This is a small character about Sara. This takes place right after The Great Luna Bracelet and is going to have tell a lot of things that happen in those threads. I'll try to keep it clear of what she talking about by putting flash back in, but really if your interested in this tale you should try and read the other ones. The order is as flowed if you want to see the other two threads that lead up to this.
Your free to make comments about the story, but please leave you comments about the grammar to yourself. I'm not checking over the grammar because I actually want to finish this fic. To do this I can't be worried about proofreading it.
She stood there in the cave a lone, watching the man she loved melt away in her view. Loneliness filled her heart again, sadness consumed her mind, but hope filled her body with joy. Even though she should be sad, hoped pushed on to do what needed to be done to see him again. She had to reach Mt. Humlety Colat, there she could restore Luna powers. It was all clear to her, but the journey would be a long one. First she had to reach the village of Colat before she could even think about claming the mountain that watched over the village people. But she was getting a little ahead of herself.
The water dripped faster through the cracks of the cave now. It wasn’t going to hold up much long now that it guardian and the treasure was gone. She her walk back to the enters of the cave where she met the beast that took her here. She glanced at the caves walls wondering how long they where going to hold up. It was odd really to be walking back a lone.
Drip… drip, drip, the sound of the water entered her ear faster and faster noting the end of the cave. Her eyes grow wide as the truth in her mind grew, telling the truth of how much longer her had until the cave collapsed on top of her. It wasn’t long in fact in was only a matter of a few minutes before the water would carry her away. She dashed forward not turning back. Her only hope was to reach the door she knew was too far away.
The rock wall the lined the cave walls begun to crumble under the weight of the liquid above it. Sara ran fiercely down the cave. The giant wave of water came crashing down into the cave flooding quickly the path way that laid in its wake. Sara ran as fast and as far as she could trying to out run the wave of water that chased after her.
The look of fear showed all over her face, glancing back to see the large pool of water sweep under her legs. In a matter of seconds the monstrous mass of water consumed her body and swept her off down the cave. Deeper and deeper the wave went taking out anything in it path to the end. Sara felt the rough wall scrapping the wall of the cave as she rode it deeper into the caverns depth.
I can’t end it here, she thought opening her eyes viewing the smooth, soft, cool liquid rushing pass her body. She had see this view before somewhere, she remembered it like it had just happened to her. It was around the time she first met Raziel.
Sara stood in the beautiful warm sun set near the shore of Giden that was only a few hours run. Her breathing still normal even after treading through the jungle like forest that rested behind her. Her hair flapped wonderful in the breezy air of the sea. She could see a man sitting far out on the rocks that lined the beach. Even with the saw of the handsome man in her view she didn’t seem to help to see him.
She walked closer, hating the idea of having to talk with him. He seemed stupid, weak, pitiful, and honest. Honestly wasn’t something she found to must in men now a days. Her view about them had been warped into something so evil that it was a wonder why she hadn’t killed on yet. Even with the honest he show her he also show her something else. Something she hadn’t ever seem in a man before for. Kindness and gentleness to her for no reason at all.
She knew nothing good would go from being around this man for too long as she agreed to help him for a chance to see the pearl she heard so much about from the towns people. It was said to be a beautiful jewel, one that any women would die to have, a item with unknown magical power and the chance to find something so rare she couldn’t pass up.
Agreeing to help him she begun to use a prayer she had not tested out once. It was a pray that she had only heard about and read in her fathers old book at home. It really had no use at all in a fight so there was really no need to use it. She closed her eyes with the young man following behind her. Walking in a straight line down to the water she begun to pray, “Lord of all water, Poseidon!” Underneath her feet the ground start to glow light blue. Runes formed and ancient Greek writing lined the edges of the circler ring. “I wish that you lend us the power to cross underwater.” She stepped onto the water’s surface, under her an air bubble formed coving her body. Yeah both dived into the deep sea.
That it that were she remember this view it was from back then. She remembered everything for that day even the useless prayer that she hoped would save her life now. She closed her eyes, putting her hand to other hoping this would work. She had never did one of her prayer in her thoughts before.
“Lord of all the water, Poseidon! I wish that you lend us the power to cross underwater.” She focus hard, but nothing happen, her body slammed into other wall forcing more water into her mouth. She wasn’t going to make it if she didn’t do something. She thought hard and fast at what she could be doing wrong, repeating ever line one by one. Something was wrong for it not to work anymore. She thought about every word, tearing apart every word she used.
