Chapter 37: Tiny Perfections
Tiny feet marched up Taweel’s cheek. Then the yahavim grabbed several eyelashes and yanked open his lid. Taweel grunted in surprise at the miniature person filling his view. Straight hair framed a cherubic face—round cheeks, pointed chin, knit brows. And squeaking. Lots of squeaking.
“Have I offended you, little one?”
An emphatic buzz of wings accompanied chatter that was more emotion than sense.Indignation was plain on a face dominated by large, slanted eyes with rainbow colors glittering across dark facets. Taweel quietly remarked, “You have pretty eyes.”
The little angel stopped mid-squeak … blinked … and let go.
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