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A grove of trees, twisting in the breeze
if not for thee, I’d never leave, please.
» Posted By Lapulta On 10.21.2014 @ 7:17 pm
Leafy branches towering over the rest of the forest with
calm demeanor and
Resisting the face of the wind
in mortal glory.
» Posted By Lapulta On 10.19.2014 @ 5:27 pm
All their livelihood was storied in the cyclical containers on the south of the property and the old farmer looked at them proudly. Without the grain, the cows wouldn’t get fed; without the cows, the expenses of the farm would quickly overrun their vegetable profits, and without profits, they would lose their land.
» Posted By Lapulta On 10.18.2014 @ 2:56 pm
One step into the forest. She took great care with her silence.
A branch cracked somewhere and the woman’s head jerked to follow it. Her lip curled and she sank deeper into the underbrush.
» Posted By Lapulta On 10.17.2014 @ 8:54 pm
He could feel the breath behind him, hot and heavy in the freezing air, mincing through needle-teeth. It seemed an eternity he was running, and he hated his legs as they began to scream in pain (like the teeth were already tearing through him) and he began to stumble. The wolf’s pace was leisurely. He trotted closer.
» Posted By Lapulta On 10.17.2014 @ 8:32 am
And he tripped over the loose shoelace; she caught the desperation in his eyes and paused.
» Posted By Lapulta On 10.16.2014 @ 1:07 pm
A clever, not necessarily harmful girl.
» Posted By Lapulta On 10.15.2014 @ 7:53 pm
She swept through the crowd with a sort of unearthly grace, capturing the eyes of the populace without a second thought. Unconsciously they followed her in her blue gown, feeding off the magic she trailed through her fingertips. And just like that, they were caught.
» Posted By Lapulta On 10.15.2014 @ 7:52 pm
She stepped down the marble in her blue dress, a faint aqua train trailing after her like ocean mist. She could feel all the eyes of the opposite sex on her as she made her way into the middle of the room, but she raised her chin. She was above them. Above them all.
» Posted By Lapulta On 10.15.2014 @ 7:45 pm
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She strode into the room, sparkling blue train trailing behind her like a wave of blue mist. The eyes of the opposite sex followed her into the center of the room and she raised her chin. She was above their stares. Above everything else.
» Posted By Lapulta On 10.15.2014 @ 7:33 pm