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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 18, 2012


    Omg plz keep writing

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 3, 2013


    Awesome candy cane!! Xoxo smooch.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 18, 2012

    The Day of Feasting-By Candace/Amanda (chptr. One)

    I awoke laying on the cold white floor of my cell. A single shaft of sunlight streamed through the solitary window on the east side of my concrete prison. I rose slowly to a sitting position and stared groggily at the wall across from me, the wall on which i had been counting my days as prisoner with hatch marks made with a fork i stole from a meal tray. I yawned and stood shakily to my feet and stumbled over to the window and looked out onto the glorious pure white world i would never be part of again. I squinted in the early morning sunlight that bathed the world outside my cell in a warm golden glow. I closed my eyes and tried to remember the days before i became a Condemned, playing in the washed out streets with my sister. Eating a rare delicacy, ice cream, with my father before HE became a Wanderer. It was a bittersweet feeling that lasted only a moment, before it was interupted by a horrible ear splitting, blood curdling shreik. The cry was followed by a series of pleas for mercy and the a despairing moan. I stood there frozen with fear my heart racing. Slowly i turned my head and looked at the hatch marks on the wall. My fear was confirmed, it was my hundreth day in this world of white concrete nothingness, my last day on Earth, the Day of Feasting....**Thanks for reading! Tell me what you think and if i should continue!~Candace/Amanda**

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