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Cardcaptor Love Heart Chapter 12

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Chapter 12: Looking to the Past


Love Heart’s mind was wandering in home room. He was staring towards the window when Ms. Mackenzie’s voice drew his attention. “Alright everyone, I’ve just been told that we’re going to be putting on a Christmas play later this year, A Christmas Carol. Now the faculty has decided to start working on the play early this year so we have plenty of time to get ready and have everyone audition and rehearse and that the entire cast and most of the production crew will be members of the Care Bear Family, and myself.”

This got everyone’s attention and one human boy raised his hand, “Why only Care Bears?”

“Because most of the Care Bear Family is in their senior year and this is the last time we will be able to do this,” Ms Mackenzie answered, “Now auditions will start being held after school today and signups for the technical crew will be available started at lunch.”

Confidence Heart’s hand shot up, “Ms. Mackenzie! Can I make the costumes?” She was practically bouncing in her seat.

“I’m sure they’ll be thrilled to have you be in charge of that, now we do need to get to class so let’s pick back up with our study of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’,” She turned back to the board.

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“...so I hope everyone is excited for this as much as I am,” Noble Heart stood at the head of his history class, which included a number of the older Care Bears.

Grumpy Bear, a dark blue boy bear with a raining cloud for a tummy symbol, folded his arms and grunted, “And guess who’s going to be stuck playing Scrooge,” he sighed, “I like Christmas.”

“You don’t have to audition if you don’t want to,” Noble Heart sighed, “and I won’t force you. But for now we need to get class started so think about what role you want to have for the play.”

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Love Heart was only half paying attention in class and it wasn’t until Confidence caught up with him on the way out that he snapped out of his half-stupor. “Huh?” he shook his head.

“I said what do you want to do for the play?” Confidence gave him a sideways look, “You OK?”

“Yeah, my mind is just on that whole magic word thing that Wei told me about and I might have something in mind,” he shook his head.

“So what about the play?” Confidence nudged him again.

“Not sure, not going to act though,” Love Heart shrugged.

“Well let me know if you think of something,” Confidence sped up. Her second period class was different than Love Heart’s.

At lunch Confidence ran into Grumpy Bear as she was signing up to be the costume designer, “Hey, Grumpy, so what are you here for?”

“Probably signing up to be Scrooge,” Swift Heart teased which go a laugh out of his girlfriend Proud Heart.

Grumpy huffed then picked up the pen next to one of the signup sheets, “Actually I’m going to do set design, I like to build stuff.”

Confidence smirked, “Sounds great, Grumpyn” she stuck out her tongue at Swift and Proud Heart

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“Where is it?” Love Heart mused to himself as he dug through the basement storage room.

“Love Heart, what are you doing?” Sweet Heart peeked into the room from the entrance, shuddering slightly at being in the room again.

“Looking for something... aha!” Love Heart pulled out an old journal, “Here it is!” He stood up triumphantly, holding the book like it was some ancient treasure map.

“What’s that?” Sweet Heart’ curiosity overcame her nerves and she stepped forwards.

“It’s an old journal the founders asked each of us to make back when they were the ones teaching us. I think this was from when I was 7 or 8 so before you were born.” He opened the book and flipped through the pages, “I remembered something I wrote... here,” he showed the page to Sweet Heart.

She looked and read the words written in crude printing. “Spring, Summer, Winter, Fall, Ancient forces heed my call?” she gave her brother a skeptical look.

Love Heart chuckled, “Yeah I just wrote that down one day because I thought it sounded cool, but I came up with it myself so maybe I can use it for magic.”

“You mean that ‘words need to have a personal meaning’ thing Wei told you about,” Sweet Heart quickly stepped out of the storage room and headed for the stairs with Love Heart right behind her.

“Yeah, I just need to figure out how to use these words,” Love Heart turned and headed for the front door, “See you later, Sweet Heart.”

“See ya,” Sweet Heart waved half-heartedly. She wanted to go with him, to practise magic again, to help Love Heart capture the Clow Cards. But every time she tried to get started fear seized her and she felt like running back to her room and hiding. She touched the star on her forehead which reminded her that magic was a part of who she was. She sighed and slowly headed back to her room, deciding to listen to something to help her calm down.

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“What do you think, Li?” Love Heart showed the lines from his journal to the boy, who just gave him an odd look.

“Sounds weird if you ask me,” Syaoran said.

