Ciel's Diary Entry ElevenEntry Eleven
Dinner was about to be serve in a few moments, and so, all the guests got rounded up to the dining room. They all took their seats while the servants served drinks. For now, it was water but later would be wine. Sebastian helped his master and Lady Elizabeth to their seats. Of course, Ciel sat at the end of the table. He truly looked like the master of the household, a true leader Sebastian grew a small smirk. Ciel tried not to look.
"Thank you all for celebrating my eighteenth birthday. It was very kind of you." He glanced at Elizabeth then back at his guests. Elizabeth's blond hair had darken, and her eyes no longer in distress. She became a lady, no wonder Sebastian's master admired her. "I'd like to inform you all that…" he paused. Sebastian narrowed his eyes. "Even though Lady Elizabeth and I shared a kiss…" another pause.
"Master?" Sebastian quietly asked.
"Oh Ciel!" Elizabeth jumped up from her seat in excitement. Her green eyes dazzling. "Are we reall
Ciel's Diary Entries Nine and TenEntry Nine
"Sebastian!" That night, Ciel had arranged a get-together-at-the-last-possible-second, and Sebastian was preparing food, muttering to himself. He turned down the heat on the oven then walked to his master. "Sebastian!" His name kept getting called, so his pace quickened. He opened up the bedroom doors.
The raven demon stood in shock at his master. "Claude!" he growled. Claude was by Ciel's feet, massaging the soles of the young lord. "Master, why did you make a contract with him?" Sebastian glared his red eyes at the spider. Claude only pushed his glasses up while Ciel stood up.
"You wouldn't want to know my loyal butler." Ciel walked close to Claude, running his fingertips on the golden-eyed butler's jawline.
"To make me jealous? Or the same reason you made one with me?" Sebastian questioned.
"Since we are all demons, it was nearly impossible to ask such a thing. But with the will of Claude, he offered to be my second butler. We never made a contract, my dead Sebastian. We
Ciel's Diary Entry EightEntry Eight
"Claude!" the two were now distant from now knowing each other's names. Claude took off his coat with dramatic expressions. It flew to the ground along with the hat. "Why are you here?" Sebastian growled.
"I've told you Sebastian," he replied, pushing his glasses up with his middle finger. Claude's golden eyes were calm and emotionless.
Sebastian snorted. "Alois is dead, Claude. I thought I killed you." His red eyes were now flaming up with anger.
"Lucifer decided to keep me around, I am a spider and more easily to be afraid of," Claude explained. He gave off a smirk. "Ravens, on the other hand-"
"Shut up!" Sebastian interrupted. "Shut your damn bloody mouth." He was losing it and fists clenching.
"My master is Ciel now," Claude simple said and took off running. Sebastian let out a sigh.
"Should have held it in Sebastian," he told himself then took off. His feet started racing across the jagged rocky path, catching up to the spider demon. He ran up side by side with Clause,
Ciel's Diary Entries Six and SevenEntry Six And Seven
"What do I do without you?" Sebastian mumbled to himself. He kept his head in his hands, letting the water drop from his eyes. The tearing from his heart kept coming, and his heart felt smaller. His eyes scrolled up to the nervous breathing in front of him. It was all three of the servants. Their eyes in water.
"Sebastian is cryin' too!" Mey-rin stated.
"I knew he could, he could have." Finnian dried his eyes with his sleeves.
Sebastian glared. "What is crying? Finnian, don't use your sleeve for something so unnatural. How did you know I would do this crying?" His questions were starting to confuse the other three. He sighed.
Mey-rin stepped up. "Why, it's when you're lonely and sad, salty water drips from your eyes. Right now, you're crying." She started taking off her glasses. Sebastian's red eyes met her golden-brown eyes. He saw she was in tears, her eyes a tad red. Being a demon, he never cried nor heard of crying.
"How did Finnian know about me doing
Ciel's Diary Entry FiveEntry Five
Sebastian sat with his master in the bedroom as Ciel wrote in his little journal once more. The butler felt ignored and abandoned by the little notebook. He sighed when he poured the night tea, Ciel didn't pay any attention to Sebastian that day. He felt alone and the master felt empty when their hands touched. There were no longer sparks flying through their veins.
"Sebastian," Ciel finally addressed.
"Yes?" He had sat down to read the young lord a story. His red eyes got wide when Ciel gave him a glare.
"Out." Ciel put his notebook in the drawer along with the pen. Sebastian looked down at his black pants, clutching them tightly. The book fell as he stood up, nodding understandingly.
"Of course Master," Sebastian whispered, feeling his voice crack. Ciel went underneath his covers, snuggling up. He tugged his blankets purposely over his head, Sebastian watched. He blew out Ciel's nightstand candle then walked out with his, clutching on his jacket when he left. Ciel's voice