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Bright Shadows, Part V
                       Rikkish
  I was fuming when she hit me, but as she carried on, I felt myself drawing back. You want me in my place? Fine. I let her slap me and yell at me and I just stood there like the bond-guard I was and when she curled up on the floor and cried I just stood there and looked at the wall. I didn’t move as she sniffled her way to her bed and blew out the lantern and I slept on my feet that night because she had never said I could go to bed.
  I only half-slept as the sun came up and Alexandria didn’t stir until noon. She had her maid bring her some food and then went back to sleep. I couldn't tell if the maid intentionally gave Alexandria much more food than she'd eat, or if it just happened that way, but Alexandria ate only a small part of the meal the maid brought up. The rest, I neatly polished off after Alexandria had fallen back asleep. It was the first food I'd had since the
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Transplanted by Wintersmith6 Transplanted :iconwintersmith6:Wintersmith6 1 0 You can almost believe it's natural by Wintersmith6 You can almost believe it's natural :iconwintersmith6:Wintersmith6 2 0 Rocky beach by Wintersmith6 Rocky beach :iconwintersmith6:Wintersmith6 2 0 Painted dragon by Wintersmith6 Painted dragon :iconwintersmith6:Wintersmith6 1 0

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   I have noticed of late that there are many people out there in the business of llama-laundering. By this I mean giving out llamas with the expectation of receiving one in return. Now, granted, I am totally new to the concept of llamas on DeviantArt, but my personal view of llamas is that they are tokens of appreciation. If I like your work, I might favorite it. If I like a lot of your work, I might watch you, or if I just like you and your stuff, I might give you a llama to say that I appreciate what you do and I hope you keep doing it.
   Now, I don't know as I can say this without sounding conceited, but if you want to give me a llama, please do it because you genuinely like what I do. If you are llama-laundering, please do not include me in your quest unless you're laundering llamas to save some poor puppy in Australia who can't have a treat unless you launder a certain number of llamas and I am the very last person you can turn to ('cause I'm sure that's totally a thing :) ). If you need my help, just ask. Send me a llama with a note explaining why you're llama-laundering and I'll send it back to you. IF YOU SEND ME A LLAMA WITHOUT A NOTE EXPLAINING THAT YOU ARE LLAMA-LAUNDERING, I WILL ASSUME IT IS A GENUINE GIFT AND I WILL RESPOND AS SUCH.
   In total, if you send me a llama, I will come to your page to thank you and to check out your work. If I really like what you do, I might give you a llama back. I also might not. If I've sent you a llama, I do not expect you to send me one in return. When I give you a llama, it is a genuine gift for which I do not expect recompense. That said, if you really like what I do, of course feel free to gift me with these woolly wonders.

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Wintersmith6

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I'm from a small town, so I spent most of my life wandering in the woods, making up stories about all the stuff I wanted to do. Writing is one of my passions. You might notice, photography is also big part, and most of my pictures are from the same woods that inspired (or at least gave me a place to think up) my stories.
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Deb-e-ann Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2017
Thank you for :+fav:ing 'What We Need' :D
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Wintersmith6 Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
No problem :)
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Chanteur-de-Vent Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for the fave.
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BelieveInWriting Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2017  Student Writer
Thanks for the badge! I appreciate it!
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