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Ashton Noir: The Faceless BoyShe lays alone in her room.
The white Christmas lights are hanging off loose nails in the wall, above her day bed, twinkling like the stars.
She listens to Chopin, as her mind wanders.
She loves to listen to the music flowing from the keys, as she ponders, and lets her imagination run.
She thinks about the faceless boy. The boys pale fingers, dancing across the black and white keys.
He is very determined, in his own world, as he loses himself into the sound. She wonders if he even realizes she's there.
There was always something special, about grand pianos. Her father used to own one, that sat like an elephant in the room.
It merely sat on the blue carpet, layers of dust forming on the black wood. One day she sat in front of it, sizing it up, and curiously started pressing the keys, trying to create her own melodies. "Listen to me play!" she used to say, every day. She had no idea what she was doing of course. But it always sounded like perfect musi
Dimension Army: The Private Assembly (Ch.1 Pt.2) "Name?" a voice said as I snapped out of my daze. I looked up, the person had thinning hair and glasses. A school secretary, there are so many of them, but I always seem to remember their faces. "Name, please?" he repeated in a louder voice, I guess he thought I didn't hear him.
"Uh..." my mind went blank and for a moment, "Zaltana Zaya?" I finally spit out. He looked at me like I had four heads, and then looked onto a computer screen.
"I.D. Please?" he said. I reached into the pocket of my dress and pulled out my wallet, and gave him my I.D. card. He scanned it, and then the scanner made a beeping noise.
"Right hand please." my nose crinkled, he had a bit of a nasally voice. I stuck my right hand out and he took the same scanner he scanned my card with, and held it above the back of my hand. He pressed a button on it, and it sprayed some strange chemical on me that I only felt, and couldn'
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