.Tangled. Worth More Than Gold...p2A dimly smouldering campfire, slowly dwindling with the cold of the night....Tangled. Worth More Than Gold...p2 by Voaz-Kzrhovb
Tired travellers murmur their good-nights, and stiffly creep into their measly sleeping arrangements, the wear and tear of the day striking a dull ache into their bones...
Silence falls, deeply until the haunting melody of the darkness is the only droning, lulling sound to be detected.
From the spindly branches of the trees a glint of green, far too bright to be any natural shade, peers out a final time as the hours pass.
"Look at these careless dupes, will ya? Leaving all there crap out in the open. Bunch o' idiots..." Gaspar grumbled from her left, "Are we done waiting yet, 'your majesty'?" He mockingly oozed, his impatience and resentment sugar coating his jab.
A dignified snarl, if ever there was such a look, and a quite nudge to the ribs silenced him as Gustav looked to their unofficial boss, as though to inquire about the practicality of acting now.
"Let's get this over with..." She grinn
.Tangled. Worth More Than Gold...There are some treasures in the world that are far worth more than gold, or any other riches that any kingdom could offer..Tangled. Worth More Than Gold... by Voaz-Kzrhovb
There are some things that cannot be changed, no matter how one tries, such as a heart, a habit, a way of life...
One does what one must to survive in the world, in this twisted and complicated world, where everyone can only trust themselves in the never ending, vicious competition of life.
The contest which consumes ones soul and blackens it with the lust, and desire, to be greater...richer...the most powerful.
This is the only world I've ever known, and so all my life I've been searching for an answer, or a solution to change the fates design, and alter my life's path so as to ensure only the greatest treasure, worth more than gold, is the only thing that awaits me at my final destination.
My name is Rapunzel. How do I know? I don't, but it's what I've chosen to call myself, and this is the story of how I found that priceless gift in the most unlikely, and
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