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Tear My Heart Open Just To Feel [Hinote]

PostPosted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 4:16 pm
by Rainer
The snow covered the ground, atleast a couple centimetres of the cold white substance. Snowy hills were outlined by the setting sun, darkness falling over the little paradise.

A silhouette could be clearly seen, the yellow sun allowing the mare to pop out against the background.

A chilly breeze caught up her mane and tail, blowing them about and sending a chill down her spine. She closed her eyes for a moment or so, trying to imagine a warm place, and hopefully use the illusion to warm herself a bit.

Even if it was fake, it helped a little bit.


PostPosted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 8:14 pm
by Silverdust
Hinote hated the cold, the bitter chill that whipped into the very marrow of his bones, dulling his fire. He rather preferred the desert, with its wind-whipped skies of almost painfully clear blue and the stinging sands that went on forever. It was in the desert he had fallen and wandered, in the desert where Mirage...

He shook his spiked mane furiously against the cold, remembering why he was here. To run, to forget, to just get away. Brittle could never help him, and Id...Id could not feel. All he needed was the space and time of these snowy mountains, something to dull that fiery ache inside him.

There was a figure ahead, one he recognized instantly. The firebrand mare, the one from the clearing. Saphire. He was good at recalling names, the only evidence that he had brains, Brittle would tease sometimes.

Again he snorted violently, trying to rid himself of the thoughts. He bent his head and pushed to the valley, trying to pass the mare unnoticed, but knowing he would fail. His crimson coat stood out as a blaze of color against the driving white.

PostPosted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 8:35 pm
by Rainer
SaphireSpin spotted the red stallion with ease, freezing to the spot almost instantly. She stood and thought for a moment, her legs starting to tremble from the cold.

The mare started to hop through the snow, jumping foreward, then pausing, then jumping forth again. Each jump sending her a couple strides away from where she had previously stood.

When she found herself in ear shot of him, she spoke. "...Hey..." Sure, it wasn't much, but she figured when he answered, it would in some form of insult, if he decided to answer at all.

PostPosted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 8:42 pm
by Silverdust
He turned an eye toward her figure, windswept in the snow. The flurries swept his spiked forlock over his face, and he nodded lightly. The snow, it pacifated his normal anger.

"Firebrand," he greeted shortly, his voice holding a light coldness, his normal fiery tone only a gleam behind it.

PostPosted: Wed Dec 07, 2005 8:58 pm
by Rainer
Her thick forelock had fallen over her eyes, bits of red pupil could be seen through the strands. She tilted her head slightly when he spoke, smirking.

The bad boy that all the good girls want. When she thought of this, her smirk flickered at the tips.

"Only the crazy ones come out here."

PostPosted: Thu Dec 08, 2005 4:36 pm
by Silverdust
"Then I guess I'm insane."

He looked up, facing the wind, letting bite into eyes and nose. The bitter pain felt good right about now, and he grinned vaguely.

"And your in the asylum too, daddy's girl. Finally break your leash?"