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Light of Harmony Chapter SevenMy little PonyLight of Harmony Chapter Seven by DarkAlicornWarrior
Friendship is magic
The Light of Harmony
Ghosts of the Past
A slight breeze blew through the royal bed-chambers making the drapes of the Princess of the Sun's bed as well as the curtains billow into her room as well. Celestia tossed and turned in her sheets back and forth, trying unsuccessfully to drift off to sleep. But amidst the calming moonlight that softly illuminated her room and the occasional gently autumn breeze, the idea of sleep was just as reclusive as ever.
Frustrated Celestia rose from her bed with a sigh that suggested that she had given up trying to appease her natural desire for rest. She walked to the window, where the moonllight was strongest and the wind was most prevalent; Something did not feel right to her.
A sudden green flare shot from her horn illuminating her room in a bright green glow, Making the sun Princess retreat at least a few inches. Normally this would be a good sign; her student learning something new a
MLP: Citizen Weevil: Chapter TwoMLP: Citizen Weevil: Chapter Two by MagicMan001
Down in Six Points, Part II
The Six Points, the neighbourhood where Weevil and his family lived, was named as such because of the design of the streets. There were six streets in total – Loyalty, Laughter, Generosity, Honesty, Kindness, and Magic Street – and they all met up to make Harmony Square.
It confused Weevil as to why the names of many places in Manehattan and Equestria have such weird names like those, and to the best of his knowledge, the streets had been renamed within the last several years, namely after the ‘Elements of Harmony’. He had no idea if these were an actual thing or some fruity Equestrian concept, but it was not like he really cared.
Weevil and Echo came to Manehattan several years ago on a hot, stuffy airship across the sea, cramped with about two hundred other changelings. It was easily one of the most unbearable experiences of his entire life, and no, that was not an exaggeration. Picture being one o