Authors Note- Hello everyone. I hope you enjoy
Moonwake. The shimmer on the water makes me feel happy, relieved and like I am walking on air. The river ripples and it stays the same. I look at the moon. It is brighter than ever. The night is when everything comes alive. The only thing that stirs is the leaves in the wind.
"Moon, come on," whined Sun.
"I would like to wait here for a little," I answered calmly.
"Fine but hurry up!" demanded Sun.
I watched the river for a while. Unlike the sun the moon watches over me. It approves of me. It is a beautiful feeling when the moonlight shines on my pelt. Unlike me, Sun is more of a day cat. He is slightly irritable but very loving. My life is quite simple. I sleep in the same cave every night close to Sun. His golden pelt is warm from him lying in the sun. I love him but I have never told him that. I don't know if he loves me too?
I arch my back and walk back to the cave. Sun is asleep. I cuddle up next to him. His breath is slow. I slowly close my eyes. I only see darkness. The sound of Sun's breath brings sleep to me.
"Good catch!" beamed Sun.
I nod my head as thanks while holding the rabbit. He gives me a slight smile. My stomach goes funny. Is this love? I try to shake it out but every time I look at Sun it comes back.
"Hello," said a small little voice.
I turn around to see one of those clan cats. He is small and has fluffy grey fur. He must be a kit.
"Hello young one, what are you doing?" I ask.he bub
"My name is Greypaw. My mentor Robinwing is taking me to do battle training." he bubbled.
I put my rabbit down and nudge towards Greypaw.
"This is for you Greypaw, my name is Moon," I say.
Greypaw smiles at me. I smile back.
"Thank you! I will take this back to camp before I go and meet Robinwing."Greypaw bubbled.
I nod my head. I have always wanted to be a mother. I always wanted to have kits. Maybe one day.
Greypaw ran off. I turn to Sun and he rolls his eyes.
"Why did you give him that rabbit?" growled Sun.
"Because he was cute and he lives in a clan where there are more cats to feed," I explain.
Sun and I walk back to the cave. When we arrive Sun ordered "You stay here Moon, I am going to get us lunch,"
I nod my head and he leaps into a run. I watch his golden pelt disappear into a bush. The sun. It is bright outside. It is almost blinding. I like the cave in the daytime. It protects me from those dangerous rays of sunlight.