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Memories of Stars
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Poster: Eyanna  (see this users gallery)
Views: 12976
Rating: (9.00)
Date: Wed May 16, 2007
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Dimensions: 675 x 900
Description: She snuggled deeper in her fur while her wild silver locks danced around her. Cold wind was carrying crystal snowflakes through the air and it looked like it was snowing from the clear starry sky.
All she wanted right now was to sit and lay down in the whiteness and to never rise again. She would even allow her eyes to merge with the ice around them. Yet she continued with her steps. She allowed herself only a look upon the stars, so far away and almost colder than the snow around them. She would never again touch the stars. That fact brought another painful sigh on her lips. Star Gate was closed for them forever and now they’ve lost Rad’Ninnia also.
Never again will they dance under golden birches of Rad’Ninnia. They’ve danced once, but now the winter was here. The city of crystal towers, purple arcs and blossoming fields was shackled now under everlasting blanket of snow and ice. They’ve lost Rad’Ninnia to the snow and ice, like it wasn’t enough for them to lose the stars.
Silence was almost deafening in that vast hiatus.
Silence was on the place where everything should have chimed from laughter, songs and voices. She would like that silence to stop… she would like to hear that song they’ve sung so long ago but wilderness was waiting for them behind that white plain of snow and ice. There was warm bay somewhere and they will rebuild their civilisation from the scratches there.
A smile tried to fight its place on her painful lips.
She sent the last look upon Rad’Ninnia. It glittered from the reflection of stars on the crystal towers and streets shackled in the ice, it blazed from the lights captured in deserted buildings. With a heavy heart she turned away from the breathtaking sight. The future was awaiting them and it wasn’t in Rad’Ninnia anymore. There was wilderness to conquer, and the new city that needed to be built maybe even as a reflection of Rad’Ninnia, who knows. But she was certain they will be back someday, if not them, then their descendants and Rad’Ninnia will once again ring with laughter and songs.

Scene from one of my stories, done in Photoshop...
Keywords: SF stars space city snow winter empire

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