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Drabble: What It Is To Live (2/?)
She’s found herself in the mountains with Meteor’s help, after having received a summons from someone she wasn’t sure she was ready to see yet, but in the end had gone to see on the back of Meteor. It was times like this that really she probably needed this person the most.
“... Mom!” Seeing the Gardevoir dressed in a thick fur coat and a dress of sorts over her visage, she found the elder Fae turning as she slid off of her Charizard and ran over to throw her arms around her thin frame. She found a tight embrace waiting for her as she returned it. ‘Oh Ashelia...’ Her mother’s voice had become much more gentle then what she remembered. A lot had happened, Ashe could get a feel for at least.
For what felt like an eternity, Morgan just held her daughter, but eventually she pulled back, checking her over, a smile soon forming. After a gentle forehead touch and inhaling and exhaling of scents, she pulled back from her. ‘You look like you’ve been through hell and back.’ She admits, one hand resting on the woman’s cheek. A tired smile appeared on Ashe’s features. “You could say that, but i’m wanting to make things better for those in my life, and myself.”
She was through running, but she was very much frustrated, and that bothered Morgan. ‘Come, my heart. Let’s sit and talk.’ Gently taking Ashe’s hand, the Gardevoir led her over to a place nearby, and after both were seated, she released Ashe’s hand, looking over at her now. ‘Your mind is overwhelmed. If I wasn’t practiced with aura and my psychic abilities, I would be running right now.’ The truth hurt Ashe, but it was okay. “I-I know.” A sigh came with this as she moved to wipe some tears away.
“I... I nearly gave Ice an entire wipeout.” That brought some alarm to Morgan’s features, but Ashe shook her head. “I took him some place where he could heal. That’s the last i’ve seen from him.” She gave pause and fidgeted a bit with her hands. “... I made amends with my pokemon and i’m in the process of building a place for them and myself. Some place quiet and away from prying eyes. I plan to tell only those I trust where to find me from now on.” She looks to her mother then. “-- And trust, I realize, for me... i-it’s asking the question... will they stay with me when I need someone, giving me some time to pick up the pieces of myself, and not abandon me to the forces of nature.”
Morgan was silent, watching over her daughter, noting as she looked up to the sky, something that she didn’t used to do. Something had changed in her, but she was uncertain what.
“I spent some time with Spirit’s friend Leon to heal after the Glimwood Tangle rejected me. He... He was kind to me and I really do need to talk with him at some point, but my priority right now is everyone else in the family -- with Grandpa and the others first coming over my siblings.” She needed to know if the bridge she had left mangled could be rebuilt, or if it was even burnt to begin with -- and the only way for that to happen was to talk about it.
“I left Leon’s care... and found myself at the Burnt Tower. Some... things happened, let’s just say. I made some acquaintances along the way, and shortly after I made amends with my pokemon... well, I ran into Spirit.”
Morgan was silent, but intent on listening, so Ashe continued.
“He told me about as much of everything as he knew and that he completed a journey in Alola. He continued onto New Bark Town and I told him i’d meet him there later after i’ve finished doing what I set out to do.” That being said, she took in a deep breath and then exhaled it slowly. Tears were there, streaming down her features, and a shaky smile followed -- but it was out of relief. Relief to vent to someone to she loved and who she was sure loved her in return. “I... I realized a lot about myself, and that perhaps i’m too much for some people, and if that’s the case, then I just don’t need to give them the time of day -- but for those that I do care about...” She looked over her mother. “... I want to wear something to suppress my fae abilities for the time being, and to learn again how to not get so anxious -- this time no memory suppressing.”
She was now looking her mother in the eye, and after a deep sigh from Morgan, she reached over to take her daughter’s hand, placing one beneath, and one over. ‘I will do what I can, but for now, we need to work on your overwhelmed mind. I can see clearly who you want to talk too and you can’t do that without a clear head.’ Her gaze softened. ‘You’ve opened up and grown so much since the Crown Tundra.’ She knew how much her daughter had gone through, and her strength was showing through. ‘I want you to be ready to face your father’s side of the family with the mindset that has seen you conquer so many leagues and regions.’
“-- Alright.” Ashe didn’t hesitate as she threw herself into her mother’s arms, holding onto her, falling to her knees. Morgan, then, tightly wrapped her arms around her daughter, holding her close.
‘I’ve missed you, my heart... so, so very much.’
“I’ve missed you too, Mom... More then you can ever know.”
And with that, with Meteor leaving to fetch Ashe’s things, the only witnesses that night to this scene were the twinkling stars and the crescent moon above.