"So, would wewe mind explaining more?" Rapunzel asked Merida.
"There isn't much zaidi to say. They won't find us, don't worry."
Don't worry? Did she sense that I was worried?
Merida sat down.
"So, old friend."
"So, um, what? I don't really have anything to say."
Merida smiled at Rapunzel for a second, like her was about to laugh.
Then she turned away.
Rapunzel tapped Merida's shoulder.
"Get your hand off of me!" Merida exclaimed.
Rapunzel fell over, extremely alarmed.
"I'm, I'm sorry." Merida said.
"It's.. Okay." Rapunzel responded.
They heard a noise.
"WHAT THE HECK IS THAT?! RUN!" Merida exclaimed.
"No, don't run, please!" A voice they had never heard before said.
"Who is that?" Rapunzel said.
"We're travelers," the voice stepped out of the shadows to reveal a person, "we travel around. We were wondering if we could travel with you."
"We?" Rapunzel said, "and we're not travelers."
"We are now," Merida responded, "We're on a run, remember? Anyways, what were wewe saying about 'we'?"
"They are three others with me."
Two men and a woman stepped out.
"Meet, Jason, John, and Mary."
Jason looked at Rapunzel.
"Why are wewe looking at me?" Rapunzel alisema to him.
"You're gorgeous wewe know. Wanna, um, do something later?"
"No," Rapunzel scoffed, "It takes zaidi then saying a girl is gorgeous for her to go out with you."
"Well, then what do I need to do?" Jason continued looking at Rapunzel, with narrowed eyes.
"How about wewe act nice, and get to know me?"
"Nah, too hard. I'll tarehe some other girl then."
Rapunzel was angry.
She punched him and he fell over.
"Rapunzel!" Merida exclaimed, "What was that?!"
"I'm sorry Merida, but he deserved a punch."
"Why don't we meet the others now?"
John walked over.
"Hello, it's so nice to meet you."
He shook her hand.
Then he walked over to Merida.
"It's nice to meet wewe as well."
He's so nice! Rapunzel thought.
And last, Mary.
"Hey! How are wewe doing?"
"Great!" Rapunzel and Merida responded at the same time.
There was a sudden noise.
"What's that?" Mary exclaimed.
"They're after me." Merida said, "Let's go!"
"I'll hold them up." Mary said.
"It's too dangerous! Don't Mary, please!" Rapunzel yelled.
"I'll be back." Mary said.
"Be careful." Rapunzel muttered, "I have zaidi in common with wewe so far then I do with Merida." She sighed.
They kept running, because Mary promised she'd be back later.
"She promised she'd be back!" Rapunzel yelled.
"Maybe she's a slow runner." Merida tried to calm Rapunzel.
"No, she's faster then all three of us combined, basically. She's not a strong fighter though."
"Not.. Not a strong fighter?"
"No she's not.. She's probably dead."
"NO! PLEASE SAY ITS NOT TRUE!"
"Maybe she'll be back." Merida assured her.
"Anyways," Merida continued, "You never told us your name, sir."
"Oh," the man said, "My name is.... Dylan."
His smile flickered in the dark, almost creepily.
"We'll tafuta for Mary tomorrow. Good night everyone."
And, then, time was Lost to them, in their dreams.
To Be Continued..