Spiralcloud couldn't sleep any more and it was almost morning, she groggily stepped out of the bed of ferns that the yearlings had made for the pregnant mares, she trotted the little stream that separated the mares, that was waiting foals and the new mothers.
she slowly drank from the ice cold stream, the water helping her sore throat that she had gotten directing the foals that was so hyper it was crazy. She stepped over the little river easily tho the water skimmed her belly which made her even colder, she pricked a pinto mare on the shoulder noticing that her foal was not huddled by her side like the other foals were "Not yet Sunberry, mommy needs her beauty sleep." Spiralcloud snorted "hmm... Ivyfrost." the pinto mare just huffed in reply " Ivyfrost, It's me Spiralcloud." Ivyfrost turned her head and Stretched her wings and legs.
A few minutes later......
" I WISH THAT FOALS COULD JUST STAY IN ONE PLACE." Ivyfrost complained, after a while, scaring a flock of birds "You can't blame them it's totally a new place." she stared at the birch forest and the lush meadows were the yearlings was playing a game "of catch the ball of frozen moss" versus a team of elders, mares, and weanlings, and spectators that was cheering, one of the injured stallions was sending a goofy smile in her direction, she shyly turned away hiding her face with her right wing mostly because she had lost her left wing in a fight with a cougar, she looked around for any sign of Sunberry, when Spiralcloud spotted his remarkable Yellow and blue feathers, beside a ginger mare they looked over the cliff, Ivyfrost followed her eyes to the scene " Oh no, she dares, you are so dead Shardflower." they galloped to the edge of the cliff, then Shardflower gave one of the pebbles a nudge "STOP!"
the ginger mare turned a whole circle, slamming her wings into the foals flank making him trip and cry out as he fell into the deep "ups." Shardflower looked down "oh, well one less colt to care about." The world seemed white the only thing that gave it color was feather and a river that had blood as water.