The Tale Of The Falling Stars

Submitted for Contest #88 in response to: Write a cautionary fable about someone who always lies.... view prompt

Apr 05, 2021

Bedtime Speculative

In the dark swirly night sky where shadows lurked and where all your secrets were held, there was a star.


Or 100 billion, to be accurate.


They twinkled like how your eyes would when you looked at someone you loved, or when the sunlight would glint off the bright green grass. They glistened, sparkled, glittered in the sky and brought hope forevermore.


Or so you thought.


Stars were supposed to be cheery, joyful, and happy. These stars were not.


In the specific area of stars we were looking at, the stars were bittersweet, sad and loved to argue. The asterismโ€™s name was the Big Dipper, as many of you know it by, which was a part of Ursa Major. The stars absolutely hated being called โ€œthe Ploughโ€, or โ€œthe Wagonโ€, for they had once been down on the lowly planet called Earth and had saw wagons haul horse manure into markets. Out of the seven stars that made up the asterism, we will be focusing on the story of Alkaid, or Alkie as the other stars called him, for if we went over all of the star stories, we would be here for an eternity.


Alkaid liked being at the back of the gang, the very end of the handle of the ladle. No one was back there so they couldnโ€™t spy on what he was doing, which allowed him to do quite odd things.


โ€œHey Alkie, got any news from Pherkad?โ€


โ€œAbout what?โ€


โ€œDonโ€™t you know? I think thereโ€™s a new constellation called โ€˜Cancerโ€™.โ€


โ€œOh yes, Pherkad said . . .โ€


That was the night in 1922 when Cancer was made a constellation. The stars in the sky receive news quite quickly, for souls who have left Earth come up to join the stars in the sky every day, and they bring news with them. Alkaid and his siblings are some of the oldest stars in the sky; his siblings had completely forgotten their time on Earth because they had last set foot on that planet many ages ago, before the dinosaurs, birds and moons.


Except for Alkaid.


For a while now, about 2000 years, Alkie had been travelling down to Earth and watching their progress. From inventing fire to computers and AI, humans have gone a long way from the time Alkaid was alive.


Before you wonder why this is important, these are the top 5 rules of being a star:


1. Never, ever, under any circumstances, events or instances may you go back down to Earth. If you are caught doing this, you will be banished to the very edge of the universe and then blown up.


I am now deciding to not go on because you can clearly see that Alkaid did exactly what was forbidden, but if you knew Alkie, that was exactly his thing. He loved to cause mischief; because why would you not place a whoopie cushion on a chair, a bare chair, a chair just asking to have a whoopie cushion set upon it?


That particular night we were focusing on was Alkaidโ€™s 100th day anniversary of Earth-traveling.


He was bamboozled that he hadnโ€™t gotten caught yet.


He waited until all the other stars were preoccupied with the daily gossip and then gripped a zipper that was hanging down from the sky. Pulling it down, Alkaid peered into the gap he had opened right then and looked back to make sure no one was watching. After making sure, he jumped into the gap and closed the zipper behind him, and went tumbling into space, time and knotted up souls.


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Alkaid landed with a thunk! on the forest floor, immediately scrambling up to see where he was. It was night, of course, for he had fallen from the night sky, and trees towered above him like giants. Creepy shadows lurked everywhere and made you feel like you were a little child again, hiding under your bed covers at night from fear of monsters waiting in the darkness. The ground was wet from wet snow and rain from past seasons; dead leaves swirling by in the wind. Alkaid never had dropped in a place like this: a place where animals lived.


Then he saw her.


A young woman walked through the forest wearing a dress of azure and ruby dyes, being led by some animals. The young woman was translucent like a ghost, but wasnโ€™t black and white like one; more like a rug whose pictures colours have faded over time and are now paler.


Alkaid watched the young woman run away quickly like a silent film, only with a bit of colour, and not long after that, a hunter came running after her when an axe.


Then he watched the huntsmen run into the distance and fade away into the dark.


After trying to comprehend what Alkaid had just saw, a deer popped out of seemingly nowhere in front of him.


โ€œHello, who might you be?โ€ the little deer asked in its timid voice.


