Act Two, Chapter Three: 18

19th Sep 12:00 AM, 2014 in Act Two: Chapter Three
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Act Two, Chapter Three: 18
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MsMegan 19th Sep 12:00 AM, 2014 edit delete
MsMegan
A li'l bit of lilac to brighten your day! One of my favourite scents.
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cattservant 19th Sep 12:05 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
cattservant
Lilac; first emotions of love.
You are so subtle!
And a little
bit sly.
MsMegan 19th Sep 9:41 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
MsMegan
Would you have me any other way?
cattservant 19th Sep 11:23 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
cattservant
Nay dear Authartistor.
freaking-ray-of-sunshine 19th Sep 12:37 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
Aaah! I just love lilac! We used to have lilac bushes in our backyard when I was little and we would always pick them while in bloom and put small vases of them all around the house. I feel so nostalgic whenever I smell lilac now.
Anyway! I love the character development. Beauty was so hesitant in taking the flowers he offered her in the last Act and now... Just too cute! :D
Mistress Dizzy 19th Sep 1:30 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
This page makes me ridiculously happy. And you did it with one line of dialogue and some very evocative, beautiful art. A captured gaze, two hands... You are GOOD at showing something beautiful with expert subtlety.

Thank you for this, it's going to make my day tomorrow better.
MsMegan 19th Sep 9:39 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
MsMegan
Thank you so much! That's precisely what I'm trying to do, so it means a lot to me to hear that.

I hope tomorrow isn't going to be rough on you?
txinaz 19th Sep 3:40 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
txinaz
flowers got them away from what they where talking about
Alice 19th Sep 5:43 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
Oh goodness, I may have squeaked from the cute and happiness.
Hallan 19th Sep 7:32 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
Hallan
Lilacs are the source of fond memories for me. We had six bushes of them in the backyard of the house where I grew up. They were beautiful, but also untended. As the years passed, they grew bigger and wilder (and did I mention BIGGER?)

When they started brushing the power line into the house, Mom declared that they needed to go.
MsMegan 19th Sep 9:35 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
MsMegan
Ah, that breaks my heart! I've always dreamed of having mature lilac trees -- but, as The Beast pointed out earlier, if you don't keep them well-pruned, the healthy new growth gets choked out.