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By Closer-To-The-Sun (Joseph Noblit)
The school bell rang and many of the ponies within the schoolhouse rushed out. The fillies and colts hurried to meet with their parents or siblings waiting outside for them. Amongst those waiting outside was Big Mac, there to pick up his youngest sister, Applebloom, and her friends. The red stallion looked at the small ponies flooding out of the schoolhouse, but could not find the noticeable pink bow that Applebloom always would wear. His eyes did, however, spy her two friends. He trotted over to meet with them.
“I’m tellin’ ya, Sweetie Belle, I don’t think Sapphire Shores was the answer to number three on that quiz,” the orange pegasus insisted.
“Are you sure, Scootaloo? I could have sworn that I wrote that in my notes….” the unicorn replied.
Scootaloo raised a hoof to her head, “I think you were daydreaming again.”
“Excuse me, girls,”
A Jagged Goregous WinterA Jagged Gorgeous WinterA Jagged Goregous Winterin Fan-Fiction
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Written By Closer-To-The-Sun (Joseph Noblit)
I was in the market when it all started. It was the evening before Hearth's Warming Eve and I managed to get to the market before it closed. I was there to pick up a few things, I can barely remember why now. Anyway, while I was trotting the aisles, it seemed as if I was being watched. This really isn’t anything all that new, being Ponyville’s very own local princess and all. But out of nowhere, I was lightly tapped on my back.
“Excuse me?” a voice spoke out softly.
Being lost in my own little world, I was suddenly brought back to reality by the contact, causing me to jump up. I turned to look at the pony that startled me; a dark blue unicorn stallion with light blue eyes and black mane and tail, wrapped in a green scarf.
He spoke again, “Sorry, I didn’t mean to alarm you.”
“It’s fine, no harm done,” I replied with a chuckle, placing a hoof over my still rac