Her movements were short and curled together as the darkened water’s torrents.
The woods had a mist to them; the air seemed to get chillier as the night clock counted down to the next sunrise of a blissful day.
The night seemed to last forever, her long white hair contrasts against the pitch black. Almost a colour of yin and yang, shifting as the girl moves.
The wind blows slightly, causing the mist to slowly amble its way through out the dead woods.
The girl swiftly walks into the heart of the dead forest, her long white hair flows behind her as her tail uncurls around her body.
As her tail uncurls, her ears seem to appear at the top of her head. Her ears slowly rise up into a perked position; twisting to and fro, listening to the silent of the woods, searching for something that she had lost long ago.
Her hands hung at her side, her fingers curled up into a fist. Her eyes started to show rage as she couldn’t find what she was looking for. Her expression was different then what it was earlier, there seemed to be worried written all over it.
Suddenly a young white wolf appears in the mist, staring at the young girl with jaded eyes. She stops, starring at it. Her hazel eyes seem to glow due to the reflection of the mid-night moon light. The white wolf slowly steps forward, meeting up with the girl. Its movement’s showing kindness and friendliness towards the young girl as she bent down to meet it at its own level.
The figure came running towards them; the smell of blood began to fill the air. The smell of her brethren’s blood, that made her rage go out of control. She stood tall, her tail flickering to and fro as she ran towards the stranger. Waiting to get revenge upon for slaughtering her family and friends; she lets out a scream as she tackled the warrior to the terrain.
alabasterwolveness wrote:her long white hair flows behind her as her tail uncurls around her body.
Her long, white hair was flowing behind her as her tail uncurled around her body.
alabasterwolveness wrote:staring at the young girl with jaded eyes. She stops, starring at it.
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