The boys with the color eyes.


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  • There was a boy named Pete Wilson with yellow eyes, seeing light in everything, and a boy named Walt Bishop who saw the darkness in everything, with his devious red eyes. Bishop saw darkness in Pete, but Pete didn't bother with Bishop, he absolutely knew the boy who wore all black and concealed his face was Dark. Wasn't he?
  • Walt saw he was normal and chose to attempt friendship. Pete though, was on the contrary. He wanted nothing to do with the dark boy. He tried to be polite, but ignorance just seemed even more rude. The dirty look on his face when he first saw Bishop wasn't the most pleasant either.
  • Bishop wandered why Pete, the see-er of light was so misled and stuck in darkness, but the truth is, although Pete saw light, it was mainly because he was in fact head first in darkness. Walt saw darkness, because he was in a light that shone upon the dark.
  • Walt decided to somehow make Pete see him, in the way Walt saw Pete. He posed as a poor homeless begger, and asked for food. Pete once again responded poorly. Walt threw slapped him on the back with an okay, secretly attaching a vision enhancer. One that allowed Pete to see darkness. Pete realized his new ability, and after a while he saw himself in the mirror. With both visuals he saw his flicker of light, and his mass of darkness. Pete decided to change, and what better a role model, he discovered, than Bishop?
  • They became the most unlikely of friends, and Peter suddenly lost his new visual ability. Over coffee, Walt explained what he'd done, injecting him with his DNA sample. Pete opened up about his ability as well.
  • They became even closer friends, and fought through the struggles of life together.
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