may meets dragon full
the weather outside was cold, no ash, no brock in sight, climbing up the waterfall had taken all her strength, she needed a place to rest. The cave seemed simple enough. She’d been lost for three days. the cave was the only place still dry. But as she walked in, the mighty dragon layed, and this was no cave it was a den
The dragonite lay sleeping on all fours, double the size of any man may had ever laid eyes on. Frightened she began to tremble, accidently tripping over its magnificent tail. Waking in a mighty roar the beast stared unblinkingly to her eyes. The eyes were sapphire blue, may had expected anger or fierceness, but in these eyes she saw comfort and beauty. The dragon blinked and no one moved, it seemed as transfixed by May as she was of it. Suddenly it whipped around, so fast may was knocked back as a tail whipped her into a wall, stars in her eyes she gazed around. Standing to its full height was dragonite, its back to her, and growling towards the entrance of the waterfall den. In stepped in the bloody gengar that had separated her from her friends in the first place! Royally pissed May shouted, “Get the hell away from me you big bully! I don’t want you here! What have you done with my friends!” Gengar turned glance from the mighty dragon to May, deciding on the best course of action, but before it could strike, dragonite blast it to space with a mighty roar of fire! Clearly pleased it marched over to May and sat down next to her. Not knowing what to do or say, she simply said her thanks. Dragonite merely shook its head and made a face to contort a silly grin, which made May giggle. She’d found a friend that could maybe help her out, she felt impolite to ask, but the sun was getting low and she needed to find everyone. So she leaned over and told her story, about team rocket dropping them all in another stupid hole, running right into gengar that teleported them all in different places, how she got stuck at the foot of the waterfall and climbed to the top to get a good look outside, but when the storm outside got to bad she came in his den and here she sat. When she’d finished dragonite looked into her eyes, they were full of knowledge, clever, powerful creature here sat and pointed out to the rising moon and shook its great head. May understanding, he did not want to search in the dark, but not a rejection for in the morning he would help. Eyes tearing in gratitude, May hugged the dragon’s neck saying “thank YOU!!” over and over. The dragon made that goofy grin, and then May felt something she had not noticed before. The large member of the dragonite lay right next to her leg, she had accidently straddles him, in her moment of thankfulness. Both he and she looked at each other clearly embarrassed, she immediately jumped off. Dragonite showed her a little pile of hay that she could sleep on till morning, and she gladly accepted it, better than a cold stone floor.