Time has run out.......


I really couldn’t stand loosing to that, that girl Rowan she seemed so….proud, pretty, and smug ugh I can’t stand smug! 

“Listen…Rowan right…” *pant* *pant* “You….really…need to explain….things to me.” 

She glared. “I don’t neeeeed to explain anything to you!” 

Suddenly she stopped and turned around.

“What is it? Why’d you stop?” 

She continued to glare, shushing me.

“Hey is that look….like plastered onto your face or something?” I laughed at my joke.

She began to glare harder but then checked herself and shook her head, grabbed my wrist, and practically threw me up a tree. I looked above then I realized what she was up to.

“Well, why didn’t you just tell me there was a tree house here?” 

“Tree house? What a stupid name! It’s an Aerial Fort.” 

“You mean like an airport?”

“Airport? Oh, you must be “an airhead.”

I was about to think of a comeback but the sound of approaching enemies distracted me so instead I followed her up deeper into the tree’s and then into the “Aerial Fort”. 

“I thought you said that Humans never came out here?”

“I never said that…but how did you….” She never finished her sentence for at the moment a light began illuminating from the door of her “Aerial Fort”.

“That’s my exit,” I whispered excitedly and threw it open jumping out into nothingness…


The girl's screams resounded in my ears, and I sighed and rolled my eyes. She obviously knew nothing--absolutely nothing--about aerial forts. Didn't she know that they were like Gates--though not as obvious--and took you to different places?

Usually, an aerial fort only responds to the person who makes them. And in this case I made the aerial fort. Which more than likely meant that that Pernisia girl was lying at the bottom of the tree complaining her head off.

I stuck my head through the hole and looked towards. I could feeling the aerial pulling at me, and an image of a dreamcatcher came to my mind--just as it always did before I floated off.

"Not yet!" I yelled, and the image disappeared.

I got down on my hands and knees and leaned as far down the hole as I dared.

"Pernisia?!" I shouted. "Can you hear me!?"

"What?" came her grumpy voice from below.

I sighed in relief. "What do you think you're doing?! You were supposed to wait for me!"

"Just get me out of here!" she yelled up at me. "I don't know where I am or what's going on, but I'd bet that it's your fault!"

I rolled my eyes. And that's when I heard it.

The sound of horses galloping.

Our time had run out.

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Pernisia's chapter by Poem Girl. Rowan's chapter by me, Storyteller.


  1. Interesting Pernisia will have to look out in the future. Okay one of these girls is going to have to give soon otherwise they'll be bickering through the whole story maybe I'll make Pernisia act a little more like herself the self that she was before she learned she was moving :)

    Your Friend
    Poem Girl

  2. Hey Storyteller,
    I was wondering how do you make it so it doesn't show your guest bloggers in about me cause Ani doesn't really care to be on there.
    Your Friend
    Poem Girl

    1. It's because I don't have my profile up here. I just inserted a picture and put what it says on my profile for the caption. Hope this helps! :)

  3. I don't know if I told you this already, but
    I'm having a Thanksgiving photo challenge if you are interested-

    1. Yep, ya told me. ;D Thanks for reminding me! :)


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