Time to Answer for Your Mistakes [Shibui, Kaze][ Gray-Earth // Shibui // Sinkhole]More Like This
From this side, it was easy to forget that the sinkhole was a dangerous, starving beast waiting to suck down any cat curious or clumsy confident enough enough to dip their paws beneath the surface. It appeared as a wide, unbroken expanse of mud, only hints of glinting dampness on the surface to hint at the sticky mud beneath. Far out past where the grass faded to silt, something glittered. Only visible if she squinted hard, on this day that was not quite warm or sunny enough to send up wavy heat mirages to confused her eyes, and happened to be free of haze. Maybe there really was a lake in the middle, as cats said.
When her eyes began to hurt from staring, Shibui turned her back on the sinkhole, looking instead across the narrow stretch of field between the woods of Air tribe and the trees of Shadow. They sloped gently away from her, forming soft hills that would eventually fall away at the sea, on her left, or meet the caiman wall, everywhere
[TGB| I'm Only Telling You This Because]She was hunting that day, the snow ripping through her pelt as the ground turned red from the blood of her kills. It was a successful day; successful for a snow-filled, stormy day anyways. Teal eyes flashed with pride and a little something else as the she-cat examined her prey. She found herself wondering what Aurora would do when she saw her Tribemate's haul. Would she give her one of those rare yet breath-taking smiles? Would she nod? Or would she be her usual self and barely acknowledge her? It was a mystery, but perhaps that was why Eryx found herself so drawn to the odd-eyed splotched she-cat.More Like This
That's when he came, almost out of nowhere. Head and tail low, he sullenly approached her, blue eyes dull and tired. It only took a simple flick of the tail to draw her in to hear those five words. "Sanibel and I broke up."
The first thing that went through her was shock; they had seemed so happy when she had been in Light-Tribe. But she knew all too well that looking happy re