Kiesha'ra: Children of Destiny FourI decided to explore the woods the next day. Nobody told me that I couldn't, not my parents or any of the royal guards. My mother only warned me to be careful and use common sense and better judgment. There were two groups that I knew dwelled out in the forest. The wolf shifters and there was the Obsidian Guild, neither group would really cause me any problems, but better safe than sorry. Landing in a small clearing, I looked around while my fingers fiddled with the Ahnleh that I now wore around my neck. My mother had one and when I visited the Wyvern's Nest, Rosalind, who was in training to succeed A'isha when she would retire from Guild leader, gave it to me. It was one of my precious treasures now, along with the melos that was given to me after I danced for the audience. I walked for a bit, listening to the sounds of the wind blowing through the trees, making the trees sway and the leaves rustle. I didn't know where I was going but then again if I got tired or had to go home then IKiesha'ra: Children of Destiny Four by KalahariMeerkatfan
Kiesha'ra: Children of Destiny ThreeFor most of my thirteen years I had longed to see the land in which my parents had been born. Wyvern's Court with the Northern and Southern hills that held the avian and serpiente people, the people my parents grew up and had lived amongst for most of their lives. It was an impressive sight. The people were fascinating. The avians were cool and collect, betraying little to no emotion. They wore fairly modest colors, Earthen tones with eyes that were mainly brown tones. The serpiente were different, they flowed through the crowd and were open with their emotions and the colors...greens and blues. Meeting my kin was the big event of this day. My grandparents, my mother's cousin, and aunt. The family that was left behind when my parents decided that they had enough. I met the avian kind and also the serpiente. Two halves that formed my whole, or at least a good portion of it. I still had my falcon kin but I doubted that I would ever go to Ahnmik to get to know them. I saw my father's pareKiesha'ra: Children of Destiny Three by KalahariMeerkatfan
Kiesha'ra: Children of Destiny Chapter TwoI found myself in a land that divided the domains of Anhamirak and Ahnmik. I saw the two gods, one a cobra while the other a pure white falcon. I saw them but yet I could not join them. They ignored me, only staring at each other before their eyes finally turned to me. Their eyes were expecting. The vision faded into a scene of temple with a dark-haired dancer who had cobra garnet eyes. A single woman with pure white hair and green eyes looked straight at me, her mouth moved as if there was something that she wanted to say. But I could not hear her.Kiesha'ra: Children of Destiny Chapter Two by KalahariMeerkatfan
Dance with fate, young one. And dance the balance of fire and ice.
When I woke up my father was holding me, his voice low and gentle as he whispered. "Celi, Celi, come back to me." I was shivering, not from cold, but from shock at what I had seen. And I saw my feelings reflected in the eyes of my parents. They were silent as we returned to our house, my father carrying me in his arms. I would had protested had I been feeling better,
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