โ€œUm, Iโ€™m Alkaid.โ€


โ€œOh, Iโ€™ve never heard of that species before, but all the same: welcome! The Chief would like to meet you, Iโ€™m sure. Follow me!โ€


Looking back frequently, the deer hopped gracefully through the forest with Alkaid trailing behind them until they reached a clearing.


A clearing was hardly an exquisite enough word for it.


It was a circle outlined by willow trees, the grass brighter than those outside the boundary. There were little bubbles floating around here and there, glinting off miniature rainbows into the grass. At the far end of the circle, there sat a king of some sorts, for Alkaid couldnโ€™t tell what animal he was, on top of a silver throne lined with sapphires. Along the same line as the throne were 13 other seats, all with a semi-circle table in front of them. No one sat in those thrones at the moment, because it looked like mid-day and not the time to be working and debating.


Wait, wasnโ€™t it the middle of the night?


โ€œExcuse me,โ€ said Alkaid, โ€œBut why is outside this circle day and inside night?โ€


โ€œOh yes, excuse me for not telling you earlier. The Chief-โ€


โ€œPardon me for interrupting, but is he the Chief?โ€ Alkaid asked, nodding his head towards the person sat upon the throne.


The deer nodded. โ€œThe Chief can control the weather and the time, so he keeps it day in this circle, because, for some odd reason, he canโ€™t seem to live at night.โ€


Alkaid knit his eyebrows in a perplexed look. โ€œDo you know why?โ€


The deer shook its head. โ€œBut Iโ€™ll bring you to him so he can explain. You came at the right time to help.โ€


Following the little deer up to the Chief, the deer looked up at him and started talking in sharp, distinct clicks. The Chief nodded every so often, looking at me with curiosity and then looking back to the deer. After a few minutes, the deer stepped back and trotted away, and Alkiad turned to the Chief.


โ€œHello! How do you do?โ€ Alkaid asked politely.ย 


โ€œSorry, but we do not have time for such casual conversation right now, since there is a crisis going on,โ€ said the Chief. He wasnโ€™t an animal at all, but someone who looked like a part of the sun. He was a bright, bright yellow, seemingly white, with a warm aura glowing about him. He didnโ€™t have a face, more of a blank canvas, but he still did have arms, legs and torso.


โ€œWe have a problem, and you can help.โ€


Alkaid asked then, โ€œWhat might this problem be, and how could I help?โ€


โ€œWell, outside, in the deep dark forest, there have been sightings of . . . things that resemble ghosts. Fairytale ghosts. Of princesses and princes and our animal ancestors walking through the forest, reliving those famous fairy tales of our childhood. The past is mingling with the present, and if we do not stop it soon, the whole world will crumble and fold into the time continuum.โ€


Alkaid thought back to the woman, man and animals he had seen and described them to the Chief.


โ€œYes, that seems about right, but you wonโ€™t be able to start today because as you can see, the sun is rising and you will have to go back into the sky.โ€


โ€œHow did you know that I was a star?โ€ asked Alkaid.


โ€œI know many things. Anyhoo, Iโ€™ll see you tomorrow.โ€


Alkaid nodded in agreement and floated up into the early dawn sky hurriedly before it decided to shut him out. Once he settled himself back into his place at the end of the handle, his siblings pestered him with questions that, if you will believe it, he was ready to answer.


โ€œWhereโ€™ve you been?โ€ shouted Merak from the bottom of the Dipper.


โ€œWent on a quick trip to Pluto.โ€


โ€œWhatโ€™d you do there?โ€ Phad asked.


โ€œChecked on how the people are doing there.โ€


โ€œAnd when did you decide to turn nice?โ€ asked snobby Dubhe.


โ€œVery funny, youโ€™re the one whoโ€™s mean.โ€


โ€œOh really?โ€


โ€œYes really.โ€


โ€œWell then Alkie-โ€œ


โ€œOkay,โ€ said Allioth who was smack in the middle of us, โ€œlet's just agree that both of you are mediocre, got it?โ€


The rest of us nodded and grumbled along except for Dubhe, for he thought he was the best in the whole universe and none should interfere with such stars. Alkaid went to sleep dreaming about Dubhe as the young woman he had seen in the forest.


