Sapphire sat at the edge of the great city, her legs dangling over the edge as she stared down into the black Abyss. The Abyss was where the demons schemed and plotted against the angels or, at least, that was what they were told. The Abyss was a place every angel was supposed to fear but Sapphire found the Abyss a place of salvation, a place of peace where she could be herself; she knew that no one would bother her here out of out of their own fear of the endless darkness below.
Angels were what they called ‘righteous creatures’ but in truth there was nothing more righteous about an angel than a demon. Angels committed sins just as often as demons did but angels kept it more discreet; they hid their sins under fancy robes and smiled but the sins they committed were still there. They were characterized as a human-like creature with large bird wings on their back; wings large enough that they were able to fly. The most common angels had swan or dove wings but some