Chapter 27: Falling Leaves
Taweel gazed into the vines overhead, which rustled softly. What he’d taken for breezes turned out to be three of the little manna-makers. A leaf drifted down, soon followed by another. “What are they doing?”
“Yahavim do not like shadows. They are making way for more light.” Leaning closer, Weft confided, “And they are looking for me.”
The warrior brushed loose leaves from his shoulders. “Why is that?”
Weft lifted his hands in cheerful welcome. “I am their shepherd.”
“And why would a Weaver tame a flock?” prompted Taweel, for he knew something was afoot.
The boy giggled. “For thread!”
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