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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 27, 2014

    Andrew

    Sorry i havent posted for a while school chores and i have to babysit my bros anyway good story

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 27, 2014

    :-)

    Okaaay.....I didn't really understand that....or the explanation special. And the word is 'psychic'...at least I think that's what you were trying to spell. Hope to see it improve after publishing...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 27, 2014

    Masters of the elements

    ADEM: "And the she said 'Adem! Stop it!' I sewre. Her towle sliped that-" Adem fell to the floor. "'Adem! Stop it!' Not funny!" Elena said. After Adem, Elena, Sam, and Katie found there room, they decided to learn more about each other. Sam, oddly, because she had become more socil, stayed quiet in the circal. Adem exspected at least a sarcastic comment. Adem looked up at Sam, ignoring everyone elses laughs. He saw that Sam was hovering near a window, gazing out."One sec guys. Got to go to the bathroom." Adem got up and climed on top of the nerest cabnet. A wave of giggles washed over the group below. "So. What are you looking at?" He said in a lower voice. Sam, startled by Adem talking to her, fell a foot, but then easly regaind her hold. "Just. Something far, far away. Something.." Her voice trailed off. "So. What you thinking about?" Adem asked. "A boy." "Your boy friend?" "No!" "Then who?" Sam sighed. "I wish I knew." Adem looked out the window. The gray sky gave no hint that a full moon was in play. "I'm gona do it." Said Sam suddenly. "Do what?" Queshtiond Adem. "Find the boy."

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