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Breeding Season   1516.04.29  
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Creators: Deirdre / Wyld_Dandelyon (Writer)
Summer is the season of love for the northerners. Dlameda's casual thoughts about that topic are interrupted when a snowy stallion is ignoring both of the mares in the corral with him.
Posted: 10/12/10     Updated: 10/18/10 [1 Comment] ~ 114 words.
 

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“So, what do you want me to do about it?”

“Well, you’re a healer.”

“A healer of humans!” he laughed. “And mostly retired from that job. I want to enjoy the life of a ranger for a while.”

She just looked at him.

“Oh, all right, I’ll come look at him.”

Author's Notes

This was written for the July, 2010 Muse Fusion, and the prompts were a request for a story about Dlameda and someone wondering how the northerners treat snow unicorns, since they're so big.

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