What could have changed from now and back then? she thought, now having trouble holding her breath under the water. Come on what? She thought about it, seeing a clear view of what happen back then and saw him, then remembered the word ‘us’. That must be it!
She quickly closed her close again, putting her hand together to try it again. “Lord of all the waters, Poseidon! I wish that you lend me the power to cross under the ocean water.” She said in her thought quickly changing the wording just a little. The large rune like circle that form under her that time now formed around her body. Quickly a bubble of air wrapped around her, covering her from the deadly water. She coughed out the mouth full of water that she was almost choking on.
“Thank you Poseidon, for saving my life,” she said resting in the air pocket before moving on to her next plan. She knew she wouldn’t be about to fight the current, but she had other plan that for. She smiled knowing the rest of her great escape out of this cavern. “Powerful god of the sea and water, I call upon your aid in battle and in life. Triton give the world back hope with your powerful waves of water,” she said letting the powerful wave slam into her back pushing her back up the cave.
The wave easily over took the current and she quickly made back everything she lost, as she flew throw the hole that was formed from the cave in. She flew up throw the sea and tossed into the sky of the might wave that took her for the ride. She found herself in the middle of the ocean not far from where she needed to be. The underground land she had just fought her way out was truly amazing. It cut her journey by ten whole day sending her almost right into the village of Colt. It was be only one more or two more days walk when she finally reached land again. She begun her trip back to land blessing her good luck so far.
The cool breeze of the wind touched her face as the maiden made her way out of the water. It rubbed across her face sending ever so lightly, chills down her spine. The light gentle drops on her face flew off, riding the wind all the way down to the sand. Her clothes soaked, filled with water, resting close to her body. The warm sun, bathed her creamy skinned body. Sara breathed hard, out of breath from the long swim back to shore. Her shoes squeaked and felt spongy from the seawater that now filled them. Everything drenched from head to toe.
“Cool,” she said gripping her arms, shaking, letting each droplet fall from her beautiful body. She looked down watching the cold water hit the sand as she begun to feel the warm sun light reach her body. Its wonderful warmth felt so good after missing it for so long.
“Hey! Lady are you alright?” A young man asked waving his hand around as she approached Sara. She glared at him as he ran towards her. A deep dark feeling returned to her, one she had felt in a while. Her hatred for men and how foolish they can be had returned.
“I’m fine,” She snarled, tossing her hair back and shivered some more.
“Good…” the strange young said with an odd smile on his face. It wasn’t friendly nor did he seem like he had good things on his mind. Sara continued to glare him down as he got closer, reaching for her sword slowly. She didn’t like the feeling she was getting from this man. It put her on her toes; it had been so long since she had this feeling before.
“What is that you want?” she asked resting her palm on the hilt of her sword. The man stopped, putting his hands up, giggling a bit. “What is so funny?”
“Nothing much,” he replied tossing his arms down, launching two knives towards Sara. The two blades sliced through the air heading right for her shoulder. Sara dodged both knives with ease, pulling her short sword out of its scabbard.
Shades of the shadowy blade echoed across her hand as it rotated in her palm. Just like a Ferris wheel it slowed down to a stop in her hand, gripping the handle of the sword the maiden caught her footing as she landed in the wet sand. It had been a long time, a very long time since she’s last seen the evil of man. It was almost as if she had been living a dream that she now woken up from. She didn’t have time to think about the reason why he was attacking her. She had more important things to deal with than this guy in her way.
Sara dashed forward, twisting her wrist, readying it to attack him with all she had, Killing him if he was too weak to notice the skill differences between them. Hatred slowly filled her heart again as she approached the young unknown man in front of her.
He stood still with a smile on his face as the blade cut through his body and he disappeared in a cloud of smoke. “That my girl,” a voice that she recognized clearly.
A light chuckle came out; sheathing the sword, she tossed her hair back and walked up the sandy hill to the road up ahead. She could hear the soft sound of deep breathing that came from the beautiful white horse that stood on the road. “A test and a gift father?” she asked as if he was standing right beside her. Sara walked up to the beautiful rare horse, petting it silky, smooth, soft, mane, watching it chilling blue eyes stare back at her. “Hey, there little girl,” Sara said playfully walking closer to its head letting her hand ride up the horse’s back. “What is your name little one?”
The mare sneezed back and what she could only think of as a horses laugh. It was as if it said, “That a dumb question because you will never understand the answer.” Sara laughed she self after realizing how stupid the question was. “Fine than, how about we just name you Snow Angel.”
