Neither of them noticed the storm that had rolled in, its thunder building like a feral growl from a wild beast. It built up over several seconds and topped off with one huge lighting strike. Crack! Levada didn't flinch as her friend's coat gleamed…reflecting the light.
When the mare found her voice it was low, "You're….you're…"
"Tangible, yes." Ghost nuzzled her neck softly, "It doesn't happen often."
"But how?," She was puzzled and confused. Why did you never tell me! Her mind raced over so many situations she thought she'd understood. Each time they'd spoken he'd not let her touch him yet here he stood. His pale lips working down her mane gave her chills, she'd never let a stallion touch her since the run in a few years ago. It was a new sensation all over again that Leveda wasn't sure about. Each fiber of her body screamed for it but her mind screamed right back, telling her to run.
"It's difficult to explain…my…creator o