Posts Tagged: life
Carina watched Mara when she walked in Olivolo Castle’s gardens. Carina lived in a stone annex to the Castle which had a grated window opened inside the Castle’s walls, covered year round by Ivy. Carina spent hours looking through the window
Julia’s legs led her to a woman who was painting a flower. She watched her for a few minutes, until her hands told her to draw, right there, the woman and the flower on her notebook. She returned home hungry just
They became heroes in all the ways people become heroes, by accident or by disgrace. They were the outcast, the rebels, those that had no time to lose and were impatient with their life. They made fortunes and lost them
Welcome home, said the Automaton. Kristen, Gaia’s mom, had left a spinach and ricotta tart in the oven and a note. I’ll be home late. Lots of kisses, Kristen.