Part One--A Story by Storyteller and Poem Girl


Pernisia


Pernisia Inkwell was what one would consider a perfectly normal girl to whom strange things never happened but there you would be wrong. For a string of events were soon to have her tumbling in the strangest places she’d ever seen 

I slammed the door as I entered the house and rushed up to my room.
 
“I can’t do this I really can’t.” I plopped down on my bed and sobbed into the pillow.

“Nisia?” 

I threw the pillow at the door.

“Nisia I know you’re upset. We all are but, your father had to take this transfer.” 

“But I don’t want to go!” I cried. 

“Pernisia Ann Inkwell you’re being a child!” 

“No, no you don’t understand!” 

“Fine you can stay up here until you change your attitude,” she sighed. “I hope you feel better about this soon. I love you, honey.” 

I ignored her; rolled over and closed my eyes until I heard my mothers footsteps fade away. A moment later something attracted my gaze to the door. A faint light illuminated from the deep in the wood, and I stared at it so hard my eyes hurt. I got up and slowly stepped towards it. I hesitated before opening the door and gasped when I did for what I saw wasn’t the carpeted hallway at all not even close! 

In front of me was the greenest grass I’d ever seen, and a long glittering stream flowed peacefully in distance; the tree’s all glowed green as well, but they didn’t look like any trees I’d ever seen before. The sky wasn’t blue as it was outside my window it was a mixed shade of purple, blue and pink, like an everlasting sunset is this real! I wondered aloud, and then suddenly I lost all reserve and stepped right through; the door closed behind me with a loud *thud* I turned around; the door was gone I couldn’t leave.

(Chapter by Poem Girl)

Rowan

I stealthily stalked the deer in front of me. I reached for my dagger that was thrust in belt, readying to throw it towards the unsuspecting creature.

Before the deer what on earth was going on, I flipped out of my hiding space and thrust the dagger deep into its body. It fell, before it hit the ground I caught and laid it down gently. Who knew who would come at the sound of a deer thumping on the ground. I did not want to find enemies in the place that I had only lived in for about a year. So far, I had not met many human beings. And if I had, they were mostly long gone. Either they had been scared off, or I had been forced to protect myself and had probably killed them.

I was glad that I had found that piece of leather awhile back, so that my loosely curled light red hair with the gold streaks wouldn't get into my multi-colored eyes. With my lightly tanned hand I quickly got the deer ready to be packaged away.

I did not have a home in this place, but roamed freely so as not to be held down by anything,  whether by a shelter of my creation or perhaps a pet that I might have found if I had stayed in one place more than just a night.

I just finished getting the most meat that I could get off the deer, leaving the rest for the wild animals to feast on, when there was a scream and something heavy landed on top of me...

(Chapter by me, Storyteller)

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21 comments:

  1. Interesting... hope to see more soon!

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  2. Dear Storyteller,
    Okay so I did the page what am I supposed to do now?
    Your Friend
    Poem Girl

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    1. Write on it that it doesn't include email. Add that you'll put a link to the blog of the person that you're doing. Make a nice little award or something that people can pull off and put on their blog. And then make some questions for them to answer in the comments!! :)

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  3. Dear Storyteller,
    Nevermind I figured it out you can take the interview now.
    Your Friend
    PG

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  4. Very cool! Rowan = awesome name. Rowan is a girl, right? :)

    ~Madeline

    P.S. If you ever want to, I'd love to create a story with 'ya. :)

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    1. Yes, Rowan is DEFINITELY a girl. I know!! I love the name Rowan!! :)

      I would LOVE to write a story with you, Madeline!! :) How Poem Girl and I have been doing it is that one of us writes a chapter in a comment and then sends it in, and the other copies and pastes it onto a post and writes their chapter. I'd be happy to do the comments on your blog, if you want, or we can do it on mine. :)

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    2. Another strong female character, I hope. ;)

      Yay! I really don't care either which way we do it. Who should start the story?

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    3. P.S. I'd like to post it on my Red Leather Boots blog, because that one is all sad and bare. :( :)

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    4. You can bet that Rowan's a strong character!! =D I don't know what I'd do if she wasn't... =P

      OK, sounds good!! :) If you can, please post on Red Leather Boots about your character, and then I'll reply in a comment about mine. Sound good? :)

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    5. Okay. I'll do that either on Friday or Saturday. :D

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  5. Hey Storyteller
    I am following your blog!
    I like the story...=D

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    1. Hey, Maya!!!
      lolololol PB you goober!!!!! =D
      Thanks!! :)

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  6. I've tagged you at my blog!
    http://lifeofamihomeschooler.blogspot.com/2012/11/all-about-elevensies.html

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    1. Thanks so much, Jessa Bri!!!!! :) I'll go and check it out!!! ;D

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  7. Another great story! :D Can't wait for more!

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