It was quite amusing.ย 


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The next night Alkaid slipped away onto Earth quite easily now, for his other 6 siblings were arguing about the worthiness of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.


Following his memory back into the clearing, he walked up to the Chief for instructions on his assignment.


โ€œGood day! What might I be doing?โ€ He asked.


โ€œHello again! I will now explain what you will be doing; yesterday I did not have enough time. Take this-โ€œ


He handed Alkaid a glass jar encrusted with sapphires, not unlike the ones on his throne and continued, โ€œWhenever you see such fairytale ghosts, you have to sweep a bit of them into this jar. You must do it quickly or else all the past ghosts you have collected will escape and then youโ€™ll have to start all over again. And before you ask me why you are doing this-,โ€ (he might've read Alkaidโ€™s mind),โ€ the creator of these tales, Hans Christian Andersen, is buried somewhere in this forest and he is getting restless. Once youโ€™ll collect the ghosts of his 50 most spoken tales, you will pour them over him which will hopefully settle his thirst. That is all.โ€


โ€œHow many tales has he written?โ€ asked Alkaid.


โ€œ160, so you will be only collecting a fraction of his repertoire.โ€


โ€œAlso, why is it now? Why is he restless?โ€


โ€œIt will soon be his 300th birthday.โ€


โ€œHmm, why 300?โ€


โ€œWell, as you know, 300 is the unlucky number for many things.โ€


Alkaid nodded and said, โ€œThank you for your guidance, Iโ€™ll begin my work now.โ€


The Chief nodded back, they bid farewell and off Alkaid went into the deep, dark forest.


Alkaid trudged through the forest, trying to think about the many ants, beetles and worms squirming underneath the ground, possibly trying to eat him up. The only thing that Alkaid remembered from his original life, his life before a star, was that bugs were the worst and that everyone should detest them. Discussion finished.


After a short time of wandering through the darkness, Alkaid saw something.


He saw a family of ducks, one mother and 6 ducklings, walk by in their faded yellows.


Well, except for one.


One little duckling was a gray ashy colour, like the remains of a fire or a cloud in a storm. It waddled behind the others, struggling to keep up because the mother didnโ€™t seem to bother looking after it. Alkaid quietly followed them, watching how whatever they did, the family made sure to leave the grey one out. Alkaid pitied the little duckling greatly, for oneโ€™s family shouldnโ€™t ignore, they should love.


Once the family had paused at a riverbank to drink water, Alkaid leapt forward and swung the open jar through the grey duckling and its family, capturing them like smoke. Grey and yellow smoke swirled around in the jar rapidly while Alkaid screwed on the top tight. The smoke settled down at the bottom of the jar and replayed the scene: the grey duckling chasing after the family, them ignoring, then pausing at the riverbed. It then repeated over and over like a record. He was almost mesmerized by it, so he went out looking for more.


That was Alkaidโ€™s first Moment. At the end of the night, he had caught The Princess and The Pea, The Snow Queen and Thumbelina, all the clips and stories mingling together inside the jar like lives that refused to collide. He had collected 4, so 46 left.


Once he had travelled back up to his place in the sky again, Alkaid realized he had no place to put his jar. He couldnโ€™t hide it anywhere for the sky didnโ€™t have any cupboards hanging around. After a second he thought that he could open a void and drop it in there, but his siblings were faster.


โ€œHey, Alkie! Whereโ€™ve you been?โ€ asked Megrez.


โ€œIโ€™ve . . . uh . . . I went . . .โ€


Alkaid was running out of excuses, because heโ€™s already used up 101, and he didnโ€™t have any left. All this time he had been lying because if he didnโ€™t he would โ€œwill be banished to the very edge of the universe and then blown upโ€.


โ€œAlkie? Hello?โ€


โ€œSorry, I just . . .โ€


โ€œJust what?โ€


โ€œSounds like heโ€™s gone down to Earth, came back up and doesnโ€™t know what to say,โ€ chuckled Phecda. All the other stars joined in too.


โ€œYes.โ€


โ€œYes what?โ€


โ€œ. . . Iโ€™ve been down to Earth.โ€


โ€œWHAT?โ€ all of Alkaidโ€™s siblings yelled in disbelief.


