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Just a Little Swim

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1 Just a Little Swim on Fri Apr 05, 2013 9:24 pm

Gabriel lunged forward as he entered the forest and took off in his massive grey wolf form. His long, strong legs taking him quickly through them. Despite his large size he moved as silent as a ghost, never breaking as he easily went through the woods at a break necking speed. Scars littered across his pelt, more noticeable as his large muscles bunched and relaxed with each movement. The largest of them though was a large scar across his wide chest where a Hunter had once stabbed him in an attempt to kill him. Obviously Gabriel had won that fight, but he'd taken months to heal thanks to the amount of silver that'd been put into his blood stream.

Finally the sound he'd become familiarized with entered his sensitive ears. His pace quickened as the musty scent of the water reached his nostrils and the sound of the falls grew louder. Without breaking stride the wolf lunged into the water, slipping back into his human skin as he did. With ease he sliced through the water and allowed himself to stay under for a few moments before surfacing once more. Running a hand through his hair he allowed himself to float upon his back as he sighed, thoughts about his two newest wolves dancing through his mind, but one in particular tempted and danced through his mind. Teimhnin, which Gabriel knew to mean 'darkness.' She'd been the cause of his frustration, always unknowingly making him feel things he usually stayed away from. Her scent, the way she looked, even her voice captivated him. Giving a frustrated sound Gabriel twisted and dove back under the water.

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2 Re: Just a Little Swim on Sat Apr 06, 2013 11:58 pm

~ Hope it's okay if I reply. I got a muse :)~

The Beta walked out of the cabin mansion, her red hair in a messy ponytail that reached to her mid-back. Walking down the stairs, she quickly became frustrated at how long it was taking to get down them. With a low growl, she simply jumped off of them. Halfway through the air was when she shifted, turning into the snowy wolf that was Teimhnin. She landed with a thud on all fours, deciding to do her rounds of the border. Snowy paws pounded rhythmically against the ground, her ears pinned to her head so she could get greater speed.

After making sure the border was safe, Teimhnin decided that a little adventure sounded fun. Looking around, she realized that it was a really nice day. The weather was perfect, with the sun shining not too hotly in the sky. As she walked along, the sounds of water assailed her snowy ears. With a grin, she dashed back to the mansion to change her clothes. The idea of swimming was perfect to her, a wonderful way to take advantage of the weather. Darting into the mansion, she ran up to her room. It was connected with the library, a place she had yet to go into. Her love of books was sure to take her there soon, but a day like this was too tempting to pass up.

Running back out of the mansion, she shifted into her wolf form to avoid the stairs again. She followed the scent and sounds of water until she reached the beautiful water falls. Shifting back into her human skin, she stepped near the bank. Teimhnin hadn't even bothered with putting on shoes, but she was more comfortable barefoot. Her ripped jeans were replaced with frayed jean shorts that reached just a tiny bit higher than mid-thigh and covered her bikini bottoms. Her bright red bikini top was clearly visible through the gaping holes in her black, fishnet tank top. Both her long legs and curvy torso were visible. Sitting on the bank, she let her long legs dangle in the cool water. Relaxing back on her elbows, she twirled a her messy ponytail around her finger. Her mind was on the growing pack, amazed at how easily she learned to call the pack home. It was growing steadily, and Teimhnin hadn't seen the Alpha in a few days. Inhaling, she smelled his scent, but it was fainter. Gabriel must've came here before, and she didn't think he was here now since she couldn't see him. There was something about him that she couldn't place, something that intrigued her greatly. The fire she had felt when he had touched her arm was foreign to her.

Sighing, Teimhnin laid back on the grass. Her legs still dangled in the water up to her knees, enjoying the coolness. She took off her fishnet tank top, setting it beside her. Her bright red bikini top shown in the sun, and her pale skin glowed in contrast to it. Closing her eyes, Teimhnin enjoyed the blissful silence of the forest around her.

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3 Re: Just a Little Swim on Sun Apr 07, 2013 11:42 am

Gabriel arched and swam deeper into the deepest part of the lake. His lungs were already beginning to burn, but werewolves could stay underwater a few minutes longer then a human, so he'd be fine for a while. He kept his eyes open, always one that found the life under any body of water interesting and worth exploring and watching. He'd, at sometime in the past, been a pirate upon the ocean, pretending to be a privateer for the British trade. Of course he'd gotten the British goods to America, but goods that they'd stolen from other ships had went to there selves, of course. It'd been a ship full of werewolves, but they'd hardly what one could call a pack. It'd been hilarious when others would board their ship, gearing for a fight only to enter a ship full of wolves. They never got the chance to spread the rumors about the ship Wolf Fang, so no news about them had ever reached anyone.

