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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2013

    1: The Old House

    I walked down macomb road, hands in my pockets. I was a teen then, about fourty feet tall, pink and black straight hair that went past my thighs, i had the word; Punque(punk) spray painted on my collar support structure(collar bone)in blood red. I had no sense of humor, and a lack of, er, what do call it?...oh! Yes, i remember now, it's called happiness. I never quite understood the point and meaning of it. Well, anyway, that doesnt matter right now...i was suppossed to be home with my two bros and sis, about, 1,6902 nanobreems ago. So i hastled my pace slightly. Macomb street was always an odd street to be on. The elder (ro)'bots always starred at you if they were around, but the were usually in their outrageously enormous(and wacky), houses. This is the kinda neighborhood my sis, Nightbird, would feel at home with. And there were no animals anear, ever. Except a hand full of black robo cats 'n' such. I kicked a metal rock as i walked, when somthing caught my eye. A house. An old, old, ever quite so old, house. Only, it wa different. Unlike the others. It wasn't normal, nor wacky and bizzarre. Just. Paranormal, i guess. I tried to pass it, but it seemed to pull me towards it. "Thats it," i thought. "I gotta check the place out." I said in my mind. I ventured up the stone steps, though, you'd expect my metal feet would make a loud noise, as i thundered up the steps. Nope. Not even a clack. I knocked on the doors, and, they fell off. My expression was(aaaand always is);-_-. I peered inside. All i saw, was darkness. I stepped in. ~until the next chapter

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