Child's Play Chapter 2: Caged Little Princess~Chapter 2: Caged Little Princess~Child's Play Chapter 2: Caged Little Princess by CherryBlossomGeisha
Rin opened her eyes and was greeted by darkness. She brought her hand in front of her face and saw nothing. Her head leaned to the side, remembering the little black kitten at the pond she was petting. She remembered that nauseating feeling that overcame her when she peered at its unusual colored irises. Did it bring her here?
She shook her head, bringing herself up to a sitting position. Her arms hugged her body as a cool chill crept down her spine.
"Where am I?" she wondered aloud.
Silence answered her.
As her sight adjusted to the lack of light, she scanned the area for the ball of fur. She made the clicking noise with her tongue, in hopes that the little animal would appear, but there was no sign of movement.
Disappointed, she ran a hand along the soft surface she sat on, feeling the smooth blankets underneath her palm. She could easily tell she was just on the floor with a pile of blankets underneath her small body.
Rubbing her eyes, she could ma
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She ran around the shallow ends of the pond under the watchful eye of one of her two travel companions. Her laughter echoed through the empty space of the forest clearing.
It's a nice day, the little girl thought. The sun shined brightly overhead illuminating the green of the trees, the temperature was warm, and the fish softly nipped at her feet whenever she stood still.
Rin knew not how long she could enjoy the wonderful recesses of the weather; she simply wished Lord Sesshoumaru was there to enjoy it with her. He'd gone off on his own to wander about the area a while ago, and he had not yet returned. She didn't worry. He always came back at some point, and when he did, all three of them would travel to a new place; a new destination always en route.
Rin smiled to herself. Traveling was the best part, despite Master Jaken always scolding her for being too slow.
She glanced over at the green hued demon, sitting cross-legged against the tree's bark. His small head hung