Gabriel's eyes soon found something moving at the bottom and he watched curiously as a large crawdad made its way along the bottom. It was only then that a flash of red drew his attention. He slowly swam back towards the surface and frowned as he saw a figure resting upon the bank. Unable to see clearly beneath the water he surfaced not far away and paused as he saw Teihmnin. An automatic frown settled over his mouth. He'd been trying to avoid her for days, trying to see if whatever it was he'd felt would fade, but as he saw her the feelings came rushing back full force and anger flashed through him as he felt something akin to relief at the sight of her.

Gabriel watched her silently for a moment, his eyes drinking her in before quietly sighing to himself. He decided that he'd try spending more time with her instead to see if he could find out more about these foreign feelings flashing through him. Well, some weren't so foreign, but his curiosity won out.

Silently going back under the water he leisurely made his way towards the bank before stopping, a mischievous smile touching his lips. Breaking the surface again he brought his arm back before splashing Tei, a laugh forcing its way from his throat.

"You should be careful, little red, for you never know when the big bad wolf is around." He brought himself to the bank and shook out his hair, wearing nothing but his black shorts.

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4 Re: Just a Little Swim on Sun Apr 07, 2013 7:45 pm

The silence in the forest was blissful, the quiet roar of the waterfall making her nearly fall asleep. Her pale skin soaked in the rays of the sunlight, though no matter how hard she tried she couldn't tan. The feeling of the water swirling around her legs was relaxing. Teimhnin's mind drifted off to the subject of Gabriel. She hadn't seen him in days, and it concerned her. There have been Alphas that just took off, making their Beta take control of the pack. Teimhnin feared that that was what Gabriel did, since she hadn't seen any new wolves that she didn't recruit.

Just as sleep began to take over, the splash of cold water alerted her. A snarl ripped from her throat, her eyes glowing and canines flashing. She sat up, ready to attack whoever did that to her. Teimhnin's eyes widened when she saw Gabriel, the muscles of his torso exposed. Her eyes looked him up and down, relieved that he hadn't left the pack like she thought. Teimhnin's relief turned to anger quickly at his laughing face. Her bikini top was now a dark red, and beads of water trailed down her torso.

Narrowing her eyes, she listened to him speak. Looking at him, Teimhnin spoke. "Well, when the Beta doesn't know when the big bad wolf is around because she hasn't seen him for days. The Beta thought that the big bad wolf skipped town."

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5 Re: Just a Little Swim on Tue Apr 09, 2013 5:34 pm

An undecipherable emotion flickered through the Alpha's pirate gold eyes at her words. His face sobered and he looked out at the falls. He could still remember the first time he'd found this place. It'd been his home away from home. He'd had no need to stay within the den during his time alone, for he'd mostly staid in his less human emotional wolf side. The pain of being alone was more exquisite then any wounds he'd ever received in his long lifetime.

Gabriel raised a hand and ran it through his now short hair. He'd gotten a hair cut out a town while looking for more pack mates. He'd grown accustomed to moving his hair out of his face and was frustrated that he couldn't now. Turning his golden eyes back onto the Beta he frowned, the water starting to dry off his muscled body as the warm gentle wind washed over them. "I apologize. I'm very, very old in human years and memories I thought I'd locked into the farthest corners of my mind have been reappearing as the pack grows, but you must know that I'll never leave yo..., er the pack." He gave a frustrated growl.

"I know I should've told you though, and I really am sorry." He reached over to pick up her hand and gave it a squeeze, asking for her forgiveness. He couldn't help but look at her creamy skin though as his golden eyes darkened slightly. Frowning he let go of her hand and sat up to where he was slightly more farther from her.

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6 Re: Just a Little Swim on Wed Apr 10, 2013 3:55 pm

Teimhnin watched his facial expressions as he spoke. Hers were closed off, like a wall he could never get past. Though her crimson hair was tied into a ponytail, it swirled ans swished in the wind that blew around them. When he finished speaking, Teimhnin replied with a partially gentle tone. "All is forgiven, but you need to accept some more members for me. I have certain things that must be done that I cannot tell you about for your own safety. It is relieving to know you will not leave the pack. Now, I a going to do what I came here to do." Standing up, walked into the water. Keeping her shorts on because she was rather self conscious. Her silver eyes only turned back to his when she was hip-deep.

Slinging back her arm, she pushed a wave onto Gabriel's drying form. A giggle left her mouth, priding herself for being so tricky. Untying her hair, she let it flow around her hips before diving under the water. Her silver eyes opened, gazing at the life under the water. She swam to the bottom, watching the bubbles of air rise to the surface. Teimhnin felt her air lessening, and she swam to the surface. Breaking through the water, Teimhnin swam towards one of the waterfalls. Walking underneath of it, she sat behind it in peace. The Beta didn't know if her Alpha was going to follow, but if he did she would welcome his presence.

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