Flash and Winter stood next to each other, staring at the stars. The two pegasi dreamed about going home to their people. Flash looked down at the ground and stomped his hoof. He was tired of his captivity. For three days Winter has been there, meaning Flash has been in that miserable place for six days. That was to long.
The stallion looked at his mate, who nickered and nodded. The mare trotted to the far end of the corral, farthest from the barn. Winter neighed softly and Flash trotted over to her. With her teeth, Winter bit onto the ropes tying Flash's wings. The stallion perked his ears when he heard the rope snap. Winter continued to bite the ropes one by one, freeing Flash's wings. When Winter bit the last rope, the stallion reared and splayed his wings. Winter nickered happily. Flash whinnied softly in joy. He landed on all fours and cut the ropes on Winter with his teeth. In no time the two pegasi had their wings free. Winter broke into a gallop and flew over the fence. Flash followed, then stopped. What about all the other captive pegasi in the barn? Flash nickered to Winter, who stopped and landed. She nodded im agreement, and trotted into the barn. Flash followed. All the pegasi, except Silver Flash noticed, were rearing and flapping their wings. The only thing keeping them from escaping was the stables. They were trapped. Flash trotted up to a young mare's stall and fiddled with the gate latch with his mouth. The stallion felt it move, so he stepped back. The young mare rammed the stall gate and galloped out of the stable, nickering. She flew off into the sky, and one by one was followed by the released pegasi. Flash and Winter released almost all the pegasi, except Silver. Flash walked up to her stall and stood tall, looking at her. She still had the glamrous look in her eyes, but her ears were pinned. Flash unlatch the gate, which swun wide open. Silver walked out, but snorted. She started to walk out of the barn, but gently slapped Flash's face with her silky tail. The stallion snorted and bared his teeth. He trotted over to his mate, Winter, and nuzzled her. Silver squeled in anger and galloped out of the barn. Flash shrugged to himself and looped out of the barn with Winter. Flash splayed his wings and broke into a gallop, Winter right behind him. The two flew off the ground, and up into the sky. Now all they had to do was find home. Wherever it was.