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Dreams and Dust by Don Marquis
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Dreams and Dust by Don Marquis
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  • ISBN-13: 9781499640632
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/24/2014
  • Pages: 98
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.20 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 25, 2013



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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 23, 2013

    ~{[Skybound]}~ *Part Two* []By Sparrow[]

    I stood quickly, wincing at the sight of my charred legs. But they didn't hurt. There was a certain numbness in them, but when I ran my fingers across the blood that seeped out of my red skin, there was still no pain. A slowly stood, and they held me without trembling. Holding my arm over my face to gaurd myself from the fire, I scanned my surroundings. Fire blazed in a circle surrounding me. I could just make out a dark, scaley shadow slinking across the dark, it's yellow eyes glinting with hunger and hostility. A dragon. I knew they did not, could not exsist, be there in front of me was a dragon, circling the flames and lashing its horrible tail. And on the ground, a few feet away from me, was the boy. I rushed over, only to be thrown back by a giant tail slamming into my chest, knocking me to the ground. I let out a stiffled cry, muffled by my lack of breath. By the gleam of the dragon's eyes, I knew I was soon to be gone, burning to death with only ash left over. I felt a hand grasp mine, and looked down to see the boy next to me. And then it went to quick to realize exactly what happened. In a heartbeat, I was engulfed in flames, my hand separating from another hand, seering heat coursing through my body. No where to run. Nothing to do but burn. I was vaguely aware of a voice yelling my name, but I had slipped into blackness before it ended. I opened my eyes. Dark still. Warm, but not excedingly hot. I wasn't sure if I was even anywhere, but I felt something closed in around me. I pushed it off. A blanket. A pillow at my head. My mind started to clear, and I spotted a sliver of light under my bedroom door. I was back home. No, I had always been home, but the realness of my dream had taken me captive, toyed with my mind to make it a reality. But it wasn't. Or was it? I wouldn't know, until I had gone on the adventure of my life. An adventure to change my life forever. *****

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 23, 2013


    My eyes are hazel and I'm short! XD Anyways, good job Firefangeh! Chu need ta write moreee! •~• & {•}

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 23, 2013


    Still awesome. My eyes are hazel too!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2013

    To sparrow

    Good story. I predict... ... ... its a dragon!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2013

    ~{[Skybound]}~ *Part One* []By Sparrow[]

    A girl arose from an wooden chair in a stone chamber, spinning once in a full circle to take in the castle-like structure. She was short and stout, but had a striking appearance. Her hair was a shining black, layered just below her shoulders. Her eyes were a fine hazel color, resting on top of rosey cheeks, only, tinted with some confusion. That was me. I knew one thing, and one thing only. I didn't belong here. Moments ago, I had been safe in my father's arms, surrounded by the faint glow of a fire. Now I was in a dark room, surrounded by mysterious relics and ancient leather-bound books piled on wooden shelves. Cautiously, I cracked open the circular wooden door, then stepped out of the room. I found myself in a long hall, dimly lighted with torches, seemingly underground. I gingerly put a hand to the dusty walls, and tried to gather my thoughts to grasp something real. 'I am Mace Akon. I am thirteen years old. I belong...' I stopped. Where did I belong? Certainly not here, but then where have I come from? Startled, I nearly jumped out of my skin when a voice erupted from behind me. "How did you get in here?" I spun around, finding myself face-to-face with a teenager about my age, maybe a year older. Somehow, he had seemingly silently materialized behind me. He was tall and had shaggy dull-black hair and stunning green eyes, apparenly unfazed to see a strange girl in this dark halway at such a late hour. "I..." I stammered. "I was waiting at the entrance and didn't see you come in. Anyway, you are late," he continued, folding his arms over his chest. "For... for what?" I was more confused than ever. The boy started to adopt the puzzled look. "You told me to meet you here tonight. Are you alright? Usually you forget, but after a moment you're back to normal." I studied the boy's face more closely— and realized he did seem familiar, but I couldn't be sure I had ever met him before. "I'm sorry... maybe you got the wrong person. I could—" "Mace...?" He looked at me quizzically. Immediately, I gave him a stabbing look. "You know my name... "Yes. You told me it yourself." I was begining to recover from my shock of coming to this mysterious world and started shooting questions. "Who are you? What is this place? Why am I here?" "You know my name—" He was intantly cut off by a low rumbling noise followed by a sharp scream. His face turned ashen, and he glanced at the ceiling which was begining to tremble. When he spoke again, his voice was low and graven. "They're here." As if some sort of flip had been switched, the air turned cold and hostile, filling with shouting and growling and menacing roars. The boy suddenly grabbed my arm and pushed her back into the room, sending her stumbling to the ground. He pointed his index finger at her as he started to close the door again. "There isn't much time. Stay here so you don't get hurt." "No," I say indignantly, scrambling to my feet. "I'm going too." He hesitated for a while, then nodded in acceptance. "Alright. But be quick." He pulled me down a corridor and up a flight of stairs, coming out another circular door. Outside, fire lit up the night sky, illuminating the dirty faces of cowering villagers. A screech sounded, sort of like a firwork might before blowing to bits against the sky. "Look out!" The boy shouted, knocking me off my feet and on to the ash-covered ground. My legs filled with seering heat, and I realized a fireball had struck right behind me. And the boy was no where to be seen.

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