By Anne Digby
Mary Wilkins embarks on a bold scheme to avoid wasting the existence and profession of the loved horse she has taken care of whereas its proprietor, her adolescence ally, is away at boarding institution.
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But Caddard could do nothing. These were not matters in his power. " I watched my father's face. Grief, dismay, anger swept over it as he told of them. His bright eyes saw only what he told. "Our misfortune made the people of Drummant grow insolent, and they came raiding and thieving here. They stole a good horse from our west pastures. Caddard went after the horse thieves and found them halfway home to Drummant. In his heat and fury he did not control his power, but destroyed them all, six men.
Blind as he was, he served as Brantor of Caspromant till he had trained his son Canoc in the use of his power. Then Canoc became brantor and Blind Caddard went up to the high farms, where he lived among the cattle herders till he died. I did not like all this sad and fearful ending of the story. The first time I heard it, I soon put most of it out of my mind. What I liked was the first part, about the boy with the mighty gift, who could frighten his own mother, and the brave youth defying the enemy and saving his domain.
When she was at Roddmant she seemed always to have a cage around her, to be looking at you through bars. She and her husband Ternoc were polite and wary with each other. She had no particular interest in her daughter, whom she treated like all other children, with impartial indifference. " I asked Gry once, in the self-importance of being taught by my father how to use my gift. Gry shook her head. "She says you don't use the gift. " "You have to learn how to control it," I informed her, solemn and severe.
A Horse Called September by Anne Digby