Average days really didn't seem like a possibility anymore, at least that was how Raven saw it. Her dark eyes watched the clock that levitated before her with almost a scowl. How could it only be 7:30? She knew that the day was long, but why couldn't it have gone by just slightly faster. It had been a while since her friends watched her become the portal and then go on to banish her father from the realm of earth, but he wasn't gone. Trigon was an inter-dimensional whose powers were almost limitless. Raven just couldn't shake him though. He had created her for one purpose and now that that purpose was complete, she had a very bad feeling that something else was going to come up. She often times hated her ability to sense things like that, but as of lately something felt entirely off about every thing.
She sighed. "Maybe meditation will help." she muttered to herself before she sat herself still and closed her eyes. "Azarath Metrion Zinthos." she chanted as she fell into her trance. Now this would help time speed up. Meditation for her always had, but suddenly she was jolted into a different trance and she blinked her eyes and looked up. There he was.
"There's my little girl." the deep voice shook her to her core. She really did hate this sense.
"I'm not your little girl!" she argued to him, and he just chuckled.
"You'll always be my little girl, Raven." he calmly stated, his four eyes causing her second set to light up. She quickly covered them with her hands only to hear the chuckle. "I needed to speak with you, Raven. Now, you may either listen or we can do this the hard way and I can make you listen."
Raven growled a bit. "What?" she snarled to him, and soon she could hear him sigh.
"Good. I need you to marry, raven." he said, but he didn't say anything else and Raven rolled her eyes.
"Whatever. Like that will ever happen." she said, but before he could reply she was pulled out of her trance by a banging on her door. She rubbed her temples and blinked a bit. Had that really happened? Was that just a dream? She couldn't be sure, but she walked over to the door and allowed it to open. "Yes?" she asked the person on the other side.