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Threads / Re: [O] A Broken Meeting
« Last post by Georgette Black on February 16, 2014, 10:52:31 AM »
"Younger," she replied. She felt the beast inside stirring slightly and she glanced at the ever climbing moon. It was anxious. As the moon was waxing, the and came closer and closer to becoming full, the wolf always became increasingly agitated. She tried to not let it affect her but every now and then the anxiety bled through. She wondered if maybe she should say her goodbyes soon, make up the excuse of needing to go home so that the beast didn't find some reason to lash out at the woman.
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Threads / Re: [O] A Broken Meeting
« Last post by Demeter Floros on February 12, 2014, 01:23:01 AM »
"Is she older or younger? It can be such a difference, really. I know it..." She peered about, a bit distracted. Not sure if she did or did not want the envoy to come. Perhaps she should go home, after all. Leave the poor thing here alone. Adults could be especially good at ruining things.
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Threads / Re: [O] A Broken Meeting
« Last post by Georgette Black on February 07, 2014, 10:47:02 PM »
Joe offered a half smile. "I guess so. I feel like I've been especially hard on her lately," she replied. None-the-less, her little sister still vied for Joe's attention, as if she hadn't even yelled at her. She felt a pang of guilt, wishing she was able to control her temper better than she currently was. She slipped her hands into her pockets as she looked down at the ground.
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Threads / Re: [C] Can't We All Get Along?
« Last post by Harriet Kempa on February 06, 2014, 02:34:22 AM »
"You make sure of that, boy-o!" She shook her head, laughing, and disappeared into the night.
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Threads / Re: [O] A Broken Meeting
« Last post by Demeter Floros on February 03, 2014, 08:30:11 AM »
She smiled a little, wryly, "That's the way with sisters, isn't it?" She fought with Bomb, but never for long. Not these days. Jemima was too young to ever fight with like a proper sister. She was more like her own daughter. Maybe just a bit younger than this girl here. It made her ponderous over whether or not they knew each other. But it did stand to reason that the grades tended to stick together. 10s reviled the 9s, and idolized the 11s, etc.
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Threads / Re: [O] A Broken Meeting
« Last post by Georgette Black on January 26, 2014, 03:06:57 PM »
Joe nodded and then shrugged lightly.

"I got into a fight with my sister and I needed to think, so I was following my feet. They like to bring me here when I leave them to their own device," she explained. It was the truth. She didn't necessarily need to elaborate on why her feet brought her here. She didn't need to let her know that Joe often thought of this place as the place where she died. Not literally, but metaphorically.
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Threads / Re: [O] A Broken Meeting
« Last post by Demeter Floros on January 24, 2014, 07:57:53 PM »
Demeter wrinkled her nose, and shook her head, smiling. "Someone...really not worth waiting this long for." Taking a sidelong glance a the garish tower clock, then at the sky; not so clouded as the inner city. The purple from the sun slowly ebbing.

"Why are you here? If you want to say, that is." She knew how much secrets mattered to a girl that age. And sometimes solitude just as much. She'd kept it and held it close; alone under the moon; reaching to touch it, to glean the warmth from the sun as it shone its light on the face of it.
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Threads / Re: [O] A Broken Meeting
« Last post by Georgette Black on January 22, 2014, 05:50:57 PM »
Georgette nodded. As she watched her, she wondered if she'd scared the woman at all. Was there a vibe she was giving out that made her suddenly want to leave. Sure this wasn't an ideal place to just hang out, she hesitated in her thoughts. Maybe she was just lonely.

While she had plenty of friends, this curse made her feel cut-off. Having this secret that she couldn't tell anyone about. After doing a lot of research on wolves, she was pretty that she was also yearning for a pack, but she didn't know of any and there was no way she was going back to that creep that turned her.

Joe brought her attention back to Demeter. She let her curiosity get the better of her.

"Who could you have possibly been waiting for here," she asked as she thought back again to when this place was running. That night. Kissing Kenny. When she remembered the attack, one of the events leading to the shut down of the park, she winced.
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Threads / Re: [O] A Broken Meeting
« Last post by Demeter Floros on January 22, 2014, 03:37:08 AM »
She blushed, pressing her lips together, giving up on finding her phone, slinging the purse over her shoulder. "You're sweet. I'm fine, don't worry." Waving a hand to appear careless. "I was going to meet someone here, but I think it's a bit late to stay now."
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Threads / Re: [O] A Broken Meeting
« Last post by Georgette Black on January 21, 2014, 08:08:19 AM »
Georgette relaxed when the woman, Demeter, didn't immediately call her out, or scold her for being out here at all. She glanced around and then up at the sky. While she could see the moon tonight, and it looked full, it wasn't. Tomorrow would start the three days in which the moon had enough power over her to force the change. She relaxed more and looked back to Demeter.
Yes, I'm OK, and yes, I'm alone. I'm not worried though. I can handle myself," she replied as she watched her rifling in her purse. The one thing that the moon was doing to her though, was strengthening her senses. Her senses do this with the waxing and waning of the moon. As it became blocked from the sun, her senses would dull, almost back to normal, and as it came back to full light, her senses slowly got stronger.

As she analyzed the woman, she could sense a general weariness to her and her damned curiosity kicked in. "What about you? Are you OK? Are you waiting for someone? Seems a strange place to be out so late, alone," she replied in a nonthreatening, curious tone.
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