Posts tagged ‘A: Samara Weaving’

July 25, 2010

Tuala

Tuala:

“Her face was oval, the dark brows arched, the eyes large and light, perhaps blue if one had to give them a color. The eyes were questioning, and there were shadows around them; she had wept for Erip, and for Wid, and just a little for herself. The nose was straight, the mouth small and neat, pink as a rosebud. She was certainly pale. Tuala was forced to concede that in this respect, at least, she did somewhat resemble Amna in the story for her skin had always been white and transparent, as if the Shinning One lent her the gleam of moonbeams. Her hair was coal-black, long and glossy for all her neglect of brushing. That, too, made her like the girl in the tale.”

From The Dark Mirror

Last Updated: 4.November.2011

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July 23, 2010

Creidhe

Creidhe:

[…] that bonny young woman with his dear friend’s butter-yellow hair, his guileless blue eyes, sweet as a cloudless summer sky, his heartbreaking goodness and simplicity.”

From Foxmask

Last Updated: 10.October.2010

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