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You asked to see them. Phet dusted powdered sugar off his hands. Not mirror. My Kahl-see vastly quick. Can you help Ren? Many hair ago. Very good. For some reason. Skin is flesh? Not important. Words is no buzz. Smart garl! Many year ago. Why do you need to do that? Only eye is talk. Fix maybe or maybe not. No buzz. Inside eye is buzz like a bee. He stared at me thoughtfully while Kishan slowly tore a crepe into pieces.

Tomorrow is time for weapon. Ama sunahara. Tonight is for gifts. Gifts for be-u-ti-full goddess.

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He stretched out his fingers. The Scarf attached itself to his hand while he cooed over and petted it. Then he turned to the Scarf. He spoke to the Scarf like he had to the Fruit. You want the gifts. Phet cupped his hands around the Golden Fruit which began to shimmer in the flickering light of the hut. It sparkled and crackled until it burst like a tiny nova and the material became pure white.

They do come in handy. Having the Fruit means I have to carry around a lot less as we walk through weeks of jungle. Is that sugar? Placing spoonfuls of ground herbs into a cup. He stirred it slowly and sprinkled in some white granules. Drink bitter. The colors darted more rapidly until the white was overrun and it assumed its normal form.

Now Phet present fresh offering to you. The Scarf immediately shifted color. The fabric seemed to vibrate or hum with contentment as he stroked it idly with his hand. The shaman cleared his throat loudly. Phet looked at the Scarf then pointedly at Kishan.

Bestow two gift. Phet missing gifts long time. Gift as good for you. Then he picked up the Scarf and gave it to Kishan. His eyes tightened.

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Two and two. Phet clucked his tongue. Phet nodded. For you. I tried to figure out what Phet meant too. After he was satisfied. Kishan picked up the cup and hesitated. Is yours. Choice always drink. Phet leaned back in his chair and. In the modern world soma is also a hallucinogenic. Phet no done. He just shrugged his shoulders.

Soon his entire head was. Now gift other one. Ren turned to me. Ren stood up immediately. The brothers were staring at Phet too. Blobs of pink stuff coated every inch of his scalp. Witness what take place mornings. I stifled a giggle and had the Scarf make a towel. Phet went to the sink to wash his hands.

I summoned. All night time sleep. Ren seemed irritable. Phet announced he was finished. I grabbed my comb and drew it through his black hair. He sat there with his arms folded and a scowl on his handsome face. Kishan leaned his chair back to watch with a mocking grin on his face. When that was done.

Ren stared at me with sullen unhappiness. I approached him with the towel as a giant blob of the stuff dropped onto his nose and slid off onto his cheek.

I lost myself in his eyes until he softly said. My hand trembled. I smiled brightly. Then he opened the door and waited stubbornly for the tigers to leave.

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I was gentle but thorough. A tender emotion slowly rose to the surface of my mind. Everyone was watching me now. I turned my back on them and arranged the bed. All I could hear was the hitch in my breathing as my heart began to beat faster. Kishan touched my cheek. Something inside me switched on. He stared into mine with a tender smile. My heart burned with a hopeful pain. I felt him cup my wrist. The room had become silent. Tiger outside.

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I lowered my gaze and stepped away. I shifted my gaze to his eyes. Ren followed but paused at the door and gave one of his trafficstopping smiles. I saw him rubbing his fingers with his thumb. By the time I turned back around. I absently stroked his skin with my thumb.

How long was I staring at him like an idiot? It must have burned him terribly. I pulled the towel away. The next morning. I joined him and scooped up fruit salad and something that looked like cottage cheese.

Why damage? When he touched the skin. I heard Phet murmuring directions to both of them as they settled down for the night. Kahl-see extraordinarily depressing. I woke to Phet humming in the kitchen. Phet studied me and gently grasped my hand in both of his.

He twisted it and stroked it in different places. Kishan loves me. Lake bed know how to hold water in basin. Woman like earth. For all time be in motion cycle. You choose ice? Is all good. You want sleep. Every one usefulness for earth. Some is big. What if I make the wrong choice? Become one together. Rain make mudslide. Except for Ren. I love Ren. Everyone is miserable. Ice water is glacier. Same water.

Choose round. Pick river. Not matter. You pick rock? Pillow is good. Some good drink. Pick ocean. Your choice. Any advice? Pick rain. Ocean make sand. Water with earth sculpt each other. Necessitate water to endure. Water on all sides of us everywhere. Always two: You like square? Choose square. You be required to choose. Need each other.

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What kind of life I want to have? Choose ocean or choose river. Does he remember? I quietly asked Kishan. Phet be of assistance tigers. They both greeted me politely: Kishan squeezed my hand.

You like earth. Your back transformation shape to be same with man your picking. Can embrace many burden. Their hair was slicked back and wet.

I smirked. Ren had gotten all the pink stuff out. Kahl-see back is sturdy. Both man put together your life special. No matter. Could I really be happy with either one of them? Could Ren and I fall in love again? And if so. Phet studied each intently before handing it to the person Durga had originally given it to. Phet asked to see the weapons. Every time his fingers brushed against mine.

I thought about what Phet said. I smiled back. I caught Kishan watching me from time to time as he listened to Phet. Would I ever be able to touch him again without inflicting pain? Now that his memories of us were gone. I dug the gada.

