Quilapa's filly steps forth. (©SunBlind)
At first is seemed like there wasn't a unicorn in sight. Not a sign of one could be
found in the woods, and the beach was empty as far as the eye could see. The sun shone
brightly upon the ocean, creating sparking patterns upon the crashing waves, the sea spray
glittered like fairy dust. It seemed like all the unicorns had all vanished. That was,
until a shadow from a creature overhead fell upon the sand. A spirited winged unicorn mare
glided gently to the ground.
This was Cassakyve, the daughter of mare Quilapa. How her mother had been proud of her
filly's orange wings. Till now, all the winged ones lived up in the Pegasus Heights but the bright
red mare had been born to the unicorns, from parents who had no wings. How it was that
their little one should be blessed with flight was a mystery, but then mysteries are the
most interesting things.
A lovely purple butterfly soon joined the gentle mare. It fluttered about her until it
found a place to settle within her mane. The buttefly was Cassakyve's companion, a gift
from a friend she made as a foal, Dasta. She name the butterfly Violet Butter, and from
then on the two of them were almost always seen together, and when not, one could be
almost sure that they were up to some mischief. For a filly as shy as Cassakyve around
strangers, she could be quite the trouble-maker when around her friends and family.
Once she and Dasta were grown, it was not long before he had asked her to be his mate.
How could a love struck filly refuse such a handsome stallion. Even now she carries with
her the jeweled rose he gave her as a gift.
After drinking deeply from the crystal stream, Cassakyve the Pheonix, spread her wings
of flame and took once more to the skies. Soaring higher and higher until at last she
vanishes into the light of the sun.
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