W.U.T. Rebuilding Dawnfire paced in front of her den at least what once was her den. Now, it was blackened with soot, and the branch that had once been over it had fallen in. All of Lightclan camp was like this black, burned, and destroyed. All of Lightclan's forests where burnt down too, and all of the prey had gone. Dawnfire wondered all the time how long it would take for the forest to grow back completely.
In the mean time, Dawnfire had assigned most of the Lightclan warriors to rebuild the camp, so Lightclan would be protected. Everyone was working hard, weaving branches to make the dens, bringing bramble and leaves into camp, and hunting for fresh-kill so the clan wouldn't go hungry.
Dawnfire stopped pacing and started heading towards the camp entrance. She wanted to go solo hunting, everything looked calm in camp, and a little extra fresh-kill never hurt anybody.
She raced south, where the fires of Burning Sky didn't touch. That was the only place that
Coalstorm's Kits - RequestI was asleep in my den; it had been a long day. The days had been getting hotter, and most prey had been fleeing towards cooler areas.
I awoke when someone prodded my head. I opened my eyes. Lonetail was in my den; her eyes had a look of urgency in them. Once she saw I was awake she said, "Coalstorm is kitting! Come quick!"
I got up quickly and ran to the nursery. The sky was pitch black, the almost-full moon shining in the sky. Coalstorm was lying down, asleep with six little kittens next to her. "Is she ok?" I asked, concerned.
"Yes, she did perfectly fine" Lonetail said.
Foxsky came in to the nursery with different herbs in her mouth. "These will help with her strength."
"Perfect, thank you Foxsky." Lonetail woke up Coalstorm and got her to eat the herbs.
My mind was spinning I didn't remember Coalstorm telling me she was going to have kits. Sure, her belly had gotten larger, and she hadn't been hunting as much . But I just hadn't thought it through
W.U.T. Burning SkyLonetail's worried eyes stared into mine, "We must leave, NOW!" she said,
"I know " I said, padding out of my den and jumping onto Highbranch.
"Lightclan! Important news, gather around Highbranch for a clan meeting." I said, hoping I'd sound braver than I felt. The familiar faces looked up at me, probably expecting a ceremony. I didn't want to darken their thoughts, or crush their spirits. But I had too; it was the only way to protect my clan.
"We must leave camp." Bewildered whispers echoed throughout the crowd. "Lonetail has told me that the Burning Sky is coming to an end." Louder whispers this time. 'They must think I've gone crazy' "But, not without a bang. There will be fire lots. Starclan has warned us to stay near rock and water." Now it was fear that spread through the cats' faces. "We will go to the river clearing, where the rocks are. There are hollows, big enough for us to hide in." I looked at my deputy "Make sure we are not missing anyone." I jumped off
Jealousy -- PoemThe vines of sorrow strangle my soul
The words I regret should have never been told
The lingering jealousy encased in my heart
The explicit bitterness tastes so unbearably tart
Engulfed in darkness, choking on air
Wandering mindless, being told whats fair
Seeping into print, the ink is my life
Stepping onto parchment, raising the knife