It shook it head pleased at the name before touching it cold noise on arm head. It was as if it was trying to tell her to get on. She noticed what her new friend was telling her and she quickly got on it back. “Lets go Snow Angel! We have a long ways to go before we get to town.”
The mare called out something in it tongue before galumphing off down the road. She moved quickly down the dirt road, it took everything Sara had in her to stay on without falling. Her brown hair floated down her back from the breeze made from the speed that they were moving. “Slow down Snow Angel!” Sara shouted out gripping whatever she could to stay on. The horse came to a sudden stop and she was flung into the grass in front of her hitting the edge of the wooden bridge. “Och! I said slow down not stop,” the young maiden said rubbing her back.
“Maybe the horse is smarter than you,” a strange voice from behind her said. “I’ve been looking for the great Sara Wildfire of the Griffon family,” he said with such hatred in his voice that she felt fear run down her back.
“Who are you?” She asked turning around glaring at the old man blocking the way forward. His hair white as her horse’s mane and he stood not much taller than she did. He took a step onto the bridge his cane echoed off the wooden floor below. “How do you know who I am!?” she shouted, slowly reaching down for her sword. The old man continued to walk forward towards her, his jade eyes meeting hers.
“The real question young wildfire is why don’t you remember me? I might have grown old, but you should remember,” he replied stopping in the middle of the bridge. “You were really young back then when we met and yet stronger then anyone in your family. You’re fearful spirit still can be seen even now,” he said, the old man eyes filled with blood. His view of the world change and he could see the spirits that covered the world in there true form.
“What are you talking about? Make sense or move out the way. I don’t have time to play around here with you!” she yelled drawing her sword only to find the old man gone. Nobody stood at the bridge, the grass showed no signs of being touched.
He is gone… What was that? Who was that?
Sara questioned what happen as she got back on Snow angel and rode all the way to the village of Colt. The horse can to a slow stop as they reached the old wooden gate of the small village. There wasn’t much to the place, but she couldn’t see much in the darkness of night. “Good job. Now to find a place to sleep for the night girl,” Sara said quietly, gently patting the horse as she scanned the land.
The house strolled along the dirt road of the village slowly, but with a steady pace. There wasn’t much to the mall village it seemed to be filled with small houses. She took her time down the road not making too much noise trying to find someone up still. She turned down onto another road finding a small girl standing out on the porch.
“Are you already little girl?” Sara asked riding her hose closer to the porch where the girl stood. She said nothing only shook her yes as she ran back into the house. The building wasn’t much to look at, but it seemed to be a nice place to rest at before she started her tip the mountain. The moon was in full sight and the sky free from any clouds. The horse slowed down until it was next to the railing of the porch and Sara hoped off it back.
“Good girl,” she said rubbing it head before going to the door of the house. As she was about to knock on the door a young woman opened it. She was in a gorgeous satin purple nightgown.
“May I help you?” she asked was a yawn in her voice.
“Do you know of a place I could stay to night?” Sara asked her looking inside the crack of the door.
“Its been a while since anyone come to stay here,” she said opening the door the rest of the way. “Come in. You just happen to pick the only hotel in the village.”
“Really! What luck. I only came to this place because of the girl outside. Is she your daughter?”
“Why was she outside this late at night?” Sara asked not really meaning to as she stepped inside of the building. It was warm inside the heated air relaxed her body.
“She, she a strange child. I haven’t been able to understand her since she turned six,” the young lady said walking towards the fireplace. “I won’t charge you for to night. How long are you planning to stay?”
“A few nights. I need to rest a bit before I continue on my way. I also need to find some new clothes before I see him again,” she said losing herself in her thoughts a bit.
“I know of a nice place to shop at in this town. Maybe, if you want I’ll show you were it is in the morning.”
“That’ll be fine. Where is my room at for now?” she asked looking at the small place and the one staircase that she guessed lead to the guest rooms. The woman glanced back at her young gust and with her eyes pointed to one of the doors next to her.
“That’s your room for tonight,” She said as she found her way to the couch.
Sara only could nod, making her way to the door that lead to her room. Tired from her trip through the water and the ride on her new friend; the night left her with many unanswered questions. She opened the door hoping that the morning would give her some answers to her endless questions.
The strong protective grip of a hand held her body still. She could feel her shoulder resting upon someone, but didn’t know who. She couldn’t see it face in the darkness the shroud her vision. It was live she was in a dream; a dream that she lived before. She could felt a very oily liquid running up between her legs. Something, like a snake like tail rubbed up against her smooth legs. It creep her out and shocked her at she never felt fear.
