Posts tagged ‘A: Tiffany Diaz’

July 31, 2010



“They were extremely pale, their skin almost waxen in appearance, their eyes deep set, dark, and intense. All were clad in jet-black. The pair who led them was especially striking. The woman’s lips were narrow and bright crimson in color, whether by nature or artifice I could not tell. Her fingernails ha been dyed to match. Both she and the man had bony, aristocratic features: well-defined cheeks and jaws jutting, arrogant noses and dark, winged brows. They made a handsome couple, he in billowing shirt, tight trousers and high boots, she in a formfitting gown whose plunging neckline left little to imagination.”

From Wildwood Dancing

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July 10, 2010



“My eldest sister’s gown was a simple one in violet-blue that matched her eyes; her hair rippled down her back back like black silk. Tati didn’t need jewellery or ribbons or any sort of finery. She was as lovely as a perfect wildflower.”

From Wildwood Dancing

Last Updated: 12.October.2010

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