Ganymede the Mister Moon
The Galactic Tigrean
Age: 14 years, 7 months, 2 weeks
Born: December 4th, 2004
Adopted: 14 years, 7 months, 2 weeks ago (Legacy)
Adopted: December 4th, 2004 (Legacy)
- Level: 120
- Strength: 126
- Defense: 120
- Speed: 120
- Health: 120
- HP: 120/120
- Intelligence: 24
- Books Read: 24
- Food Eaten: 1
- Job: Unemployed
Under construction. Story staying the same, just getting new profile.
Thank you, Rasputina! Omg, you're the best.
Starvation has a name.
Where I come from, everybody knows it. You see, for whatever reason, my ancestors signed this treaty that promised him complete power over us. Now he whips at our stomachs until they relent and roar, digs deep craters in the sky so that the sun stays low but the moon high. Nothing but snow fills our mouths.
Still, Starvation has a lofty, looming name, but it hasn't completely shaded the joys of life.
On occasion, I see a certain snake of light slithering over the horizon, twisting, flaunting her scales of many colors. Her name is Aurora. Well, that's what my uncle calls her anyway. He couldn't bear to watch her travel across the sky so gracefully and silently without any sense of identity. According to him, she belongs to a great Charmer, the one who taught the stars to chirp and the sun to bare its yellow teeth.
They weren't born with names either.
I asked my uncle why he didn't name them too then. He said the stars are too hard to name since they breed so fast; the sun, despite its strutting light, is too humble to hold up a hefty title, too shy to show it without ducking behind a cloud.
Starvation is always present. The Charmer actually remembered to give him a name, and he won't put it down. My uncle tells me not to be too disgusted by this. He probably got a name just because the Charmer wanted to keep him quiet. It isn't working. He twists and struts, almost like Aurora, but without any beauty or humility. He doesn't even shed any light. We'd be less lost following just one reluctant star.
Either way, Starvation has a name but still isn't tame.
I wonder how long ago the Charmer had given up on him.
I waltzed with Ganymede,
I took his heavy arm, tossed it over my head.
I waltzed with Ganymede about the shores of Jupiter
while the other moons tugged at their gravities,
And they heaved their sighs, and lifted the tides
of a river oblivious to the weight of the world.
I waltzed with Ganymede, I waltzed with Ganymede,
and no devious moon man crossed his face.
--Venus of Ganymede, a beat poet.
Aurora looked cold last night. I offered to wrap her up in my fleece blanket, but she declined. Or at least it seemed that was what she did--the way she silently swayed her lithe, green body this way and that. Aurora also looked lonely, and I thought this: of course she is lonely! How would you like to have one side of your soul on display for a whole judgmental world to see, while the other half is beyond the stars and the snow, writhing at the feet of the Charmer?
I wouldn't like that at all.
So I sang to her. And my voice flitted across the tundra like a wispy moth. The moth seemed to dance up to Aurora, as if captivated by her beauty, as if moved by my song.
I sang louder.
The moth didn't survive past the first chorus. Aurora turned a paler green and spread herself out more comfortably among the stars, as if yawning. I think she was dreaming.
I didn't know I was such a good Charmer.
Understanding the Universe
Bag Of Starry Clips
Hazel Cosmic Eye and Brow Pencils
Astronaut Cap and Hair
Miniature Cosmic Miasma
Nugget of Night Sky
Azure Planet Plushie
Cosmic Dust Analyzing Satellite
Celestial Balloon Bouquet
Nebulite Highlighting Spray
Leafeather Heirloom of the Stars
Mystical Magical Celestial Lolly
Leafeather Orb of the Night
Blue Man in the Moon Plushie
Moon and Sun Betamon Badge
The Light In The Night Sky
Cuddly Luna Plushie
Green Aurora Necklace
Blue Aurora Necklace
Leafeather Starlight Circlet
SolLuna Costume Trunk
Shroud of the Galaxy
Inverted Galaxy Orb
Shrine of Apollonia
Shinwas Weather Orb
Sheeta Moon Scepter
Plump Moon Beanbag
Celestial Balloon Bouquet
Guide to Constellations
Book of Celestial Bodies
Our Neighbor Atebus
Mark of Luna
Star Snow Globe
Cooking with Gas
Patched Moon Plushie
Kumos Moon Sticker
Full Moon Sticker
Dark Matter Moon Rod
Gold Moon Relic
Gold Sun Relic