Garden of Sacred Memories
Princess Zelda walked through the gardens of her former home, remembering the times she was with Link as they played together during daylight in their distant childhood. Her steps were slow and soft, as she was taking in the aroma the flowers gave out. She recognized one scent and stopped, taking in the memory of a very special flower that was given to her by a very special friend. Yes, the purple daisy, something that wasn't thought to exist. The blond heir glanced down at the sacred flower and smiled, remembering the significant day the young hero brought her the gift. The gift that she would treasure for the rest of her life, in this garden of sacred memories...
The Mirror is Destiny
The maiden continued to wonder her room. When will he come? She was tired of being the damsel in distress. She knew how use a sword, she knew how to use an arrow...but she couldn't fight. Zelda stared into the mirror of her dresser, questioning destiny. Would Link succeed? Would he betray her? Would be remember his past lives and turn against Hyrule? No - he couldn't do that. Link was not to type of person to turn against something he was loyal to.
She heard footsteps behind her door. Perhaps the guard has come to check on her again. She could not let out any secrets of the hero's whereabouts. She took a long gulp as she leaned her head down, not daring to stare at the mirror. Finally the door opened and soft footsteps walked in. Perhaps the guard would not interrogate her this time. "Your highness," A voice said, "Zant is no longer a threat."
Zelda knew that voice, the voice of the hero. She turned around in suspicion. Was Link really there? She knew the answer was yes when she saw th
Bound by Fate
Both bound by light, both bound by dark, both bound by destiny. Her ancestors knew the path they would come across, but why didn't she? She was the royal Princess of Hyrule, Zelda. "Have the gods deceived me?" She would wonder.
She remembered her past lives - but there was only one significant to her. One that she couldn't forget: her first self. When she was with the chosen hero on Skyloft, before she realized that she and the chosen one were to be the founders of Hyrule. Yes, she remembered the relationship her and the chosen hero developed. She had always loved him since they were children.
Zelda couldn't help but wonder if Skyloft still existed. If there were still cities in the sky. She wanted to know, she needed to know...but she couldn't. She was bound to the Twilight when the dark king, Zant threatened her kingdom's people. She had no choice but to surrender after she realized what the Twilight king was capable of. She hadn't realized that she was weeping, fresh tears running d
The Tragic Truth of the Sea Chapter 4Chapter Four: When They Love
I swam back to the ocean of my home as quickly as possible, searching for Marina. I needed to tell her I love you, or maybe just hold her. "Yahiro!" I turned to the voice to see Marina who didn't looked all that pleasant.
But I didn't care. I dashed toward Marina to embrace her, my face snuggling in her neck, "Marina...Sasame."
"What?" Marina asked.
I smiled and put my hand to her stomach, "Sasame, their name will be Sasame."