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NotenNotenNoten by inkwolf
Carl Rathgeber obediently tapped out a melody on the keys of the battered clavichord. He played all the notes correctly and in the proper order, but his father clutched his ears and moaned, “Nein, nein, Carlchen! This is a waltz! It should flow! Where is the rhythm, where is das Gefühl? Noch einmal! Try again.”
The boy started the piece from the beginning, playing several incorrect notes. His father did not interrupt this time, but a pained expression twisted his face. Carl stopped.
“Vati,” he said, “Tomorrow you give lessons to Herr Von Cratz’s children, nicht vahr? May I come with you?”
Herr Rathgeber took off his eyeglasses and polished them on his already rumpled lace collar. He was a slight man with thinning dark hair down to his shoulders, and a sparse goatee. Carl was nearly five years old, and his pale blonde hair had come from his mother, although it had brightened to a surprisin
Fantastic Children 2 Ch.10Fantastic Children 2 Ch.10 by inkwolf
Chapture 10: At the Bottom of the Deep Clear Sea
"Hasmodai Hasmodai Hasmodai "
When he opened his eyes, it took him several minutes of blinking before the blurriness cleared, and even after, he barely recognized Soreto. Her face was streaked with blood, her eyes and nose puffy and swollen.
She looked relieved. "How many fingers am I holding up?"
"Some of them," he answered.
He was sitting in a chair. He leaned forward to stand, but a wave of pain and dizziness seized him, and he closed his eyes again. His head felt he put up a hand to feel the back of his head, but Soreto caught his wrist.
"I found it." Hasmodai heard the sound of feet sloshing through water and Princess Tina appeared, holding an aid kit. Hasmodai could hear Bell sobbing from the other end of the cockpit.
"Is this all?" Soreto stared into the kit. She shook her head. "This isn't going to be much help. Hold still, Hasmodai, I'll do what
Fantastic Children 2 Ch.11Fantastic Children 2 Ch.11 by inkwolf
Chapter 11 : The Burden and the Transience
It was unfair, Dumas thought, that the universe should make its own rescue so complicated. Once again he was coming up short in the number of souls he needed to relocate.
He thought there was a good chance that those in the ship's control room might have survived, because that part of the ship was designed to detach from the body in disastrous circumstances. His sister Tina had been in there.
If she had not survived, he had no more interest in saving the universe. Let it all fall down. He owed the rest of creation nothing.
Agi had almost certainly been killed, and that was a serious inconvenience. Dumas had him under control, and the others followed his lead. If he was gone, and if those in the cockpit had survived, he might be able to make use of Soreto in his place. He thought it would still be possible to negate the false memories he had planted in her at her reawakening. It was even possible she had already rejected t
Fantastic Children 2 Ch.3Fantastic Children 2 Ch.3 by inkwolf
Chapter 3: Teo: Small Planet
Teo took a deep breath of sea air and let all the tension leave his body with it. He had not thought that the day would come when he was relieved to be leaving home. He loved his sister Serena, and was happy she was in love and going to be married, but he did wish that she had fallen in love with someone he actually liked.
Lately Rogan had been casually asking questions about whether Teo planned to go to college, and exactly when, or whether he had been looking for a part-time job yet, and even about which of the siblings actually owned the house their parents had left them. Even Serena seemed to be impatient with him lately. He knew he was not precisely unwanted, but his presence was clearly tolerated rather than welcomed.
His life at school was much the same. He got along most of his classmates, but couldn't say anyone was particularly his friend. A strange sense of non-belonging had caused him to hold back from
Fantastic Children 2 Ch.4Fantastic Children 2 Ch.4 by inkwolf
Chapter 4: Pollux and Dumas: Tearful Mornings
Building the device had been the easy part. Keeping anybody from knowing about it had been nearly impossible. Pollux had watched Castor tinkering with his own project for half an hour before feigning disinterest and boredom, and wandering off to dismantle a portable computer on his own.
"I just want to see what it looks like inside," Pollux told Doctor Mellert when she started asking questions. "I've never had one I was allowed to take apart before."
As he disassembled the machine bit by bit, he laid the parts out neatly on the counter of the lab. All but the parts he needed. Those he secreted in his pocket when Mellert's attention was on Castor.
To Pollux's surprise, Castor became curious, and left his own work to see what Pollux was doing. Caster cast one glance at the arranged parts, and raised an eyebrow at his twin. Pollux felt Castor's curiosity change to su