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Essay About Killing Children

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Akira’s expression simply turned into something that said ‘Oh, he told you that too.’ before he replied. “Yes, I don’t want people risking children when there’s plenty at the adoption center. It’s cruel. Everyone knows this, everyone who wishes to engage in a relationship with a human is informed of this and I will help them in any way I can, but I won’t allow them to risk children lives.” (-- removed HTML --) (-- removed HTML --) “And if they..go against the rules?” Yusuke’s grip grows lax as his expression turns to dreaded anticipation. (-- removed HTML --) (-- removed HTML --) Akira averts his eyes for a second, pain clear in his flickering expression. “I banish them...after dealing with it appropriately…” His expression shows…show more content…
“It often takes years for that to happen, so turning one another is a long, tiring process, so most just adopt. Turning a human is also rather risky, a lot of people can’t handle the transformation and end up dying. No one wants to risk their life like that.” (-- removed HTML --) (-- removed HTML --) Yusuke’s hands clench into fists, eyes slightly averting to the floor. “Is that why you won’t turn me? Because I can die?” He speaks with an almost inaudible tone. (-- removed HTML --) (-- removed HTML --) Akira stops, considering his next words. “It’s..one of the reasons, my curse is a stopping point too.” His eyes avert so he does not see the next action coming his way. (-- removed HTML --) (-- removed HTML --) Yusuke inches closer and grabs Akira, one hand resting on his lower back and the other on his stomach, as if he was feeling a pregnant woman’s belly. “Is it also because I’ll increase the demand in supply? That I’ll make the difficulty of obtaining blood bags even harder?” He asked, staring down into Akira’s eyes. (-- removed HTML --) (-- removed HTML --) “You’ve seen it, haven’t you? How difficult it is for me to feed my people?” Mumbled Akira, cheeks deepening with a red hue as he returned the stare. “If I were to be cured, would it be a stopping point for me? I do not know. It’s selfish, isn’t it? Turning you while denying others that right? ...I really don’t know how to answer you.” His thought process expresses
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