Norma and Anne ran side-by-side down a long street heading for the main entrance of the city. They heard a rumor that Saga had broken out of the asylum and was making her way back home. They also heard strange rumors about the girl having some weird powers. They didn’t know what to believe, but were hoping to be able to see Saga again.
When the girls finally made it to the front entrance, they stood hopeful. They couldn’t wait to see their old friend.
“And what are you two doing here?” Came a familiar voice.
Greta appeared in front of the girls laughing. “Go away Greta!” Anne snapped. “You’re the last person Saga will want to see!”
“Yeah!” Norma said, crossing her arms in front of her chest and nodding. “I can’t believe what you told the doctors. She may have been talking to herself, but she didn’t deserve what they put her through!” Norma said, her shoulders started to shake.
“What did you expect me to tell them?” Greta asked. “Besides if Saga wasn’t crazy then they would have never put her in there in the first place!”
“Are you crazy!” Anne snapped. “Do you have any idea what they did to her? Electroshock therapy… all that medication they forced her to take.”
“They even…” Norma began, closing her eyes tightly. Tears streamed down her bright red cheeks. “They even cut a large hole in her head!”
“Maybe it’ll make her a better rival,” Greta said, shrugging her shoulders. “Besides, if…” A streak of lightning struck Greta in the back sending her reeling forwards. The girl slammed into the ground and rolled across the street before coming to a rest on her stomach. Her eyes were wide open, blood was seeping down the side of her mouth and smoke was rising from her back.
Norma and Anne couldn’t move. Their eyes were focused on Saga who was holding up her left hand. She was breathing hard and wearing a strange smile on her face.
“Norma… Anne!” Saga said, lowering her hand. “It’s great to see you two again. I bet you’re surprised to see me, huh?” Saga said, taking a few steps towards her old friends. “To be honest I’m surprised myself. I didn’t think the season fairies could really give me their powers, but here I am now. Able to use them,” Saga turned her attention to Greta. “I always hated her laugh,” The girl muttered.
Saga turned her attention back to her friends. She saw the fear in their eyes and saw their shoulders and hands were trembling badly. “Oh hey!” Saga said, throwing her arms around her friends shoulder’s. The girl nuzzled close to both of them. “I would never hurt you two! I saw how you tried to help me… Thank you so much!” Saga let her friends go, smiling at them she continued down the long road.