Vision of The Diamond

Calista had always understood things, even when she was very little. She saw a beggar and she understood his story, she saw a queen and instantly knew everything behind her jeweled gowns. Once, when she was little, she went to se the Swan's Lake Ballet (yes I wrote Swan's on purpose and I know it's Swan Lake) and while everyone else saw the sad and beautiful tale, Calista had a vision. She pictured a purely good, white bird, being held captive by two dark, evil ones. She felt the bird's passion, it's pain, it's sorrow and it's desire to break free. She didn't know it, but this was the beginning of wonderful things.


4. I. Love. It.

"I. Love. It."

those were the only words that Calista managed to say when she saw Lindayn. It was absolutely beautiful! The early morning sun shone an the many white towers and azure fountains of Lindayn.

Yes, this was paradise. Calista knew she loved it the moment she saw it and she would do anything to keep it perfect. She didn't know how true that was.


Calista uttered this with such reverence, that it seemed like a prayer. She was standing in front of the Cathedral of Aviva, the goddess of hope and serenity. The cathedral was gigantic, huge, enormous, or just really really big. There really isn't any way to describe it, but I'll try. It was built out of thousands of different kinds of gems and diamonds, that sparkled in the morning sunshine like a enormous rainbow ocean, built into the shape of the beautiful sight that Calista beheld.

This was going to be a wonderful summer.

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