• Published 24th Jan 2015
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The Sun of My Heart - BlueSun52

Meet Soul Writer, A sweet guy who likes to help others and has big plans for the future. Now he's coming to Canterlot High and is high over head for Sunset. Can he be able to win her heart?

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Chapter 7

A New Crush is Born

The birds were singing and the day looked very beautiful in the morning as people were making their way towards their destination whether it was by driving their cars, riding on bikes or simply walking.

Skipping down the sidewalk, a girl with a long, aqua hair with dark blue streaks was whistling to herself as she excitedly made her way to school. She wore a dark crimson jacket with the sleeves rolled up and having on a pink skirt. And her irises were dark crimson.

“I’m walking on sunshine, whaoOoOoOoO~” She sang to herself. “I’m walking on sunshine, whaoOoOoOoO. I’m walking on sunshine, whaoOoOoOoO. And don’t it feel good? Hey! Alright now. And don’t it feel goo-”


“EEK!” Sonata yelped and looked behind her to see two familiar girls.

On the left was a irritated girl with long, fluffy, dark orange hair with yellow streaks. She was wearing a pink vest over her, purple, one piece shirt and skirt with a gold belt hanging around her waist. Her irises were bright crimson. On the right was a bored looking girl with two pony tails that were bright violet with bright streaks of teal. She wore a bright green vest over her white shirt while she had on purple jeans and having belt with a silver star as the center piece. She had violet irises.

“I am not in the mood to hear your terrible singing right now,” Adagio said. “I can barely stand all this peaceful and quiet town. It makes me sick.”

“What crawled up your but today?” Aria asked. “You’re normally quiet most of the time ever since we lost our pendants…..Not that I care or anything.”

“That’s just it, I’ve been thinking the entire time since that happened and see if there is a way to get back our powers and have our revenge!” Adagio said. “And nothing. That’s all I could come up with. Nothing.”

“Maybe that’s a good thing,” Sonata said. “Ever since the battle, we don’t have to rely on all that magic anymore to keep us alive and we can eat all the tacos we want!”

Adagio glared at Sonata.

“...I said maybe,” Sonata pointed out.

“And do we really need our powers to get our revenge?” Aria asked. “I can just pick up a rock and throw it at one of them. Or even beat them up.”

Adagio let out a sigh. “No, it wouldn't be the same,” she said.

“Well, I’m going to do it anyway,” Aria said. She looked and spotted someone. “In fact, I’m doing it right now.” She scooped up a pebble and was about to throw it until she got a better look at who was in front of her. “No wait, I can’t. It’s that timid one in the Rainbooms.”

“You can’t do it because it’s too mean?” Sonata said.

“No, because she’ll cry like a baby and say that she’s sorry even though she didn’t do anything and what would be the point of hurting someone if all they say is sorry?” Aria explained. “It takes the fun out of it.”


“Wait, got a new victim,” Aria said. “And It’s that new kid. Perfect!”

Aria threw the rock and it landed on the side of her victim's head.


“OW, WHAT THE HELL!?” a lavender skin kid with burgundy-colored hair yelled.

“Oh my, are you okay?” Fluttershy asked, concernedly.

“Yeah, I’m fine,” he said. When he looked at Fluttershy, he slightly blushed as he was staring into her sweet, cyan eyes. “H-Hi, M-My name is Night Chase.”

“Oh um, I’m Fluttershy,” she nervously said while she hid behind her hair.

“Do you go to Canterlot High?” Night asked. “I started going there.”


“Do you wanna walk there together?”

“S-sure, if you don’t mind.”

The two walked together towards the school while Sonata was saying ‘aww’ and Adagio couldn’t help but snicker as Aria had mouth agape and her left eye twitched.

“WHAT THE HELL!?” Aria shouted. “I wanted to create misery, not love!”

Adagio couldn’t hold it in anymore and started laughing out loud. “Okay, okay, now I’m feeling better,” she said. “Hehehe, do you have anymore revenge plans? I’m sure you can give the Rainbooms even more boyfriends if you keep at it.”


