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me... attempting to write... part 2 of a story... As she ran from the city, she thought back to the man she left lying on the floor...
"why was he there?" She thought.
She wanted to go back, to bring him out of there. But those screams, and that burning city. She never wanted to hear them again. She walked over to a tree and sat at its base. Overcome with a sudden sense of fear, she pulled her knees close and hugged them.
"Where am I?"
"What's going on?"
"Why am I here?"
So many unanswered questions...
"Why was I there?"
She tried to think back to what she remembered before she was awakened in the temple... and... nothing... She had absolutely no recollection of what happened before...
"Who am I?" she said out loud.
"Oh? someone else is here?" said an unknown female voice from behind her.
"W-who's there?" she looked around frantically, trying to find the source of the voice.
"What are you doing out here?" the unknown voice responded.
She scanned the forest for the person tal
Me... attempting to write a bit of story...As he stumbled through the doorway, he couldn't help but feel that this was all his fault. The sounds of war raging in the background... the arrow protruding from his chest... He deserved this, but this was his last chance to make things right.
He reached the altar stairs and fell to his knees, pain searing through him, emanating from where the arrow had pierced his chest.
"No... Not yet..." he whispered to himself as he pulled himself back up and leaned on the cold stone railing for support. He then proceeded to climb the stairs, one step at a time. his legs felt like they were made of lead. When he finally made it to the top of the stairs, he stood before the Goddess' altar and stared into the face of the girl who lay on it's surface. Pure white, pale skin. Long, straight black hair. Half buried in a bed of violet colored petals. Wearing a plain, white dress. She looked the same as she did all those years ago, when he was just a s
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