ma and Ikaia. They say whenever I really care 'bout something I really devote myself to it. Like healin' for example, I put all other things aside to make others better. Includin' the very shyness that keeps me from talkin' to other folks. My brother also says I am very passionate about him an' our relationship. Ya see me an my brother love each other more than just brothers. We love, love each other an' want to be together forever. I always cook for him an' do nice things for him and he does nice things back. I don' know why it is like this 'tween us but it is probably 'cause of how close we our and how shy I am 'round folks.
Last of all, Ima very sensative persun overall. I always get embaraced over small things I do wrong. Also I always take things persuns critique me on very persunally. Yet my Ma says this ain't such a bad thing. She says it makes me care for others more which is why I am such a good healer. She also says it makes me who I am, an' that makes me smile. So I know my life ain't normal an' it ain't what it probably should be but I am happy with it anyway. 'Cause 'bove all things, this life I'm livin' makes me who I wanna be.