After his wrath died, the Unicorn sat aside, broken. He had never known that about himself. How could he just go up to her and do what he did?
He was supposed to be the quiet, loving person. At least that’s how he saw himself. But then he felt that anger. And honestly it was a drug. It felt like the way he assumes the Dragon’s well water tasted.
He couldn’t wait to do more of it. But even in this young age he knew that it was not right.
But that’s how his brain was. And this is where it began. Him liking and getting pulled towards things that would wreck him. He wouldn’t know it for a long time.
He would make so many many mistake.
The real trouble starts here.
The place where he became who he was.
And it starts with him. His closest friend. The first friend he ever had.
The Bud came in so unexpectedly. The Unicorn never ever thought he would matter so much to him.
The Bud was called that because he was a socializer. There was not one creature in the Belonging that he didn’t talk to. He was everywhere. So it would make no sense that he would approach the Unicorn.
The Bud was also friends with The Pixie. And hence, The Unicorn did not feel like there would ever be a time when he would talk to The Bud.
But so many times in life and love, we end up doing things that we never thought we would do. It is always unprecedented.
The Bud was the perfect image of perfect for The Unicorn. Even though he did not go along with him, he still did respect him.
One fine day, The Bud came up to The Unicorn. He was as stunned as he could be. He jumped. His horn almost cut a hole in The Bud.
The Bud wanted to make it okay with him and the Pixie.
And as expected of our protagonist, he gave in to it.
He did not give into it just because of The Pixie at all. He gave in because The Bud tried. No one had ever given any thought to her. No one had bothered at all.
The Bud made everything okay with The Unicorn and The Pixie. They were children. These kind of things happen between them. But The Unicorn would never forget. He was willing to forgive because he could not wait to have an actual friend again.
And that is where The Bud walked in. He was a contrasting character. He was a lot of colours splashed on to each other. He was a dash of red. But he was also a smear of black. You would never really know whether you love him or hate him.
The Bud walked in and out of The Unicorn’s life for quite some time. He was just someone The Unicorn would see in the grasses.
But then out of the sudden dark blue, he came up to The Unicorn.
Held him tight.
And never let him go.
“The Bud would change every thing. How The Unicorn saw his life. How The Unicorn saw himself.”
“ Where there are hidden decisions, there are regrets. Will our protagonist find the hidden lines he needs to or will he regret it?”
– The Rebel.