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Elizabeth Bennett

A bird with wings are obligated to spread them to fly.

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a character in “A Cage to Set Me Free”, as played by Toffeeebot

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Name:
Elizabeth Rosaline Bennett

Age:
Seventeen

Date of Birth:
January 24th

Personality:
Elizabeth isn't one who will bit her tongue when being talked down upon. Whether you're of royal or not, she believes that nobody has the right to speak so lowly of anyone, especially if it's inflicted upon her. She isn't those people who will speak out of turn and just continue with their opinions in an endless rage. But rather an intelligent outspoken person. If she feels that it is needed for her to draw the line, she will. Her judgment towards you will be based on how you approach her. First impressions are very memorable to her. She's also the type who will not hold back a laugh if she finds something ridiculous. Nothing offensive is implied, she just has heavy judgment towards certain things. Though she can be childish and immature, Elizabeth is most proper when is comes to being a lady. Her manners and dignity are things no one can ever take away from her.
Being outdoors is one of the things she will always do everyday. Staying inside and being cooped in will make her explode and crazy. Long walks or horseback riding are thins she loves the most. Feeling the wind against her cheeks and being free is the most amazing feeling for her.

Having been born the second eldest, marriage was something that will come soon for her. Once their eldest sister marries, she must soon do so as well or she will be a burden to her parents. This is something that crosses her mind often. She isn't impatient to marry at all, but being a burden to her family is something she cannot do. But neither is marrying someone she doesn't love. She's often caught up in internal conflicts within herself which is why she is often sitting near a tree or a lake, pondering to herself.


Description:
Her fiery red curls is one of her most prominent feature, as is her ocean blue eyes. Elizabeth has porcelain, white skin. Though most would assume she has freckles due to the color of her hair, oddly enough, she doesn't even have one. Her cheeks are easily turned pink, either from the coldness, shyness, embarrassment, etc. Her figure leans on a very petite size. Though she enjoys eating, her appetite for adventure is bigger than any feast anyone can throw.

Occupation:
Elizabeth is a maid, just like her sisters. Cleaning isn't really something she enjoys doing, but anything that has to do with being outdoors, she will take in a heartbeat. Especially ones that require her being in the stable with the horses. Riding on horseback is one of the things she loves the most and horses are the most beautiful creatures to her.

Social Ranking:
Due to their father's misfortunes, they're social ranking isn't somewhere they wished to be, but it could be a lot worse. They're neither middle-class nor poor. Her family seems to hang on a fragile thread in between. It's not very clear to any of her and her siblings to how her father came into such debt with the Birckleys, but it has affected their rankings drastically. Though Elizabeth cares little for rankings for everyone is just the equal of status in her eyes.

So begins...

Elizabeth Bennett's Story

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The mornings were never a friend of Elizabeth. Nevertheless there was much to be done even before the day begun. Fall has just rolled in, and the trees are beginning to change from greens to hues of red. This was Elizabeth's favorite season. Its the perfect weather to be outdoors and this was something she loved the most.

The four sisters has separate rooms on the east wing of the house. Elizabeth rolled off her bed, strategic out her arms as if a bird was ready to fly off. Her ocean blue eyes showed liveliness as she heads for the window and popped it open. The damp autumn breeze blew in and filled her lungs as she took a breath. A smile peered it's way on her rosy lips as she danced and twirled towards her closet. Flinging it open, she took out her blue dress and put it on. Picking ip the brush, she pulled at her short red curls as they bounced back in place. Slipped on her shoes as she made her way out into the hall.
A quirky smirk tugged on the edge of her lips as she began to bang her hands on all of her sister's doors as she yelled,
"Wake up! Wake up sleepyheads!" her smirk didn't go away. A giggle echoed down the hall as she ran down the steps. Her smile kept on. Pickin up her coat, she headed out for the stables where she could go and feed the horses. Breakfast didn't cross her mind, she was far too excited to go to the horses.

