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Down the Memory BeachDown the Memory Beach by CarryPhoenix
A bucket full of paint, covered with a lid which threatened to fall over any moment, whistled by and landed next to the old armchair, having splashed a shimmering (shimmering, not glittering) stain on it.
Smaller gears went flying to all sides, until the reason of this mischief grew tired and showed itself - it was a boy of about three or four, all dark brown eyes and hair sticking upwards, the clothes of which held permanent tracks of actions. "This kid makes the odds and ends burn!", as Grandmother Jackie loved to say. And she was right.
"C'mere, Bertie, I finished!" Kasterborous Tyler - or simply Kaster - squeaked, having emerged from the chest kept under the table - his father loved keeping things there. "C'mere, I no toss anymore!"
The other boy walked into the lab rather warily, as if expecting to fall through the floor. He was Kaster's total opposite both in appearance and mann
Spirits of TARDISSpirits of TARDIS by CarryPhoenix
When you are officially homeless and live on board of a time machine which looks like a police box from 1960 or something, it can seem that nothing can be insanerer (if such word exists). But now it was even crazier than usually.
Johnny-Jimmy was used to the sight of his foster father supine under the console, fixing something or fiddling with wires, but this would be not enough here.
The console room was a mess. No, that would be too calm of and expression. It was not a mess, it was chaos. Wires of different colors (even those which had never appeared in human sight) were sprawled along the glass floor and to the outside, and items of different purposes were thrown around here and there as well. Even the lantern on the top of the TARDIS was hidden in a bunch of hanging wires, and the receiver was hanging fron behind the famous PULL TO OPEN sign on the door. One careless step would be enough to get entangled in this. Literally.
OHFE: Myth-chief Managed Hardly anybody believes me when I tell this story, but I solemnly swear that every word of it is true. It's about how I met the gods who came to our land and prevented the danger which could have happened because we didn't know the mysteries of elements: of earth, water, air and fire. Trust me or not, but it's all the gospel truth.OHFE: Myth-chief Managed by CarryPhoenix
I was young then. Eleven or twelve, I don't remember exactly. That was time when people started to vanish after going fishing. Their boats were found empty not far from the seashore, but they were not turned upside down, not any of them. Therefore, soon even coming closer to sea was prohibited. But I love sea. A whole wide world of unknown... and I always wondered what was deep down there. It couldn't be empty.
And I was right.
One day, when I was going home from the market, I decided to delay the return a bit and spend some time at the shore. Nothing bad was going to happen, I thought. I wasn't going to enter the water or anythin
I am a simple student. My love is languages, so I study English, German and Chinese. I also write stories and poetry.|
Current Residence: Everywhere I can be in
Favourite genre of music: Music with sense
Favourite style of art: Fantasy
Operating System: Windows XP
Favourite cartoon character: Rocket from "Galactik Football"
Personal Quote: I don't lie. I tell incredible things or the ones you don't believe in