To see her return in this way. Is it any worse than losing her altogether? I don’t know.
My hands are shaking. I can barely…
The more she lingers, the more I wonder if this is really her.
The bright blue eyes are watching, always watching.
They are her eyes.
But she’s not in them.
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“Where to?” I asked, holding open the door, and hoping my passenger didn’t notice the unsightly sparks coming out of the rear driver side thruster. To be fair, that only happened when the cab was hovering.
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Red was full of love and kindness. Orange was full of cheer and laughter. Yellow was full of happiness and hope. Green was inventive and nurturing. Blue was serene and peaceful. Indigo was philosophical and thoughtful. Violet was noble and just.
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“I should go first,” Azi whispered, wiping his brow and adjusting his cap in one movement. It was unnaturally warm in the dragon’s den.
The little brown mouse, standing on her hind legs beside him, twitched her whiskers. “You’re too big. She’ll hear you, and she’ll smell you. We’ve already decided. Why do you waver?”
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