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  • EPlease Don't Leave Me!
    Decades change within a blink. The banishment of a sister, the loss of a student, has caused Princess Celestia to be distant when it comes to family. However, a baby dragon burns through her defence... but her past failures cause her to let go.
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Spike has survived the strain of daily life to find himself empty inside. Proven a worker, a friend, and a proper dragon—that search for 'something' never ends. Finally, on being led by a feeling, he winds up before Princess Celestia without a reason.

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Great story

Not enough mom-lestia stories out there

Now i gotta go get a post card and write home

B_25 #2 · Jul 26th, 2021 · · 1 ·

You're quick!

Before I read this, I must know: How does Twilight feel about all of this?

B_25 #4 · Jul 26th, 2021 · · 1 ·

Who knows!

Noice! :D

Usually Twilight treats Spike like little brother, and acts a big sister, and it's really difficult to a big sister to understand all the process of motherhood, as many sisters can be good examples of mothers for their siblings, sometimes the ausence of parents is what makes the little kids feel the void into the heart.

Lilo and Stich is a good example of that.

My heart! Really great piece to see

You made me want to see my mom, I dont really know her very well, and I haven't seen her much since she came back, but I want to see her now...

Orrm #12 · Jul 26th, 2021 · · 1 ·


I'd call myself delusional if I thought she was even aware of this.

Twilight has been shown to be gratuitously unaware of Spike's existence in all its facets.

Ontop of not being a pony, he also takes the role of caregiver for Twilight, the result is someone who is neither thought of nor considered.

That is the role of mother, after all.

How ironic the child acts as a parent to his parent, maybe in hopes that she'd parent back?

Wonderful little story :twilightsmile:

Though, with the way you described Celestia’s coat, I couldn’t stop imagining her as Fluffle Puff :trollestia:

Someone stole the sixty-ninth upvote! give it back, I want it!

B_25 #15 · Jul 26th, 2021 · · 1 ·

Too bad downvotes don't lower the upvotes, or else I could have helped you out!


This was so beautiful and tender it really pulled the strings of my heart :heart:

In all honesty I don't know what to say about this story accept I really enjoyed it. I always like the idea of Celestia being Spike's mom & think this was really well done :twilightsmile: Thanks for the story :pinkiehappy:

Wow, I must say you have an extensive vocabulary.

Loved this! I absolutely adore Momlestia, whether it be to Spike, Twilight, or Sunset.
I know people make the logic of the fact that Twilight was the one to hatch Spike, therefore she's his mom. But really, Twilight would've been too young, and is better off as a sibling like Sparkle's Seven suggests.

B_25 #21 · Jul 27th, 2021 · · 1 ·

It helps when you close your eyes, stick your finger in a thesaurus, and select the word you're pointing at!

Well, you picked the right words.

"I feel so attacked right now."
-Twilight Velvet

Speaking of which does anyone know who makes it a point to downvote literally every story and comment?

Those are irritating...but worse than that are the pickers, the smugs, the quibblers, the arrogants...

You do not write stories for those. They are the Roger Eberts, and are usually, inevitably, totally incapable of writing themselves. I know of one, so hypercritical that they would drive you mad.

That one wrote ONE story. And joining the Pinkie Pies to watch that wall with the paint drying would be eminently preferable. A story so BAD, you want to sue to be compensated for the time you wasted on it to try and understand the person behind the snark...

Let it, and them, go...

You write for the others, the ones who browse through the new stories, looking for something that catches their eye. You write to those that read your work, and think, and add your story to their favorites, and you thank them for giving you their greatest gift...

Their time. Time that you did not waste, and gave good value for. Because everyone has only so much, and you would be mortified to have spoiled it...

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