Application - Body Muse: Toshiya Band: Dir en grey Journal:schwein_no_isu AIM: totchikochou Species: shifter - silver kistune(rare)
Fetish(es): Biting, rough play, some bondage, foreplay, uke, slight blood letting. Term: Full/Long (he has no where else to go) Cost: $3,000 Elite: Working on it. Speciality(ies): He has a natural beauty, a natural lure that he never realizes is truly there.
Sample: Rain pelted down, rolling like rivers over the silvery grey covered ears that lay some what flatted against the drenched skull. The rain was cold and bone chilling, there was a hint of forst in the air that only tickled the sences. Fall was on its way soon winter would come and the snow would be deadly. Pulling the tattered and torn blanket closer he tried to rid him self of a chill in his skin. His belly rumbled with the need for food, as he stayed half curled up on him self desperately trying to keep him self warm. It wasnt easy for him, nor was it easy for anyone. He was alone in his life he never seen anyone else like him self. Different races of course but non like him.
There was a deep longing in his heart and need in his golden like eyes. He had learned the sour bitterness of life early on. He didnt feel much hope in that ever changing, yet there was a tiny flare of hope in his heart. That things would change, that he could make them change. That he would have food and warm clothing, moving he let his silver tail come from its place of hiding to look down into the puddle of dirty water. His black hair stuck to his thinned face, he looked so ugly, so horrifying. Yet some how there was a natural beauty wanting to be free. Only he could see it, tilting his head slightly he looked at his reflection. How could he ever set it free, how could he make that possible. Maybe one day the answer would come, or he would find it. Until then he would have to push day to day to keep living, but he was a survivor he always had been. If he wasnt then he would have rolled over and given into death a long time ago, for now all he could do was wait... and bide his time.