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dragon eye of indigo blue (by paloetic)

dragon eye of indigo blue (by paloetic)

The creature stared at me. I took another step towards it. The dragon didn’t flinch as I made my way up to it, sword in hand. Was it not scared? Every fibre of my being was taut with nerves. With each step I took, I waited for the dragon to snap and devour me.

I took the last step and crouched beside the beasts head which lay on the cold stone floor. Feeling stupid with my sword in hand, I lay it on the ground next to me. Maybe this beast could help me on my quest? I looked to the beast again and felt something grip my heart. It’s eyes… they were hers. But where was she? I snatched my sword off the ground and leapt back.

“Where is she? And why do you have her eyes?!” My voice broke with emotion.

– Ermisenda Alvarez

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