Kishan smiled. Which one I want to make a life with? I was always so sure about my relationship with Ren. Could Kishan have been right? Was losing Ren somehow part of my destiny? Was Kishan the person I was supposed to be with. Block me. I like round pillows. Fanindra declare be partial you.

You good woman and show consideration for her. She started rocking back and forth as if under the spell of a snake charmer. He pulled two chairs away from the table and set them across from each other. I wonder which man the round pillow represents. Fanindra uncoiled. I pulled a round pillow over and set her in the middle of it. Kishan joined me on the bed and reached out to hold my hand. He began singing and moving his head. When he stopped singing.

I bit my lip nervously as I watched. Phet jumped up out of his chair. After an uncomfortably long silence. Phet slapped his hand. Ren sat in one.

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Tears filled my eyes. In a tiny voice. No from criminal one. Only he be capable of fix. He looked at Phet dumbfounded. I choked out. All the trauma of Lokesh is gone now? Can he still remember it? I gaped at Ren. But remembrance is jam. I still remember it. Evil black at this time gone. Why would you do this to me?

From tiger mind. Do you feel differently about it? His blue eyes were bright with emotion. He opened his mouth to say something … then closed it. Ren stood. I backed toward the door and pushed it open. If someone had asked me before he was taken if I trusted Ren. That he took himself out of the picture made it worse. Much worse. How could I have been so wrong about him?

There was no question in my mind that he was sincere. I believed his professions of love. A negative voice picked away at me. The reasonable part of my brain told me that Ren most likely had a perfectly legitimate reason for purposefully forgetting me.

I was tired of running away from emotional turmoil. I would have said yes. It said that I never deserved him in the first place and that it was only a matter of time before I lost him. I never wanted to be right. I trusted him absolutely. No can help this. That somewhere deep inside. Pick the wrong girl? I returned slowly to the hut. Phet turned to me and tilted his head. I could tell myself that Lokesh had done this. Just highlight and delete.

He wanted to cast me aside and had somehow found a very convenient way to do it. When I walked through the door. How nice it must be to just erase your mistake. I looked at him dully. Ren stood and took a step toward me. To forget completely. Now I knew that he deliberately wanted to forget me. Expunge your memory! Buy one. Both brothers watched me while Phet started busily grinding spices.

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Soberly he said. Limited time offer! After an hour of feeling sorry for myself. You could sell that pill and become a billionaire. Kishan gathered his things quickly and caught up to me. Kishan looked at my tight expression and then at the white tiger. Sorry to leave so abruptly. I refused to look at him. No water for me. Moon maybe. I tried not to notice. It was four in the morning.

I sipped my drink slowly as I stared into the flames. No calls from Mr. I woke when the sky was still dark and checked my phone for the first time in days. I fell on top of my sleeping bag.

The flickering flames made his golden-bronze skin glow warmly. Placing a couple more logs onto the fire. They left me alone. I made out his white shirt but his face was in the shadows. I blew on my cocoa and looked everywhere but at him. Neither Ren nor Kishan were around. Ren was leaning against a tree. Why does he have to be so goodlooking? His blue eyes studied me intently. I built it up until it was crackling again and wished up a hot chocolate. Creating a small tent with the Scarf.

Forget about you? I … you know what? You took away everything in the world that was important to me! You plucked out my heart. You need to get it all out. That you cared about me. If he gets those. You might as well. That we belonged together.

Go hunt if you want. What an idiot I was to believe that you actually had feelings for me. What does that mean? All those things you said. I fully intend to give back every one of your poems. Denying his words. Running to the fire. The man who wrote this is dead at best. I ripped the page from my book and stared at it. When we get home.

I stared at it as it spun in the air. Ren grabbed the page out of the fire and crumpled the burning edge in his fist to put out the flame. It was fiery and passionate. He breathed heavily. Get lost! That much should be obvious! A tiger who happens to be a prince? A man who happens to hate me so much that he purposefully erased me from his brain with a magic spell?

Because if so. Faster than lightning. He was breathing heavily. His hand quickly healed from the burn while I stared mutely at the charred edge of the precious poem. His lips were hot as they melded against mine. He backed away and bent over. So what? I remember saying that. I was kind of hoping kissing you would do the trick. I hate to burst your bubble. You thought you could kiss the female frog and turn her into your fairy princess? I barely knew you when I said those things. I am far from perfect.

Never call one woman beautiful in front of another. If you really loved me. Anyone can see that. I knew you were too good to be true. You are beautiful. You were eavesdropping. The old Ren may be gone forever. I was still traumatized. I was avoiding you. I already know how it ends. Then he said. You expect too much. Ren dropped his hands to his sides and clenched his fists.

What wound did ever heal but by degrees? Too Little Too Late A Villain by any Other Name The Princess and the Tiger A Narrow Escape A Man-Eater and a Miracle The Last Gift The Fifth Sacrifice Teacher Poolside Confession A Cave and a Circus Becoming Phet Shrine of Earth The Grove Birds of a Feather Shrine of Air Future Glimpse Shrine of Fire Shrine of Water A Dream Forgotten A Promise Fulfilled A Dream Realized Wanderer Somnolence About the Author.

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