Raven's P.O.V; July 4, 6:10pm
I help myself to the night sky, when you have a view this nice why not, no care in the world; nobody around and there's more stars in the sky to count, no one should complain that I'm blocking a few. I land on a balcony and exit the room; I had somewhere to be, but I didn't realize the small girl I bumped into as I crossed the ball room. When I looked up I saw him again, it had been years, but if Rider noticed me I'm over with, so I quickly left.
I had been to the the Palace of Forever Frozen Ice before and I never liked all the attractions and I had some free time so I went to the best place in the entire monstrosity. I started to climb the stairs, determined to make it in this dress. I hulled my dress up three more flights of stairs and down long hallways, far from where hardly anyone knew; I came to a set of double doors when my ears twitched. I turned through the door, when a man sat on the ivory fence looking over the edge at the moon, "I'm sorry, if I'm interrupting I'll leave,"
He turned his head to look at me, his glowing eyes met mine, "Not at all bright eyes, help your self, it's not like anyone else will be here," I crossed to the edge and leaned agains the ivory, looking out on the water that reflected the moon and stars, I turned to look over and saw him standing there, "You're not one for people, are you?"
I laugh a little, "The last time I was here it was annoying, then I came across here and never left,"
"You too, huh?" he said smiling
"Hmm, ya, peaceful, silent, and dark. I couldn't pass up seeing it again," I tell him
He grabs my arm, and pulls me away from the edge, and spins holding my hand and waist, "It's nice finding those occasional people who understand that," we danced across the large balcony smiles on our faces, until he stopped, "Someone's coming," he said looking out the door, he smiled at me again, "We'll meet again bright eyes," he held my face and ran his thumb across my face then left off the balcony, when black wings emerged from him and my jaw dropped.
A mad pout came across my face then I heard a voice, "Mersa?" I turn quickly and see Neil walking in, "You're a hard person to find, I'm glad I did though, it's time,"
"Oh my," I say and start to walk out the door, Neil puts his hand around my waist, but I wave my hand behind me, 'I know he'll get it,' I think to myself.
I quickly left, when I noticed him coming, he had no interest in me, but I watched her; as she walked onto the balcony her glowing eyes struck me, 'I don't know what this is,' I thought clenching my shirt. I noticed how she walked and talked, not made for such fancy attire; she was written as a strict personality, but read as soft. Yet her hair suited her, it seemed natural for such a braid that accents herself. When we danced, it was so effortless, she just flew with the wind. And as she exited the balcony with someone else she waved good-bye.
"Until we meet again," I whisper aloud.