Chapter 20: Blank Canvas
Two by two. That’s how the ranks of heaven were organized. Whenever the newly-formed were brought in, each youngster was paired off with an older, wiser angel of their order for training. Taweel could remember being a child. Vaguely. But he had no idea what to say to one. Especially an inquisitive Weaver.
Weft plucked at his sleeve and asked, “Don’t you have a name?”
“Is it a secret?”
“I am Taweel.” He touched his tunic’s unadorned collar, which revealed nothing about his former place. “Your mentor gave me empty raiment.”
“Not empty,” argued Weft. “This is ready.”
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