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[WTA] The Year's First WordsYou’re not alone[WTA] The Year's First Words by Veskasa
They’d been viewed wrong their whole life, and when they’d simply asked to be seen they’d been rejected. Chased out, cold, they no longer had a home. No family, no friends, and no means to keep themselves afloat. They weren’t the only ones who had lost so much that year,’s that made their predicament all the more painful. So many other kids on the streets, but somehow they could never find one another for the comfort or companionship. Of knowing, and seeing they weren’t truly alone.
Huddled in the dark, shivering and cold. even as they knew there had to be others—thousands, more—there was no kindle of comfort in the thought. Only images of others like them, curled up alone in their homes, laid back in cars, and on the streets like them.
Their eyes closed. There was no noise, no quiet sob or whimper this time. There was nothing left, only the empty, lonely feeling that had clawed its way free and
[MAC] Comet's New Year's ResolutionSitting at his desk, Milo smiled as he watched the glittery new creature play with his fingers. He wriggled them, drawing the jolleraptor’s attention to one hand, and then the other. It kept the little quadrupedal entertained, its glistening twin tails flowing behind it when it would drift between his hands. With the way the creature moved Milo almost thought it was flying, but he knew better. The palm-sized baby was only light on his feet, creating an image of the fallen star Milo had found it on.[MAC] Comet's New Year's Resolution by Veskasa
Well, he’d found the odd…rock? Egg? Whatever it had been he’d watched the creature emerge in a cloud of hot, grey smoke, the casing being eaten away until the jolleraptor shown brilliantly in the light of the moon, wobbling along with its first few steps before Milo was kneeling beside it. He’d been curious, but cautious; for all he knew the creature could have been dangerous, but as luck would have it it’d only been friendly, even eager to seek attention.
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