The Ice Witch. Chapter 2. Trying To Leave."M-Maria!", Chenchi called after the poor white haired girl. "Leave me be!", she shrieked back angrily. Chenchi followed after her, growling angrily. Taking note of this, Maria quickened her pace until she was running to the front gate of the property, the only thing that kept her in that terrible place. "Maria, please don't go!", the demon fox yelped desperately.
He must have really wanted her to stay on the estate for some reason. "Why should I?", Maria said as she turned to look the demon fox. "Because, I don't want you getting hurt, the outside world isn't all rainbows and sunshine. It's a cruel an terrible ace that'll take advantage of anyone the doesn't know it's rules and unfair games!", he said slowly, obviously not lying, but, hiding something from the girl in front if him.
"But, that can't be true! I've wanted to leave, even if it's only a little while, my whole life!", she sighed and sat down the old suit case. "I-I suppose I could let you out if you promised you'd come bac
The Ice Witch. Chapter 1. Debating. "What will you do when you leave? Where will you go from here?", spoke the pale girl, she was talking to herself, wonder what she will do and where she will go if she leaves her home. "Why leave?", an icey voice, smooth as silk spoke calmly. "You have everything you'll ever need or want here, dearest Maria! So why do you insist you must leave to see the world!?" the voice became harsh, it was obviously male by how it sounded. "Leave me be Chenchi!", Maria, the pale girl, snapped at Chenchi, whom oddly enough, was her pet albino demon fox. Chenchi growled at Maria and flicked his tail, he had been standing beside her while she spoke, facing the large garden on the property she owned. "I wish to leave because I've been stuck here my whole life, people come and go, yes, but, they never come onto the property because you scare them away! I don't even know how I got here!", she spoke, on the verge of bursting out sobbing. "Ugh, I'm going to find someplace to rest, it's almost daylight.", a
The Ice Witch (preview)A lone, sad, song gently swam through the cool, dusk, breeze outside a lovely, aging manor. This manor belonged to a girl who's name not many knew.
She was described as a tall girl ankle length, white, hair and gleaming grey/blue eyes. She was said to wear a long pinkish/white scarf that covered her mouth. A long fluffy grey dress with buttons down the middle and a grey over coat with a similar design, this coat had fur lining the bottom, sleeves, and hood of it. She wore heavy snow boots and stocking as well. But, enough of what she looked like, let us get back to the story, shall we?
"Down in the cradle. Asleep do we fall.", the girl sang sadly, ice beginning to creep up her hands, she doesn't notice this and continues singing, tears draining down her cheeks like rain drops down a leaf after a storm.