Never Truly Forgotten

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I remember back from my childhood, a girl. There’s not a lot I remember about her, though. I vaguely remember her hair color and her name forever escapes me. But, out of all the things I do remember of her, are her eyes. She had amethyst eyes that looked both piercing and loving at the same time. Seems to be the most I remember of her.

The only other detail I can remember is that we played together as children. No further details other than us laughing and having fun. I guess her smile is another thing I remember but I wish I could remember more.

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Fables: The Silly Dragon and her Hero

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“But, as luck would have it, the King managed to almost literally ‘bump into’, a heretofore unknown kind of Dragon. A Silly one. She was considered silly by her fellow Dragons because she acted in silly ways. She did such silly things as refusing to take over the family hoard as was expected by her mother.

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Mors Funebris, Chapter 1, Part 1 – Meet –

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Jenna, decided that she had just about enough of listening to Helvetia clicking one of her eight spider leg tips endlessly on the stone floor.
‘Tap-tap-tap-tap’…
While the sound of it had started out as unobtrusive as a first day recruit. In the last half-hour it had graduated, with honors, to a gut churning level of obnoxious distraction

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