Foxes in the henhouse part 3.
* Summary. A fleeting moment shared between two people before they part for an indefinite period of time. This is an independent story with no follow-up chapters. Evanescence. Evanescence: n. the event of fading and gradually vanishing from sight.* I watch you, a smile playing on your lips, your eyes reflecting the emotions you think cannot be interpreted. Your hands move as you converse, and your aura is wonderfully calm. The group of people in front of you smiles suddenly, makin. My name is Edward Marston. Well, actually, that's not my real name, but that's not important. I'm a freelance journalist, working in troubled pockets of the third world, telling stories no one else cares to tell. I've been to over four dozen countries; Afghanistan, Iraq, Congo, Laos, half of Central Asia, you name it. I've seen it all, and I've never balked at any of it. But there's one story I've kept to myself, one story too troubling to send to the major papers and magazines, one story I.
The spectral Sewing bird is a shop run by Matilda Needlesworth a 6th generation seamstress with a trick up her sleeve, a magical sewing bird, and it's meant to be a shop you could just add to any city or town you'd like it to be in. But before I dive into this I better explain what a Sewing bird is for those of us like myself who hadn't really heard of one before. (As this is my first post ever on this sub I'd love to here any criticism you have for the post, be it on content or layout. So.
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[Everhunter] Chapter VI.
[I should not have cast Real Magic] an_illusionist_by_trade_i_should_not_have_cast. Part 1) My Future is looking Dark] an_illusionist_by_trade_my_future_is_looking. Part 2) Real Magic Harms more than it Heals] an_illusionist_by_trade_real_magic_harms_more. Part 3) My Days of Freedom are Over. * My Everything. King Thranduil watched through his bed chamber balcony window. His Mirkwood Guard was training in the courtyard below. Their dark green uniforms matched his royal colors. But one particular guard caught his attention. She was average in every single way. Her hair was long and golden like the sunset. *Or gold itself.* Thranduil thought, as he watched her match every stroke of her opponent. He swept away from the window at a knock at the door, his blue eyes reluctant.