Scarlet River P111 Riverpaw couldn’t see anything. All was silent and still, a floating void of emptiness. Relief washed over the brown she-cat, and she didn’t even attempt to call out. After everything that had happened in the last few days, and even in the last few hours, she couldn’t imagine a better place to be than in this black abyss.Scarlet River P1113 weeks ago in General Fiction More Like This
Breathing in steadily, Riverpaw closed her eyes and let the silence wash through her, emptying her mind and allowing peace to seep into every corner of her being.
Then a voice spoke.
Riverpaw opened her eyes. The void was gone, replaced with the Greenleaf place. Forerunner stood before her, face as expressionless as always.
Riverpaw felt a wave of frustration push the peace away.
“Forerunner! Why-WHAT do you want?!” Riverpaw snapped. Why did her ancestor have to pull her from the black s
Scarlet River P106 The pair didn’t say a word for a long time, and Riverpaw appreciated Ashheart’s silence. Despite what she had said, Riverpaw’s intention was not to talk to Ava…at least, not immediately. Riverpaw guessed that someone like Ava needed time and solitude in these situations. She was sure that, after a while of grieving, Ava would move on. She was a strong cat, and would not let one death bring her down. The reason Riverpaw wished to stay was simply to watch her, and make sure that, when she tried to move, she had a shoulder to lean on in case her wounds were too painful.Scarlet River P1061 month ago in General Fiction More Like This
However, as time rolled past, Ava’s form never shifted. She did not move, but kept her head bowed and eyes trained on the boulders beneath her paws. The wind picked up and fell, and Riverpaw shivered against the cool, wet breeze. As the sky was darkening in the evening, a sprinkle of rain fell, splashing the rocks below. With the beginning of the rain, Riv