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Rabbits Cannot Cry

Levi, since birth, had been a sight to behold. For one, her fur was white in stark contrast to her siblings who were brown. Furthermore, her ears were twice as long as her siblings’ and her eyes were huge and white with red irises. As she grew up, a mass of long and thick black hair grew from her head. As an unfortunate finishing touch, sharp dagger-like teeth protruded from where her rabbit teeth should have grown. As nobody knew why Levi was born the way she was, the other rabbits wondered why her mother had not left her to die when she was still a kitten. Normally, when deformed kittens were born, their mothers would ignore them. But Levi’s mother loved her all the same. Because the other kittens were terrified of her, Levi spent most of her days as a lone hunter. Her teeth were not made to chew the grass outside the warren nor the vegetables the others had to steal from the farmers’ gardens. So secretly, and under the tutelage of foxes, she stalked the meadows and farms in search of…
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Prince of Dragons

“No, no, it wasn’t me!” “You killed Princess Verona! It was your fault!” “No, Father! It was Sebastian’s fault! He put the heart beside me while I slept!” “Then why is her blood on your hands?” “Father, please! You have to believe me!” “Do as you wish, Queen Arianna. He is no longer my son.” “Nooooooooo!”
My head jerked awake as I screamed and my eyes opened up to reality again. The first thing I saw was the dark outline of the trees encircling me, then the wooden bridge ahead creaking, and a frying pan hitting my head. I growled in frustration as I remembered why I was where I was. “Thanks for ruining my beauty sleep, cretin!” Princess Mallory yells from the tower. I rubbed my scaly green temples. As fun as it was to get away with burning people to cinders, I had been trying to teach myself self-control, but Princess Mallory was the third-most demanding princess I had ever had to guard until her prince came or until she shrivelled up like a prune. With gritted teeth, I tried to go back to …

Positive Mental Attitude!

Today's been a great day so far. It's Brunei's 34th National Day today and the parade, from what I've seen on Instagram and Facebook, was spectacular! As in people-holding-up-coloured-pieces-of-paper-to-make-fantastic-pictures spectacular!

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