...rds her bed. It was covered by a blue comforter and
was neatly tucked into the corners of the mattress. Three pillows were stackedagainst the headboard. The floor was mostly hardwood as the other dorms were
but Raven had put two rugs by her bedside and one at her bathroom entrance.He went to her computer desk. Little ugly dolls of some sort of troll like
creature lined her desktop. Her computer was off. He caught the soft whine of
her printer stillhumming, on. He knew he had little time left. He looked at her bookshelf. Rows
of old thick dusty books lined her shelf. Little trinkets and medallions of
some old ancient scriptlined her shelves as well. A photo of her when she was young was carefully
placed at the top. Then he noticed the other ones.Up by the ceiling across from her bed, where a person could see them while
resting in the comfort of their bed, were several framed photos.One showed Raven with her arms cross and her hood off not smiling.The second was of the team her in the middle. He remembered it was a photo for
the newspaper a year ago. A third was of her striking a pose with a weak smile.
And the fourth-he gasped.His eyes lit up with little hearts. The fourth photo was of Gary and Raven
taken by Starfire for her scrapbook at Fisherman's wharf. He had bought Raven a
bucket hat that day and after incessant naggingconvinced her to pose with it on in front of a landing. Her face was one of
annoyance, but he on the other hand w...