"Imber, she took me to see Gaelan. I had no idea places like this could even exist." She said shaking her mane again and lowering her head after they had been stood there on the dunes for some time. "It is a strange thing to have that sort of belonging, to exist in one place for such a long time."
"It took each of us a long time to find that, some of us never have," Fabio remarked turning away from her a little. Melaina needed nothing more than a little empathy to sense waves of resentment and betrayal in his tone.
"So will you be moving on? Or will you stay?" He asked eventually, breaking the silence.
"I'm still not sure. When I was travelling, I had a goal, to get away from where I had been, to somewhere better. This seems to be somewhere so much better, but now I don't know if..." She stopped, not sure how to adequately explain.
"I'm not sure if I am good enough to belong here. I'm not sure if I could be as accepting of humans as so