Post by Rosey-Lew ^.^ on Apr 14, 2010 17:06:12 GMT 8
The large grey canine trotted through the trees into the land, a thin sprinkling of snow settled on the ground, with more fluttering from the heavens. He turned his skull behind him, looking about for Sakarri, he spotted her, and whined quietly, wanting to ensure that she didn't get lost. There were some pretty bad things out there, and, he had made a promise to her brother that he would keep her safe, and he stuck by his promises. He continued onward, his thick coat becoming scattered in white flakes of snow. He shook them off. He wasn't cold, his dense coat ensured that. His abnormaly large form continued in until he came to the oasis, he knew that there were caves near here i it got too cold. He liked the femme Sakarri, she saw him for who he was, not his title. His amber eyes flicked over her, and he spoke, his voice a low, calm rumble. "What do you think?"
Her ears pricked at the sound of his handsome voice, her full and graceful strides bounded towards him. "It's beautiful!" she laughed, dancing in the snow beside him. Her ears flopped and she smiled playfully at him. "Everything is so white...and perfect," she said, awed by the beauty around them. She remembered her brother and felt a shot of worry for him, but she trusted him to look after himself.
Post by Rosey-Lew ^.^ on Apr 24, 2010 18:40:23 GMT 8
His lips curled into a smile as she danced beside him, and he nudged her shoulder. He nodded. "I know, I like it here." His tail thudded against the floor, puffing snow up into thin clouds. He saw the worry on her face, and could guess what it would be for. His muzzle touched her ear. "He'll be fine, Sakarri, he's a good guy." He smiled, walking slowly to the oasis, there was a thin sheet of ice over it, and he broke through it with his paw, dipping his muzzle into the ice-cold water.
She knew he was right, so she pushed the worried thoughts from her mind and trotted after the male, seeming to dance with her strides. She shook her thick coat, removing the snow before it could settle before sitting beside him. But, she couldn't sit still for long, and quietly jumping to her feet, running around the frozen pond, grinning as she looked back at him. She wasn't in a hurry to settle down, fall in love, or at least wasn't searching despreatly for it. She would let it come, if it came.