|A ramdom theory on the origins of Osmosains.|
Rainy DayThe pitter patter of rain woke the girl well before her room mate’s alarm. Aqua rolled over in her hammock toward the light. Lazily light blue eyes took in the sight of grey sky outside. The teen groaned not really wanting to leave her nice warm nest but knowing that she’d have to get up anyway.Rainy Day by ~NixKat
Up, out of the hammock, same thing.
She landed face first on the made, decorated, and never once slept in bed below. A small spike of irritation wafted over from the other side of the room. It appeared that her roommate was now awake. Aqua listened to the other girl get up and make her bed before taking some clothes with her out the door. Aqua lay there for a few more minutes not really wanting to get up. Eventually her bare feet slid down to the cool carpet and her upper body entered an upright-ish position. She stood and stretched out the last bit of sleepiness from her limbs and tossed the fallen blanket back into the hammock.
Aqua made her way for the window. One hand tugged dow
How the stars got in the skyA long time ago when the Mother was young and the multiverse was new, the night sky was lit only by the Mun. Over time the creatures of the night grew envious of the creatures of the day who had a much brighter skylight to light their way. One night the children of the dark gathered together for a meeting.How the stars got in the sky by ~NixKat
"We need more light." Hooted Srig-a-hoo perched in one of the trees surrounding the clearing.
"Why, so can hunt us better?!" Rod-na chirped from on the ground. She shivered in fear when the predator looked in her direction.
Anu-hurn stood over the borrower to dissuade the hunter bird from attacking his fellow herbivore. Rod-na may be small and defenseless but he had many sharp horns to protect himself. “Remember little sister, with more light we can spot them better as well.”
"But how do we get more light?" Asked Pa’ta-gig as she laid lazily at the edge of the clearing. Her brother Pa’ta-min added, "And how do we get it in the sky?"
The night children began to