Fading Lights"Did you ever asked yourself how those dark creatures came to our world?" His blue, nearly grey eyes were looking softly down at her.
"No, father.. I've never." She answered him with a whispering voice.
"Well then.. I once told you and your brother about the legend of our world, didn't I?" She nodded. "But I can't remember all of it anymore."
"Alright. It all started with light and darkness, two spirits representating this energies. Two brothers which couldn't be any more diffrent. The white one was called Ephastria. He was always searching for the light and some also say he's the reason for everything you could call good minded. Well but
First SnowI can't remember when the sun started setting again and I can't return to mind when I shivered the first time this year. The only thing that I realized when I saw the first snow falling, was that the winter was nearer then I thought. We were drenched in this orange light for months now but even the longest sunset has an end and has to make room for the endless night.
It just seems like we tried to repress the thought of being others prey again, to feel fear again. The most of us don't even realize that we have to leave our homes, the mountains, if we don't want to perish by cold. We loose many of our herd members on our way to the valleys e
ShineMy father's voice was always so clear, so dominant. When he was talking the whole
world seemed to be quite for a moment. The lower ranked herd members choose
every word carefully when they spoke to my father. They didn't want to anger
him because they exactly knew what could happen to them. But even if my dad was
playing the boss, which he is by the way, he had a heard of gold. I could
remember the day when my mother Luanaya died. My father Rabidos fought for her
life this night. It happened last year in winter and she never saw the sunlight
again. I couldn't fool myself, I just missed her. I sighed. I raised my head
and watched Rabid