“Let me see,” Wei took the book once Love Heart offered it to him, “It is odd but if you wrote these yourself they will have some meaning to you.” He looked around, “Where is Confidence today?”

“She’s helping with the school play, costume design, so she’s looking at the clothes and costumes in ‘A Christmas Carol’ to get ideas before she has to measure everyone.” Love Heart took the book back from Wei and looked at his passage, “So now I just need to figure out how to use this.”

Syaoran looked over Love Heart’s shoulder at the journal, “If you ask me, try to think how these seasons relate to each other, or about how they relate to the elements.”

Love Heart looked back at Syaoran, “You mean earth, fire, air and water?”

“Those are the western elements, yes,” Wei interjected, “In Chinese mythology the five elements are earth, fire, water, wood and metal however Clow Reed combined eastern and western magic to create the Clow Cards.”

“My dad was Japanese and my mom’s a unicorn,” Love Heart looked upwards, then to the startled faces of Syaoran and Wei. “Yeah, my dad used to be a human from Japan and he was entrusted with the Clow Book to keep it safe.”

Syaoran blinked, “That explains a lot.”

Wei nodded, “Indeed it does, but focus on the meaning of your words. I would like to meet your parents some day.”

“Some other day, they both work at the school,” Love Heart was still looking at the little poem he had written, “Maybe each season can be related to the elements hmm... fire is obviously summer so water has to be winter so is air spring or summer?” He started pacing, “Let’s see... spring is planting and autumn is harvest so spring should probably be earth and autumn should be air,” he turned to face Wei and Syaoran, “Does that sound right?”

“It doesn’t matter if we think it’s right, it’s what matters to you,” Wei said, “Think about how you can use these words to make your own incantations.”

Love Heart nodded and shut his old journal, “Thanks. Mind if I head out? I want to see if they need me for anything at school for this play.”

“Go ahead,” Wei nodded as Love Heart left.

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Confidence was in the sewing classroom with an illustrated copy of ‘A Christmas Carol’ when she heard a knock on the door, “Come in.” She closed the book and looked up to see Love Heart enter.

“I didn’t see you in the auditorium and they said you were up here,” Love Heart briefly looked into a bucket of scrap fabric, “So how’s the design ideas going?”

“Pretty good,” Confidence stood up, “I’m mostly just getting ideas right now, until I know who’s playing what part I can’t really get started.” She walked over to Love Heart and opened the book to a page with an illustration of Ebenezer Scrooge and the Ghost of Christmas Present, “Scrooge is easy, he spends most of the play in a nightgown and cap.”

Love Heart chuckled, “Grams still has all of those from when we were kids, you’ll probably have to let one out a bit.”

“Yeah, I should visit her to see if she has anything I can use for this.” Confidence closed the book and sighed, her ears drooping.

“What’s wrong, Confidence?” Love Heart reached out to touch her shoulder.

She brushed his hand off, “It’s nothing... just something stupid.”

Love Heart walked around to her front, “You can tell me.”

Confidence smiled, “Thanks... you mentioning those nightgowns just made me remember how I grew up on Earth instead of here.”

“Oh...”

Confidence turned away with her ears down, “See? Told you it was stupid.”

“It’s not stupid!” Love Heart’s shout made both of them jump and Confidence spun back around to stare at him. Love Heart took a deep breath then repeated, “It’s not stupid... I mean I can’t imagine what it was like but... go on just tell me.”

Confidence took a deep breath and wiped away a few tears, “I just... I don’t hate my childhood but... I was the only person like me around, furry and short and... when I was a kid I remember staring up at the sky and just wondering where I came from, if I belonged somewhere else.” She sniffed, “Would I have been happier up here instead of down here, learning with and growing up with everyone else.”

Confidence was staring at the ground when she felt Love Heart embrace her, “It’s alright. But I mean, it made you who you are so...” Love Heart wasn’t sure what to say.

Confidence gave a small smile, “I know and I guess would you still love me if I grew up differently?”

Love Heart averted his eyes from her, “I want to say yes, but I don’t know... Sorry,” He felt ashamed of giving such an indistinct answer.

Confidence laughed, “I get it, thank you for being honest,” she kissed him, “I’m still happy with this but I still can’t help but wonder what it would have been like growing up here with everyone else.”

Love Heart smiled and kissed her back, “You can always talk to me about this stuff.”

“Thank you.” They held each other for another minute before they stepped apart.