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Marnie’s limbs where all asleep, causing a slight tickling sensation to run up and down her body. She felt as if she had gotten heavier throughout the night, although she had no idea why. She was positioned in a very uncomfortable position; her arms underneath her legs, and her neck bend in a very complex way. She slowly opened her eyes, only to come across with the bright light of the day. The sun was shining down her window, and into her room, also illuminating the gardens, which were located close to her and her sisters’ quarters. She slowly stretched her body, and cracked her spine, while she unwrapped herself from her uncomfortable sleeping position. While craning her neck in hopes that it cracked, she noticed that she was not in her bed, but in the small and worn out couch just by the window. ‘I must’ve fallen asleep while reading yesterday night’ she concluded. And to prove that her hypothesis was right, there was one of the books she had brought with her from home. It was called ‘Utopia’ and it had been written by Sir Thomas More in 1516. Personally, it was one of her favorite books, which showed a fictional island with a vision of what once should have been the perfect society in England.

“Wake up sleepy heads!” said a muffled voice from behind Marnie’s closed bedroom door. She instantly put a face to the stifled voice; Elizabeth. Marnie stood up from the old sofa covered in dust, and dusted off her white sleeping gown. She ruffled her brown curls and tried to wake herself up a little; laziness would bring her nowhere. She quickly took her working attire, stripped out of the gown, and put it on quickly in order for her not to get too cold. It was almost November, and the air had started to get a little chilly, even though there was sun in the sky. She put her black shoes on, tied them, and stepped outside her bedroom, trying not to make the door or the floor creak just in case her other sisters where still asleep. Elizabeth was like their personal rooster; she was always up bright and early, and willing to wake her sisters up too so to start the morning as soon as possible. She made her way down the staircases, through the many hallways in the manor, and down to the kitchen to see if she could help with something.

On her way downstairs, she had to cross the tea room, and there were seated two of the men she worked for; Lucian and William. “Master Lucian; Master William,” she saluted them. It was her way of saying ‘good morning’, but of course, Marnie wasn’t a woman who talked a lot and her cold personality didn’t allow her to be warm towards her Masters, since it was pretty much their fault she had to be working there, taking her parents’ place. “I see that you’ve already been served. If you need me, I’ll be at the kitchen.” She bowed her head slightly, and turned on her heels, making her way to the kitchen and maybe say hello to the other maids on the way.

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Picking up the feed for the horses, Elizabeth greeted each and ever one in the stables as she filled up their food bowls. She placed down the bucket of feeds and picked up the water bucket to fill their water bowls. One of the playful horses, named Snow, nudges Elizabeth a little. Inhaling as she made the gasping noise, she fell over and the bucket of water spilled all over her. Looking at Snow with a very scrunched up face, she dusted herself up.
"You are a nughty horse." she said smiling at him playfully and scruffinh up his mane in revenge to his doing. Elizabeth took of her soaked coat. Luckily it absorbed the water so that her dress is not wet. She dropped the coat down on the floor as she opened up Snow's stable.

Taking him by the leash, she brought him out into the courtyard. Elizabeth's cheeks began to grow rosier and rosier as she got more cold due to her inappropriate attire for the weather. But she didn't mind too much. Closing the gate of the courtyard to let Snow run around, she leaned up against the wooden fence with a smile as she watched Snow. It wasn't often that Elizabeth would forget her duties inside the house. Though at this moment, nothing else exists but her and Snow. Her blue eyes traced whenever he roamed. Then she broke out of her daze, realizing there was much to be done inside. Quickly, she took Snow back inside his stable, picked up her astride and ran towards the manor.

Hanging her coat up, she had the biggest smile upon her cheeks. Running through the house as she heads for the kitchen. She stopped as she came across the two Masters. Taking a curtesy before them, her big smile kept on.
"Good Morning Masters. Please parson my appearance." she said making a small giggle. Her red curls wet a bit damp and her dress was smudged with mud.
"Please excuse me." she quickly left as she entered and heading forthe kitchen. Elizabeth came across Marnie. She ran up to her and placed her cold, shivering hands on hers.
"Oh Marnie, the horses, they are so beautiful. They had made me forgotten about everything else." she said to her with bright tone as she twirled around the kitchen feeling such bliss.

