"My Lord, she's not dead. She is still here," I looked up at the ash. It begun to move and take shape.
The pain was so intense, I couldn't help but to scream. THe pain finally faded I couldn't see, I couldn't feel, I couldn't move, couldn't smell, and couldn't even feel myself. What happened to me? Then I couldn't feel my body again I was on the ground. I start to get up, that was when I heard crying. I tried to stand but I fell, then I could see again. Horus was on his knees, Anubis above him. That was when I realized it was Horus that was crying. I looked at myself, no I know why he is crying. I am a pile of ash, not for long though. I willed myself to have a body, one that shows my every different trait, one that the people will look at upon with envy. After that I literally rose from the ashes. I turned to Horus.
"Mo Ghra," I said. He looked up swiftly, he gasped. "What?" I was confused, did I have a pimple or something...
"My Little Wolf?" I nodded. He jumped off the ground and hugs me, that was the first time our unborn daughter kicked. He looked at me then at the baby bumb. "Yours and James's daughter?" I shook my head.
"Mine and yours Horus. I realize that in my visions, I can't ever see gods or goddesses, except for myself. Our little girl is a goddess," he trembled. "What's wrong Horus?" that was when I felt James's hunger. "Ah, never mind," I looked at him, and held his gaze. "Do you trust me?" he nodded, I took his hand.
"Anubis, Bri, there is two bedrooms in this cabin, chose between yourselves who gets what," then with Horus hand in hand, I started down the foot-trail, when Bri spoke.
"Danielle?" I turned.
"Yes..." I answered.
"Welcome home Your Highness," then she, Anubis, and Horus bowed to me, I cried.
"You bow to no one, any of you," then I walked away with Horus on my heels. He stopped me, befor the big oak, and turned me to face him.
"Little Wolf, why cry?" I shook him off.
"We are at the other cabin, but we need to either climb or fly," I simply said. I grabbed his waist, my now red wings; because of me being reborn from my ash, flapped a few times and lifted us into the tree and on the porch.