His body that she rested on calmed her rattled soul. The tail and the oily water clamed up her a long her legs reaching up pass her skirt, covering her whole body, taking away the body she felt self with. She reached out to grab hold of it, but only found her sword that rested by her side. She gripped it with anger and stabbed the demon’s tail like body off her.
She swam up to reach for the shadow body, but found herself being pulled back down into the sea of darkness. She tried hard to grab hold of him, but she fell deeper and deeper into the pool of nothingness. She called for him when finally she could he his warm body again.
In the dark room of the inn where the young Sara slept in a deep dream. The cool air blew in an across her body, shrouding her in it arms. She tossed across the bed mumbling and calling for someone in her dreams. The woman that owned the place walked in worried about the young girl. She stared down at the young soul resting in a restless sleep.
“Oh, you must have had a painful life and trip,” she said quietly before closing the door. The small girl ran in before the door closed all the way. She stared at the Luna guardian with a worried look on her face. Her mother pulled on the girl’s shoulder, but she didn’t move. She rested her arms on her chest as she moved closer to Sara.
“Poor child,” The small girl said resting her hand on Sara’s forehead.
“Mille, get over her,” her mother shouted quietly to her. Thinking about what her daughter just said to the sleeping woman. It had been so long since she had said a word to anyone. She wondered what would make her start talking now.
Mille just shook her head and kept her head place on the forehead on the Luna guardian. It some the touch calmed Sara restless body and as it rested normally. “Sleep while guardian,” she said before passing out on the floor next to Sara.
“Don’t tell me!” she shouted out a loud covering her mouth not to wake the two. Could she really be the next Luna guardian? Would that me Mille the chose one to lead her? She thought to herself before leaving the two a lone in the room.
The darkness when away and she could finally see the man that in her arms. It was the only one that was allowed to hold her. She glazed into Raziel deep sad eyes noticing they where under water again. He left her side and seemed to be swimming to a rock that rested under the ocean. Sara recalled this place it was the place they found the pearl at.
“Raziel! No!” she yelled, but he couldn’t hear her cry to not grab it. She hated the knight that rested in the pearl and to be reliving it now made her heart race. He reached out for the pearl and she jumped towards him…
“No!” she screamed out with all her might popping up from the bed. Tears ran down her eyes and the morning sun shined upon her body. It seemed so real; the dream she had just waken from. One full of sadness and loneliness. She glanced down to see the girl asleep on the floor next to her. A small blanket coved her body from the cool morning air.
“What are you doing here?” She asked getting up off the bed and bending down next to Mille. The young girl only moved her head a bit before resting again. “Where you here all night I wonder?” she asked before putting her hand on the girl’s side.
“Don’t,” a voice called out softly to Sara. “let her sleep.”
Sara turned around to see who calling her and founded it was only the owner. She nodded her head and got up from where she was. “Ok.”
Sara didn’t understand what the owner met by that, but she followed her anyway. Still sleepy from her nightmare last night she wasn’t in the mood for talking much. The smell of fresh tea filled the kitchen as the ladies enter the room. There wasn’t much to the place; plain white tiles lined the floor that they walked on. They sat down by the wooden table where two cups of tea had already been placed down. The woman stared at Sara, watching her drink the cup of tea. “My name is Malle by the way and the little girl is Mille,” she said finally drinking some of her tea.
The favor of the tea was good, it been awhile since she had such good tea. “Sara. Sara Wildfire,” she said staring down at her tea. “This is some good tea.”
“Thank you. Picked the leaves myself out back.”
“Oh, well it very good,” Sara said, getting up to get another cup of tea. “So, What is it that you want to talk about?”
“Nothing, really. I was just wondering where are you planning to head to after this,” Malle said taking other sip of her drink.
“Mt. Humlety Colat, there I hope to find a shine and after that I’m going to meet someone that waiting for me,” Sara said turning around staring at the woman. “Why?” she asked looking at her strangely.
“So, it true than. The great Luna Guardian has arrived here finally after so many years of waiting,” the woman said bowing down before Sara feet. “Please take me as your chose one and not my child,” she pled staring at her with sadden eyes.
“That can not happen mommy,” the sound of the little girl’s voice echoed through the room.
Sara didn’t know what to make of this. She didn’t understand what this woman was talking about nor did she really care. Though she was blushing from having a grown woman bow down at her feet. She really wished she knew what was going on and what was this Luna Guardian the woman had spoken of. She could only guess that she had been talking about the Luna bracelet that rested on her wrist.
