Moksha – p.12

September 27, 2012 at 7:30 pm 1 comment

They passed two more skeletons that day, and Moksha made a silent vow to them both. She would not rest until the herd made it down into the valley.

As everyone else dozed off that night, Moksha fidgeted. She could not sleep, though her body was very tired. She stood and began to pace, thinking and wondering and fretting. Soon she realized that no one was telling her to stop pacing; no one had noticed she was still awake, because they were all fast asleep. Moksha felt alone and helpless then, but not scared. She thought that she was probably supposed to be, but it seemed the only fear left in her heart was the fear of failure.

They hadn’t seen any other animals all day. The only dangers they faced were hunger and thirst. Moksha decided she could safely scout ahead and be back before sunrise, so she headed north.

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