“Aww, but it was so sweet,” Sonata commented and let out a sigh. “Sometimes I wish I had a boyfriend.”

Adagio placed her hand on Sonata’s shoulder. “I hate to point this out but most of the students here pretty much hates us,” she said. “The chance of that happening are pretty slim.”

“Yeah, you're right.”

“Besides, who needs a boyfriend anyway?” Aria commented. “They’re annoying and are jerks that brag too much about whatever it is they’re good at.”

Adagio rolled her eyes. “Obviously, you don’t know what’s it like having a boyfriend,” she commented.

“And you do?”

“We lived for a thousand years, of course I do,” Adagio said. “I’ve dated many boys lots of times.”

“Wait, you have?” Aria asked in disbelief. “If that’s true, how come this the first we’re hearing of it?”

“Because I did told you about my dates but you didn’t care to listen and Sonata was too busy opening a box or a can or a box can,” Adagio explained.

“Oh... Well, that explains it.”

Adagio then glared over at Sonata. “And why the hell that every time I tried to tell you about my love life, you were opening something?”

“...Bad timing?” Sonata sheepishly said.

Adagio let out a sigh and pinched the bridge between her eyes. “Let’s just get to school before we’re late,” she said. “Like that I care or anything.”

After a few hours of classes and surviving the sudden rush of students trying to get to their next classes, Sonata was running down the hallway as beads of sweat were pouring down on her.

‘Have to hurry!’ Sonata thought to herself. ‘Must get to cafeteria before they give out the last of the leftover tacos from Taco Tuesday!'

Sonata closed in on the cafeteria entrance and burst through the doors; causing one of the students to get hit by the door and falling into a nearby trashcan.

“I’m okay!” Swift said inside the trashcan.

Sonata ran up to the counter and panted heavily. ‘Made it! Now all I have to do is-’ Her thought was cut short as her eyes widen and irises shrunk with horror. She collapsed on her knees and reached her arms out to the heavens. “NNNOOOOOOOOOO!” she screamed.

The tray where all the leftover tacos were supposed to be were all gone as they were already taken by the other students. Everyone in the room looked at Sonata for a moment and most of them let out sighs as they were used to her doing this almost every Wednesday.

“They’re just tacos, get over youself,” a girl with blonde hair and cross eyes said and took a bite from her muffin. “Even I’m not that dramatic with my favorite food.” Just then a student bumped into her and she dropped her muffin outside an open window. “MY MUFFIN!” She attempted to jump out the window but got stuck as the window fell back down on her midway out. “Ah crud, not again.”

Granny Smith stood near the counter and place both hands on her hips. “Are ya going to sit there all day? Ya making the others here wait on ya,” she pointed out.

Sonata sat back up with a frown. “I’ll just have a sandwich,” she said. After getting a sandwich and a juice box, she hung her head low as she walked over to her usual table. As she was walking over to her table, she felt a tap on her shoulder. She looked behind her and saw a boy with white hair and blue eyes staring back at her.

“Um, hi,” Soul said to Sonata. “I couldn’t notice that you were upset about them running out of tacos?”

Sonata let out a sigh. “Yeah, I always have a hard time trying to get here before they run out,” she said. “Although now that I think about it, I think it’s because I eat to many of them for them to even have any leftovers.”

Soul chuckled a bit. “I bet. Anyways, I have an extra if you want,” he said and offered her a taco on his tray.

Sonata’s irises were big and she beamed a smile. “Yesyesyesyesyesyesyesyes!” she repeatedly said. “Thankyouthankyouthankyouthankyou!” She placed her tray on a nearby table and gave him bear like hug.

Soul winced in pain as he was receiving the hug. “You’re *Cough!* welcome!” he said while trying to breathe. “Um, can you let me go?”

“Sure!” Sonata replied and let go of Soul. He panted a few times as he was catching his breath. “Thanks for giving me your taco, its the nicest thing anyone has ever done for me.”

“It’s no problem,” Soul said. “My name is Soul by the way.”

“Oh, cool name. My name is Sonata Dusk, but you can call me Sonata for realzies.”

