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A Dragon's Flame: Chapter OneA Dragon's Flame: Chapter One by thefieldsofice
A Dragon’s Flame
Chapter One: Five Years Later
Spike’s lungs burned with exhaustion as he darted down the dark, vacant streets. He looked over his shoulder time and time again, hoping that those in his pursuit would finally give up.
As he passed a building, he thought it might serve as a refuge, but as he tried the door, only to find it locked, his hopes were dashed. Not willing to waste anytime knocking, Spike turned and began running once more.
Quickly, he found himself regretting this, for the hoof steps he had been running from, were beginning to echo louder and closer.
A now older Spike awoke with his heart racing and a cool chill running down his scales. He brought his hand to his head and tried to wipe away some of the sweat he had accumulated in his sleep. It didn’t take him long to realize that his face wasn’t the only thing damp, for his pillows were as well.
He looked over to see the first beams of sunlight were beginning to r
Learning to Forgive 2.0: Chapter EightLearning to Forgive 2.0: Chapter Eight by thefieldsofice
Learning to Forgive
Chapter Eight: I Didn't Mean to Hurt You
Spike laid atop his bed, flipping through each Hearts and Hooves day card. He couldn’t help but feel a smile tug at his lips as each card brought back memories from farther and farther back in time. It was quite evident that with age, his skill with the crayon had increased drastically.
For the most part, each card would user in memories of warmth and happiness, for though he hadn’t given them to Twilight, he could clearly remember the day he spent with her, something, at the time, he honestly considered a date. He then came to the last card. It was the oldest, and the moment Spike’s eyes laid upon it, his expression dropped. He remembered this one, and the emotions attached to it; none of which were happiness.
Seventeen Years Ago…
A six year old Spike, who had just recently discovered his hiding place, slid his Hearts and Hooves day card into the small space between the brick and the wall. He decided