Hikari Okami: Kitsune Series


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In one of the rooms a kitsune with pointed ears sticking out from long hair of platinum lavender hue, with matching eyes of dark piercing pupils having razor sharp claws that seem to extend from slim well tended hands, dressed in pink and gray flowery pattern kimono with feet clad in a geta “wooden slippers” for hidden within layers of kimono was a specially made sensu “hand fan”.
The kitsune seem to be lying on a well made multicolor futon that was lying over the tatami “floor” while sipping sake from a sakazuki “wine cup” as his eyes lazily followed the movement of his companion watching her head slight bent while playing on the koto with her finger tips dancing all over the strings causing the room to become alive with notes which seem to emanate from the instrument, Kayo was one of the few yokai with delicate feminine features closely resembling those of a human with silken raven hair held in a finely crafted kanzashi “hair pin” and soft eyes the color of sapphire for she was dressed in flowery red, black, yellow and blue yukata with well tended slightly long claws whose feet were clad in white sock and geta.
After a while her fingers stopped playing as she raised her head and turned to her patron “Please Hikari-sama forgive me if you could be so kind, I would like to change my clothing so that I can always look my best for you”
“Do as you wish, for I do not see the need for you to change what you are wearing but if it would please you then get on with it” as he dismissed her with his hand.
Standing up from the small wooden stool she was sitting on, slowing bowed her head to him as she said “Please excuse me Hikari-sama I’ll be back very soon”
Hikari watched as she left the room while he allowed his mind to be filled with the thought of his family, he remembered not seen Taiki in almost three seasons the only ones that were within reach was Ayumu and Himiko who were always busy with so many duties.
Thinking back he remembered his friend Ritsu-no-kami of the Inari Shrine who had promised to pay him a visit but he hadn’t seen him in almost a season. “Was life as guardian of the humans that hard?” He wondered within himself, not too long after a familiar presence was felt in the room.
“Hikari-sama haven’t I told you to always put up a barrier, you never know where your enemies may attack from” said a yokai with hair of golden hue streaked with a hint of brown with length reaching half of his back having eyes of emerald hue which was filled at the moment with amusement having well trimmed claws protruding from his hands, dressed in plain kimono of inner white and outer blue color.
“Ritsu I just thought of you not too long before you appeared before me, be rest assured for I never leave myself unguarded unlike some”
“As a friend I’m just showing my concern for you, now let me come to the main reason why I’m here for words have reached me that your mother wants you to take over from her as the supreme leader, is that true?” Ritsu-no-kami asked as he watched his friend closely for any sign that he may be hiding something from him.
“Mother is yet to tell me that, although words also have reached me about it but for now I just want to see it as mere idle talk”
As Ritsu-no-kami was about to speak they heard a knock at the door as a voice spoke “Sorry for the disturbance but I have an urgent message for Hikari-sama from Chiho-sama”
Wondering what it was Hikari responded “You can come in”
On entering in the messenger bowed his head as he reached into the side gathering of his Kimono for the letter issued by Chiho-sama on bring it out he handed it to Hikari who then read the letter, through it all no one made a sound as they watched him who at the moment seemed very annoyed.
“Please excuse us for I’ll like to speak with Ritsu alone” said Hikari to the messenger which on hearing this bowed before them as he made his way out of the room.

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