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This diary entry is written by ‹Emafie›. ( View all entries )

Aplecragg VillageCategory: (general)
Tuesday, 14 October 2008
02:31:51 PM (GMT)
There's never been so much sorrow
Between the people and the land
Then in a small little village
Outside the busy town bands

Next to a dark, wooded moor
Tucked away from the public's view
Lies a little picturesque village
Covered in the cold autumn dew

People slumbering in their homes
Silent, cold and afraid
Whilst the night creatures rule below 
In the village that they made

The humans are forbidden 
To the festivals and dances
Not that they would even go
For the dangers that are prancing

The characters that you will find
Bustling in the streets
Be careful as you pass them
Or you will be black and blue with beats

The weather is very bleak
As the rain and snow spillage
But avoid it if you can
The little town of Aplecragg Village

The whistling wind blew through the bare tree's as the last leaves fell to the cold,
dew-covered ground.
Looking out of her window, Laveda looked down at the dirty, dark street. The sun
setting, hiding behind the tall, leaning buildings. As soon as she saw the last
glimpse of it, the curtain was snatched infront of her view.
"What have I told you about looking out the window!!! You could summon some demon
after us because of your foolishness and curiosity!!!" Her mother hissed at her,
tugging Laveda's arm away from the window.
"Mum! There's no such things as demons, they're just like us!" Laveda squabbled as
her thin, messy mother dragged her to the wooden bench.
"I'll have no such words spoken in this house," And she knelt at the cross on the
wall. "Now sit and pray with me Laveda, sit and pray." And her mother bowed her head
in prayer.
Laveda knelt beside her large, family and bowed her head aswell but did not utter a
word. She did not have faith in such beliefs as her mother or the rest of her
rag-tail family.
Instead of praying, she thought about the outside world that she was so 'naive' about
and invented a way to sneak out of these traditional sermons and find out for herself
what they were like and if there really were 'demons'.

That night, whilst in bed with her three other sisters, she thought of her day and
found several times that she could escape this prison of a home. She was determined
to go, discover what they were really like. Why her family was cramped into the house
with no freedom and no space.
Tomorrow was the day and she was going...

ur_not_a_virgin_harry_potter says:   14 October 2008   488784  
skillllll diary
‹Sophie<3› says:   15 October 2008   648239  
wow..thats awsome
My_Cold_Little_Crime says:   15 October 2008   323812  


‹Emafie› says:   16 October 2008   879761  
thx ^^
The_Dead_Writer says :   13 November 2008   635847  
I like your poem at the beginning! It's very well thought out.

As for the Story, I like how you wrote it. It has feeling to it, I
guess you could say. Once I read the next chapter, I'll know how I
like the plot.


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