Icetouched Part 11: Sun Ch. 3Icetouched Part 11: Sun Ch. 3 by TheeForsakenOne
Aleya took plodding steps across the hills and away from the place she had called home all her life. They had all abandoned her when she had done so much for them. Teaching them, helping with chores, looking after their children, being a good as friend as possible and just trying to be helpful in anyway she could. In return, when it came down to it they were too worried about themselves to help the one who had helped them as much as they possibly could. Everyone in that village deserved to die.
Her body still quivered with rage as her heavy footfalls carried to the top of a high hill. She stopped when she came to a high cliff. Her gaze dropped to stare at the bottom many feet below her.
It would be so easy. The rage and despair burning inside her hurt so much. The pain of falling would be brief then she would be released.
She looked down at her hands and blinked. One was armoured and one was not. Why had she put these clothes on? They were far too immodest and tight. She looked around
Icetouched Part 11: Sun Ch. 1Icetouched Part 11: Sun Ch. 1 by TheeForsakenOne
The red door creaked open quietly as the young girl attempted to sneak stealthily out of the house. The wane morning light sparkled on the dew from the grass in the front garden.
Are you going to the market? asked a womans voice from inside the house.
The girl sighed, Yes, mum.
Could you take the list and get me what we need?
She shrugged, I guess so. The girl turned around and walked back into the hall, grabbing a slip of paper off a small table in the hall before walking out the door.
Dont be too long, dear, called the mother.
The red haired girl rolled her eyes, See you later.
Effortlessly jumping over the wall around the garden, rather than taking the gate like a sensible person, the girl began to walk down the main street towards the village square and the market place. She exchanged greetings and polite waves with everyone she knew, considering she h
Icetouched Part 10: StormIcetouched Part 10: Storm by TheeForsakenOne
The ancient gnarled trees stared down at the three interlopers with all the dislike the ancient can have for young upstarts. Will-o-the-wisps and other faerie lights lazily drifted past the three travellers as they walked unerringly to the centre of the old empty woods. Dew sparkled from long green grass, soaking the legs of the trio who pressed on in silence, one in armour travelling ahead of a pair who were holding hands. It was not fear that kept the group silent, it was respect. They were all awe stuck at the majesty of the almost primeval woodland - at the little bubbling brooks, sparkling trees, silvery mists, the faerie lights, and bright green grass. It was almost like a dream world.
After what felt like an eternity, the group finally emerged through the trees and into the centre of Great Forest. Before them, stood a massive moss covered rock behind a deep pool of clear water t