Anila trotted along the ocean side, her large paws brushing against the deep sand and flicking it up as it landed upon her red-pink pelt. Anila was different from others, she was not from the earthly, more so from the world above them all. She was the goddess of passion and love, here because the heavens, though beautiful, were boring. She had taken a form she liked and came down to live amoungst her people until that to bored her.
Ruffling her coloured wings, settling them by her side easily and looked around the clearing she was in. Toralon had brought her here, but she had no idea where he was. Grasses, all shades which were more beautiful then most she had seen. Flowers, every single colour in the rainbow and more, she guessed that Chiela, the earth goddess, had been at work here as well.
"Toralon?" she called quietly, her paws carring her quicker alongside the ocean as she smiled into its blue depths.
I was sneaking up to one of the delightfully tasty fish that swam in the shallows when I heard a call. My ears perked up immediately and I wagged my tail. Anila had come! Jumping onto the shore from the shallows, I shook the water and sand from my paws and moved into a smooth, gliding run towards the sound of her beautiful voice, my tail wagging as fast as my legs were moving. I slowed down though as she came into sight, moving into an easy lope.
"Hello, Anila," I said to her gently, coming to stand before her, my deep brown eyes roving over her for any marks suggesting that another wolf had tried to harm her. More importantly though, I was sniffing the air about her carefully. No other scents. Good.
"Would you like to see our home?" I asked her, moving closer to lick her cheek with the tip of my tongue, my paw placed just on top of her shoulder, very gently. I felt strange sometimes, being around the two she-wolves I loved. Anila made me feel hot, yet I was freezing with awe as well, whenever I behold her smooth grace, her wonderful form, heard her voice. Lupita awoke a deep gentleness, like the first young roses in the spring. The smallest, most delicate things, they were, yet full of warmth and merriness, full of life.
The immortal fae chuckled lightly, returning his gentle lick with a nudge of her own. "It is good to see you again Toralon," she said, tilting her red head and studying the land around them. "You smell...like another," she said quietly, sniffing the air and scenting the different smells which lingered around his bodice. Before she could ask anything else, a stumbling figured enter into the clearing.
Lupita stumbled slightly, tripping over her own paws and fell nose first into the green earth, wrinkling it slightly at the musty smells. Anila looked at Toralon then back to the fae, before approaching her slowly. The goddess noted how the fae could not see her, and by the stiff movements of her ears, she wasnt used to hearing either. Slowly, she stretched her nose out and nudged the coloured fae, slowly leading her towards Toralon with small strides. She was a lot bigger then the thin fae.
"I guess this is her then," she said to Toralon. "Hello Tor....Toralon," the coloured fae whispered, sounding awkard with her words.
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I smiled a bit at Anila, but the smile left my face as I saw Lupita. running the rest of the way to her, I spoke softly to her, licking the sand and dirt off of her as I checked her over. The she-wolf was thin, her coat still a bit dirty, though I did my best to get all of it out of her fur. She must be starving! I thought, looking between her and Anila. "Lupita," I said to the two, standing in front of them both. "This is Anila. Anila, Lupita. Are you alright?" I asked the thin she-wolf, knowing she must be hungry, and Anila too, unless she had eaten already today.
A lop-sided smiled apeared on Lupita's maw as she tilted her head in the direction of his voice. "It is nice to m-meet you, A-Anila," the shy fae whispered and yawn loudly with a slight nod. "Yes...better then before," she murmered in reply to his question and her stomach rumbled loudly and Anila chuckled gently. "Nice to meet you to dear," she said in motherly tones, licking a piece of dirt from her cheek and looked to Toralon. "Toralon, did you wish me to hunt for us or something?" she asked, not at all hungry herself but knowing the shy fae must eat soon, lest she wasted away to nothing. And this way, they could catch up without her in the way.
"We can go to the beach, all of us, to hunt. I was going to eat soon anyway, but food's always better with others." I replied, smiling at Anila's kind offer. "It's beautiful there, though I doubt there's a place that isn't here." I said, nudging Lupita's shoulder, guiding her.
"Of course," Anila said with a bow of her elegant head and slightly smiled at the blind fae. Lupita looked at Toralon, nosing her lightly with her wet nose and sighed, wishing she could see his beautiful bodice. But she had made her choice, to hear him other then see him. She just had to live with it. "Lead the way," she murmered, setting her paws forth in the way the river sounded. Anila chuckled quietly, stepping in front of the fae and stopping her graceful strides. "The other way dear," she said gently, turning her around so she was heading the right direction once more.