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Sparkles in the Sky   1520.07.15  
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Creators: Elizabeth Barrette (Writer), Deirdre / Wyld_Dandelyon (Inspiration)
Tekura gives Ikari and her age-mates a lesson about the Others.
Posted: 09/27/12      [No comments yet] ~ 395 words.
 

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Tekura pulled his hood up
as he led Aliyar's age-set outside.
Luulan held the door open,
her hair blowing in the brisk breeze.

Aliyar held onto her age-mate Trelura,
both girls shivering in the cold.
Ikari bounded outside with her coat still open,
minding neither chill nor wind.
Tekura caught his daughter
and fastened her coat properly.

"Now, today we're doing an outdoor lesson,
even though it's chilly, because there is
a lot of something to see," Tekura said.
"Look around and try to find it."

Author's Notes

This poem came from the August 2012 Muse Fusion. It was inspired by a prompt from Deirdre M. Murphy. It may be sponsored for $16.50 or 17 Torn World credits.

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Location:
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Characters Featured:
Tekura, Luulan, Aliyar, Ikari,

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