โ€œFor 101 days. This is my 102nd.โ€


โ€œWHAT- actually? Do you remember the first rule? The most important one?โ€


โ€œYes, I do, I was just so anxious to get down there, so I did.โ€


โ€œWhy?โ€ they all asked at once.


โ€œ. . . I wanted to help them because they were looking quite desperate, polluting the Earth, ignoring it and the animals. . . I saw things you all wouldnโ€™t see in your nightmares. I wanted to help.โ€


Silence. The siblings were in disbelief, but instead of scolding once more, Allioth screamed, โ€œEveryone! Whoever can hear me, spread this message far and wide, โ€˜till it reaches the edges of the universe! Meet at the Big Dipper for a special announcement! It involves Earth. Note: Do not tell this to the authorities. That wonโ€™t be good. Anyhoo, see you!โ€


They all looked at Allioth with disbelief.


โ€œWhat?โ€


And they all smiled.


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By the end of the next day, almost 100 billion stars were gathered around Alkaid.


It was a bit much, if you asked him.


โ€œDid you really go down to Earth?โ€


โ€œHow many times?โ€


โ€œWhat is it like? Is there still dinosaurs?โ€


โ€œWhat-โ€


โ€œOkay. Before we leave, could you all quiet down a bit? Itโ€™s a bit noisy, so I canโ€™t remember where the zipper is,โ€ said Alkaid. All the stars chatter slowly receded to silence, like a teacher reprimanding a class. Once they had all quieted down, Alkaid closed his eyes and started pushing through the crowd, feeling his way through. At the end of the crowd, he opened his eyes, reached forward and grabbed a zipper hanging down from the sky. Alkaid tugged down and when the void opened up, the crowd cheered loudly behind him.


โ€œOkay, line up single file!โ€


All the stars pushed and shoved each other to get to the front of the line, which stretched many kilometres long. The first in line was Polaris, also known as the North Star, because he had heard Alliothโ€™s announcement early, for the North Star hears everything.ย 


Alkaid said, โ€œClose your eyes and think about Snow White.โ€


โ€œWhy, might I ask?โ€


โ€œOh, it is just preparing you for whatโ€™s down there.โ€


Polaris nodded and didnโ€™t argue while Alkaid peered into the void. After giving a thumbs up, Polaris jumped in and went tumbling into space and time.


Alkaid repeated that procedure almost 100 billion times until the only stars left were his siblings.


โ€œSee you down there,โ€ said Mizar and jumped into the pocket.


โ€œYou should thank me for getting all these stars here! Otherwise this wouldnโ€™t be happening,โ€ said Allioth.


โ€œYou know what? Going down to Earth shouldโ€™ve been my idea; no one wouldโ€™ve guessed it would be you,โ€ said Megrez.


โ€œThis was quite an out-of-this-world idea, isnโ€™t it?โ€ said Phecda.


โ€œMaybe you can be kind after all. Not that I doubted you at first,โ€ said Merak.


โ€œYouโ€™re hiding more than we know; but donโ€™t worry, Iโ€™ll find it all out, for no secrets are safe from me,โ€ exclaimed Dubhe dramatically and finally cannonballed into the void.


Alkaid sighed from all his siblings' comments and thought to himself, I really am lucky to have them, even though they prod me annoyingly often.


With that, Alkaid jumped into the pocket and closed the zipper behind him, tumbling through space, time and knotted up souls.


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114 comments

13:24 Apr 06, 2021

*clap clap clap clap clap clap clap* I REALLY loved this concept. Like seriously I never would've thought of this! You did a great job moving the story forward. Yeah this was great, gj!

