The Declaration of London, with an introduction and notes and appendices

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The Declaration of London, with an introduction and notes and appendices

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  • ISBN-13: 9781177834278
  • Publisher: Nabu Press
  • Publication date: 8/28/2010
  • Pages: 230
  • Product dimensions: 9.69 (w) x 7.44 (h) x 0.48 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2014

    Sparks of Force ~ Chapter Seven

    Streams of light danced into the shelter. Daisy squirmed in her nest of pine needles and flower petals, the shards of light shining directly into her eyes.
    Gray stretched next to her, his warm body rippling with muscle next to her. "We'd better keep moving." Napoleon said from in the corner of the shelter. Daisy nodded absently. Gray grinned at her, and she smiled back and nuzzled his cheek.
    "Hello..." Napoleon had stood up, waving his paws. He walked over to poke Gray. "Remember, buddy. I said if you two kept acting all lovey-doveh, then you'd hafta GO." He walked out, muttering.
    Daisy stayed close to Gray the rest of the morning, her fur seeming to always brush against his. The group trudged on, but Daisy had a certain skip in her step. "I smell civilization!" Napoleon announced. Daisy took a long sniff. "He's right."
    Napoleon glared at her. "Of course I'm right!" He seemed a little more grumpy today. Daisy just smiled, and Gray chuckled a little for no particular reason.
    As they advanced closer, they saw the back of a small building. Napoleon took another long sniff. "Party store." He said simply. They walked under a small fence that separated the woods from the city, and began to go down the alley. Daisy saw Gray's frightened expression, and she licked his cheek. "It's going to be alright. This is a safe, perfectly fine place." Gray licked her back, and Daisy felt her heart thump. "O-okay...." he said shakily.
    Daisy smiled and staying close to Gray as if he were connected to her side, she hopped to the crosswalk. Napoleon was frantically sniffing. "Wait -" he said in a shocked voice. He began mumbling a strange 'language' of street names and locations. "Elms, so we'd be....calculating properly, this is East, so this...go this way, turn on Maple, move down there, it'd take us to....hmm....YES!" He turned excitedly to the two. "We're so close! We just have to take a bus and BOOM. We're there. Mottsville." Daisy began to grow excited. "You mean - Mottsville!? The real, true Mottsville? Our town!"
    Napoleon sighed. "Of course I mean Mottsville, our town, you dolt!"
    Poor Gray was looking from Daisy to Napoleon, confused out of his mind.

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