Malinda Lo Quotes: But At Some Point In Her Passage The

But At Some Point In Her Passage, The Trees Began To Change. They Stretched Taller, And The Soft, Pale Bark Darkened, Roughened. She Put Her Hand To A Tree And Touched The Lichen Growing Dark Green Upon Brown, And It Felt Like Old Cork, Dry And Crumbling. Here The Sun Mellowed, Took On The Cast Of Late Afternoon, And The Shadows Seemed To Fall A Bit Longer; The Forest Had Sunk Into A Deeper Silence, Magnifying What Sounds Did Arise. The Sudden, Quick Crash Of A Fox Bounding Through The Brush Was As Loud As The Slam Of A Great Wooden Door.
— Malinda Lo —

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