A Magical Coming of Age"So..." Svenja asked her friend Chloe as she put down her coffee pot, "Now you can surely tell us the real reason you have invited us over."A Magical Coming of Age by clancy688
The addressed woman, a tall red-head, eyed her petite, blonde friend with feigned indifference. "Really?" she asked innocently. "Why do you think that? Maybe I just wanted to meet you girls again, we're all attending different colleges and don't see ourselves that often after all."
Svenja snorted amused. "Oh, please." she said, "For how long do we know each other? This is the first time ever you have invited us over for coffee. I didn't even know that you had a coffee brewer! So there's obviously something you want and which you don't like to discuss in public. Am I right or am I right?"
Chloe smiled mysteriously, then turned towards her other three guests, Gabrielle, a chubby-looking girl with twinkling green eyes, Piper, a fairly normal looking girl with waist-long brown hair, and Crystal, a strawberry blonde. "And
Newlyn, the Spring witchNewlyn, the Spring witch by manymasksmanyfaces
Newlyn sat in a glade within her homely domain of eternal spring. Greenery of all sorts surrounded the maternal witch. She wore a crown of flowers over her blonde hair and a thin green dress. She left her feet bare. Her faithful familiar sat beside her, a mighty griffin named Sarah. Newlyn pet her neck and tossed her a fish that the griffin happily caught. She was happy that the advent of spring, at least in the Northern Hemisphere, was nigh. It was her duty to see to the spread of spring throughout the world.
Nymph were all over the domain. Some played music from hand carved instruments, others danced to the music. Some respectfully picked flowers to braid into each other’s hair. Green skin and a vibrant variety of hair either reflective of their former selves before they were awakened as nymphs or altered by their own magical power as they saw fit. They wore leafy clothes decorated by flowers or preferred plants. Some had palm decorations, others vines which they shared t