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Mae

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I love simple things of beauty. My writing isn't very original or exciting, but it has a lot of heart in it-it means a lot to me. I love the wind, sea, popcorn, chick flicks, anything that makes me laugh, dandelions and blank notebooks.

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Mae (United States) published:

Daughter of the Sky: Chapter 11

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Creed stared into the flames. 
Aravir had never spoken much, but the silence around him was almost too much for him. He frowned. Why think of Aravir? He had known her for less than two weeks. And yet...
He frowned again. He remembered feeling this way years ago. And the feeling had betrayed him and his heart. 
The flames popped, making light and shadows perform a strange dance on the cave wall. The light shone deep into the cave. On...

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Mae (United States) published:

Daughter of the Sky: Chapter 12

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Aravir woke the next morning. 
Everything seemed a blur. She rubbed her temples, frowning as she tried to remember what had happened. She concluded that nothing had happened, and that it had all been a dream. 
But she couldn't believe it. 
She dressed, picking from the huge wardrobe a long dark-green dress, simply made, but beautiful. She looked at her hair curiously in the mirror before brushing it. It was a lovely black, and she was startled to realize, after...

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Daughter of the Sky: Chapter 12

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Aravir woke the next morning. 
Everything seemed a blur. She rubbed her temples, frowning as she tried to remember what had happened. She concluded that nothing had happened, and that it had all been a dream. 
But she couldn't believe it. 
She dressed, picking from the huge wardrobe a long dark-green dress, simply made, but beautiful. She looked at her hair curiously in the mirror before brushing it. It was a lovely black, and she was startled to realize, after...

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