InnocenceThere had been a time when he was innocent and knew nothing of what the war entailed. Why shouldn't he? He had been just "born" in a sense and had hardly known anything about life. The only teachers he were given were also innocent. The first one, his trainer counterpart, barely left an impact but it was his other teachers, his friends, who sparked his mind and filled it with hope. People that were just like him: ANONs.Innocence1 year ago in Drama
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Tsubaki had been the one to teach him about the world and all its wonders. She taught him about the days before the war ever started, of the time when fighting was enjoyable and just for laughs. She weaved stories of the heroes and villains, sang of adventure and romance, emphasized light and good. He loved everything he heard. He loved her most of all. Her voice, her snow-white hair, her ruby red eyes, he loved it all. So what if they didn't have time on their side? The moments they spent together were enough to make up for it.
He dreamed of a world where ANON
Pie in the SkyIf someone were to bake you a pie, say, your mother, or your grandmother, or perhaps someone trying to drug you with horse tranquilisers so that you would be incapacitated while they stole all of your good dinner plates, your first course of action would probably be to eat it. You would not, except maybe in the situation involving horse tranquilisers, take the freshly baked pie and lob it into the air for no good reason. You can see how to do so would be highly impractical, as all it would accomplish would be to ruin a perfectly good pie that you would've been better off eating, even if it was drugged.Pie in the Sky1 year ago in Humor
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For this reason, the expression 'pie in the sky' has come to mean 'a scheme or activity that is completely impractical.' Usually the idiom has little to no relation to actual pies, but in the case of the Baudelaires' latest escapade, pie would certainly be involved.
At this very moment, on a somewhat busy street corner in downtown Papen County, Violet Baudelaire, seventeen years, eleven