Gardens of Time: Chapters Four, Five, and SixChapter FourGardens of Time: Chapters Four, Five, and Six by contradiction123
“Yes. Over and over and over again.
“It’ll only be over when--”
She woke up to a knocking at her door. Aevum got up to answer it, and found Eden (who else), awaiting her. “Hey, Eden,” she yawned. She used one hand to rub her eyes, and the other to ruffle the shorter boy’s hair.
“Hi, Aevum! Good morning!” Eden grinned. He reached up to ruffle Aevum’s hair in return, but had a significantly larger amount of difficulty with it.
Aevum smiled. “You feeling better, already?” She asked.
“Yeah!” Eden exclaimed. “My immune system is strong!” The black-haired boy proclaimed, proudly.
“If it were strong, you wouldn’t have gotten sick in the first place,” Aevum replied.
Eden paused. “Huh? Is that true?”
Aevum chuckled, and shrugged. “Eh. Probably.” She began pushing Eden away from her doorway. “
Gardens of Time: Chapter Two and ThreeChapter TwoGardens of Time: Chapter Two and Three by contradiction123
“Where is it?
“Oh right, silly me. It’s right there, in my--”
She woke up to the sound of knocking at her door, her hand over her chest and one of her knees up. Aevum dreaded getting up to answering it (she was way too tired), but she forced herself to anyways.
Of course, the person at the door was Eden. She really wasn’t expecting it to be anyone else. Eden had been visiting Aevum first thing in the morning for the past week, and, honestly, Aevum wasn't sure if she enjoyed his company or not. The socialization was nice, but Eden could be pretty annoying. Regardless, Aevum had, surprisingly enough, gotten used to Eden’s company and clinginess.
“Hey, Eden,” she said, yawning.
Eden smiled at her, stuffing his hands into his hoodie pockets. “Today, I can pay for your food!”
Aevum ruffled his hair, somewhat amused. He made that offer everyday. “It’s fine. I can cover for myse
Gardens of Time: Chapter OneChapter OneGardens of Time: Chapter One by contradiction123
She was tasked with a very specific, but at the same time, very vague job. From the moment she was born, her birthmark meant something. The people of Memoria practically celebrated her birth. To be honest, she never liked the attention. It was certainly nice, every now and again, but sometimes it got to be a bit much.
Nearly everyone living on Memoria knew about her. Ever since she moved out to explore the world and try and figure out the inner-workings of her supposed ‘destiny,’ she did her best to remain unrecognized. It was pretty easy, actually. Most people paid her no mind, since, other than her special birthmark, she didn’t have any particular traits of note. Her brown hair was a common colour, as was her green eyes. All she had to do was cover her mark, which was very conveniently on her chest, with any plain shirt.
The young lady enjoyed her travels, especially since she got to meet so many new people. Admittedly, she was a very shy, and qui
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