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Child of sight, adult of mind [Crux]
« on: July 18, 2017, 03:30:46 PM »
A fire had begun burning within her. A fire hard to distinguish for flames were getting oxygen with her every breath and fuel by every word she heard. She was learning, she was getting the teaching she needed and with every thing she learned of it all the more she grew into an adult by mind. She knew of heathens, red dragons, the ranks and some of those who held the ranks. She didn’t need anything but this and it was all that interested her, consumed her even.

She had learned her lesson to stay from the tar pits, and instead she was sitting by the trees near her home and touching the grass with her front paws, lying on her stomach she stretched her front toes to let the soft grass in between each toe before moving it down toward the ground and watch the grass almost rise in height. She lifted her eyes from the grass and watched the empty den area wallowing in a slope with trees to shade them from the burning heat.

The others were gone, her siblings no doubt exploring the surrounding territory and playing games she wasn’t invited to join (and had no interesting in being invited to), while her appearance resembled that of a child’s, there was not much left of her mind that did. She had learned of the red dragon and her heathens, how heathens burned in the afterlight and what awaited those that turned against the light of the rosas. She was slightly terrified of it all, but oddly satisfied about their faith.

It was still midday when small light footsteps came nearby and Fei didn’t bother looking in their direction. ”They are all out.” No visitor would come for her and especially not children. She had made no friends of those her own age and maybe that was a mistake, maybe it wasn’t, she would judge, she would come to learn their true purpose and intentions and then she would know if it was all for good or bad. She stood up and turned around to find that whomever had come by hadn’t left yet.
Oh Lord won't you save me
Save me from my soul
Oh Lord won't you forgive me
For I have lost control
Oh Lord won't you tell me
Am I the righteous or the damned?
Oh Lord won't you please hear me
Do I obey or do I command?

Oh Lord can't you save me
From my twisted little mind
Oh Lord won't you please show me
How to turn the water to wine
Oh Lord won't you show me
Am I the sinner or the saint?
Oh Lord won't you please tell me
Was all my suffering in vain?

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Re: Child of sight, adult of mind [Crux]
« Reply #1 on: August 08, 2017, 10:04:15 AM »
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Oh Lord won't you save me
Save me from my soul
Oh Lord won't you forgive me
For I have lost control
Oh Lord won't you tell me
Am I the righteous or the damned?
Oh Lord won't you please hear me
Do I obey or do I command?

Oh Lord can't you save me
From my twisted little mind
Oh Lord won't you please show me
How to turn the water to wine
Oh Lord won't you show me
Am I the sinner or the saint?
Oh Lord won't you please tell me
Was all my suffering in vain?

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Re: Child of sight, adult of mind [Crux]
« Reply #2 on: August 08, 2017, 12:06:48 PM »

C R U X


He'd come looking for friends, no matter who they might be. He'd had a fun time playing with the three girls (were they all girls? At this point in his life he had no real distinction among the genders so they were all just friends) the one day at the tar, but he knew they had siblings so even if they were away maybe someone else would be here! Blue-tinted paws led him in the direction of their den and he hoped hard that no grown-ups would be around to ruin his fun.

His wholesome youth fun, he wasn't doing anything wrong.

When he approached the den, he spotted a pup who seemed similar in age to the ones he'd met. She was lying in the grass in the shade of some trees, relaxing or watching or something - he wasn't quite sure. As he didn't see anyone else, he started walking to her and was surprised when she spoke without even looking.

    "They are all out."

"Oh," he said, slightly surprised that the other youth seemed so sure that he was here only for a select few friends, not whoever wanted to play, "You're here though." She hadn't looked, which meant she assumed that whoever it was wasn't looking for her... which was sad. If she'd looked, at least maybe she would have thought it could have been someone wanting to play with her. She was already standing and turning to look at him now. "I'm Crux, what's your name?"




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ooc ;; Sorry for the delay! I forget if this was before or after the teaching session so I'm going to assume they haven't really spoken yet.


 



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