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Goodbye my darlingMy darling,I write to you in the hope that you are wellThat health and happiness rules your lifeAnd that nothing has let you down.I wish I could say the same about myselfI’ve waited until nowUntil the peak of my strifeUntil I’ve being kicked out of townI wish I didn’t have to say this about myselfFor you see I have being dealt a foulI am not toughI feel like if I let go I’ll drownI cannot save myselfKeep strong for they will hunt you downThey will tear and rip and shredAnd only then will they beginThere’s nothing I can say to save or help youFor we are the same down our very frownThey scream for our blood that is just as redThey say we are different despite what they are seeingMy darling all I think about is youI hope it is the same for you.I fear for our love that is so outcast and judgedI hope our positions will never budge.They are coming now,I can hear the horses,I can hear the automobiles,I can hear the helicoptersI am so s
Travellers, part one chapter fiveTeara looked back and her head cocked to the side, Seth was lying on the ground and knocked out cold. Only moment prior the aura that they had felt so strongly had disappeared and Seth’s steps and being silenced with his fall to the ground. She was shocked, had he become the next victim of this vicious monster? TG rushed towards the fallen protector yet before she could touch him she was thrown backwards by an invisible force. The area resounded with a grown that was so menacing that Teara was seriously contemplating abandoning this ‘righteous’ mission and leaving the land to its doom. This wasn’t her job was it? No her job was to travel, to run away from things when they got too serious. Her job was not to fight things, she wasn’t a fighter she was a witch.Just like Seth tears were forming in her eyes and wetting her fur. The dead-looking wolf was lying ahead of her sobbing and his sadness was contagious. It made her dwell on her life, on how she was a w
Travelers, Part one chapter four“So why the guardian?” Teara asked as they walked slowly, they were walking towards the tree den but they had taken a different route, a winding route. Every few minutes or so they would stop and the purple and white wolf would sniff at a few things, study a rock or a tree or whatever she saw fit and then they would carry on. She walked like she knew the territory yet she sniffed and smelled like she didn’t.“Well why do they call you the witch?” The guardian said off-handedly as she sniffed at a hole in the base of a tree that was most likely the den of some creature of another.“Well because I’m a witch… but… you’re not a guardian. You haven’t protected us from anything?”“I protected you from yourselves. That male would have killed you should you two have fought but surely you should know by now? This territory, it is not as peaceful as if seems” the guardian said with a smile and then she walked o
Travellers, part one chapter threeThe gentle breeze made the whispy strands of his fur jump and dance, some bits detached and drifted in the wind. He was shedding his winter coat, spring brought that among many things. It was not supposed to bring the death he had experienced all winter. Every member of the pack had either died or abandoned it. They had left their pack-mates to die, left them at the time they needed them most.He had stayed, he had kept his vows and now? What good had it brought him? He sat here mourning the loss of hundreds and he was sure he was next. What good had all of this brought him? He had served and honored and worked yet now he sat here with nothing. He was prey to a disease that no healer could heal. Even the witch had run off with her tail in between her legs when her glowing water had changed color. He shook his head, growling at the clouds before entering the darkness of the den. He stopped for a moment, allowing his eyes to adjust and then he walked to the den of the sick. He didn