Tell Me a Story Ch.1 Lost Elder Blood (part 1)More Like This
Now, however much I would enjoy telling this story, it is much better received from the ones who play the two most major roles best...
Once again I'm here. How long has it been since her death? We saw each other once, no words spoken, we just knew. When our eyes met, everything was understood. She was my sister, she was dying, her babe needed me, and I am now the last Aen Hen Ichaer. As I stroked the soft blanket of feainnewedd; I knelt there recalling our first and last meeting. The wind picked up, whipping my long golden hair around. On the wind I could no longer hear the sounds of battle. It's safe now, I can travel back to the protectors, and I've kept them waiting in worry long enough as is. Slowly I stood and started to proceed homeward bound, but then on the wind I heard a long low anguishing cry. The sound tore at my heart and willed my legs to run to the wounded soul calling out to the wind. My bare feet met the soft ground with great impact at every stride; bri
Luck - Chapter 2"Eat slower, Emily. There's no need to rush, you can go back outside once you've finished, but for now, eat like a good young lady."More Like This
Emily shovels around the peas on her plate, chewing her bottom lip for a moment, before speaking softly,
"Mommy, I had another one of those nightmares again."
Liana sets down her fork, eyeing her for a short moment, reaching over and gently taking her daughter's hand in hers, deep blue eyes rippling with worry,
"Do you want to talk about it, Emily..?"
The five year old nods in her seat, standing and crawling into her mother's lap. Liana holds her daughter close to her, letting her rest her head on her shoulder.
"There was a man on fire, Mommy.. He wanted to help me look for Daddy.. He said it'd make you happy, and he could do it, but I didn't believe him. He wasn't a nice man on fire.."
Liana half smiles, resting her chin on top of her child's head, shutting her eyes for a moment. Emily listens to her mother's heart, eyes gently shut. Her mother's voic
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