"Come together y'all."
He couldn't count them. He wasn't sure whether or not he could. The wolves were swaying towards them. Were they the wolves Lycaon talked about? He couldn't be sure. His heart was in his mouth. He obviously was the eldest, and the mates, even the pack was in his palms. He would tell what would be or not. Whatever he say would be the intiator of whatever they were supposed to be. Whatever their fates was supposed to be. He didn't have much time to think. There was nothing to think. He knew he was too weak for it. He looked towards Pelasgus, he simply wasn't interested. Twas littered all over his face. He didn't hide it. He had no idea what had become of his brother. He didn't use to be like that. He used to be great. He used to be a man of valour. He used to be a dean of affluence. He used to champion courses back then in the agora of the gods. Lycaon had simply ta
"Unnrgnh." He flipped his eyes open like the pages of a book. He couldn't say if twas whether or not crumpled pages littered with cringes. His eyes yet were heavy. He wanted to close them again. Pulpy pleasure fiddled with his instinct. He knew that he had no power over that feeling. Even if he did have power over it, he wasn't sure how long he would have to trail the odds. A part of him wanted him awake, but he wasn't sure whether or not he would put up with it and brace its leaning expectations. His eyelids did skip like gazelle. He didn't know what to think. The whooshing of the wind was tantamount to the crooning of a mass choir. He wasn't sure where he was. His instinct was sweeping ideas into a whole. Confetti of wishes were blown by the tempest of his curiosity. He didn't know the odds of the occurrence. He had no idea of the odds of his present state. He didn't want to nurse odd though
"I ain't dead, bitch. Who the fuck are you?" He muttered. Even the stray wind could not make meaning of what he had said. He tried to turn again, and again was a thud on the eerie earth. Callous earth obviously was pawning his rage. He knew that and wasn't pleased. Who would be? He let his rusty rage subside as he dumped all the odd thoughts. He could use the thoughts which had been trained by time. He was conscious of what to think. His thoughts were seasoned. He was relating. It had started hardly in the first place, but at that moment, he was getting acquainted with the odds. He knew that twouldnt take him forever to stand on his feet. He just needed to figure out how things were supposed to be. He was supposed to make odds of the even. Beg your pardon, make even of the odds. The pain seemed to be easing. He knew everything would be alright. He knew that things probably would return to how
"For what will you prepare me?" "Will you keep being mute!" "Don't be that harsh on him." His eyes were the only part of his body which did second to his anxiety. Other parts of the body were evil and wicked. They had all left him to the plight and he would do his best to make the meaning of all. He had been trying before but of course it had been to no avail. There was nothing else he could do. He knew that but kept assuring himself that sooner or later he would have to deal with whether or not he was a thing with the stance. He kept his gaze and kept abreast of where they were taking him. He had no idea why they had put him far from their cubicles. How about if some stray hound made meal of him when he was yet sleeping? What if he had been attacked off guard by the wiles of the time. He was glad that not
"But he hadn't said it this way. He'd never been this way." She tried to be mute enough. She tried to keep it as a whisper. She didn't want to stir any of the guards. She was simply worried. Turned out that things wasn't working the way she had thought they would. She was disappointed by all. She was disappointed by Lycaon. He shouldn't had done that. He shouldn't had left them. He shouldn't had gone away for that long without leaving a clue or trace of his being. Who was going to take care of Darius? Who was going to stand a ground against the gaurds of these real wolves? Who was going to liberate them. Several questions were elevated in the zenith of her consciousness. She was obviously lost in the labyrinth of its complexity. She was trying to figure out the odds. She was trying to convert her rage into strength. She wished that she had enough guts to finance the rage. She would flourish to an ex
. "Why sit all alone?" He looked closely at her. She obviously was indifferent and he could figure that out. He knew that she had all her rights to be vexed with him. He knew that he did more than what could had pricked her rage. He knew that he had stepped off his boundaries. He was yet trying to figure out what he was thinking before he did that to her. He didn't want to revive the odd thoughts. He didn't want to prune the odd thoughts. He didn't want to make mountain of a molehill, though the mountain had been stanced. His worries were quite inflected by the stanced rage. Twas as stanced as a salient sequoia. He had no idea what was rippling through her consciousness. He had no idea what was ripping off her consciousness. He had no idea what had her buried in thoughts. He couldn't really be sure. But a part of him thought that what he had done to her availed all her worries. He actually didn't know what
"You shouldn't have. You should have waited." He left her on the spot. He had no idea what she was thinking before aiming without being conscious. She seemed to always love to get herself into trouble. That was more of a plague than what he could knuckle under. He wouldn't want to prune the thought. He didn't want to push the odds. He needed the right feeling to prick. He knew that he didn't have much time to keep housing the thoughts. There was more to staying alive. There was more to having the will to live. He must get there before things would slip outta his hands. He hoped that he would make meaning of the odds. He hoped that he would be able to save one of the mates. He hoped that it wouldn't be too late. He hadn't been there for them. He hadn't been all-in for them. He hadn't had the time to foster the growth of the pack. He had been taken away. He should then be there for one of the mates.
How'd you do that?" He hurled the syllabic spell at her as he tried to help Chloe up. Chloe was more than what he had thought him to be. He was quite heavy and could do whatever he wanted to. Probably that was why he had chosen the quality of being a rogue over other sane qualities. He couldn't be sure actually of what to think. He looked at the lady. She seemed to be indifferent and feigned to have nothing to say. He knew where that was headed. He didn't know whether or not he was supposed to had asked her that question. He didn't know whether or not he had supposed to had pulled that string and watch the rusty rhythm rave in rage. He had just said something. He couldn't hide his curiosity. He wasn't good at it. He had no idea if that was actually a defect for an Alpha. He knew that he would have to get some writings inscribed probably in the walls before he would be able to make meaning of a
"Huh?" He tend to get confused more and more and didn't seek light. He didn't actually enjoy the odds of being confused, but he loved to make meaning of it all by himself. He needed no help to make meaning of whatever he did not get. He loved to sort for it. He knew that he was not good at that, but he did owe It to being an Alpha. Being that, he would be able to do whatever he wanted, he opined. He didn't know what odds were supplanted. He seemed to take quite the numbers of delights in his confusion. There was this pull to it. He didn't mind and didn't care. He should, but he seemed not to be moved. Even he could not say what was responsible for the recent feeling. He hadn't thought of it before he started exhibiting it. It just came out of its own will and wouldn't stop. He wasn't willing to stop it. He had no idea what pleasure he was extracting from it. He hoped that he would understand s