“Please. Stand,” Sara managed to say embarrassed by the older woman and at the same time for her. She glanced over that the girl that stared her in the eyes. She didn’t know why, but the seemed lifeless to her. Like something had taken over her body and was now controlling it.
“I’m the only one that knows how to reach the shine safely. Also, you are going to need my soul to call forth the Luna Goddess powers,” the girl said as if she had no feeling.
“What!?” Sara shouted out dropping her cup to tea on the floor. The small teacup shattered on the floor cutting her leg. She only felt the pain of the cut for a few second before it disappeared. Glancing down she watched at the blood ran back into her skin and her seal back up. Her eyes grew wide as she rubbed her leg where the cut formed just seconds ago.
“The goddess of the moon doesn’t wish for her guardian of her powers to die just yet. This is why I’m here,” she said again walking a step closer to Sara. “Though, I don’t see why you’re any different from the last young lady that had it.”
“What are you and where the little girl,” Sara snarled out walking closer to the demon child glaring her in the eyes.
“You don’t need to worry about her. She willing gave her soul for you Guardian,” she said with a smile across her face. The mother stood quietly watching and listening to the two talk. She could believe what she was hearing herself. She’d heard the legend be told to her many of times, but she never thought it was all true.
“Listen hear massager,” Sara yelled not able to come up with a better name for the demon. “I’m not going to give up anybody life for this power. I don’t care what your little master told you to do. I’m telling you this only once. Give that girl body back!”
“Can’t no-” the demon begun to said stopping only to find a blade at it neck. It smiled as it stared into the wild eyes of Sara. “Doing that would only kill this body. In order to kill me you would have to-”
The deep sound of growling entered the young girl’s ears. The freighting sound was not of this world and the spirit could see six eyes stare it down from the flames of hell. It jumped back; away from Sara as it shook in fear from what it just saw. “So…” Sara said taking a step closer to the little demon.”
“Ok, ok, but even with that thing help you won’t make it to the shrine. The path way it dangerous and the creators that guarded it aren’t push over. If you don’t have me as a guide you’ll have to fight your way through them.”
“I don’t see the problem yet,” Sara said sheathing her sword back by her side. “And why do I need a soul?”
“The soul is to pleases the grand master of the shine that watches over Luna’s body which has the blood you need to restore that thing on your arm,” the scared guide answered before slowly rising up from the ground he’d fallen to in the short time of talking to the guardian of the Luna bracelet. “You really don’t know this?”
“No stupid!” Sara yelled getting back in his face. “Anyway, there no reason to do that anymore. Now, tell me why do you call me guardian?”
“What do you mean first by there no reason to do that?”
“I’m the master right? I have the Luna bracelet now so the grand master is just going to have to be happy with severing me,” the young mind woman said moving away from her new little friend.
“I don’t think you understand. You’re just the keeper of Luna’s powers until one day when she comes down to this planet again. When that time comes you will have to give her back the bracelet and its powers,” the poor demon said laughing. “So your really nothing, but a pawn in her plans.”
“Will see about that. Until than you can keep your mouth shut and I won’t think about killing you. After all I happen to hate men,” Sara said leaving the room without another word. The demon had got to her, but it was nothing a little lone time couldn’t fix.
Only a keeper. So, that what this thing is all about. Well I’ll fix this whole little problem so it in my favor at the end. Though, I’m not sure how to go about it right now, she thought to herself as she rested in the chair staring at the ceiling. She could hear the sounds of footsteps coming into the room behind her. She figured it to be her little pet or the owner of this place. She didn’t care either way who it was as long as they left her a lone.
“Thank you,” the woman said resting a cool towel over Sara forehead. The cold water felt good against her heated body.
“What did I do?’ Sara asked resting her hand on the towel closing her eyes to rest.
“Nothing really. Its just, that you’re so strong and your heart is so kind that if what you say is true you’ll be a great warrior and woman someday.”
“Like I seek to become a warrior. I fight because I have to. Not because I want to. If you don’t know how to fight in this day and age people will push you around like that demon. I won’t allow myself to be controlled by such being,” she replied with just enough feeling for the keeper to understand.
“You’re right. I’m sorry,” the lady said bowing down to Sara before leaving to walk out the door.
“I still want to go shopping. You’re going to take me right?”
“Of course,” the woman said softly leaving out the doorway letting Sara rest in the chair. The day had only started and she was tired already of this place.
