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Requiem of a lost Soul Chapter One
Chapter 1 A saddened Heart
Her melody has lost long, long ago its life. Its fire. Its feelings. But still she was playing it. Sitting there, all alone in the middle of a forest where no one dared to enter it. Even her friends didn't try it anymore after their first and only time. They got lost and she was so filled up with worry and sadness that she lead them back out, back to the village they belonged to.
It was such a tragedy, such a hurtful thing to sit there, alone. Playing a melody she created for her and her closest friends, so that everybody would be happy. But in the end she was left behind. Day in day out. Even her best frie
Requiem of a lost Soul Chapter Nine
Chapter 9 A Step too Far
Saria would have felt more cheerful if her dream didn't force her to remember the whispers and her painful headache. She skipped through the forest skillfully being careful not to trip again in search for a fruit or nut tree. It was nothing like her other nightmares.
The girl had always dreamed about dark ghosts with claws and glowing eyes. Huge spiders with poisoned fangs and wolfs. Sometimes even the phantom itself which resembled Ganondorf in every detail. Shadows, creatures of the darkness of the time as she first went to the temple to help the scared forest spirits who craved her help
But this now
Requiem of a lost Soul Chapter Eight
Chapter 8 A forest march at Night
The night was quiet, cool and appeared to be empty. They had left the temple behind; she didn't know what the two Kokiri children were doing however she was sure that they had quickly given up and returned to the village. If not, no one else but Mido would have come personally to hush them back into their beds and he would scold them for not obeying his orders. Saria remembers briefly his familiar face and red hair. He had always fought with Link about every little thing. Her eyes glanced around for a second to take the surroundings in. She had never stepped any further into the lost woods than this,
Requiem of a lost Soul Chapter Seven
Chapter 7 A fear is not Forgotten
She could literally sniff the sun in the air. It was playing with her senses and tickled her nose in a nice way. Her head was blank, no dark memory followed her mind and she wished the night wouldn't have end. She felt so recovered. Saria hadn't had such a good sleep in months. The Kokiri yawned and noticed how one of her cheeks felt odd, like it was numb because she had pressed it against a cold stone wall for a long time. But even if one side of her face tingled strangely, she couldn't felt any happier; it was so surreal that she had such a long conversation with the black haired man.
Saria could f
Requiem of a lost Soul Chapter Six
Chapter 6 A conversation of Two
The hours went by, as the two of them sat again at the entrance to the garden on either side of the corner, the sun has set and the stars appeared in the sky twinkling softly. The Kokiri has started to read the words out, one after the other. She stopped sometimes to search in the new book they had gotten to be assured that she was right.
But up until now, nothing that important reached the ears of the shadow. He sighed and crossed his arms in front of his chest. He had hoped for more than this, he had expected that he already knew the location of the stone by now. He only heard of generations of gener
Requiem of a lost Soul Chapter Five
Chapter 5 A cold Touch
There was a goddess, clothed in blue. Her smile graced her face for all eternity and was to be seen together with the sun in the sky. Until a thief came to stole it, slicing her flesh with a blade so black like the night. Her blood cried tears in regret of losing their beloved. But no red drops landed on the earth.
They were blue. A demon found the dying goddess; it was angry and afraid of its blessing being. The demon was always in the dark, and never allowed to look at the sun; it was desperate to curse the smiling goddess because it could never look into her face. Her smile was too bright for its eyes. The g
Requiem of a lost Soul Chapter Four
Chapter 4 A surprising Feeling
This was like a nightmare for her.
She wouldn't dare to leave the save garden, where the sun shined brightly. But she couldn't stop asking herself why. Why was he so aggressive, why did he want to hurt her? Why? She helped him, she did nothing wrong. She breathed unsteadily in and out. She had to relax. She was save for now. But how many hours would it take for the night to come?
The girl shook her head and pushed these thoughts away. She couldn't give him the right to play with her mind like this. To fill her with fear of what could happen couldn't they talk? Why is violence always the onl
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