“I still don’t know what I’m going to do for this play, I mean I don’t want to act and I’m not exactly an expert on anything play related,” Love Heart gave short humorous laugh, “I guess I could be your assistant for costumes and stuff.”

Confidence however was looking elsewhere, to the book at Love Heart’s side, and suddenly an idea hit her, “I have a perfect idea!” She bolted for the door and motioned for Love Heart to follow her, “Hurry, before everyone goes home, I’ll explain on the way!”

Love Heart followed after her and listened.

Ms. Mackenzie was the only human on the auditorium stage full of Care Bears and she checked over the last of the sign-up sheets, “Alright, auditions are set for two weeks from now. Everyone who has signed up for an audition should take a copy of the script home so they can rehearse in preparation for their actual auditions.”

“Why two weeks?” Harmony Bear whispered to Brave Heart.

Brave Heart chuckled, “Because there’s a football game next week so some of us need time to practise for that.”

“Also keep in mind not everyone will get a starring role,” Noble Heart spoke up, “For those who don’t get one they will be assigned a minor role we feel suits them and everyone will need to help with preparation, not just those in charge of each part of the play.”

“Too bad this is a school play, we won’t be able to do too much in the way of special effects,” True Heart sighed sadly.

“Don’t be so sure of that!” Confidence Heart walked on stage with Love Heart in tow, the sealing staff already in his hand.

“Love Heart?” Life Heart quickly scanned the lists and noticed her son wasn’t on any of them, “What do you have in mind.”

Love Heart smirked and pulled out The Illusion Card, “This.” He spun the staff around struck the card, “Illusion Card! Come forth!” The card dissolved and grew until it was a square meter of a kaleidoscope of colors, “Take the form of a ghost please.” The Illusion shifted and compressed and a moment later had taken the form of a white bed sheet ghost with simple black eyes and a mouth which prompted a couple ‘oohs’ from the younger Care Bears.

Love Heart looked up at The Illusion, “Crude for now but I can work on it. I can’t do everything but we could do some things you normally can’t do in a stage play.”

“I think so,” it was Bright Heart Raccoon who spoke up, a purple raccoon with a heart shaped lightbulb for a tummy symbol, “I actually might have some ideas for this but I’ll need you to work with me.”

“And practise, both for you and The Illusion,” Sage Heart added, “I think it will need practise to take on more complex forms.”

“Once the auditions are complete we’ll get to work on that,” Noble Heart wrote Love Heart’s name on the crew sheet and added ‘special effects’ to the end of his name. “Alright everyone, take your scripts and practise when you have time. Auditions are in two weeks and break a leg!”

“What does break a leg mean?” Tugs asked.

Pretty Heart shrugged, “Dunno.”

“It’s a theatre way or saying good luck,” Teacher Bear said before turning to the rest of her adopted children, a blue badger boy named Passive Heart Badger, an orange weasel boy named Thorough Heart Weasel, a red fox girl named Charity Heart Fox, a yellow goat named Hungry Heart Billygoat, a lavender wolf named Curious Heart Wolf, and lastly a green hedgehog who was missing his entire right forearm named Grateful Heart Hedgehog.

Sweet Heart approached Love Heart and gave him a smile, “That was cool. Do you think you can do it for the rest of the play?”

“I’m going to make it work,” Love Heart smiled down at his sister, “So what are you doing for the play, Sweet Heart?”

“I,” Sweet Heart gulped, “I want to play the Ghost of Christmas Past.”

“You’re going to act?” Love Heart was startled.

Sweet Heart nodded, “I’m gonna do it, I can even float without wires or anything,” she flapped her wings and forced a smile.

“Hey, Sweets, we’re just happy to see you again,” Tugs walked up and put a hand on Sweet Heart’s shoulder.

“I’m trying,” Sweet Heart took a deep breath as Pretty Heart Skunk joined them.

“Things going alright with that doctor?” Pretty Heart asked.

Sweet Heart looked between her two closest friends and nodded, “So far, but she said that I might never get back to how I used to be,” she took a shuddering breath, “I want to put it behind me but I can’t just remove the memories and I might never get better.”

“Hey, you’re getting better,” Tugs hugged her, “You’re here aren’t you?”

Sweet Heart hugged him back, “Thanks, Tugs.”

OoOoO

Readington’s original high school had been converted into a sports youth center, a place where children and teenagers could organize and store equipment for team sports as well as have team meetings and tryouts every year. It was better than just shutting it down once the Care-a-Lot Escalator school was finished especially since it still had the football and baseball fields all ready to go.

