Chapter 48: Ties that Bind
“Does a Weaver ever stop?” Taweel asked.
Loris nudged Weft, who giggled and said, “Only to thread his needle.”
A joke. But not far from the truth. The beghedim lived up to their industrious reputation.
“A new Flight has been formed for a young captain,” Loris remarked.
Taweel wondered how he stayed so well-informed. “Who told you?”
“Raiment serves more than one purpose. See? It’s all here.” Sea-green thread gleamed on the collar Loris had been embellishing. “These patterns tell a story. They connect this cherub to his new men, his old mentor, his comrades, his Creator. And to me.”
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