And then one day, the lights went out. The walls closed in, faces became blurred, words went unheard and there was nothing but silence. And it was deafening.
And then she held the tip of the sword to his neck, softly. The skin dented but did not break but he still fell to his knees and wept.
There was fire and it burned so brightly in her eyes that it was startling to any who saw it. The ones who thought they knew her were so taken aback by it that they stood there, mouths agape, silent.
And then the air felt pure, the earth righted itself and a huge weight was lifted.
And then just like that, her head was calm. The past stopped haunting her, the memories of people long gone, left. And then just like that, she was home.
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