Incest?

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"Did you really think we would forget about your punishment?"

I sighed in relief as I heard the familiar voice. For a second there I thought it was a serial killer, or something.

I turned around and faced the gingers. Hikaru was leaning on the door frame with his right leg resting on the door and his arms folded over his chest, a smug look on his face. Kaoru mirrored his brother.

"What the hell are you retards talking about?" I spat, irritated.

"Tsk, tsk. Do you want us to add to your punishment Erin-chan?" They said in unison, a sinister grin dancing along there features. They untucked there legs and began approaching me, as if they were a hunter and I was their pray.

It was nerve racking, not knowing what's going through there twisted minds. Even so, I stood my ground.

"Look Kaoru she's trying to look all big and bad?" Hikaru mocked, grinning.

"I guess we have to knock her down to size," Kaoru replied, wearing a grin that copied his brothers.

"What the fuck? I'm not your damn toy, now get the hell out my room!" I snarled, pointing angrily at the door.

"You just don't understand, do you," Hikaru stated bitterly, a dark look crossing his face.

"I said-"

Hikaru pushed me roughly, causing me to topple onto my bed. Hikaru then tramped me in a human like cage, with his arms on either sides of me.

"You're our toy, you'll do as we say," Hikaru said darkly, gripping the sheets tighter. My eyes widen slightly, a hint of fear flashing in my eyes.

"And you'll speak when spoken too," Kaoru added. he had climbed onto the bed and crawled behind me. His arms wrapped around my shoulders, bring me closer to his slim body.

Hikaru grinned, taking his right hand and gripped my chin firmly, lifting my head a bit.

"Well, well not so big and bad now, are we Erin-chan?" Hikaru taunted, inching my face closer to his. Hikaru's hot breath showered over me, sending shivers down my spine.

"Get the hell off of me," I growled, yanking my arms out of his grasp. He's not over powering me again.

His eyes widening in shock, stumbling back from the unexpected in packed.

"Hi-Hikaru are you okay?" Kaoru stuttered, releasing me and dashing over to his brother side.

"Yeah I'm fine," Hikaru assured his brother, smiling warmly at him. Hikaru wrapped his arms around his brothers torso, gazing lovingly into his eyes.

"Gross, you're brothers for freaking sake." I shout my eyes tightly, crinkling my nose in disgust. That's incest for crying out loud!

"You're just jealous!" Hikaru shouted, his brother still in the comfort of his embrace.

"Jealous of what?" I hissed, standing up, reopening my eyes.

"You're jealous that you have no one that cares about you!"

"Yes I do!"

"Name one?"

"Page."

"It's not the same, she isn't blood."

"So, she doesn't have to be, to be able to care for me," I returned coldly.

"You're truly pathetic," Hikaru said, chuckling darkly.

"I'm pathetic? I'm not the one having gay sex with there siblings!" I retorted, taking a step closer to them.

"You pathetic piece of shit, you're so envious it sickens me," he spat, his amber eyes narrowed dangerously.

"What is there to be envious about?" I fumed, the edges of my lips pulled back into a snarl.

"You wish you had what me and Kaoru have!"

"Incest?" I responded bitterly, rolling my eyes.

"A family member that actual cares," Hikaru answered ignoring my comment.

"What makes you think I don't have family that doesn't care about me?" I hissed, jabbing a finger in there direction.

"Then why didn't you name one of those so called 'family members'?"

"...because I'm closer to Page," I replied nervously.

"Lies."

"I'm not lying!" I shrieked, glaring daggers at them.

"Like we said from the start no one cares about you. You will always and forever be alone," they said, smirking. Hikaru had released his brother, now they were standing side by side, grinning as if they won the battle.

My entire body began shaking uncontrollable with rage. I was beyond furious, I wanted to murder those bastards. My nostrils flared, eyes narrowed into dangerous slits, hatred clouding my features. Pure hatred boiling inside of me. My hands clenched into fists, turning my already pale knuckles even whiter.

The twins flinched.

"You don't know anything about me, so stop talking as if you had a single clue," I spat, glaring at the floor boards trying to control my anger.

"No, we know exactly what type of person you are," Hikaru spoke firmly, taking a step closer to me, slightly shielding his brother with his arm, as if I would attack at any giving moment.

"Oh, really? Care to enlighten me?" I hissed through clenched teeth, focusing my glaze onto them, they winced.

"You have no one. Not even Page. Now it's your job to make everyone's life just as miserable as your own. Those friends of your's probably hate you and are to scared of you to actual tell you. Which I find it pretty idiotic, scared of you? Ha! Yeah right. Bottom line, you're a pathetic piece of crash that's better off dead," Hikaru said harshly, not caring that every word he spoke crushed me into nothingness.

Sadly, everything they said was true. I am better off dead. But I'm not letting those bastard's have the pleasure of seeing me crumble before there eyes.

"You're wrong."

Lies.

"No we're right." The twins smirked.

"You're Wrong," I repeated, staring at the floor board once again, tears clinging to the corners of my eyes.

Lies.

"We're right." They're grins widening at my distress.

"No you're wrong," I chocked out, a tear slid down my left cheek. So it is true. (1)

More lies.

"It's much easier if you just accept the trut-"

"No!" I growled, tears freely running down my cheeks.

"Are you finally getting it?"

"Shut up, shut up, shut up, just shut the fuck up!" I screamed, my eye's shout tightly, wanting to-no. Needing to block them out.

"Well I think our work here is down."

"Yes I think you're Kaoru."

I slightly reopened my eyes to catch them sparing a glance at me, before walking out the room. Not even bothering to close the door.

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