---My daughter was about the age of 5 when one day, while she was playing in the park, she stopped in front of a large birch tree.More Like This
She then started to bawl.
I ran over, and put my hand on her shoulder, hugging her close.
I then asked her what was wrong.
"Sister's up there mommy. Help her."
I didn't respond.
"Help her mommy. She's dying."
Her sister died because the umbilical cord was wrapped around her neck
And she was born 3 years before my daughter was.
-----My mother was a quiet woman.More Like This
Somtimes, though, I would wake up, and she would be sitting at the edge of my bed. I would try to speak, but she would put a fingers to my lips to shush me.
When my father would arrive home, she would get up and crawl back into the closet.
Battlefield terraTheir love was like a stone wall that stood strong in the moment of battle and heat.More Like This
The canons had stopped firing, and the battlefield was quiet and seemed empty, yet enemies hid behind every bush and every wall, then they watched. They watched as Dumuzi stepped out from behind a large, tinted silver pillar that stood to about 15 feet. He looked around, and took a few cautious steps out, every step making him whimper in fear as the sticks cracked under his feet. BS-E's army was quick, and unexpected. They pillaged the troll's hideout, and KILLED Alex. Sure, it was quick, but her screams echoed through out the whole palace. There was only one person Dumuzi actually worried for, though. The person who had loved him and the person he loved.
Tyler. Tyler the dragon.
Dumuzi started to panic, for he saw his husky lover no where. He yelped, and ran throughout the torn through field. Then he saw him. Tyler was standing on the field, bloody and beaten. Dumuzi gasped and began to tear up, runni