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Cosmic Conductor: FateWalking down the long hallway, the scent of strong cleaners and bitter medicine clinging to everything like a drowning man to a log in the water, the small woman passed by many a patient and busy nurse. One harried looking nurse in particular dropped a clipboard when she nearly bumped into a patient. With a long suffering sigh of exhaustion she apologized to the patient and went to pick up her papers, only to find her clipboard, with all the papers gathered, held out to her. A kind smile and heartfelt thank you was given and the small woman nodded before disappearing down a hallway, as if she had never been there in the first place.
“I’m afraid that your mother’s illness has progressed farther than we realized. I’m terribly sorry, but I’m not certain this new treatment will help her.” A glimpse of long raven hair and the scent of lilacs filled the hallway as the doctor explained his findings to the man who stood with his gathered family.
The Waiting ManSitting in the near darkness of coming dawn, staring at the door not six feet across from him, the young man pulled his knees to his chest like a scared child might. The rusted metal of the bed beneath him creaked, the sound cutting through the heavy fog of silence clouding the room. Mouth dry he flicked his tongue out over cracked lips, but there was no moisture to be found. A glow slowly made it's way under his door, the sound of thick boots beating a terrible rhythm as they neared. There was no more time for fear or thought. The lock on the door was opened with an echoing groan. The shriek of the hefty metal door as it was opened made him flinch. A specter of a man stood in the doorway, face awash with light from the torch in his hand. "It's time." The previous dread he had felt before intensified. The sun was rising fast and soon he would meet his fate at the end of a rope.
Chapter 9The day of the race finally arrived.
Traditionally, the participants gathered at dawn at the starting point of the race, a place between two old rock formations that overlooked unto a dry, plain terrain that led into the desert.
This year, however, there was heavy tension in the air. The Sangheili riders led their mounts to the starting point, but were struggling to keep the Hundara under control when they were dying to attack the humans’ horses. Equally, the horses were very nervous at the sight of the predatory creatures, a few had even reared up in fright, nearly provoking some of the Hundara into attacking.
Much to Inzo’s surprise, Y’asabu was not among those Hundara. He had glanced at some horses a few times, but nothing more. Instead he picked a spot in the front rows and stood there, waiting for the signal. He guessed Y’asabu knew what he was doing, considering he had participated numerous times in the race.
Inzo looked around for Hannah, and saw her a fe
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