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Sumbission to Faith: Chapter 1Sumbission to Faith: Chapter 1 by *KittMouri
It wasnt what she imagined, what she had dreamed of as a child. She had always fancied her wedding to be a magical, beautiful thing. She was supposed to wear a flawless white dress with a long train and flower petals all around. She imagined the whole town to be gathered, watching her as she reveled in her moment, walking down the aisle, to the arms of the man she loved. But, dreams rarely did come true. Instead, she found herself trudging through the tawny sand dusted field behind the Westlands three-story home, looking up at a gray, heavy sky. She imagined that the sky must have taken some kind of pity on her
Sumbission to Faith: PreludeSumbission to Faith: Prelude by *KittMouri
Only four more days. she thought. Just four. I dont even know him. Definitely not enough to be his wife, anyway.
She leaned against the post supporting the roofing of the porch. She sighed, heavily, wrapping her arms about her middle, as she looked up at the stars that adorned the night sky.
Beautiful. she whispered.
The night was uncommonly cool in the hills of Dallas. The Texans were glad for the momentary relief from the heat, as they had suffered through a drought, the likes they had never before beheld. Much was lost in its wake. Farms were destroyed. Herds of cattle,
According to PlanThe sun was shining, it was a beautiful day, except for the fact that his mother seemed to be ruining the beauty of it all with her yelling. She was always telling him what to do, always telling him what was proper. And he, being a tad spineless like his ever-silent father, would always listen to her.According to Plan by ~MoonchildThorn
"Saburo, stand up straight!" He immediately did as told, keeping a solemn look upon his ever bored face. "Straighten your tie!" He did as he was told. "Brush that dirt off your shoulder!" Staring out the carriage window, he looked a bit jaded. He was to get married to someone he didn't even know.
The carriage ride seemed like an eternity, what