Odbijen ((19))

The rain had ceased not long after the boy began his decent. There was nothing left of the village. The small fire had rid the earth of it entirely, save for the scattered ash and small charred bones strewn about the encampment.

And a circle of weathered blackened, rough, yet still somehow smooth stones.

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