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Lu looked up at the sound of new footsteps. The house was starting to become a little too busy for his taste. He looked up at the eldest of the four sisters, Amarnia, just as she saluted them. He liked how she always just got straight to her point and that she never lingered. She was wearing clothes that she usually worked in. Lu didn’t like seeing these girls dressed in rags. They were so beautiful and had so much potential. But he figured that beautiful clothes would become torn and tattered like the previous dresses.

She made her statement and left, it was just what he had expected. “Amarnia?” Lu tried calling her back, hoping she would hear him and turn back. Elizabeth came past them and greeted as per usual. He simply nodded in her direction after hearing her apologies and excuses.

“I will be going in to town later; would you like to accompany me?” He asked, getting straight to his point as well. Just then he remembered that he hadn’t eaten yet. The tea did its job though. Lu was just afraid of going through the day in a bad mood. He ran his hand through his hair, hoping that his question gets a response. Lu hated conversations that were left to hang in the air. She would just have to change though, that was if she accepted his offer, and that was if she heard him talking to her. Lucian was never one to yell or speak too loudly. He often had to be provoked badly to resort to such behaviour. It was more like him to make a joke of an angry or negligent person.

He crossed his legs and looked back at the newspaper. “Unless anyone else wants to go?” He said to the black printed letters. He had a little idea in his head that they would jump at the opportunity since they barely got to dress nicely and to go out to the town or to the marketplace. The lack of food in the house showed that they barely went there.

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Amarnia had almost made her way into the kitchen, when she felt a pair of trembling cold hands in her shoulders, twisting her around and making her face the source of who emanating happiness. Elizabeth had a wide grin on her face, and her eyes where illuminated with happiness; so much like their mother it even hurt to see it. Marnie scowled at Elizabeth, asking herself what was her sister doing with that non lady-like attitude.

“Oh Marnie! The horses! They’re so beautiful!” her sister exclaimed, with a twirl around her, and then came to a stop. “They have made me forgotten about everything else!” she exclaimed brightly again, going back to her twirling movements. Marnie placed her hands on her hips and cocked her head to the side, examining her sister’s immature and childish attitude. “Elizabeth, please, behave yourself,” she said shaking her head. “We must be at our best behavior while working.”

Before Marnie had more time to scold her younger sister about her inappropriate attitude, she heard a masculine voice calling her name back at the tea room. She quickly retraced her steps and entered the room once again. “I will be going to town later; would you like to accompany me?” It had been Master Lucian, son of Master Birckley, who had called her name, and asked for her company to go to town. At the mention of being able to go to town, her eyes lit up, and her lips almost curled into a smile if it wasn’t for her self-restriction. She would use whatever opportunity she had to get out of those working clothes and into a dress to show her lady attitude. “I would be pleased to come, thank you Master Lucian, for asking,” she said, and she truly was greatful.

“Unless anyone else wants to go?” Master Lucian asked again. Marnie was sure her sisters wouldn’t pass down the opportunity to travel to town. This was sure going to be a very interesting afternoon, and she was sure it would mainly consist of her scolding her sisters to behave more propertly.

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Elizabeth's smile slowly disappeared as she gets a grasp onto reality.
"My apologies, dear sister. I was overwhelmed with joy. I will try my best not to do so once more." she spoke in a mature, stern voice as she curtsied to her sister. Almost as if it was a completely different person speaking to Marnie. Dusting of her dress and combing through her red curls as she cleared her throat. Her stance and attitude changed completely. Her ocean blue eyes still sparkled, but with calmness.

Elizabeth was the image of their mother. Her fiery red curls and ocean blue eyes resembled hers. But Elizabeth's attitude is more like their father's. An adventurous, immature, care-free person.
The manor was large, but there isn't much to be done considering barely anyone resides here. Maintaining it clean is not a problem at all, then cooking is taken care of the chef, and the garden is worked by the gardener.

Hearing Lucius's offer, Elizabeth wished to join, but she had a feeling that he only offered to be polite. He mostly intended the offer for Marine. Which didn't bother her, but unfortunately, she would be stuck at home. A sigh slipped past her lips as she began to wipe down the counters. There wasn't anything else she could think of doing and standing around isn't good to do. So she might as well be useful.