Cultural ContaminationA breeze cold as winter licked over Zaryasien after flying into the Elven Court of Alfanyr. It was far from the only chilly sensation the young elf had suffered this morning. Icy gems scratched his skin from the rope that bound him to the Court's central pillar, for he had been stripped naked but for a prisoner's loincloth. Even the color scheme of the Court itself, built of unblemished white marble with blue sapphires winking in the domed ceiling, added to the place's frigid atmosphere. And then there were the pitiless sneers the High Elves gave Zaryasien from their tiered seats around him.Cultural Contamination by BrandonSPilcher
Robed in dazzling white and blue, the High Elves were evenly split between men and women, but all were pale and wizened with their long hair turned silver with age. Zaryasien himself didn't even have his scalp anymore, and that was far from the only or the biggest slice of his skin they had removed. Not that any of the High Elves winced even once when admiring his blood-splotched body.
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She likes that.Elementary School: For a little childShe likes that. by Bottledmoonbeams
ShylaSheila would awaken significantly early. Immediately the first thing to do was to make sure all things in her backpack were where they were meant to be; folders, homework, pencil sharpeners and the like. She wouldn’t eat cereal with the thought that Grandmommy would make a large breakfast when she and Poppa got up, since, that’s what Poppa liked to wake up to. And it was nothing Sheila had opposition to. So, with that in mind the little girl stayed content; stayed put on the living room floor watching Fat Albert.
She hated Fat Albert.
High school: Sheila would awaken significantly early. Brush teeth, wash up thoroughly since, the hot water heater had been broken for quite some time now. No showers were taken in this household since what? Since she was thirteen? Go over homework—never completing these papers last minute, merely double-checking. Eat cereal, it would be a long while before either
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