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'My Little Canary' Chapter 4The day of the weddingWiress stood in front of the mirror and straightened the straps of her wedding dress. She'd made it herself, at Beetee's request.'I don't want you wearing a Capitol dress,' he'd offered her in explanation when he'd asked her what he wanted her to do. 'You're better than that.' Once news about the wedding had gotten out, President Snow had sent her reams of the best white silks and satins he had to offer, sequins and ribbons too. Beetee had refused them all, buying her soft cotton instead.He'd been so brave, standing up to the president, Wiress thought proudly, her brave Beetee. She twirled around, so that the hem of her dress span up. Tiny mirrors were stitched onto the edges, so little rays of light beamed off onto the walls, making Wiress fell like she was falling with the stars. The dress was plainly cut, with a high neckline trimmed with cream lace and a silver ribbon adorned the simple waist, which fell into a full skirt that came down to her knees.What s
'I'll never let you go' Chapter 14CatoI regretted letting Lover Boy join us almost instantly. He slid into place beside us so easily it was annoying. Whilst collecting stuff to put in his pack, he joked around with Marvel, nudging him and cracking sarcastic jokes. Walking in the forest, tracking tributes, he complimented Glimmer on her beauty and inquired what she used in the Capitol for shampoo. But the thing that irritated me the most was how he tried to take care of Clove.It was only little things, like letting her drink first from the water canister we'd filled at the lake, or holding a branch back for her, but still, it pissed me off. Once, as we chased a tribute over a fast flowing river, I got a little carried away, and ran ahead, without waiting for Clove. Marvel and I cleared the river in three strides and Glimmer, with her long legs could leap from one rock to another with no difficulty. It was only after the tribute had escaped us that I remembered her and darted back, suddenly full of fear that Lover Boy