By Robert Jordan
The Wheel of Time turns, and a long time come and go. What used to be, what's going to be, and what's, may perhaps but fall lower than the Shadow. Let the Dragon experience back at the winds of time.
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Until Elaida. The Wheel of Time turned. What was once, could be again. Would be again. The case clock balanced the door to her sitting room, and her bedchamber and dressing room beyond. Fine tapestries, colorful work from Tear and Kandor and Arad Doman, with thread-of-gold and thread-of-silver glittering among the merely dyed, hung each exactly opposite its mate. She had always liked order. The carpet covering most of the tiles came from Tarabon, patterned in red and green and gold; silk carpets were the most precious.
When any king or queen had a palace, why should the Amyrlin Seat be relegated to apartments little better than those of many ordinary sisters? Her palace would match the White Tower for splendor, and have a great spire ten spans higher than the Tower itself. The blood had drained from the chief mason's face when he heard that. The Tower had been Ogier-built, with assistance from sisters using the Power. One look at Elaida's face, however, set Master Lerman bowing and stammering that of course all would be done as she wished.
As important as putting a leash on al'Thor, you said. " Elaida bit off each word with contempt. Did Alviarin know more than she should, mentioning al'Thor, and leashing? " Alviarin waited with visible patience for her to finish, then examined her sheaf again and pulled out four more sheets. "The Gray agent sent sketches," she said blandly, proffering the pages. " After a moment, when Elaida did not take the drawings, she slipped them under the rest. Elaida felt the color of anger and embarrassment rising in her cheeks.