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To VivifyAt first I only visited the dungeons because of the scorching summer heat. They were the coldest place in the entire stone palace, and only there the inferno was dissipated. I remember the look on his face the first time I placed my thin slippers on that chill floor- surprise, eyes hungry for a sight unknown. I found that interesting, but I was still preoccupied by the feverish glow in my skin, which still felt dry as paper and ready to ignite.After that first time, I found it harder and harder to bear the sultry afternoons when I knew that there was a cool respite awaiting. The first few times I ignored his presence, laying on the cold floor and focusing on the glacier breath exhaled from the stone. After a while i began to bring books, reading. Sometimes I would hum unconsciously, listening to the echoes bouncing around the chamber. The first time I sang, a shocked gasp reminded me I was not alone.He always acted like he was the one receiving a great treasure. But he was
That look in your eyesAsh drew nearer to the Imperial when the world began to break. A massive sound wave crashed into her, shocking her mind. Everything seemed muffled as she fell, debris pelting down around her. The world was burning, and it seemed as though she would burn with it. Impact- She hit the deck of a ship. Ash attempted to roll with the fall, but it didn't seem to help. She couldn't breathe- it seemed as though there was no longer air around her. As she gasped for breath, Ash tried to get up, but failed. Slowly, strenuously, she managed to pull herself to a nearby wall and leaned against it. Everything seemed pale and aimless. She had trouble focusing on much. Her vision seemed to pull away- as if she was viewing everything from a telescope- the sense of depth fading in and out. She lifted a shaky hand from her torso and glanced down at the dark stain. She blinked slowly and glanced to the side, her hazy focus on a silhouette approaching. With every exhale she seemed to sink further. H