“It’s nice to meet you, Sonata,” Soul said. He looked over to his usual table where his friends were. “Hey sorry to cut this short but I’m going to head over to where my pals are.”

“Oh okay, I guess I’ll-” Sonata was about to finish until she looked over to the table that she and her sisters usually sit but saw that it was empty. From time to time, Adagio and Aria would not go to the cafeteria and instead would try to skip classes to do whatever it was they wanted to do. She let out a sigh. “Be eating alone.”

Soul had a concern expression on him. “What’s wrong?” he asked. “Don’t you have any friends to hang with?”

“Well, sort of. I wouldn’t really call them friends but more like companions, even though we’re sisters,” Sonata explained. “They tend to skip school from time to time.”

“Oh.” Soul looked at Sonata for a moment and looked back over to his table. He rubbed the back of his head. “If you like to, you can come sit with me and my friends.”

Sonata’s eyes were wide with disbelief. “For realizes!?”

Soul nodded with a smile. “But most of my friends are guys so you’ll be sitting with a bunch of boys,” he pointed out.

Sonata stood there with a blank look as she was remembering about her wanting to have a boyfriend and she felt that was impossible. She now had a chance to go for it and she wanted to take this opportunity. “I don’t mind one bit,” she said with a smile. ‘Woo hoo! This is Great! I might finally get myself a boyfriend! Soul is such a nice guy, I wish I had a boyfriend like him.’

Soul and Sonata walked over to where the guys were sitting. The guys were doing sort of their own thing as Rivet was tuning his guitar as usual, Swift was reading the newest comic series called The Justice Force and Clyde was texting on his phone.

“Wow, I gotta admit, this new comic is actually pretty good,” Swift commented.

“What’s it about?” Rivet asked.

“It’s basically about six guys dress up in different super hero costumes and fight crime with each of them having different powers,” Swift explained. “Except for Silver Wing, he’s the only one who doesn't have powers but uses gadgets.”

“That sounds like The Power Girls,” Rivet commented.

“That’s because it’s made by the same author,” Swift pointed out. “And she was planning on having them become couples with one another.”

“I don’t know, that sounds kinda like a bad move there,” Rivet said. “It’ll leave a bad impression with the fans as you can imagine that they always imagine themselves with their favorite character. Especially fanfiction writers. They always want to complain about their favorite character being with someone else that isn’t them or their character.”

“True, but a lot fans want their favorite characters to be with someone in the series if they really love the character that the author is putting them together with,” Swift countered.

“Well yeah, but-”

“Hey, I see Soul coming this way,” Clyde said. “And he’s bringing someone with him. Looks like a girl.”

“Really? Finally, I was getting tired of the friends we have now,” Swift commented.

Clyde and Rivet looked at Swift with raised brows.

“Oh right, you guys are still here,” Swift said with a sheepish smile.

Clyde rolled his eyes and looked back Soul and his companion. “Wait, she looks familiar.” He rubbed his chin as he was trying to remember who the girl was and when he did, his eyes were wide and he felt a tinge of fear in his spine. “Oh no.”

Rivet raised a brow and looked over to the girl. He felt the exact same reaction as Clyde. “Oh crap.”

“What? It’s just a girl, that doesn't mean-” Swift mouth froze in place as he recognized the girl next to Soul. “Oh, we’re so dead.”

Soul and Sonata took their places at the table and Soul had a smile on his face.

“Hey guys, what’s up?” Soul asked. His smile went away as a puzzled look took over as he saw his friends make both angry and fearful expressions. “I-Is something wrong?”

Sonata however knew what was happening and felt uncomfortable in her spot.

“What’s wrong? What’s wrong!?” Clyde said. “You just brought one of the most deadliest things here!”

Soul raised a brow and look at his tray. “I didn’t think leftover tacos were that bad,” he commented.

Rivet smacked himself in the face. “Not the taco,” he said. “Her! One of the sirens!”

“Sonata?” He looked over to her to see she had a frown and was looking away. “Wait, sirens? What are you talking about?”

“Don’t you remember about the Battle of the Bands?” Swift concernly asked. “About how they tried to take over the world with their songs and made all of us turn against one another?”

