Rainbow CHALLENGE: Indigo
Indigo, the chapter that pissed me off because I had forgotten it…
I guess it was for the better that I decided that I should put it in; the flow of the others really did change for the better. On a side note, I’m getting much better at fitting things into a hundred words without any awkward cutoffs. ‘-‘ I also seem to be getting better at making a good opening phrase that fits at the end… Yellow and Green were the most frustrating, I think.
How should I say it.. Indigo was an… elegant chapter? I don’t know, but I find it so. Personally, I think I’m delusional because it’s 4:19 am and I’m throughly sleep deprived. (I’m also still slathered with… makeup..)
That or I’m back in my forte of third person… and delicate moments like this and making vague comparisons… Whatever, it’s pretty to me, so bah; I don’t care right now anyway. Whipped this up in a few minutes, pretty good for 586 seconds anyway.
(I know it’s hard to read, but bare with it ;A;)
The colours of a rainbow; from red to violet, they tell a seven coloured story.
Rainbow Challenge: Indigo
Stars shone brightly in the indigo sky, winking down at the two as night fell upon them. They laid down side by side, as they have every other night, speaking of whatever things come to mind. Tonight, it was about the beautiful gift that the small girl had received. “Thank you,” she had said. “You’re welcome,” he had said. The wind played a soothing tune; and thus, they danced under the silver light of the moon. Eyes peeked at the pair in sorrowful enthrallment, silently cursing fate.
Stars shone brightly in the indigo sky, glinting off of a sharpened blade.
Please refer to Red for background information.