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A Mothers Anguish

 
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 26, 2003 4:33 pm    Post subject: A Mothers Anguish Reply with quote

From the balcony of the castle, the door opened. She stepped out and placed her arms upon the railing, looking out towards the kingdom below.
Her beauty unmarred even by the shadows that passed, yet she slept not.
The recent events caused her to be in anguish. The lad not her own blood, but her son nevertheless. Crystaline blue eyes lift towards the moonless sky. Tears of anguish roll down her cheeks. Her fists clenched to the sides of her gown as the tears dropped. One word was uttered and seemed to echo throughout the valley below. "Teo."

The mages have gathered for the battle that soon could not be denied. The ones that had taken her son from her very grasp shall pay dearly. She would not sit and do nothing while blood of others might be spent to save her son. She too had been packed and ready to take the next journey that will lead them all to unknown perils.
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