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Hatch opens, stark light


Coco Pommel considers what it means to love, and to be loved in turn.

Originally written for the Coco Pommel contest in Quills and Sofas.

Cover art by Mushroom.

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Comments ( 17 )

I absolutely adore this piece! It's so warm, so tender, so close and touching... I love their story, and I love the way you weave their own troubles and flaws into their relationship. This really sold me on their dynamic, and I hope it does for others, too!

This was so cute and wholesome and fluffy Wish! I absolutely adore it, you handled the dynamic between them perfectly! Loved this piece!

Aw, thank you, Mushroom! That really means a lot to me. And thank you again for the lovely cover art!

Oh, this is beautiful. I can only hope to one day find love that inspires me to write something like this. This is a love letter in and of itself, and a wonderful argument for this thrupple, of which I find myself now shipping.

In such few words you weaved together a compelling and drop-dead adorable dynamic between those three characters. Rarely, if ever, has such a short tale given me the warms AND the fuzzies in such quantities. Fan-frikin'-tastic work!

Thank you for the kind words! :heart:

You have awakened something... I need more of this ship! MORE!! :pinkiecrazy:

Seriously though, very cute and fun. Well done! :raritystarry:

Thanks, Apple! :heart: Hopefully the muse strikes me for this ship again soon.

This was very cute and I very much loved it :twilightsmile:

This triad was just so endearing and loving! I can’t believe that this little treat is only 1k! Now that I’ve finished it, I’m a bit bummed.

uhh rarity??

This was really sweet! The story did lean heavily toward telling us about events rather than depicting them, but it was still a nice exploration of the relationship's dynamics.

I mean, the whole premise of the story is that this is Coco musing on her relationships, what they mean to her and how they developed. The story's own nature means that it will be telling events rather than showing them, because doing otherwise would be recollecting, not musing. I don't think that telling is inherently bad, either, it is just oftentimes used to poor effect.

Regardless, I'm glad you enjoyed it!

It's a really sweet little story.

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