Dandelions - part one
They just shortly looked into each others' eyes and then leaned closer, letting their soft lips touch.
Scootaloo closed her eyes.
When she opened them again, she was alone and all she could see was the ceiling. She had drops of sweat running down her forehead, and also was breathing heavily. Her heartbeat was echoing in an empty room.
She wiped her forehead and whispered to herself: "Relax... it was just a dream."
With the other hoof she touched her lips, unknowingly. It might have seemed as if she was catching the kiss from her dream.
"How did we... it doesn't even..." Even though she was puzzled and hardly made any sense, she couldn't stop
Dandelions - part two
The last ring of the bell let the little ponies know lessons were over for today. One after another, the students were slowly heading to their homes. All the students except for Scootaloo, who was waiting by the teacher's desk.
„Sweetie!“ she called up a friend who was just about to leave. "Wait for me outside!
Sweetie Belle nodded and left the classroom.
"That should be all the homework," Cheerilee handed Scootaloo several worksheets for Applebloom, "please, tell her I wish her to get well soon."
"Of course," Scootaloo promised and headed out of the door. "Good bye, Miss Cheerilee!"
"See you tomorrow, Scootaloo!"
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