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"That's me, giving the teacher a reason to break out the red pen. But seriously, all I can do is my best." Andorra said with conviction.
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"Well, maybe we could ask for certain authors. Ioan wouldn't want us to go stir crazy in here. Who's your favorite author? " Dimitri asked curiously.
"What, you can't do better than your best?" Alexis asked, gasping with fake disbelief.
"Tolkien. Plenty of fantasy for the dreamers among us, with just enough reality for the most literal," Zaine said decidedly. He went around a book shelf to another and scanned the books in search of an interesting title before asking the delayed question, "What about you?"
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Sebastian nodded, feeling the slightest bit guilty,"Oh. So he stole people. Retrieving them without a fuss will be difficult. If they get spooked, who knows what harm they could cause to the civilians and our men?" Ryker's gaze was boring into him but Sebastian challenged it with a glare of his own,"Locking me up must've distracted everyone too. My adoring fans must miss me."
Ryker's flash temper flared up, as he planted his fist down upon the table top. "SHE IS NOT JUST PEOPLE!" He softened his words, as he recalled were they were. "One of them is a very, very unique individual. One in a hundred million. Unlike you, who is fast talking himself into getting his wings permanently clipped." He said with deadly calm. But then something Sebastian said, struck a chord with him. "Our men? I don't recall you cutting a check to help pay their payroll. Never forget Sebastian, their loyalty is to me and me alone." He replied as he returned Sebastian's challenging stare. Not looking away as the owner approached quietly to slip the menu on the table for Sebastian and turning to leave them until called over.

Sebastion raise his voice to protest about his uniqueness but the words died in his throat. Obviously this person was dear to him. He didn't care much about anyone. Sebastian hung his head slightly and mumbled,"Yes sir. Not my men. Gotcha." He gave him a little, slightly mocking, salute, and picked up his menu to put a barrier in between him and those piercing eyes. He scanned the menu and nodded before setting it down,"I'm ready to order."

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Sebastion raise his voice to protest about his uniqueness but the words died in his throat. Obviously this person was dear to him. He didn't care much about anyone. Sebastian hung his head slightly and mumbled,"Yes sir. Not my men. Gotcha." He gave him a little, slightly mocking, salute, and picked up his menu to put a barrier in between him and those piercing eyes. He scanned the menu and nodded before setting it down,"I'm ready to order."
"Why are you always provoking me, Sebastian? Do you like to see my anger?" Ryker asked, still a bit perturbed, as he motioned to the owner to call him over.
Did a moth know that the flame was going to change her life forever, or did she simply fly towards that heated embrace, knowing it would offer her something she couldn't give herself? In the end, the answer didn't really matter. The moth had never wanted the choice. -Joey W. Hill-
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"What, you can't do better than your best?" Alexis asked, gasping with fake disbelief.
"Tolkien. Plenty of fantasy for the dreamers among us, with just enough reality for the most literal," Zaine said decidedly. He went around a book shelf to another and scanned the books in search of an interesting title before asking the delayed question, "What about you?"
" Sadly to say, but no." Andorra said with amusement. She finally finished the that two math problems and closed up her book with a thump. " Good riddance! At least until tomorrow. Then my nightmare begins again. " She replied dramatically. But she lacked the conviction of her words.
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Dimitri looked to the shelves in absence of an author. "I mainly got magazines and old newspapers to read. There's not very much intellectual reading there. " He admitted quietly.
Did a moth know that the flame was going to change her life forever, or did she simply fly towards that heated embrace, knowing it would offer her something she couldn't give herself? In the end, the answer didn't really matter. The moth had never wanted the choice. -Joey W. Hill-
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" Sadly to say, but no." Andorra said with amusement. She finally finished the that two math problems and closed up her book with a thump. " Good riddance! At least until tomorrow. Then my nightmare begins again. " She replied dramatically. But she lacked the conviction of her words.
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Dimitri looked to the shelves in absence of an author. "I mainly got magazines and old newspapers to read. There's not very much intellectual reading there. " He admitted quietly.
"Is that all you've got for torment today?" Alexis asked, referring to homework.
"Perhaps not intellectual, but surely educational to some degree. And if that's what you enjoy reading, what does it matter how intellectually educational they were," Zaine said thoughtfully.
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Sebastion raise his voice to protest about his uniqueness but the words died in his throat. Obviously this person was dear to him. He didn't care much about anyone. Sebastian hung his head slightly and mumbled,"Yes sir. Not my men. Gotcha." He gave him a little, slightly mocking, salute, and picked up his menu to put a barrier in between him and those piercing eyes. He scanned the menu and nodded before setting it down,"I'm ready to order."
"Why are you always provoking me, Sebastian? Do you like to see my anger?" Ryker asked, still a bit perturbed, as he motioned to the owner to call him over.

"No. I don't like to see your anger." He turned to the owner,"But you know what I would like to see? A salad. That would be great. With ranch. No tomatoes." He thought for a minute, staring down at his menu,"And a steamed lobster tail." He gave the owner a little thumbs up, trying to lighten the mood.

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(Chick-adee I love reading your posts here (and on Hidden Nature). Your writing and your character's personalities are just great gig.gifthumbsup.gif I so glad you be back big_smile.png )
Edited by silkiecuddles - 12/13/16 at 9:41pm
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"Is that all you've got for torment today?" Alexis asked, referring to homework.
"Perhaps not intellectual, but surely educational to some degree. And if that's what you enjoy reading, what does it matter how intellectually educational they were," Zaine said thoughtfully.
Andorra frowned meaningfully at the note book. "Ten aren't enough? And don't forget, one of them was the worst word problem ever." She said with a chuckle.
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Dimitri looked to Zaine surprised by his non-judgmental response. He smiled pleasantly and said, "It wasn't by choice. It was all the guards threw at me." He explained simply.
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"No. I don't like to see your anger." He turned to the owner,"But you know what I would like to see? A salad. That would be great. With ranch. No tomatoes." He thought for a minute, staring down at his menu,"And a steamed lobster tail." He gave the owner a little thumbs up, trying to lighten the mood.
The owner looked to Ryker, as he took back to menu. At Ryker's nod, he said, "Yes, sir. I'll have that for you shortly. And to drink? "

Ryker's phone rang and he took it out to look at the number, before answering it,"Yes?"
Did a moth know that the flame was going to change her life forever, or did she simply fly towards that heated embrace, knowing it would offer her something she couldn't give herself? In the end, the answer didn't really matter. The moth had never wanted the choice. -Joey W. Hill-
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(Chick-adee I love reading your posts here (and on Hidden Nature). Your writing and your character's personalities are just great gig.gifthumbsup.gif I so glad you be back big_smile.png )
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