Demoni Vankil - Letter Five
My burdens are substantial, and a heavy ache grows in my chest. The entire camp waits on me as I, without a teacher, learn new languages.
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My Beloved Ethany,
Oh, how time defies us! I am constantly urged to work harder and faster. But the 230 days since I last held you in my arms have been so long and tedious. I keenly feel my absence in the girl’s lives. I am beginning to forget the sweet scent of your skin on my lips and I count the days until I can hold you once more.
I wear your locket and the girls’ bracelets close to my heart. It keeps me focused on my purpose.
It pains me I missed Saffron’s eleventh birthday. We had plans to go to the spring fair this year and attend her first Father-Daughter dance. Please kiss her and tell her I was thinking of her, that I remembered, even though I could not be there. The cook made a simple cake, and we had a small celebration in camp to her honor, though I think Kutollum look for any reason to get out the ale.
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