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Charon by The creature walked through the deserted town of Samadie Her legs felt strange She was used to sand and rocks thegrass she heardwas to much for her They tickled her pawed feet She heard a noise behind her A human girl ran out from a what is itbush The child not knowing what this creature was or where it came from ran behind her and clucthed her leg A spike fiend was chasing her The vile creature jumped at the creature claws extended The beast was killed with two cracks of her whip The child looked up at the beast which saved her life The girl child was no older than two She had long blond hair and brown eyes Her light blue dress was ripped and tattered The creature had pointed ears paws and legs that bent forward and then backwards What are you said the girl Uh who are you I am Charon said the monster The saber cat Sabercat But you come from the desert dont you Yes said Charon her tail going limp I made the mistake of going through some portal to get away from Her voice went low Diablo He changed my sisters into monsters I was the only one to get away Her tail was dropping lower than it seemed possible Picha Pichara said the girl in amazement A monster with a heart Picha Pichara meant Spell of Apocolypse but she didnt know that She thought it sounded cool so she said it she was surprised She looked at Charon She was humming a few bars from Come Sail Away Im began the girl Her voice dropped when Charon looked at her with burning voilet eyes Hortence Your eyes are purple Oh said Charon Its a birth defect Hortence huh she bent down and picked up the edge of Hortences dress You need new close And a new name Look at me Hortence didnt look
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