Saski sighed to herself as she moved forward and away from the meeting grounds of the Union. She wanted to keep moving. She wouldn’t stop. Not now, not for a bit. She just, for a moment, needed to get away from all of their scents and all of those wolves. That went…as terribly as she expected it to go, in all honesty. She didn’t really “expect” for the whole pack to disband right then and there, but she also didn’t particularly doubt that it wouldn’t happen either. Considering who their “leader” was and who stood behind her, it wasn’t much of a surprise to her. But still, it was sad to say the least and Saski did feel terrible in her own way because of it.
While she walked, her tail limp between her legs, she mulled over what had just happened in her mind. Going over the voices, the conversations, the catalyst. Adrian had spoke up, he had said he would take the position that Holly was offering, but it was as if his acceptance had completely gone over her head. Not to mention, his idea about how the pack could run until someone more fitted for the leadership position came around was a good one. At least to her because well, it was her own idea way before he had even spoke up about it. But still, Klass didn’t want to hear it and Saski believed that to be one of the reasons why the Emerald Union could not last. They had two wolves completely irresponsible and still too immature to think about anyone other than themselves.
Saski really didn’t know why she had stayed in the first place. Well, she did…but even before meeting Sunfall, she had met Klass and Holly….and why did she trust them? Why had she followed them from the very beginning? She should have known better.
She sighed again, breathing out a large breath of air as her head hung low and her eyes watched the ground. Another home that had practically disappeared right before her eyes. Pack life was just not meant for her, she concluded. For a moment, she even wondered if it was her fault. Was this because of her? Was she the bad luck charm in all of this? She was the one who Klass, Holly and Adrian hated. What if she left and Sunfall stayed…maybe then the pack could survive, just for the winter at least. But she doubted Sunfall would stay if she left…or at least in a small, selfish way, she hoped he wouldn’t.
Her head felt dizzy. Her body felt sick. And she more than not, felt exhausted. Emotionally and physically. Without even a single thought, she stopped, nearing the edge of the Emerald Labyrinth at this point and just fell to her rump with a soft thump. How did everything fall apart so easily? And why would they even think it was a good idea to make Dixy, a stranger, in a leader position?
For a brief moment, her mind went to the cream colored wolf. She thought about the stare she had given her and the way it made her own skin crawl with unease. That wolf wasn’t trustworthy. She knew it, did anyone else see it? Saski swallowed, and turned to glance behind her to see if Sunfall was still following her like she expected. Did he have anything to say about this whole thing? Or were they going to go straight to Laura, forget about the Union and move on?
Jul 11, 2017 05:49 PM
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