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Hello! I'm Ash, a type of mud faery. My maker said, as a rule, I usually deal with whatever is left behind after a forest fire, turning pieces of burnt wood and ashes into new soil. But since fires are rare, I also work with dried out things, and, on occasion, dead stuff. Saronai adopted me. I'm her more earthy muse!
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Tag Archives: childhood
In Sarah’s Yard
I run up and push a swing. “Did you see that?!” I point at the still moving object, my heart thrums in my ears and a chill races up my legs, tingling at my ears. “A demon!” Sarah shouts, feigning … Continue reading
Posted in Memory Monday, Muse Sings Tagged adventure, childhood, children, imagination, memories, play, pretend Leave a comment
Like a Boss
I already missed my cousin, David, when we rolled up to our new home, a two-hour drive from our old one. I missed all my cousins of course, and now lived closer to others, but David was my first best … Continue reading
Posted in Memory Monday, Muse Sings Tagged bullies, childhood, friends, memories, strong female characters, tough 4 Comments
Trees, most only a foot-thick, stretched forever ahead, promising adventure. “Stay out of the woods,” Monet repeated her aunt’s warning before she sent them all outside. Monet didn’t mind, she loved it outside at her cousin’s new house, hidden in … Continue reading
Posted in Memory Monday Tagged adventure, childhood, fantasy, fiction, nature 4 Comments