TwiBurn, A New LoveIt was one summer evening when a young filly named Twilight Sparkle was taking a trip to Ponyville with her parents. Her parents had come to Pony Ville to buy some books on magic and earth pony costumes. After a visit to the Ponyville book store, the Sparkle family decided to take a visit to Sweet Apple Acres to buy some apples for the rode and let Twilight get some fresh air. Meanwhile, Braeburn, a young colt who is the cousin of the Apple family, was walking in the fields looking at all the apples. Twilight was walking right towards the young colt when he finally came into sight. Twilight walked up to the colt and greeted "Hello, my name is Twilight Sparkle. I was wondering if you could show me around the apple orchid."TwiBurn, A New Love3 years ago in Romance More Like This
Braeburn turned around and he felt heat grow on his face, catching himself he took off his hat, that was too big for his head, and held it against his chest " Well howdy, I would be delighted to show a beautiful filly like yer'self around" he politely said.
Little TalksLittle TalksLittle Talks2 years ago in Romance More Like This
Written By Closer-To-The-Sun (Joseph Noblit)
It was a very warm and pleasant weekend day in Ponyville. Many of the citizens were relaxing and enjoying their day off, preparing for Hearts and Hooves Day which was just around the corner. In particular, one dragon was preparing for the event with a fire in his heart and in his breath. Spike was moving along through the streets of Ponyville towards a familiar shop, the Carousel Boutique. With a large purple gem being held by both of his claws, he hurried up to the front door. While his anxiety was bugging him quite a bit, he knocked loudly on the front door.
He waited for the door to be answered, impatiently tapping his foot. After some time, the door was opened but not by who he was expecting.
“Hello, Spike!” the cheerful white filly exclaimed.
“Oh, hey Sweetie Belle. Is Rarity home?” he asked, sneaking a peer inside of the door.
Sweetie Belle could tell what he was doing, but didn’t call him on