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Through the second-floor window next to the smallest tree on the block peered a little girl and her dragon. The dragon was old and worn, and its right wing dangled awkwardly by its side, but the little girl loved it and cared for it as well as she could.

She cradled her companion in her arms and squinted at the sky from which she was separated by nothing but glass.

Someday, thought she, someday we’ll fly up there. When your wing gets better and I’m big enough to go outside alone.

She lifted the dragon’s head, and its beady eyes stared up at her.

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Through the second-floor window next to the growing tree looked a little lady and her dragon. The dragon had lost its injured wing and much of its weight, but the little lady loved it and cared for it as much as she ever had.

She cradled her companion in one arm, and with the other longingly touched the glass that separated her from the sky.

Soon, thought she, soon we’ll fly up there. When I’m able to replace and nurse your wing back to health.

She lifted the dragon’s head, and its beady eyes stared up at her.

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Through the second-floor window next to the tallest tree on the block gazed a woman.

She reached up and removed the glass that separated her from the sky.

It’s time, thought she.

She lifted her head, and up in the stars two beady eyes beckoned her.

digital art of a dragon flying across the moon and Mikleo, older Mikleo, and Sorey from Tales of Zestiria positioned and stylized as if the piece is a Tarot card
"The Moon"
fabric collage resembling Kratos from Tales of Symphonia with floral patterns
"A Gift"
fabric collage resembling Kratos from Tales of Symphonia with floral patterns, gif cycling through several overlays
"Cycles"
Blue river by the side of a highway lined with mountains and trees
"Highwayside River"
photo of Yggdrasill from Tales of Symphonia cosplay complete with sparkling wings
"Yggdrasill of Cruxis"

All art is by me unless otherwise credited. Hover images for description/details.

Music: original composition and performance, entitled "Yggdrasill."