Always Spring (Narnia)

Originally Posted: Dec. 20th, 2006
Length/Rating: 100 words, PG, Gen, Dark
Pairing/Warnings: none
Summary: Somewhere they’ve gone from youthful innocence to willful ignorance.

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Some things only made sense on the far side of the wardrobe.

Always winter, never Christmas? They blamed the Witch and never blinked an eye. But always spring and never Easter? Susan never saw the parallels until she stepped back through the furs.

Then it was obvious, insultingly so. He’d mocked their faith and held them blind to it. Only the stag, the voiceless stag who wasn’t one of them, had finally set them free.

Just a game of masks and lies, the same they’d played in ages past. If only she could make them see

But they never did.

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