It was morning and Star Cluster woke up from his sleep. He
yawned and stretched as he listened to the birds chirping. It
had been some time since he heard a bird. He stood up from the
couch and walked to the window. The sun was shining brightly,
the snow was melting fast. The grass steams began to peak through
the snow. Star Cluster looked around at the bright glittering
snow that had covered the forest like a soft white blanket. He
was enjoying the view when he saw a white pony at the corner
of his eyes, he turned his head and looked but it was only a
large pile of snow.
"Is something wrong?" Amaryllis asked as she approached
him from the kitchen.
"Nothing I guess," Star Cluster replied.
Amaryllis looked out the window and saw only snow.
"Star Cluster, I saw you suddenly turn your head as if you
saw something," Amaryllis told him, "Was it a wild
"No it wasn't. I just thought I saw a white pony but it
was only that pile of snow," Star Cluster replied.
Amaryllis looked at the pile of snow next to a tree and smiled,
"It kind of look like a pony."
Peaches suddenly came into the living room towards her mother.
"Mommy, can I go out?" Peaches asked.
"Alright but you wait for me," Amaryllis answered.
Peaches smiled greatly and ran into the kitchen towards the dinning
"Are you coming with me?" Amaryllis asked.
Star Cluster smiled and followed her to the dinning room. Amaryllis
opened the door and Peaches ran outside. Star Cluster followed
Amaryllis outside in the crunching snow. Amaryllis stopped and
leaned her head on Star Cluster as she watched Peaches. Star
Cluster looked around the forest, snow was falling from the trees
as it melted.
"Star Cluster want to go for a walk?" Amaryllis asked
Star Cluster smiled, "I'd love to."
"Peaches!" Amaryllis called to her. Peaches stopped
running and turned, then she ran to her mother.
"Peaches, lets go for a walk," Amaryllis said, "Stay
Peaches smiled greatly and followed her mother and Star Cluster
into the forest.
They walked together enjoying their surrounding. Star Cluster
continued to imagine he was seeing a white pony but he tried
not to let Amaryllis catch him looking once in a while. Peaches
ran in front of them laughing and jumping in the snow. She loved
to hear the sound of snow crunching. As they walked Peaches continued
to play in the snow and run around them.
"Peaches, be careful," Amaryllis told her, just then
Peaches slipped and fell down short slope. Amaryllis hurried
to her and saw Peaches getting up. She was upset and was ready
to cry. Amaryllis picked her up, "Are you alright?"
Peaches nodded her head, her eyes began to water as she rubbed
her front leg.
"It's alright Peaches. Just watch it next time. There is
still snow on the ground and it's still slippery," Amaryllis
Star Cluster stood at the top of the slopped under a tree watching
when he felt something hit his nose. Amaryllis and Peaches looked
at him as he looked up. Suddenly a pile of snow fell from a branch
and hit him on the head. Amaryllis and Peaches laughed.
Star Cluster wiped the snow from his face. Amaryllis put Peaches
down and walked up to him, still giggling. She cleared the snow
off his back.
"Are you alright?" Amaryllis asked.
"I'm fine but that snow was cold," Star Cluster replied.
Amaryllis and Peaches laughed.
When Amaryllis had calmed down she looked at Star Cluster, "Lets
head back before something else happens."
They turned and walked back through the forest to the clearing
where her house sat. Peaches ran to the clearing and began making
a big snowball. Amaryllis stood next to Star Cluster watching
Star Cluster watched Peaches when he suddenly saw the white pony
again out of the corner of his eyes. He quickly turned his head
and saw only a pile of snow.
"What is it?" Amaryllis asked noticing how quickly
he turned his head.
"Nothing," Star Cluster replied.
"Nothing?" Amaryllis asked, "Are you sure?"
Star Cluster looked at her and saw that she obviously didn't
believe him. Star Cluster sighed, "I thought I saw a white
pony. I've been seeing her all day now."
"Her," Amaryllis asked, "Who is she?"
"I don't know," Star Cluster asked, "I think she's
someone from my memories."
"What does she look like beside white?" Amaryllis asked
"All white," Star Cluster replied, "She has no
other colors besides white."
"A pure white pony?" Amaryllis asked.
"I guess so," Star Cluster replied.
Peach ran up to them smiling, "Mommy, look what I made."
Amaryllis and Star Cluster followed Peaches a little father away
from where they were standing. Peaches stopped and pointed at
the full body imprint in the snow that she had made.
"That's lovely Peaches," Amaryllis exclaimed smiling,
"How about I give you a set of wings?"
"Yeah," Peaches cried happily.
Amaryllis used her hoof and made a set of wing on the back.
Star Cluster stared at the pegasus imprint, something about it
looked familiar. As he looked at the imprint in the snow he suddenly
realized something about it was missing.
"Add a horn," Star Cluster told her.
"A horn?" Amaryllis asked.
Star Cluster was anxious to see if he was right, he used his
hoof and made a nice pointed horn.
"That's it," Star Cluster muttered.
"What's it?" Amaryllis asked curiously.
"That is the white pony I've been seeing. I think she's
someone from my memories. Something about her looks familiar
like I know her...someone very close..."Star Cluster paused
trying his best to remember. Suddenly an image of a white winged
unicorn flashed before his mind, "Yes, she is from my memories."
"A flying unicorn?" Amaryllis asked, "There's
not even one in the fairy tale books."
"Look mommy, I'm a flying unicorn!" Peaches exclaimed
and began jumping around the snow.
Star Cluster looked at Amaryllis seriously, "My memories
are slowly returning. She and the black ponies are just a small
piece of it. I know it all sounds like I'm remembering a fairy
tale book but I have really seen them, I just don't know where
or who they are...yet."
Amaryllis looked at Peaches sadly, "Will you show me those
strange ponies you keep remembering someday?"
Star Cluster smiled and nuzzled her neck, "I promise."
Amaryllis smiled at him, "I'll be looking forward to seeing
As they stood and talked Peaches ran around and then she picked
up a snowball and threw it at them. Amaryllis smiled greatly,
she picked on up and threw it at Star Cluster.
"Ok, your going to get it," Star Cluster told her.
He picked up a snowball and threw it at her. For the rest of
the day, they continued playing in the snow till it was dinner