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*:DDD* Thank youuuu!!! <333

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Kate Reynolds
00:49 Apr 06, 2021

OMG I LOVED THIS TOO MUCHHHHHHHHHHHH I CANNOT STOP OBSESSING OVER HOW WELL ITS WRITTEN, AND THE IDEA OF STARS AND CONNECTING IT WITH FAIRYTALES- WONDERFUL JOB

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THANK YOU SM KATEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE aWwW THANK YOUUU :D I really like writing about stars, like half of my poems are about them XD :DDDD THANKSSSS

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Kate Reynolds
01:33 Apr 06, 2021

OFCCCCCCCCCC XD yeah, stars are fun to write about!!! No problemmmmmmm

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:DDDDDDDD yasssss <33333

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Kate Reynolds
01:57 Apr 06, 2021

<333333

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00:09 Apr 06, 2021

*clap clap clap clap clap* This was oUt oF tHiS wOrLd! (Get it?) I love the idea that Hans Christian Andersen is getting restless, so the characters of his fairy tales are somewhat alive. Truly creative. I would ask you how you got those ideas, but I'm going to guess that it came from doing exercises in Taekwondo lol Descriptions are great, and the plot is ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป Loved this! Great job!! :D

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:DDD lol yes I doooo Thanks! I kinda got the idea from a book called "Nightbooks" by J.A. White. It kinda has the restless thing in it :) lol actually, I got it during math. ;) shankssssss :D Thank youuuuuuuu <33

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00:45 Apr 06, 2021

XDD Np! :D

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:DDDD how far are you into your story?

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00:48 Apr 06, 2021

1393 words. AnD i StIlL hAvEn'T mEt ThE pRoMpT! hOoRaY! *jazz hands*

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lol, I was maybe close to 2000 words before I got the deer in XDD

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OH MY GOSHHH SO. GOOD. I loved the names, and the plot was so capturing! You always manage to get the best and most random ideas, and this is one of my favourites XD The pun though- vErY cLeVeR The characters personalities were so fun to read and the entire story was enjoyable and beautiful! HOW ARE YOU SO GOOD AT THIS? I love your writing lol eek. How did you come up with the names? They're so good- like GENIUS. LOVE ITTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT

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I really was confused when I saw your name XD shankssssssss :) everything is random on my profile lol yessss :) :DDDD lol thanksss! They're not actually my names, they're the names of the stars in the Big Dipper :P :DDD THANKSSSSSSSSS

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XD ehehehe LOL that's why everyone loves youuu oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh I had a similar idea a while back to use the names of the stars in Cancer or just stars in general (hence: Cygnus) YOUR WELCOMEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

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Lol, should I change mine? XD Everyone does NOT love me :p Ahhhh ok got it :DDDDD

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YESSSSSS YEAH THEY DOOOOOOOOOOOOOO heheheeheh

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18:22 Apr 06, 2021

I loved your "My mother once told me" poem. I almost cried because my sister and I had the same relationship before she passed away. Thank you for writing it it reminded me how much of life we need to survive.

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18:23 Apr 06, 2021

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thank you sm Carla!!! oh :'( I hope you're okay now <333 ehehe thankssss

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13:20 Apr 07, 2021

Yea I'm fine now :) Thanks for asking!!

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Oh okay, thatโ€™s good I donโ€™t have an account, but I can use I on someone elseโ€™s >;) why?

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oh okay, but I don't think I can :|

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yay!!!! this was great! will you be continuing it?

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thank you!!! No, it's just a stand-alone story :>

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oh... :( oh well, it was still great!

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gAh those first lines. Like... wow. You kinda actually give me the vibe of Neil Gaiman... but like as a teen girl. You combine so many different elements of whimsy and darker tones and it's wsvyuhijfbdjskd. I am speechless :)

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lol thankssss Ethan! :D thank youuu :) I like writing double meanings; they're fUn

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11:17 Apr 06, 2021

For me, these prompts are so hard, but you nailed it! I love anything to do with astronomy or stars/space, so I immediately knew I would love this story, and you didn't prove me wrong. Connecting stars with fairytales: now that's genius. The way they *talked* to one another basically brought them to life, and your ideas are always so creative! Great job!!!

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thanks!!! :D thank you so muchhhh! Thank youuuu <333

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Can you please read this story and tell the author what you think? In return I will read this story too <3 https://blog.reedsy.com/creative-writing-prompts/contests/87/submissions/60975/

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Ooooh this was gRaTe ๐Ÿง€๐Ÿง€๐Ÿง€๐Ÿง€๐Ÿง€๐Ÿง€๐Ÿง€๐Ÿง€๐Ÿง€๐Ÿง€๐Ÿง€๐Ÿง€ This was the toughest prompt and your nailed ittttt, btw, bomb pt 3 out

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I thought I responded but guess I didnโ€™t ;p sorry THANK YOU! was this the hardest one? now that I think about it, yeah XD Yes I know, Iโ€™ll read it soon :)

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wow! The imagery was very vivid, I could nearly picture it perfectly! I saw some humor in there, as always ;) really super duper job! I loved the animals and nature (of course), and I liked that the stars were the main characters (also ofc)! I REALLY LOVED THIS STORY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! like a lot, if you can't tell :)))) The title was great and everything was super duper!!!!!!!! I think this became my new fav story of yours ;) L.W.

