daisy gray

  • someone: are you even listening to me?
  • me: yeah, of course i am
  • my brain: the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi the last jedi

Imagine Daisy sitting at the stream that splits WindClan and ThunderClan, feeling a bit down and wanting to watch the sunset.

Another cat walks up to the border, Nightcloud, hissing for her to not cross the stream. Daisy replies calmly and Nightcloud is kind of wary. She ends up asking why Daisy is alone, and she asks Nightcloud the same thing.

The two she-cats begin talking and find they’re in the same situations. Not so good mates, feeling disrespected by them, mostly raising their kits on their own, and all of that.

Daisy asks if they could meet again and Nightcloud agrees.

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“Here, you take it,” said Daisy as she handed her phone to Gray. “It’s hard to take a selfie if I have to bend down.”

Gray gave her a sharp look as Daisy smiled on and held back a small giggle. Nonetheless, she took the phone. “Okay,” she said, “how do we do this?”

“I’ll stand behind you and hope my legs don’t give out.”

Stop.”

Companion to this beautiful piece. Here’s my wonderful (soon-to-be) gfs, Daisy and Gray, from the amazing, awe-inspiring @bumbleshark

This is the quote at the beginning of the official novelization of The Force Awakens by Alan Dean Foster. I immediately thought of Kylo’s redemption theory, and honestly it couldn’t be more blatantly obvious. However, let’s go line by line and analyze it anyway, shall we?

“First comes the day.” This could be referring to Kylo’s upbringing and training by Luke. Pretty self-explanatory.

“Then comes the night.” Refers to Kylo’s turn to the dark side.

“After the darkness/Shines through the light.” The first line means that the darkness has ENDED, and is followed by light. Could refer to Rey’s discovery of the force, but could also refer to her future aid in turning Kylo back to the light.

“The difference, they say,” This could be alluding to a reason why this trilogy will end in a TRUE balance of the force.

“Is only made right/By the resolving of gray/Through refined Jedi sight” Could the mention of gray be related to the gray Jedi theory? I think so. I think that Kylo’s darkness and eventual redemption combined with Rey’s natural heroism and light will end in the two becoming gray Jedis and ushering in a new era of balance. The term “refined” makes me believe Luke will be supporting this, and he will guide them, since he has been linked to gray Jedi morals.

I can’t believe I haven’t seen any other analysis of this quote, but my god it got me excited.