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Raising Teagan Chapter 1Chapter one- MemorialRaising Teagan Chapter 1 by loppytaffy
"I remember so clearly;
'You take care of her!' She warns,
'No, please!' He begs, his voice hoarse to almost a whisper, her face softens,
'Take care of her.' She repeats. She gives him one last kiss, and holds his face in her hands for a moment.
'I love you, so, so, much.' She holds me tightly, then stands and walks away. And that's the last I see of her."
Though the dreams had become less frequent in past years, they were no less vivid, and Teagan never failed to wake up screaming for her mother on nights when they did occur. This was just such a night; Teagan sat bolt upright in bed, called "mom" just once, but loud enough to wake herself up. Once she shook the nightmare from her mind, she turned to her clock; 6:47am- she could have a quarter hour more sleep, but she knew she wouldn't be able to settle again, so instead she swung her legs over the side of the bed and stood slowly. She pulled the cord to open her blind, letting the sunlight flood through,
Skye's the Limit EpilogueSkye's the Limit: EpilogueSkye's the Limit Epilogue by loppytaffy
'Please state your name.' The police officer asked,
'Skye Falcon.' The girl replied,
'Your real name, if you please.' He requested,
'Until you grant my request to be tried in my native country, where I'll be protected under the European Convention of Human Rights, you'll have to make do with the one I just gave you.' She said calmly in the same monotone. The officer sighed and sank down onto the chair opposite, the sleeves rolled up on his crumpled shirt and now-cold coffee in hand; still no progress with her. He stopped the tape and waved to his security to take her back to her cell while he remained in the interrogation room to read over the paperwork he had on her; all two pages of it.
It was mid October, nearly six months since the Titans' escape from the school. Skye had been locked in Arkam for the same amount of time, waiting for the police to decide what to do with her; they couldn't put her on trial because they lacked so much information about her,