Reflections (Nolan) Jun 10, 2010 11:42:34 GMT -5
Post by Akailia Devi on Jun 10, 2010 11:42:34 GMT -5
Neon yellow eyes highlighted the bushes as she walked gently atop the silky blades of grass. Her paws pressed themselves into the dirt with her light weight, leaving prints to let the forest know where she was going. But she was sure it already knew. It seemed to know her better than she did. She was trying to understand why her mate left. Just one day when she woke up, he was gone. And he was one of the best Draggas she could ask for to run Anaria. Anaria was to be respected. It was to be protected. She could run the pack by herself, for it wasn’t a large pack. But it wasn’t weak. She knew this forest better than any wolf could. But she also knew that the time would come when she would have to give up this power to another wolf. She wanted it to be one of her pups. Her pups grew up here, and she tried to raise them to see the Balance. It was impossible to teach them to see, it was just something that they would have to experience.
She kind of knew which wolf she wanted to take over. She wanted Nolan, but she didn’t know if he completely grasped the concept just quite yet. It would be a year or so until he could take over anyways. She wanted to be completely sure that he knew what this forest was really made of. He needed to know the cycle, the creatures, and how the trees moved toward the sun. The Balance was something that he would need to respect and protect for his entire life because Akailia wouldn’t always be here to keep it safe. She wasn’t the first wolf to discover it, but there were only a select few that the Balance would choose to represent it. Akailia was one of the lucky ones, and she prayed to Halasia that they would choose Nolan too.
Her neon colors accented the pitch black night near the creek. They reflected off of the creek as she lapped up some water. She could feel the breeze rustling the trees and whispering through the leaves. She needed to talk to her pup soon. She kept her paws in the water and howled a melodious howl for him to come. The fish nipped at her paws as she did so, her tail began to wag. Patiently she waited, Nolan would be here soon.