WR - Touching Innocence
The skies had been so dark lately, sometimes it was even hard to tell day from night. Even if they were travelling through lush medows the last few days, the skies were always so dark. So dead. Always a dark shade of gray; the polution of the dying world becoming just a little too much for the once bright blue vastness. Though this night was different. The dark cloud hanging over them the last few days seemed to keep moving on as they stopped to rest. As the darkness was stripped from the sky, stars shone along side a brilliant half moon. There was a haze still clinging to the sky, clutching onto it like a lifeline, but it was nothing that could hide away the stars or the moon's brilliance.
Inside a small cave at the edge of a forest, the small pack of wolves rested. The night was the same as every night was; damp and cold. Kiba lay close by the mouth of the cave while the other three stayed closer to the back and walls. The only sound filling the cave at the