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"Oh, oh yeah I’m Griffin. Who are you?"
"Like I said, I’m Talia. I used to be pretty important, but then my house burned down with me trapped inside, and now I’m just an old lady ghost. And you? How are you so well-versed in the supernatural?"
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She nodded and buried her face further into her chest. “I’m sorry.”
Talia pulled back at that, gently raising Daray’s head with a hand under her chin. “You do not apologize to me for this, understand? You made the same mistake that I, and better wolves than I, have made for centuries, and then you took responsibility for it. I will hear no apologies.”
“I’m fine, I’m perfectly fine.
You can stop asking now.
"That’s wonderful sweetie, and I’m glad, but I said, ‘do you want to play?’ As in, do you want to join the rest of us for a board game? I didn’t ask if you were okay. Something on your mind?”
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- "I’ve come to burn your kingdom down."
- "Holy water cannot help you now."
- "I’ll be dead before the day is done."
- "You can’t choose what stays and what fades away."
- "I’d do anything to make you stay."
- "Tell me what you want me to say."
- "It’s a conversation I just can’t have tonight."
I’ve been looking for a word. A big, complicated word, but so sad. I’ve found it now.
"I just want her back. Mom, I just want her back." Daray cried into her shoulder, "She was the only friend I had. Everyone else is scared of me." The brunette whispered and kept her arms tight around her mother’s torso.
"I know, baby." Talia whispered, gently smoothing her daughter’s hair. "I know. You just- we’ll get through it. I promise."
How are you here?”
"I really don’t know. I mean, I’ve always been here, after the fire, but all you pups were gone before I got the whole speaking from beyond the grave thing under control. What I don’t know is how I’m suddenly visible to you, but I’m not complaining.”