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Chapter 1: Ungifted
Chapter 1: Ungifted
The cottage was in the middle of a dark forest, where timber wolves could be heard howling in the distance. Inside the cottage, mice scurried across the wooden floor and the glow of a single candle lit up the tiny room.
Screams rent the night; the screams of a mother giving birth. Lena gripped her husband's hand tight as the mid-wife crooned encouragement: "You're almost done, just push a little harder. That's right, just hold on. You're almost there."
Lena panted, her chest heaving with the effort of child-birth. 'Almost there, yeah right.' She thought. 'She said that three hours ago, and look where that's got us.' She screamed again, and squeezed Liam's hand harder, making him grimace with pain.
"It's okay, honey," he said with teeth clenched. "I know you can do this." Lena nodded, and pushed again. She screwed her eyes shut with the attempt, and bit her tongue so she wouldn't scream again.
"Look," the mid-wife whispered. "She's a girl." The mid-wife
CountdownThere were some good memories somewhere inside of her head
She wanted to keep those to remember him by
As he had left her with such bitterness
Was she to blame for the faults?
Was she the reason for this?
No one was ever free
Because it was haunting
Always was that
They were never romantic because of the world around them
There were things that he should have never done
Yet he did them all without any cares
They might have called to him then
And he had decided to follow
He had left her alone
She was all alone
He thought that
There were never any exact words to describe the changes
All of her own were inaccurate to her ears
She had guided many like him once before
But his uniqueness was of another sort
She was pulled to his soul
But it was a soul
Just like her own
Just as easy
He had not loved the darkness as much as her
That is what he told himself every single day
To believe in those words over and over
Wore them out without too much th
Steal It AwayShe wasn't safe.
Everyone around her celebrated the end of the war, celebrated that she had lived, that she had saved them; and the fear she had seen from them towards her was gone. But she was afraid of them.
A warm breeze would blow across her exposed skin, playing with her loose, blonde hair, but yet she would shiver and pull her arms around her body. The movement of a simple shadow would cause her to jump, and the presence of any living creature filled her with unease. The crowds that were often seen around her didn't help matters at all. No matter how she turned, how she angled herself, her back was always exposed to at least one of them.
Her body would shake, at the most random of times, and a whimper would occasionally make its way out of her mouth. Wide violet eyes flickered everywhere, searching for the danger she knew had to be there.
Once, she had even drawn her broadsword, had aimed it at the dwarf who had helped to raise her. She had avoided him after that, and it seemed a
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