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lonn chapters - lost memoriesdeep in the forest of lonn, was the great oak.
the spirit tree. it was the gate to the spirit realm
and other worlds. it was the tallest tree in lonn,
and the most magical. it's roots sunk down deep and
spread across the island keeping it together.
around the trunk hung a rope with shime and
other magical charms on it. the branches
grew in a spiral up the tree so one could
climb the first part then walk on the branches
like steps where they grew close together
near the top.
at one of the top bows, a portal opened from one
of the other worlds. out flew a grey pigeon.
it soared over the treetops and headed for
the ancient underground library to the loft it called home.
it flew to a hollow tree, and flew in through a
hole in its side. it flew through some winding tunnels
then it reached the loft and landed on a perch in the loft.
before it could fold its wings, a small silver fox
grabbed it in her jaws. she pinned it to the dirt floor
and snarled. "Percy... where have you been?.."
lonn new chapters page 6deep in the underground library in the infirmary wing
lay lithium in bandages. the day before he had
been attacked by the sylph society. eclipse
sat by the edge of the bed. tears in her eyes.
"please don't die on me..." she sobbed. he had not
awoken since shineko had knocked him out.
riala entered the room. she put her hand on eclipse's
shoulder. "he will be alright. i'll make sure of it."
she said. her voice sounded cold and emotionless.
after being through thousands of deaths in a war,
she rarely showed emotion towards things like this.
she did not want to feel anything towards that demon
anyway. even though he was eclipse's friend.
lithium started to wake. he sat up and coughed blood.
the blade must have punctured his lung.
he tried to sit up, but he could not. "hey, don't re-injure yourself."
riala snapped. "i just mended you up, and i won't do it again."
she left. eclipse leaned over the bed and looked in h
lithium's storyi opened my eyes. i gazed at my surroundings.
i was in the pigeon loft of riala's library. i have been
hanging around this place, it's the only place riala will let me stay.
i stretched my limbs after my nap and groomed my sleek black fur.
i am quite handsome in my fox form if i do say so myself.
i squeezed through the narrow entrance to the loft
and headed down a tunnel to the main part of the library.
before i went through the door, i transformed to a sylph
like form. i opened the door and walked into the library.
tall rows of bookshelves reached to the ceiling high above
surrounded me. there was a spell sprite sorting the books
of one shelf. i thought to myself shall i cause trouble?
but if one of the sylphs are around they are sure to
hear the sprite alarm the others. so i calmly passed by it.
a small silver fox dashed over the wooden floor
with several scrolls in his mouth and his fur smeared with ink.
it was jashi. the one that helped foil so many of my p
shineko's storyi woke up and yawned. just another day
in my boring life. i picked up my futon from
the floor and stuffed it in the closet.
i walked right through the kitchen.
"i'll just skip breakfast. i don't really feel like eating
anyway." i thought as i headed for the door.
i walked up a flight of steps and came out through
a hollow tree with a door on it. i gazed around
to determine the weather for the day.
i looked up at the position of the sun.
"shit, i slept past noon i'll be late for work!"
i said under my breath. i took a deep breath.
the scent of ash and sulfur filled my lungs.
this place was anything but cozy. a long time
ago, there was a war where i am standing now.
most of the trees here are burnt to stumps.
and the soil is so non-fertile nothing grows in it's place.
i started to head out east to the village.
i live in my girlfriend's library because i'm
not welcome in town. because i'm part human.
i come for a few hours and work in the fields and lea
still together in our heartseven though we are apart,
i still have you in my heart.
tiny threads of fate,
connect us it's not too late,
i won't give up, i won't give up,
for we are still connected in our hearts,
and nothing will ever tear us apart.
the seasons change i have not seen you in years,
but still i am strong and cast away all of my fears,
for we are still together in mysterious ways,
until you return i will count the days,
for we are still together in our hearts.
fate has put me on a very hard road to follow,
but i still can have hope in tomorrow,
for no matter where it takes me,
my spirit and soul is still free,
and it only belongs to you.
none can replace,
your kind smiling face,
there's no other i'd rather be with,
because finding another is just a myth.
i pour out my feelings in an endless rhyme,
for it seems to help pass the time,
you've been far gone,
for so long,
I've almost learned to be without you.
even though you are far away,
we are still together in our hearts.
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