After a very long wait I give you chapter 5 of this odd tale of my. As I've stated before I haven't proofread any of this and I'm sure they is a lot of mistake in this. I'm pretty sure since I work this in like two hours time.
Not bad for me. Anyway, try to enjoy it.
What going on? Ever since I got this damn thing, I haven’t understood anything that going on around me. Sara thought to herself letting her eyes wondered down to the jewel on her arm. First it was that horse and the message father sent me. That was f***en weird a lone. She sighted as she sat up from the old bed she slept in that night.
Then there was this place and that weird demon. I wonder what he gotten so scared of. She finish getting ready for the day still thinking about the event that past and what she needed to do. After getting dress she made her way to the kitchen were she found Malle finishing up her food.
“Morning. I’m ready to go shopping when ever your ready. I want to get going by night fall so this is my last night here.”
“I understand that. Please help yourself to some food first. You helped me out so much without knowing.”
“I’m not that hungry right now. All of things have been on my mind and I feel like I don’t know the world around me.”
“I could tell you what I know about Luna and the bracelet you now wear.”
“That might be helpful,” she said taking a seat down at the table. She wasn’t too sure if she really wanted to hear what she had to say, but not knowing she felt was worst.
“Well, many centuries back there was a young girl that was born on this land. Her birth to this town was a blessing. Our people were dieing from lack of water and food. The plants wouldn’t grown healthy enough to feed everyone and so the weak started to dead. It was a sad time from what I heard when the story was told to me.
The woman at the time that had or was having kids would hid them for the hungry men and woman that had no food. The woman that have kids and couldn’t get food I heard ate their own child just to live. It was a bad time to live here. But on the night that the girl name Luna was born rain poured down into the dried streams that now flow beautiful down the mountain now.
It was like she was able to control the flow of water. The village people never thought anything of it at the time. They were happy enough that animal started going back and the stream flowed again. The little girl grew up in this town, but sadly didn’t have a good life here. She was picked and beat on by the other kids because of her hair and eyes.
From what I’ve hear Luna’s eyes where silver and she had the prettiest little golden, yellowish hair that floated down her back. She become distant from everyone and the stream begun to dry up again. In the end Luna killed herself taking her powers with her. It was only after her death did the town realize that she was the reason the water came.
They took her body deep into the mountain and pried for days for forgiveness. After many days and night they finally got a response in the from of a message demon. You know like that one you met earlier.”
Sara nodded getting a picture of what kind of world she’d found herself into. It sacred her a little to think that such a world existed before she was born.
“It told them that one child would have to be chosen to take her place. They didn’t understand what that meant when they agree to it. After that water begun to flow again here. It unclean how many people have worn that bracelet, but each of them until now has been from this village. It unclear what happen to the last one that held it.”
“So, this thing was made, but something to transfer the girl’s power to us human?” Sara rubbed the bracelet with her hand. “If I… take her powers than what would happen? It seems like you have water here.”
“Like I said, we don’t know what happen to the last person that had its power. Maybe she gave her life for the town or even the world. Its been so long since anyone has seen the bracelet that its become nothing, but a fairytale for little girls to hear.”
“I… don’t know if I want to go now.” Sara eyes stay fixed on the jewel around her arm. She didn’t know what twist of fate would happen if the powers of Luna was given to her. Malle watch Sara worried if she said too much for her to hand.
“Make your mind up after today. For now I’ll take you around the village.” Sara felt the gentle touch of her hand pass by her shoulder before leaving the room. She didn’t know what was right or wrong anymore. If I seek power that could end lives like that. No. I won’t be like those evil men. If I had the power to control the flow of water I would make sure everyone had water. Right?
She thought to herself unsure if she could even answer herself. Something doesn’t add up though, if she has the power to control water. That would mean she could control human in a sense. It would make more sense if she had a pulling effect on water like the moon.
That’s it! Luna must have had a lunar effect like the moon to the ocean tides. The former lady must of understood this and tried to put a stop to it. It worked up until now. That means…
“Sara! How about this one? Sara!”
“I said how about this one? You’ve been out of it since we left the house.”
“Sorry. I was thinking about things. Umm.” She glanced over the pretty blue dress really liking how it made. “It look pretty. You should try it on.”
Malle shook her head pressing the dress against Sara’s chest. “This one is your size. You go try it.”
“I’ve never liked wearing long dresses.”
“It light weight and it seems to have a lot of movement. I think you might like it.”