Love Heart Bear wasn’t really one for watching sports, neither was Confidence Heart Fennec but the rest of their families were going so they felt obligated to go, even if they both would have preferred to have the Kingdom of Caring practically to themselves while everyone was at the game.

Love Heart slouched in the bleachers next to Confidence who was similarly leaning back and staring at the sky. Everyone from the Care Bear Family was there, even the ones not on their team, though Take Care Bear and Indy were down in the medical tent set aside for any injuries from the game.

“OK so...” Love Heart squinted down at the field, “tell me if I’m wrong but Champ is the captain and Quarterback this year, Brave Heart’s on offense, Lotsa’s on defence and Playful’s an... intercept?” Love Heart turned to Confidence.

“Asking the wrong girl,” Confidence sounded bored out of her mind, “All I know is that Cheer is the cheerleader captain this year because she wouldn’t stop talking about it, and Love-a-Lot and Funshine are down there too and just... ugg!” she put a hand to her forehead.

“I could explain it but I really don’t want to,” Loyal Heart Dog came to sit down next to Love Heart.

“Oh yeah,” Confidence sat forwards, “I thought you were on the team too.”

“Not this year, I got tired of the coach last year telling me to ‘fetch’ the ball... jerk...” Loyal Heart sighed, “That and I’m just not into this stuff anymore and I don’t think I was very good anyway. But I’m here to support them,” he raised a hand and gave a half-hearted cheer.

“Well at least we can talk about stuff up here,” Love Heart turned to the field and winced when the people jumped up for a shout of joy.

All three friends covered their ears amidst a shower of cheers and snacks. None of them were looking forwards the next couple hours.

The three of them didn’t stay to watch the halftime show, instead going down the indoor concession to get drinks and talk.

“So how’s your job going?” Love Heart asked Loyal Heart as they sat down at an old school lunch table.

“Alright, just part time on weekends now,” Loyal Heart took a long drink, “calmer now that school’s back in.”

“Think any Clow Cards will attack today? You know to make things fun?” Confidence rolled her eyes and took a drink.

“Ha!” Kero popped out of one of Love Heart’s vest pockets and flew up, “I just know one’s going to show up!”

“Gah!” Loyal Heart jumped.

“Wh-cca-ca! Confidence coughed on her drink and pounded on her chest until she could breathe again.

“Kero!” Love Heart, “You could have just asked to come along.”

“Yeah, but I didn’t know when you were leaving so I just took a nap in there,” Kero searched around, “But I can sense a Clow Card around here somewhere.”

“Really?” Love Heart reached down into the Clow Book and pulled out The Jump, “Come out, Jump.” The small rabbit creature materialized on the table where they were sitting. “Can you sense any Clow Cards too.”

The Jump looked up and seemed to sniff at the air before it shook its head, “I can’t sense as precisely as Kero but...”

“Hey? Why’s it snowing?” a voice from near one of the doors caught their attention and a moment later the five of them had run to the window to see flakes falling from the sky.

Love Heart glared out the window, “I don’t think snow is pink.”

Outside, the halftime show was wrapping up as the torrent of what looked like snow started to fall, heavier and thicker than any of them could have expected. It was already knee high for a Care Bear when Love Heart pushed the outside door open and managed to catch one.

“Flower petals?” Love Heart looked at the pink petal in his hand.

“Love Heart!” Syaoran ran over, kicking up the petal depth as he did so, “Its a Clow Card!”

“A Clow Card that makes flowers?” Love Heart sounded incredulous.

“It has to be the Flower Card,” Kero flew up between them, “It loves to go where people gather and spreads flowers for everyone to enjoy.”

“Ick!” Confidence plucked a petal out of one of her huge ears, “Guess it doesn’t know what ‘moderation’ means.”

“To say the least,” Love Heart looked down to see the petals were already up to his waist, and The Jump burst out of the petal layer on the ground to land on his shoulder, “Ready to search, Jump?”

“Yep, let’s go!” it dove into Love Heart as he pulled out the Clow Key.

“Key of Clow
Power of Magic
Power of Light
Surrender the Wand
The Force Ignite
Release!”

He gripped the staff as Syaoran had summoned his sword wand, “Li, Confidence, Loyal Heart, search down here while Kero and I look above, let’s go!” he Jumped up which sent flower petals scattering around from his impact point.