“Kinda, but you guys never told me much about them though.”

“Oh right.”

“Well, one is sitting next you and she has to leave,” Rivet said and glared at Sonata. “Now.”

Sonata’s eyes were watering and she started to stand up until Soul placed a hand on her shoulder.

“Now hold it, everyone calm down,” Soul said. “You’re telling me that this sweet girl right here is really that bad?”

Sonata’s eyes went wide and she looked at Soul with a confused look.

“And even if she is a siren, so what? I don’t judge people for who or what they are. Now I don’t know much about them, but didn’t you guys say that they lost all of their powers when the girls beat them?”

The guys tried to retort but couldn’t find an answer for it. They remembered all that had happened at the event. About how the sirens made them turn against the girls and how awful they felt after they were free from their spell. Clyde felt the most guilty because he made Rarity cry when he said he was dumping her while he was under their effect and how he begged her to forgive him so much. He looked up at the siren who was still watering from her eyes.

“Did you feel bad about it?” Clyde asked. Sonata looked at him with a confused look. “Did you feel bad about what you did?”

Sonata looked down on the table and nodded. “Yes,” she said. “I do regret doing something that bad. And truth be told, I always hated doing that, but because we needed magic to stay alive, we had to make everyone miserable just so we could keep going. And when the Rainbooms shot us with their magic, I felt like I was free from a curse. So I’m thankful that I get to live as a normal girl now. Even if people hate me now.”

“Well, I don’t hate you, Sonata,” Soul said. “You’re my friend and I believe you really are sorry.”

Sonata looked at Soul with disbelief. “W-We’re friends?” she asked. “Even if I’m a siren?”

“Like I said, I don’t judge people for who or what they are,” Soul replied with a reassuring smile.

“Thanks,” Sonata said.

Rivet let out a sigh. “I’m sorry about how I acted, that wasn’t really fair of me to tell you to leave,” he said.

“And I’m sorry that I was cowering in fear and was planning on running for my life from you,” Swift said.

Soul raised a brow at him.


“It’s okay, I know that I did a lot of bad things but I really am sorry about them and I want to prove it,” Sonata said.

“Than how about sitting down with us and we all become friends,” Clyde said. “I know it’s something that Rarity would do for someone.”

“For realzies?”

Everyone nodded. Sonata beamed with a smile and they all started to chat together as friends. After sometime had past, the bell rang and everyone was getting up to their next class. Soul and Sonata were walking out of the cafeteria together.

“Hey, Soul?”

“Yeah, Sonata?”

“Thanks, it was nice to finally know what it’s really like to have some friends,” Sonata said.

“You’re welcome,” Soul said. “My cousin is Applejack and if you want, I can talk to her about you hanging out with her friends sometime. I kinda thought that you might still want to girls to hang out with.”

Sonata giggled. “It would be nice to have more friends,” she said.

“Cool, I’ll see what I can do,” Soul said. “I have to head to class now.”

“Okay, later.” Sonata said and waved at Soul. He waved back at her and started walking down the hallway. Sonata went in the opposite direction from him and made her way towards her next class.

‘He’s such a sweet guy,’ Sonata thought to herself. ‘Now I really wish he was my….wait.’ She froze in place for a moment and a wonderful thought had popped into her mind. ‘He can be my boyfriend! Duh, he’s a boy and I think he’s single! Sonata Dusk, you’ve just found yourself the best boyfriend ever! For realzies!’

Sonata skipped along merrily as she knew this was the best day of her life.

Soul was walking down the hallway with some of the other students by himself until a familiar flaming hair girl walked up next to him.

“Hey Soul, what’s up?” Sunset asked.

Soul smiled at her. “Nothing much, just helped someone out today,” he said.

“Really, who?”

“I’ll tell you about it when we get to class,” Soul replied. In the back of his mind, he felt good about what he did and knew that it was something that Sunset would love to hear.

Author's Note:

Looks like Sonata is getting thrown into the mix. How well do you think this is going to go? Find out next time!

I want to thank BRyeMC for his help.

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