Post by katzen22 on Jul 13, 2009 12:28:04 GMT -5
No, she knew that she'd be trouble, in one way or another. He just wouldn't complain, that's all. She could tell he'd do anything for her, and she could tell he'd do it willingly and wouldn't put up a fuss, and he even might want to do it and be happy doing it, but she knew it would eventually lead to some sort of trouble. Sparrow knew it. Either she'd get into some sort of trouble, or he'd get into trouble, and one day, they might not make it out alive. She knew he'd be heartbroken and probably wouldn't want to go on, but she wasn't sure how her own self would fair. She'd miss him and mourn, but would she be able to get up and walk away? If she didn't love him, she probably would.
The gray and white fae watched as the male torbie. He was determined to stay with her, he really was, but that could change over time. Everything always did. When he got behind her a bit of fear entered her heart, but not enough to make her nervous or to make her run. he wasn't getting kittens. Not yet, not even if he begged. So, she flicked him playfully on the nose with her tail and padded a few feet. Then she looked back to see if he would follow. Or, if it had all just been an act to get kittens out of her, if he'd run after being denied what he wanted. She hoped that wasn't the case, but again, she didn't know what went on inside his mind. he could be a conniving murderer and she wouldn't know it until it was too late and the deed was done. Or, the kill could be so swift and silent she wouldn't know what happened.
Onyx didn't seem like a murderer, but he could be. It was a possibility. It was also a possibility that he hadn't wanted kittens and was just waiting for her to lead the way. That was more likely, but more likely in her head. In logic, both possibilities could be even. Sparrow usually listened to logic, since it showed the obvious, but in some cases, like this one, it might be better to listened to your own head instead of the world's.