The Letter From the PrincessDear Twilight,
I am sad to report that the girls must come home earlier than you might have expected. I have heard wonderful events in Ponyville have been spiced up by these ponies' musical talents, especially your cousin, Moonlight Sparkle. They will leave in about two weeks or less, but before they depart I must have your cousin be the one to finish an unfinished artifact piece of music. She must finish it before her departure. I will send you the music tomorrow morning.
The girls had to leave early. I cried quietly in my room. I didn't make it to the party at Sugar Cube Corner, which made me cry more. I told them I would be there and I didn't. When I heard them come in, I walked out of my room, "Where were you? You missed the party! Better yet why are you crying! Come on! You're a PRINCESS! You don't cry!" Moonlight said to me in an angry tone. I could see she wasn't happy with me. Honey and Sparkle Sky didn't look at me as they walked up the stairs. I couldn't take it anymore, "The Princess said that you are leaving Ponyville earlier than was expected." I said quietly. Honey and Sparkle Sky looked at me with surprised faces. Moonlight stopped, but she didn't look at me. They turned around and walked to the bedroom without another word, "Well, you really took care of that well." Spike said. I forgot he was even there with me the whole time. I went to bed and feel asleep fast, but in the middle of the night, I head the sounds of a violin. A quiet and beautiful sound that was.. sad. I sat up in my bed and it was Moonlight, "What are you doing?" she looked at me with wide eyes, "I didn't mean to wake you! I always play at night when nopony can hear me. Upon the stars and the moon I show my feelings though my music, but I also have to sing in daylight with my friends. Not that I don't enjoy it, it's just I prefer to sing at night. I feel like that's what I am supposed to do in my life. You said something about a letter earlier. Us, leaving early. Is it true?" I looked at her and pulled out the letter. She fell onto my bed and sobbed. I read the letter to her, but by the time I finished reading it, she was asleep in my hooves.