Arvia woke up, nestled in her quiet run down clay house on the outskirts of town. She stretched her limbs before walking out to great the other girls; she was part of a Wicca clan or a group of girls who performed witch craft. They were an assorted bunch but the twenty or so girls were lead by a girl named Madeline, who had long flowing brown hair and stark purple eyes that constantly glanced around at everyone who would oogle the sparrow that was perched on her shoulder. Arvia rarely talked to the others, keeping to herself except when they came together for a ritual or what not, so she never remarked on their leader's eyes to anyone.
It had been a hot day as she donned a loose white dress with thin straps and a fitted form that cut off right around her knees. She took a basket and slung it on her back before setting off through the town. It was almost night by the time she had collected her supplies, foods, animal bones, crystals, everything she needed for a ritual that would soon be coming up. Her house had a few shelves where she sorted everything and let it sit before curling up on her pallet for sleep.
As she drifted off there came a voice, singing a sweet melody that sounded familiar to her brain. Disturbed, Arvia rose cautiously and set out, letting her feet guide her where they seemed to already know. It was a rather long walk, taking her into the woods past town, deep into their heart where little light fell. And the song pulled at her until she found herself humming along. With a dainty shrug, she joined in, her voice rising and falling, dancing through the leaves like a whisper of moonlight. Slowly the other voice died down, but Arvia kept on singing her chest swelling with anticipation like electric sparks. Even as she reached the crescendo, her eyes began to pour light, a vast array of colors as if someone had broken light into its colors through her eyes. As she finished, the flight flashed white and faded.
From the forest, a pair of purple eyes glowed softly. "So you are the one I have been wondering about. I have waited a long time for you to come into your talent girl." Madeline stepped from the trees, her eyes casting a soft purple glow around them. Arvia felt strangely at ease despite the strange events something warm settled in her chest, as if her heart had just found a piece and was finally whole.