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Welcome to the Festival of Animals “Celeste!” a familiar voice called among the sea of strange faces.Welcome to the Festival of Animals by Cicada-Sofer
Celeste turned and was greeted by a young woman, smiling behind a mask designed to look like a doe.
“Addie, you look beautiful,” Celeste exclaimed. Addie was adorned in a brown gown with white speckles along the skirt, a fur belt around her waist. The skirt of the dress was thin, hanging at mid-calf. It swirled with every move Addie made. She had a simple top to the dress, the sleeves ending above her elbows, with more speckles along her back and arms. Her brown hair was twisted into an elaborate bun.
“Thank you! I was up all night making the dress.” The girls had to shout over the music being played throughout the square. “You look amazing, Celeste.”
Celeste had chosen a peacock for her animal. Her mask covered her entire face with blue feathers, peppered here and there with pin
Carry On, CathCath took a deep breath, her throat was hoarse and her head felt heavy on her neck. But heavy at the same time, she had been reading for too long. She could feel it. But she didn’t want to stop and she knew that Levi didn’t want her to stop. But she could hear him telling her that it was fine, that they didn’t need to finish the book right now. But Cath had too. It had just gotten to a good part.Carry On, Cath by thedailyentry
“Cather, c’mon,” he begged her, peppering sweet kisses to back of her neck, making her skin tingle but in a good way. It was like magic. He was like magic.
“No, just one more chapter, Levi, I can feel something big is about to happen,” Cath said quietly. She sounded worse than she thought she did. She sounded like a 40-something-year-old chain smoker that had at least five packs a day. “Simon just defeated the Humdrum, please!”
“Give me the book,” his voice was authoritative but still gentle.
“No, I want to finish, L