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Some where in the sands

Post by Guest on Sun Jan 03, 2010 11:44 am

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Post by Guest on Tue Feb 09, 2010 11:21 pm

inari smiles in the dark as she dos a high pitched whislte there is a loud roar from under the sands...... loud stomping an the head of a beast pokes it head out. inari huhes what she can of the massive head an the beast dos a a groan and nuzzles inari a little. "come on time for a nice long walk..." inari begins walking an the beast raise its self out of the sands. "your so big bliss..."

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Post by Guest on Wed Feb 10, 2010 9:18 am

Tobi was sitting in the sand not far away. He had sand all over him and was staring up at the sky. "So...hot," He muttered, wiping his brow. He lifted his hand up in front of his face and touched the transmutation circle tattooed into his palm. Almost immediately, he was surrounded by three huge blocks of ice. "Ah," He said, "Better." But the ice had already started to melt. He groaned."Stupid heat," He muttered.

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Post by Guest on Sun Feb 14, 2010 12:38 pm

he sees a shadow behide the ice an a growling sound like no animal hes ever herd of. there is a girls voice that can be herd. "down bliss no need to kill any one in the sands.... lets go in to town for your snack." the moster scratches at the ice an starts its walk to town which is a few days away walking.

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Post by Guest on Mon Feb 15, 2010 5:48 am

Tobi looked up at the voice. "Hello?" He called out uncertainly.

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Post by Guest on Tue Jun 29, 2010 5:41 pm

"The Wisdom of the Sands" is a collection of Saint-Exupery's very personal reflections published posthumously as a series of parables. The rhythm of his lonely, compassionate, and mystical voice in this work enraptured me. The work concludes with the most profound and moving essay on friendship that I have ever read, one that far transcends his well-known fable "The Little Prince." His reflections on loneliness will resonate with anyone who has struggled with not succumbing to despair, and who has instead found God and love and compassion at the far end of this struggle.
Saint-Exupery weaves his great love for the vast, lonely, and empty Saharan desert of his youth that he crossed many times in the 1920s pioneering airmail routes for Air France with personal reflections and understandings of the Biblical mysteries that transpired in this same corner of the earth thousands of years ago. He returned to the African desert in the last days of his life, where he was based as a P-38 reconnaisance pilot in a world that had turned ugly and that ultimately, I believe, broke his heart, based on the sad voice that resonates from these pages, one trying to make peace with the earth and with life before he dies.

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