Not seeing your siblings for a certain ammount of time was quite nerve racking. That is what Vespia tried to tell herself anyway, she had gone years without seeing her siblings, but the tremor brought her current relationships with them into a sudden light, showing them in all of their broken mess. As a child, Vespia usually stayed near her father, in her room, miles away, or in the archives of their castle. Ignoring everyone who came to knock. Sometimes her own mother, and especially her siblings. Though especislly one in particular. Everyone else had gotten used to this Vespia, for better or for worse. The last one to finally understand, was Denali. Knocking on what she hoped was Denali's dorm door, she called her name expectantly. "Denali? It's me. Vespia."
Letting out a sigh of dissapointment, Vespia ignored her sister and merely entered. "Denali please, let me in? I haven't seen you in almost a year, and I'm about to leave again can you at least open up the door? I'm begging you." Her voice was firm as always, but instead of projecting as it ususaly did, it was more of a whisper. Fiddling with her satchel that held all of her papers and documents from the meeting he leaned her head against the side of the doorfame. Despite being on the overseeing cousel, she had her own duties to preform, as the leiutenant of the royal guard, and of course being the princess of Portermount. "Come on Denali, I just want to give you a hug. Is that so unbelieveable?" They were sisters after all. Maybe not close ones, but their mother and father loved them both equally. Why couldn't they do the same of each other?
Immediately taking every single deail in about her room, Vespia only stopped when she moved her eyes to observe Denali. Even as she was growling at her to get out, she far too much surprised at how much she had grown. It was disturbing. "Denali, I came to see how you were doing, the least you could do is be slightly courtious. Can you at least pretent to try?" She scoffed, immediately jumping right back on her high horse.
"Thats always good to hear. Are you staying safe? The little shockwave kind of threw everyone off. Are you alright?" Vespia asked her smile long gone, and in place there was an uninterested look. "How sre you doing in school? Are you getting good grades?" She asked as if it was on some questionare in a magazine. "Your brothers miss you you know." Vespia stated as if it was something to just be thrown in the air. Even though theyw ere right enxt to each other the space between them was so great at the moment.
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