Saviour. 

She was fire, ravaging her being, mustering up every ounce of her soul to light up their darkness, to colour their blinded eyes and awaken their darkened minds. 

She was the one they chose to shun, to suffocate, to darken and blind. She was the oddity, the demon that danced ablaze in hellish flames.  

The one thing she’d failed to realize – what cannot be understood is what is feared and what is feared is what men strive to destroy. 

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