Neverwinter Forest a mothers mourn
All Welcome  August 01, 2020, 11:02 AM
Miriam
Neverwinter Forest
Theta
Miriam felt exhausted, as she stayed up for hours watching her daughter. She told @Asmoses and @Liliana to make sure never to leave each other, especially after the incident. She absolutely made sure too, they should have another adult be near. Either herself, their father, or another all-together- she didn't want them to be alone.

Which meant she wouldn't be alone either, only after finding comfort with her own being and with Mal, she had momentarily found peace. Though it all came crashing when her dear daughter had been harmed and attacked. Miriam couldn't forgive herself for being too late, and she knew, she couldn't forgive who had done it.

The two were laid inside the den, as the mother was outside. She let the rain gently drizzle upon her, while quietly watching the world. It quietly hide the small crystals falling from her starry-eyes.
Today, 07:41 AM
Haoniyao
Neverwinter Forest
Zeta
The rain was now a gentle drizzle, something he could handle. He was getting tired of the deluge, though he knew that his complaints would not be enough to placate whatever spirits had dictated that the rain must fall and fall and fall.

He wandered through the forest, content on doing a little check-in before he took time to rest. He wandered towards Miriam's den, hoping to just do a peek in before moving on, but she was there, resting in the rain. He chuffed to her. Hello, his tail wagging gently.

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11 hours ago
Miriam
Neverwinter Forest
Theta
The rain washed away the crystals that could not be seen. She rubbed a paw against her eye, and tried to hold a smile. It was clear it was cracking, as she held emotions that simply were bursting with sorrow, "H.. Hello Haoniyao." She greeted with a shaky voice. While a doll-like appearence, Miriam was never one to easily hide her true feelings behind a mask. She was a maiden, who all were honest how they were, and did not know deceit.

She just didn't want to worry others, but it was hard to hold herself together.