Sesame Street characters as Tarot Cards:icondotlover1000: DotLover1000 wanted me to make a journal entry of Sesame Street characters as Tarot Cards.More Like This
Magician: The Amazing Mumford
High Priestess: Rosita
Empress: Granny Bird
Emperor: Big Bird
Lovers: Elmo & Zoe
Strength: Prairie Dawn
Hermit: Forgetful Jones
Wheel of Fortune: Pat Playjacks
Justice: Telly Monster
Hanged Man: Grover
Temperance: Betty Lou
Devil: The Big Bad Wolf
Tower: Guy Smiley
Star: Baby Bear
Moon: Ruby Monster
Sun: Bip Bippadotta
World: Abby Cadabby
Broken Spirit - Chapter 7 Pt 2Raven sat in the center of her bed, lotus position, with a book in her lap. She stared down at the pages more intensely than necessary. It was clear she was struggling to focus. But still she pressed on, shaking her head lightly as if trying to realign her thoughts.More Like This
She turned the page. But her eyes remained unmoving. The words were just one big blur to her.
“Ugh!” she slammed the book shut, falling onto her back, kicking out her legs, and holding the book over mouth. She closed her eyes, inhaling deeply through her nose.
Raven opened her eyes, sitting up, briefly alarmed but instantly reminded that doors and walls were of little consequence to some people. Quickly she steadied herself.
She could hear BeastBoy’s voice, but as she looked around the room, there was no sign of him.
Did she imagine it? Well, if she was in fact crazy, might as well roll with it.
“I wasn’t mad,” she said. “I was upset.”
There was a brie
Broken Spirit - Chapter 7 Pt1Broken SpiritMore Like This
Chapter 7: Brood Swing
Raven hovered a few inches in the air with her cloak hanging just above the floor, reading quietly four separate books occupying the space in front of her. One directly in front of her, another on each side, and a fourth hanging above, all of them levitating by the black glowing backings of their pages. Reading, comparing, and cross referencing between every other page. Her eyes moved seamlessly from one book to the next. How she was able to do so without her eyes tripping over one another was a wonder.
But her extensive research into BeastBoy’s condition and a possible treatment was now in full swing.
A short distance away laid BeastBoy flat on his stomach, elbows up, holding his chin atop Raven’s bed. Unmoving and ever watching. It was hard to say how much time had passed. More than an hour, but less than a lifetime. At least by his standard of time.
“Well… I suppose that’s something.”
Raven’s previous sta