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Writers of the Future Volume 29

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2014

    Sight of a Dreaming Soul ~ CHAPTER 3

    [ Thanks to everyone for the character bios! They will appear soon! A special thanks to SK for making an awesome story and an interesting character for me to use! ]
    &Omega Iopa's P.O.V. &Omega
    I walk towards the Big House, glancing back momentariy to check if Phaux is following. I step onto the porch and open the screen door, stepping aside to allow Phaux to enter first. After she steps through into the cool interior, I follow.
    Chiron is in his wheelchair, sipping a cup of tea. He looks up as we enter, his eyes brightening.
    "Ah, hello, Iopa. The satyrs found a new camper?"
    I nod. "Her name is Phaux. Unclaimed."
    Phaux stands there nervously, shifting her feet.
    Chiron wheels outside into the humid summer air. We follow him.
    Phaux lets out a shocked gasp as he begins to rise from the wheelchair; I just stand there, a half smile playing at my lips.
    "That's better, don't you say?" Chiron asked, now fully out. He flicks his white tail. Phaux seems lost for words. Chiron glances from her to me. "Iopa, would you give me a moment?"
    I nod. "Sure, Chiron." I walk down the steps and head for the cabins.
    I enter the courtyard to the cabins to see Jordan and his buddies returning from killing the hellhound. He winks as he passes, making my face flush red. I try to quel the heat in my cheeks, but to no prevail.
    A slip of paper airplane flies back at me from his direction. It lands gracefully in my hand; I unfold it and read the words, whispering them as I go, "Meet me at the beach. 7:30."
    I grumble and crumple the paper, tossing it into a nearby brazier. I try to ride my mind of him, but I can't get his pale blond hair and sparkling blue eyes out of my head.
    "Stupid son of Zeus..."
    A high laughter catches my attention; I turn and see Syder hot on the trail of a nymph. The nymph's giggle rings like bells through my ears. I smirk and watch as Syder faceplants a pine tree that springs up where the nymph was. He spits out bark and collapses backwards.
    I walk into Cabin 6 and take off my armor, my t-shirt clinging to me. I grab a book, The Hobbit, and sit in a chair outside the Athena cabin, flipping through the pages until I find the one I was on.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 17, 2013

    Horrible, don't waste your time

    Finally wound up skimming fast through it to see if, by any chance, there was something good in there. There wasn't.

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