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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2013

    The Secret Life chapter one

    I wake up alarmedly. "Demon blood- wait, what? Where did that come from?" Just a dream. This is my same room, with the scattered model skulls and messy fairy tale books, blue skull wallpaper and closed curtains. Robin stands in my doorway. "Do you mind knocking? How long have you been here?" "I just got here. I have exciting news!" I roll my eyes. For him and the others. "What," I say, expecting to hate it. "Your dad's coming!" I roll my eyes and stand up. Robin stops me in the doorway. "This is big. He has a wider power selection!" "That sucks," I say empathetically. "No it doesn't!" He punches me in the arm, thinking I'm just joking. I focus on my powers and turn his head into a pumpkin. I walk away. "Turn my head back and I'll leave you be!" I turn his head back into a head and walk out the door. A green tabby kitten lays outside the door, sleeping quietly on the floor. I roll my eyes and kick the kitten. It yelps and claws me, then turns into my friend. He looks up at me and picks up a Gameboy. "Hey. Unsheathe the claws!" His eyes turn big and pleading. "Okay, all right. No puppy eyes!" "Raven, ya know your dad is coming?" I grab him and throw him on the fridge. "Really, Beast Boy, really? Robin just told me that, and do you think I'm happy about it?" Beast Boy yowls, "Okay, okay! You're not happy! Just put me down!" I drop him on the floor. "Your eyes were getting that red way that happens when you're mad, and you were speaking in the voice again," he says alarmedly. The metal cover I put on the window opens. "Oh, gosh, gotta go." I run away and hide in my room, locking the door.~Rate and reveiw please! Call me Spirit.

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