SiLLEH - - KiTTEH
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- Posted: Mon, 15 Oct 2012 15:01:08 +0000
- It had only been a few weeks or maybe months later since that act of terrorism. She had been riding away once again, disappearing from the household as soon as she finished her studies. Up onto her horse, she would ride long distances. After all, she was of marriageable age upon her father's decision so this was the time she thought to herself to enjoy as much of her youth as possible. Freedom was the key. Last time she was out to see the vastness of the sea that stretched miles after miles until it lined perfectly blue horizons.
Today she was at the same place; her beloved cliff. She mounted off her horse and trotted to the edge of the cliff. She breathed in deeply the scent of the salty sea, her arms stretched out like an eagle expanding his wings for flight. She jumped forward and dived down completely into the height. It was good that she was able to trick her guard and was able to escape his watch. Besides, she came here for good reason. There was something down the seas. Plunging deeply with a sharp crash into the waves, she dived deep down and swam like a fish there. The feeling was like gliding in air. Her legs moved smoothly to look at underneath the rocks and caves underwater. She had hid something there.
As soon as she reached into her little hideout, she passed by the wonderful colourful fish that peeked above to see the larger figure from their pink and orange corals. It was as though the sun has set to rest under the water. Swimming past the corals she found clamp shells. They were her little cases. One of them was considerably big. She opened that clamp and there it was - her sister's wedding gift.
She forged this gift after many times of going out into the seas exploring and risking her life in case there were sharks. Fortunately, she never met a shark just yet and God forbid that would ever happen. It was a pearl necklace and the pendant was made of shells and pearls, forming into a kind of flowery petal that one would find in the fabulous castles of her garden. It was just a rose; a white rose that is a symbol of for purity and love. She had spent a good amount of time using sandy rough rocks to shape the pearl necklace and the pendant, to the point her hands bled. But fortunately, no one will have to know that amount of trouble thanks to her remarkable healing abilities.
Sighing happily, she rose above the surface and through her hair back, proud to have the necklace in her hand. Pocketing it, she marched up and found her horse galloping across the sand and stopped at her presence. She petted the side of the horse's face gently. He is a strong dark stallion. Unlike her sisters, her horse was dark, dark brown, almost black. He was huge too and has impressive strength and speed and most importantly, he knows who his true master is. “Well, did you enjoy the day, Perseus. Look what I got for my sister,” she grinned from ear to ear, showing him the necklace she made. “That was fun! Come on, Perseus. We can’t miss the royal wedding”.
Mounting back on her horse, she rode her way to Aurarias.
It was a three hour long journey and by then she has mostly dried. Still, she had to make sure that she wasn't too noticed. She had her hooded cloak on, bluish grey in colour. Then she went to her room and changed quickly into a dress much more presentable. The maids, she dragged them in and told them to not worry too much about her appearance. Accordingly they fixed her hair and decorated it with small flowers and purplish pearls to match with her dress. However, before one of the maids left, one of them said, "Before you attend Princess Rea's wedding, the King would like to speak with you... Princess."
There was a moment of silence. Princess Suriya then flicked her wrist dismissing the maid. With a curt nod the maid left. ‘And after that, my guard is going to be unimpressed by me. Again. Worry warts the lot of them…’ she thought. Sighing she looked at herself. She looked at the necklace and placed them in a decorative box. Taking that with her she left the room and made her way to see her father.