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Impossible Numbers

"Gather ye rosebuds while ye may, Old Time is still a-flying, And this same flower that smiles today, Tomorrow will be dying."


One's a terrified flower pony who takes everything seriously. One's a party-loving jokester who never takes anything seriously, not if he can help it.

Each of them would love it if the other would just grow up. Neither can agree on what "growing up" entails.

Both of them need each other.

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:pinkiesmile: Thank you very much. Although I have seen him used by other authors before now, so perhaps it's just a matter of time before they cotton on and update their fics accordingly? Still, I wanted to get my version of Goldengrape out there, and the new tag provided an opportunity.

Have to admit I gave up figuring out the logic behind the tags a long time ago. :applejackconfused:

I feel like you have been trying to write this story about Daisy for while now, and you finally nailed it! (Without any nightmare monsters either.)

This was a great, yet simple, dramatic look into the character's life and it was also a pretty sweet romance.

How wonderfully simple and sweet.

Short sweet side ship


Thank you all for saying so. :twilightsmile: Considering the last romance I wrote about was more troubled and tragic, I thought it would be nice to publish a story about a much kinder and closer relationship. :heart:


Sometimes, I revisit a character when I feel I've found some side to them worth developing further. Sometimes, I revisit a character because I've just gotten comfortable writing them by now. As one of the Flower Trio (I've written a fair amount for them), Daisy ticks both boxes.

You're right too: I wanted to do more stories about her and Goldengrape ever since they were mostly kept on the periphery of my last attempt, because even there, they just clicked in a way I hadn't encountered with other characters I'd written before. Turned out it was much easier when their relationship was the story itself.

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