The Last Place They'd Look, Hopefully (Open, Introduction) May 31, 2017 23:46:49 GMT
Post by Hematite on May 31, 2017 23:46:49 GMT
Hematite sat on top of the upturned parasol. It glided through the air as if it had no weight, and was floating in the direction of Roses Fountain. She glanced over the side of her parasol, and looked at the fountain for a moment before checking to make sure no other gems were near wanting to avoid any conflict with another gem. After surveying the area for a few minutes Hematite allowed the parasol to glide to the ground. It rocked back, and fourth similar to a feather until it got about one foot about the ground. It in that spot allowing Hematite to step off before it fell to the ground all together. She picked up the parasol, and slung it over her shoulder. She would occasionally twist the handle making the parasol spin in circles. She walked to the fountain, and sat on it's ledge. She placed her parasol beside her on the ledge, and sighed in relief. She had been looking for this place for at least two weeks at this point, and finally she had found it.
She was in constant fear of running into someone from homeworld, and figured homeworld was unlikely to visit a crystal gem shrine, or hopefully it'd be the last place they'd look.
"What's wrong with not wanting to fight?"
She questioned to herself quietly in regards to the reason she no longer associated with homeworld. Quickly she sat back up thinking she had heard something. She quickly picked up her parasol to hold over her shoulder again. She was aware other gems did occasionally visit the fountain, and didn't want to be caught off guard. She turned her parasol upside down, and sat back in it before it rose above fountain again. She did tend to be antisocial whenever possible, and hoped floating at this distance would mean she wouldn't be seen by any passer-byes. She knew she was being silly about avoiding homeworld gems, but she couldn't help it. She wanted to avoid getting into any type of fight no matter what, and the majority of the homeworld gems she had ever met were aggressive to say the least.