Chapter 83: Reap the Whirlwind
Tamaes’s efforts resembled the frantic fluttering of a sparrow caught in a snare. Taweel ordered, “Straighten your shoulders. Relax your knees.”
With a sheepish glance, the boy corrected his form.
“Slow your pace. Faster is not always better.”
“Like this?” Tamaes asked, settling into a steadier rhythm.
Taweel grunted. “Your training serves you well.”
Their partnership didn’t go unnoticed. From his perch overhead, Adin exclaimed, “Me, too!”
“I have two hands.”
While the boys stirred a whirlwind, Taweel felt a tug at his earring. Omri squeaked in apology, but he didn’t let go. The little angel desperately needed his handhold.
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