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The Girl in a Fandom TeeThis story is as simple as it could be:The Girl in a Fandom Tee by CarryPhoenix
There was a girl who wore a fandom tee.
Each day of the week she was a fan
Of shows and films and books - no ban.
On Monday, fandom tee was black,
'-SH' said the writing - you can check.
On Tuesday, fandom tee was blue,
The writing on it was 'Doctor Who?'
On Wednesday, fandom tee was green,
'I'm Spirited Away!' - letters far away seen.
On Thursday, fandom tee was grey,
'I'm Thursday Angel' it would say.
On Friday, fandom tee was red,
'Language!' together with 'A' it said.
On Saturday, fandom tee was white,
'Winter is coming' - unseen only by blind.
On Sunday, fandom tee was yellow,
With triangular eye and two words 'Deathly Hallow'.
But every story needs a bad man -
It wouldn't be interesting if not, then.
Here there was something else to be -
There were people who would disagree.
On Monday, there would be those
Who would click their tongues and strike a pose.
On Tuesday, there would be, true,
Those who roll their eyes and howl 'oo-ee-oo'.
Feathers and Stars "I wonder if angel legends came from cases like this," Hobo Song thought. No one could see him now, otherwise there would've been mass hysterics. Or maybe worse. Right now he was leading upwards, to the shelter of one of his 'blood brothers' (this expression fitted the most here, though both these words couldn't possible refer to Hobo or anybody like him - strange, eh? The practical proof of mathematics law: two minuses give a plus). But he was most disturbed not by past, but by possible future.Feathers and Stars by CarryPhoenix
Finally Hobo landed onto the edge of a huge cloud, the upper side of which was occupied with a labyrinth made of glass. To be more exact, the walls of this place were made of glass blocks of different shapes and sizes, each of them having at least a drop of liquid inside. Tearlet, the host of this labyrinth, was out. There would've been more questions, Hobo thought and placed the one whom he had been holding onto the steam-covered, but firm and cool surface. It was a boy with spik
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Inertia by AsherMane
Suggester says: This piece specifically
is lathered with imagery, and very emotionally
heavy in the face of its subject: Alzhimer's.
The creative use of the repeated line, the loss
of both good and bad memories, and the pain
it causes the sufferer are expressed phenomenally well.
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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