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AACAE: Willy KingWilly had a fairly normal childhood. She was born to loving parents, Morgan and Dina King, and while they weren't the wealthiest family on Cruix, they lived comfortably and happily. While her birth name had been Wilhemine, by the time she was a toddler, everyone was calling her Willy, and the nickname had stuck. She was raised in a fairly tradition Alarcian house hold, her mother was Morgan's first wife, and she was followed by two others in the later years. Willy was a happy child, and rarely fussy, much to her parents delight. She was their perfect little angel.
Growing up, Willy got along easily with her peers. She was a sweet girl, known for never gossiping or speaking ill about her classmates. People tended to flock to her for her tender, open nature, and she would later develop a love of helping people. She got good grades in school,enjoyed social weekends with friends, and when old enough, started volunteering at the library to help younger students in areas they were struggling
AACAE: JuniaMy name is Junia. I was born of Starcrost to Mei Lian of the Kopavae herd. There were three of us born to my mother, though I was the only female with my two brothers being Hai Ming and Nikephoros. I love my brothers dearly. I really do. But there are moments I am not exactly proud of how they act. For our herd leaders and my mother though, I had every ounce of respect and obedience.
Through classes, training, and tutoring, I was a good student. I studied, practiced, followed instruction, but when it came down to it, I wasn't the fastest learner, so it was difficult watching Nikephoros cheat his way through until mom stopped him. Thank the Gods for that. I was slow with my ability, but I did enjoy it. It gave a sense of power being able to move the ground, so I kept at it, slowly mastering my ability between studies. There were others our age in the herd, and it seemed they all moved faster than I did. It wasn't easy, being the slow learner. But I pushed through it at my own pace.
AACAE: CassiusLike many of the others in the Kopave herd, my sister, Fabiola, and I were born through Starcrost due to the fact the mares of the herd were unable to bare children the natural way. Our mother was Arisia, and she, along with the other mares used Starcrost to their advantage, sending small groups at a time to continue the herd lineage. My mom is a smart woman. Quite, shy, but smart. I guess that's where I get my massive intelligence from, so thank you, Mom. Most of the children of the herd are the result of Starcrost. My name is Cassius. I am easily one of the more attractive Petraergo in the area: Gold and white scales, dark skin, faded hair, and snapping green eyes. What can I say? I've always looked good and people respond to it.
Schooling and studying always amused me. I was a fast learner in most subjects, though when it came time to work with my attunment, I struggled a bit. Hey! I was bound to have ONE flaw! Nobody can be that perfect without being a God, though I do admit, I com
Let the Sparrows InI.
Blackbirds rest on the power lines,
their silhouettes form the notation
to a dawn song set on the sheet music
of telephone poles contrasted by the sun.
Curled leaves are land mines littered
on the lawn where imprints of twigs
and a nurturing robin's tracks collect.
Branchlets and leaflets stem from
porch step railings and mailboxes;
the numbers read odd on the east,
even on the west side of the asphalt:
The engraved letters on
the siding reads, "Davis."
This house is home to family
so let the sparrows in.
with its branching hallways
furniture rooted to the floor
family, friends, the occasional
out from home.
Let the sparrows in; let
Let the door's
loosen—let the door stand ajar
be let open
the night owls and
let the doves
in pairs in the iridescent
Let the sparrows in.
Framed on either side
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