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The tiny room was dim and cold, the only source of light was an owl shaped candle which was soon going out. Resting on a giant bed of straw was an emerald green dragon mother, with her blood red son with flame like horns kneeling next to her dying body. Tears began to leak out of his eyes.
“Phoenix….” Rasped his mother, breathing in more deeply
He moved his head closer, and looked into her pale rose eyes “Y-yes? Mother…dear…” he managed to choke out.
With one talon she wiped away the tears “Do not cry…my dear son…” she said, her
Pancakes and a Dingy All the characters that I use in this belong to me, so please don't claim them as your own. Thank you!
Today the golden white sun did not appear, but instead big grey puffy clouds welcomed Blue Harbor, along with tiny trickling rain drops that pitter pattered against the multiple fish and bird shaped buildings.
In the small room rested a queen sized bed that lay right next to a window, and in that bed covered in an orange colored silk blanket was Pika’s tiny body, sleeping soundlessly on her side. Suddenly she felt a tiny body move underneath the blanket, making its way from the edge of the bed to the top were her head rested on a white feathered pillow; She slowly turned her head, only to see a tiny light brown furry face, which belonged to her only child John Smith Niba.
“Hey mum” he whispered, with a childish smile
“Hello sweetie” she greeted back, with a gentle and lovingly smile
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A two-time Community Volunteer for the deviantART Related category, Anne is well-known as a positive, helpful force. She is the community's resident expert when it comes to CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), and her personal gallery offers a wide variety of tutorials for new and experienced coders alike. In addition, each winter she hosts a calendar project encouraging members to create Journal designs for all to use, bringing more creativity to the community.
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