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Cold SnowA little foal walked sadly down the road as the December wind hit her face with the stinging feeling of daggers as tears rolled down her cheeks. Her stomach growled and she shivered as she trudged through the snow that wrapped around the filly's body like an icy blanket. It had been weeks since she had a bite to eat and even then she only had what was left in an old container she found on the ground. She coughed as the snow began to fall harder. She cried desperately into the storm, "MOMMY!!!"There was no response except for the sound of the winter wind blowing harder. It had been months since the little filly had seen her mom's warming smile. She remembered seeing it one minute and then the next...it was gone. The sounds of her mom sobbing as she was carried away played like a broken record and her mom's words repeated themselves. "PLEASE! DON'T TAKE MY BABY!"The filly whimpered as she continued to walk through the cold snow. She stopped and laid in an abandoned box and curled up. S
'She'The warm air hit Sonic's face as he walked along side the shore that the tide carelessly washed on with the gentlness that a mom has to her colt. It was a quiet day and the beach was desolate except for the occasional pegasus flying above. Sonic turned around and stared into the ocean and sighed. This was where "she" liked to go. Where "she" liked to talk about her hopes and dreams and he carefully listened. "Where did it go?" Sonic asked himself.His happiness was strong when "she" was there. His sadness was weakened when "she" stood next to him. "She"...was his safe haven from all that was bad and his provider of all that is good. "Where did it go?" he asked himself again.Her image was indented into his mind. From her mane to her tail. He closed his eyes and "she" was there. He stared into the reflection of the ocean and "she" reflected back at him. "Where did it go?" he continued to ponder.Sonic turned and continued to walk down the shore. He looked forward and saw a mare standing