psycho-biker-junkie-whore (avariel_wings) wrote,

Tara knows her power can never match up to Willow's. Oh, she has magic of her own, like her mother before her, but compared to what Willow can do, she has nothing.

And that is what frightens her.

Greater power leads to greater risk of corruption, and Willow is taking the magic far too lightly. That's why Tara knows she must leave - she loves Willow, but she thinks perhaps the shock will wake Willow up.

Tara's power is a candle, but Willow's is the fire of a thousand suns. And Tara worries that Willow will burn up in it.

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