• Lavi didn’t know how much time passed before he heard the gate creak open again.  He cringed, huddling tighter into the corner.  He couldn’t open his eyes; they were swollen shut.  A large hand touched him and he

  • Lavi rocked endlessly in the dark, cold cell.  He hugged his knees, rocking back and forth, images of Surreal with that massive sword sticking out of her chest haunting him until he threw back his head and

  • He couldn’t remember sleeping so soundly.  The sun came through the window and warmed his face into wakefulness.  He had forgotten to close them last night.  He rolled over and snuggled deeper into the rich be

  • He woke to the song of air dragons hunting the tall grasses of the plains.  He smiled and closed his eyes, listening to their trills and lilting chirrups.  The sun touched his upturned face and warmed his n

  • Lavi sat on the lowest step of the blacksmith’s patio which was adjacent to the stables and absently threw seed to the chickens.  Other birds came and tried to get in on the banquet but the chickens angrily ch