|The Last Light of Twilight
Author: Terra Twilight PM
Link and Midna must find a way to get back together, but could there be a hitch in their plans when they finally meet?Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Adventure - Link & Midna - Chapters: 10 - Words: 6,486 - Reviews: 8 - Favs: 6 - Follows: 13 - Updated: 09-18-12 - Published: 05-11-12 - id: 8106043
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Midna snuck out of the castle when the Twilight was darkest. The castle was quiet and she was glad that no one had seen her escape. She stole away to the forest again, towards the clearing Link had first appeared in the haze of light. The pool that used to be there was the closest thing the Twili had as a connection to the Goddesses; Midna felt it would be the best place to meditate quietly on her problems.
Once she came upon the clearing, she knelt in the soft, mossy ground. "Farore, Nayru, and Din, Sister Goddesses and creators of our lands, please lend me your strength," she began praying with hushed tones. She closed her eyes folded her hands in her lap, concentrating on being calm and still. Images of Link and the battle that had ensued after his arrival to the world of Twilight flashed in her mind. She was happy he had lived through the ordeal, but now she was afraid for their lives and the mortality of her people.
"Young Queen, do not fret over this matter anymore," a voice echoed around her. Midna opened her eyes, but there was no one there. "Your people will be safe, and you will continue on your path as the Queen of the Twilight." Midna's heart sank.
"So, I am not meant to be with Link, then?" she said sadly.
"His love for you led him to your world, and led him to defeat the one who threatened your people. Your paths have intertwined before and have intertwined again, and your destinies will always and forever be intertwined," another voice told her. "Look again upon this matter in another light. The Hero has fulfilled his duties in the world of Light; his duty now is to himself and the ones he loves."
Midna's heart fluttered at the Goddess' notion. Could it be? She bowed before the presence of the Goddesses. "Thank you for your wisdom," she said. She then got up and ran back to the castle, back to her home, her love.
A/N: Short chapter is short, but oh well. Thank you for the past reviews! Hope you all are enjoying this story; there is still much to come!