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Sakura Hime Kagome

By Unicornblossem13

Fantasy / Romance

Meeting Inside A Dream


Chapter 1: Meeting Inside A Dream


It was the middle of the night. The sky was filled a million stars. In a abandoned wooden hut, a certain miko slept and dreamed.


Kagome's Dream

'What a beautiful place.' Kagome thought as she walked on a crystal clear lake that replaced the ground. Cherry blossom trees were everywhere, there pink petals falling and causing ripples in the water. 'This is just like the dreams I use to have when I was a little girl.'

Suddenly, a strong gust of wind started to blow, cherry blossoms blowing everywhere. Kagome put her arms in front of her face and closed her eyes as she tried to block the wind. Suddenly, Kagome heard a sound that sound like a horse neighing. When the wind settled down, Kagome put her arms down and opened her eyes and looked ahead. When she did her eyes widened at what she saw.

A pure white pegasus stood in front of her. It was twice the size of a regular horse with black eyes. It's pure white feathered wings were large in size.

'Beautiful...' Was all Kagome thought was she stared at the creature before her. She reached out her hand to touch it, when she as suddenly surrounded by a bright pink light. When the light died down, Kagome was wearing a completely different outfit.

She was wearing a pink kimono with long sleeves, which had thin black lines at the end, the skirt stopping on her thighs. A gray and white bodice, with a ying-yang symbol just above the skirt. She had pink shoes and long white socks. One pink bow was tied on both sides of her head in her hair, which was now pure snow white. Her eyes were now pink, with cat-like pupils, and her skin was as pale as the moon. Finally, she wore a black choker with a metal hoop in the middle, a red ruby was attached to the bottom of it.

Kagome quickly looked herself over, surprised by her sudden transformation. 'Why am I in this?' She thought.

"Milady, your destiny begins."

Kagome gasped at the sudden male voice. She looked at the white winged horse. "Was that you?" She asked.

"Yes." Pegasus replied shaking his head.

"Who are you?"

"I will explain soon, but for now, it is time for you to wake up. Goodbye, Milady."

Next thing that Kagome knew a white light surrounded everything.

To be continued...
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