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i've been walking for so long now

I've been walking for so long, my feet are frostbitten. I've been waiting for you, waiting for you to come and find me again like you promised. You told me that you were coming back, but you never did. I waited for so long, I'm sorry. I have to go now.

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fer

A beautiful girl, long flowing, light hair and piercing blue eyes that could take someone down with one glance.

She stares ahead.

Plump, frostbitten blue lips; covered with the red of her prey. Her long slender hand reaches out and pushes open the door of the old, damp hut. She breathes out, her breath hitting the air and crystallising just as quickly. She was slightly taller than the average female and had a very slender building. Her skin was as white and pale as a sheet of paper.

She scans her surroundings.

She pulls the dark blue-green cape around her head, trying as best as she could to shelter her body from the oncoming wind as moisture turned to ice in her hair. Bare feet took a step out of the hut and in to the snow, small grazes covering the long legs.

She snaps her lengthy fingers back as the shatter like glass, she takes in a sharp breath of air which racks her lungs, her chest rises and falls steadily as she walks out further and surveys her surroundings; the snow falling heavily on to the mountains and small grass patches.

The young, tall, slender girl with the red painted lips, shocking blue eyes, pained face, long eyelashes that flutter, and glazed eyes that show nothing.

As she watches, no longer waiting.

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I'm in so much pain, I've been walking in this storm for hours.

The girl looked around, her white hair swinging round behind her as her blue eyes went wide, her blue tinted lips slightly parted as her eyelids fluttered half closed. It had been 5 years now, nobody had come for her.

She never came here on her own, she came here with him, her father. He promised to stay with her, but he left. He left and never came back, till this day she had never once let herself cry about it, she had turned too cold for that.

Ironic, huh?

Her name was Fer, she was 17 years old now. She was only young when they first came here, they had come on a hike in the winter. They did this every year, usually sometime in November when it had began to snow. It was fun, it was quality time that they spent bonding over.

However that soon became the opposite, she had fallen ill this time, they were hours outside of the city and with no car, it was near impossible to get back, so they found a small cabin. It seemed that nobody was home, so he went inside.

He lit a fire, whilst she lay down and rest. The two fell asleep.

By the next morning, a problem had arisen, they were snowed in and there was no way out.

They were stuck, with almost no supplies.

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