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thank you!!!! eheheh there's always some :) thankssss!!! THANK YOU (again) <333 lol :D :] I was gonna name it something else that sounded too cliche lol, so I changed it :) :OOOOO wowwwww wOoHoOoO

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welcome :))) ehehe yup :))) your welcome your welcome again ;) :PPP your story your rules :) hehehe :DDDDD

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:DD :) :D lol :) :) :] :DDDDDD

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lots of faces lol :DDDDDD so, what's something interesting or puzzling about you?

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yeah XD :DDD I like broccoli only with this specific brand of ranch that I tried when I was 7, so haven't eaten broccoli since then XD

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hi! So the names aren't mine (lol), they're the names of all the stars in the Big Dipper, and the North Star's name really is Polaris :) I tried to make it sound a bit...oLdY and fAnCy XD tell me if that worked lol is the title good? If not, suggestions :) Hope you like it!!!! ~ Amethyst

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Arwen Dove
06:02 May 03, 2021

Amazing!!

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Tru Sorcerer
14:38 May 01, 2021

ooh yur poem is literally sooooo.... heartwarming? it just has meaning!, thank you so much, Amuh, for sharin' it!

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thank you Tru!!!! :DD it was fun to write :]

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Tru Sorcerer
14:28 May 01, 2021

ooh me god, I can't believe yur style, Amuh, it's sooooo cool, especially with the metaphors! just awesome! Happy Today!, Amuh!

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thank youuuuuuuuuuuu <333 you too!

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Ameeee standing ovation for Ameeeeeeeee this was amazing!!!! Beautiful narrative at the beginning, it set the scene in a way that I didnt realize until farther into the story. You always have really goo personification in all of your stories. Turning stars into beings and having them a community and everything, so cooooooooool. Your stories always seem to have an interesting fantasy element that's so original and it just feels like an "Ame touch" :D Along with that, your stories always turn in a way I'm never expecting so I'm holding on to ...

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XDD thank youuuuuuu :)))) sHaNk yOuUUUU oml thank you <3 ehehe yeah they are unexpected XDD thank you! :DDDD thank youuuuuuuuuuu nO. (sorry but also not too sorry XD) it's fine, I'm behind on a lot too :)

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they areeeee <333 no, it's fine mom, I'm not crying over fictional characters again. I promise. okkkk fineeeeeeee ;)

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Jose Valdivia
20:07 Apr 10, 2021

I just read your poem story in your bio and it was so sad and beautiful at the same time. I love how the beginning and the ending are linked. :) Also, ๐Ÿฏ

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thank you so much!!! eheh thanks

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Jose Valdivia
20:26 Apr 10, 2021

No problem! I really meant every word I said. If you ever write another poem story like that, Iโ€™ll read it. It was really good! :))))

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:) aw thank you! I am writing another poem for a school anthology collection, so I could put it in my bio when I'm done :)

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Jose Valdivia
20:31 Apr 10, 2021

Yay! Iโ€™d love to read it. Youโ€™re so talentedddd!

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sHaNks ~such high praise~ XD thank you!!!

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13:12 Apr 09, 2021

New story! :D

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YAHOO OKAY ILL READ IT SOOON

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21:12 Apr 09, 2021

Thank you! :D

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21:26 Apr 09, 2021

:)

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hiiii yeah lol yep :) wbu?

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Ello :D I'm don't quite know how to describe the mood-I'm eating ice-pops, feeding my dog kibble, and playing piano so...Okay I s'pose. Perhaps I'll come back one day, you never know. 'Till next time!

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that sounds good :) ok...tell me when you do <3 T_T you too (^ไบบ^)

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