Syaoran pulled out a talisman and struck it with the flat of his sword, "Obey the command! Wind Flower, Come Forth!" a blast of wind created long trench through the petals.

“Ack! Ok enough with the cherry blossom blizzard!” Confidence shouted.

Love Heart only landed once before he jumped to the roof of the old school where he could see he petals floating before they descended down, “Where it is?” he searched around trying to find where the petals were flowing upwards from.

“There!” Kero managed to find the center of an upwards cyclone of flower petals.

Love Heart spotted it on the upper tier of the roof of the same building where he was standing and jumped towards it. It was a playful looking young woman in a frilly, tiered gown with baggy pants and their hair done up in corkscrew pigtails.

Kero was right alongside Love Heart, “That’s The Flower spirit alright.”

“Right!” Love Heart spun the staff and pointed it at The Flower, “Flower Card! I commaaAAAAA!” Love Heart was suddenly yanked forwards by the spirit, “What’s going on?”

“Don’t worry, it just likes to dance,” Kero looked up to see the petal storm had stopped, “Just relax it will let you go soon.”

“I hoooope sooooo! I can’t daaaaaaance!” Love Heart shouted as he was spun around, his small body easy for The Flower Spirit to lift.

Love Heart was partly dizzy and winded by the time The Flower set him down and he groaned out, “Okay... let’s finish this. Flower Card, please return to your power confined, Flower.” His exhausted voice barely got the words out as he sealed the flower, its body flowing into water streams and into its card. Love Heart wrote his name on the bottom then walked to the edge of the roof, to see the entire football field buried in pink petals while Syaoran tried to clear it up with wind blasts.

“Guess I should fix this,” Love Heart pulled out another Clow Card, “Windy Card, sweep away all of The Flower’s petals! Release!” The Windy spirit emerged from its card then dove down at the field. It sucked up all the petals in a small twister up into the sky and blew them away to either be sent far away or rain down over the town in a much more manageable layer.

Everyone down on the football field breathed a sigh of relief as the petals were swept away then gave a loud cheer as Love Heart landed near the edge of the field.

“Alright, the game is saved whoo!” Champ Bear, still in his football gear, ran over to shake Love Heart’s hand, which made him shake rather violently.

“ThaAaAaAaAnk you!” Love Heart pulled his hand free.

“Another card captured, alright!” Confidence had found him as had Sage Heart.

“Good job, son,” Sage Heart patted his son on the back.

Love Heart smiled, “Thanks dad, but can I go home now. I think I’m done for the day.”

“I’ll take him home!” Confidence Heart and a newly arrived Loyal Heart spoke simultaneously.

Sage Heart looked at the three of them, then to Kero, “Alright. Want to know who’s winning?”

“Nope!” Confidence turned and pulled Love Heart and Loyal Heart away before any more answers could be given, with Kero hot on their tail. Syaoran followed after them.

“I didn’t think I’d ever see a city in the clouds,” Syaoran said as he crossed through the portal.

“Welcome to Care-a-Lot, Li,” Loyal Heart slowed down to walk next to Syaoran, “I live in the Forest of Feelings over there but feel free to visit anytime,” he pointed off towards the forest, then looked back to Syaoran, “What’s wrong, Li?”

Syaoran was staring at Loyal Heart with wide eyes and a somewhat stupefied expression.

“I...I...” Syaoran blushed then ran back through the portal as fast as he could.

“What was that about?” Loyal Heart sniffed himself, he didn’t smell that bad. Was Syaoran just scared of dogs? Loyal Heart just sighed and turned to catch up with Confidence and Love Heart.

Love Heart sank onto the couch in his living room and began pulling out the Clow Cards, laying each of them on the coffee table in front of him. Kero floated overhead, his expression serious.

“There’s only five Clow Cards left,” Kero said.

“Only five?” Love Heart didn’t look up from the table.

Kero nodded, “Yes, and they’re the most dangerous ones left.”

“Don’t suppose you can tell us what they are,” Confidence Heart stood nearby, arms folded.

Kero shook his head, “No, you just have to be prepared for them. Your greatest trials as a cardcaptor are about to come.”

Love Heart gathered up the Clow Cards then looked at Confidence and Loyal Heart, “I’ll be ready.”
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Cardcaptor Love Heart Chapter 11
Cardcaptor Love Heart Chapter 13
Love Heart digs up some old notes to help him with magic while the school prepares for a Christmas play

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