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A blissful moon rose above the stormy night sky, as thunder wailed upon the hills of Sender’s eye. A solemn haze swept a thick fog in front of my gaze. All I could see was the deep dark depths of the occasional tree, and the light set ablaze by my lantern. The candle’s wick was wallowing in atrophy as it’s flame swung like a pendulum in the cold night’s burn. The tracks ahead of me lay in steel and iron, as wood planks sat atop the bearings. A whistle cried out in misty haze of shadow, and a light beamed upon my eyes; a beacon of death penetrated my soul. I jumped quickly into the grass as my face planted itself within it’s cold dew. The train thundered down the tracks roaring, as it’s wheels spun atop the wet steel. The train vanished into the ominous air, as I lay like a corpse in the mud. …


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Clouds of darkness loomed over my head as I peered up into the sky. Frank whimpered as we wandered through the open fields of grass. Frank’s fur glowed a bright red, and his eyes were colder than ice. The sky grew grim, as shards of purple illuminated within the clouds over the chaparral.

“Jack, tell that mut to shut up,” Randy said with a slight twang to his voice. A loud roar brought a shockwave of disturbance along the prairie. Black clouds of smoke soared into the sky, as a hot flame exploded onto the grass. Randy glowed with the orange heat of the fire, his eyes and hair were blacker than the night sky, and he wore yellow from head to toe. …

Kyle Carter

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