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Lost Hearts in Italy

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2007

    Escape to Italy, fun to do in snowy March!

    I really enjoyed this book, its a very intelligently written modern day fanasy trip to italy, with very poignant impressions of some Italian men and upperclass African American culture. I liked the way the author used voices at the end of each chapter to express multitude of views. yes I really enjoyed this book, thankyou

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 17, 2015

    FireIce's Journey Chter 2

    Author's Note~I will change a few things about your appeh for tbe leader is female. But not much.<p> "FireKit!? FireKit!?" Several worried voices cried out. FireKit etered the nursery and was immediatly embraced by her mother. "Where were you????" GoldenFlower said, half worried) half mad. "I was outside. Watching warriors fight a fox. One was a golden tom. He looked like BlazeKit!" "That was your father, SunBlaze. Is he alright!? I must go see him" "I think so. I dunno. There was also another warrior. I think his name was DeerLeap or something. The fox bit his spine. And then a she cat cried out DeerLeap's name and bit the fox and drove it away." GoldenFlower got a sad look in her eyes. "Oh no." "What's wrong mommy?" BlazeKit asked. "DeerLeap is... I mean was the leader's, OakStar's, mate. Oh l must go see your fther and the leader." She got up and began to leave. "Kits, come with me." She padded out of the nursery, SpottedKit, BlazeKit, and FireKit following her. GoldenFlower padded over to the medicine cat den, a small cave, and entered. "Is he ok GrayWing? May I see him?" GrayWing nodded. "Just some scrapes and bruises. He'll be up in no time. Unlike...." His voice trailed off as he looked at the kits, but they already knew. "I'll go get him." GrayWing walked behind a cuetain of lichen and came back out, a large golden tom following him. "Daddy!" All three kits immediatly hurled themselves at him, while GoldenFlower purred amusedly. SunBlaze licked all of his kits. "Hello my little warriors." He rumbled. He turned to his mate and licked her on the cheek. "Hello love." "Are you feeling alright?" GoldenFlower asked. Sunblaze started to answer but wad cut off by SpottedKit. "What was it like fighting the fox?" BlazeKit crawled onto his father's back. "Yeah! Tell us!" "Well, it was fierce, dangerous, and also very scary. The fox was terrifying. He had cold beady black eyes and large snapping jaws." The kits listened, wide eyed. "Stop that. You'll scare them." GoldenFlower chided. "Now you best get some rest." "Yes. Rest." GrayWing agreed. "Ok. Good night my little warriors." SunBlaze gave each kit a lick on the head and their mother a lick on the cheek before dissapearing behind the curtain again. "Come kits. We must go pay oir respects to DeerLeap." GoldenFlower exited the medicine cat den and padded over to the cemter of camp. There lay the still body of DeerLeap, the moonlight shining on it. Cats were sharing tongues with him one last time and offering a few words of comfort to SnowStar. GoldenFlower shared tongues and then offered a few words of comfort to the greiving leader. "He will be watching over you from StarClan." SnowStar's yellow eyes were filled with deep sadness and she said nothing but nodded her head in acknoledgement. Her white pelt lay next to the gray body of her deceased mate, a small gray shape on the other side. "He died a heroic death WhiteKit." FireKit whispered to the small gray shape. "I know." WhiteKit replied mournfully. FireKit rested her tail tip on WhiteKit's shoulder comfortly before heading into the nirsery. <p> And that's it. Sorry if it was a bit boring. But appehs accepted. Thanks for reading. ~ &infin Shadow &infin (Shortened Shadowwing tp Shadow)

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