Riders of Destiny - Chapter 1 NOT in FINAL Version
Riders Of Destiny
By Crystal Marine
Chapter 1 A Stray Child
The brutal landscape was an endless sea of sand that would have blended into the crimson sky if it were not for the tall spires that cut the sky away from the earth with a sharp zigzag of black jagged rocks. The tall shadows from the spires slinked across the sands like giant demon claws gripping the land.
A deafening silence was only broke by the whispering hot winds softly blowing grains of sand across the dunes. The desolate land was barren of all life as the ruby sun slowly lifted across the sky pulling the mountains' claw like shadows closer to their bases.
As the mid day sun baked the landscape with its intense heat the ancient mountains watched the rare sight of a living silhouette trekking across the deep sand in an easterly direction. His light brown cuffed boots stomped the deep sand with tired yanks in an effort to not let the sand trap him . He fought with all his spirit to keep mov
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