The resolution was absolute. The final minute was absolute.
D hurdled over the bridge to Long-gate. The crimson bird watched him from up above, just hovering. He arrived in good time at Long-gate and looked over his surroundings. Nothing but ash and dust lay in his wake and a distant call - minute but easily heard. He dusted the ash off his
shoulders and walked along the creaked path of brow-beaten moss and the stony isle which called itself a road. Meanwhile the crimson bird continued to circle the blank sky in an awkward fashion;
almost as if trying to find something: something discreetly close but yet so far - the winged creature continued to hover. Abruptly D saw the bird from the corner of his eye as he was walking and
his crystal necklace started to glow like sharks glow in the sea.
The shard turned a brilliant white, as white as a newly sown wedding dress before its worn and glowed a faint purply pink that rather astonished D. Before the shard could have its way, D took it off and flung it as high in the sky as he could.
'Good riddance' he said aloud. He watched it briefly fly across the sky before its abrupt stop in a nearby tree. He continued walking with a blank look on his face. The carrion swooped down as fast as a lightning bolt, closing its wings tight to its feathery body like a torpedo before extending its wings gracefully. It fought with branches, leaves, and other animals, receiving some damage but refused to give up on the jewel it was seeking. Before it could obtain what it was seeking, a nearby half rabbit, half toad extended its metre long tongue and powerfully heaved the pearl of purple into its mouth with almost what appeared as a snarl.
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