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Weeping Willow Ch.1 Spirit of HalloweenI don't quite remember what happened to me... All I remember is running... running as fast as I could...Then... I remember red flames engulfing my body... I was so scared... I was being burned alive I guess... and I couldn't move at the time...But when I opened my eyes I was leaned against a burned wooden cross... and the moon was shining down on me as people walked away... I felt alive... but so hallow at the same time... because when I called out to the people and tried to touch them... they fazed through me... and they couldn't hear or see me...My name? I guess its Willow, Weeping Willow, at least that's what the moon told me... the night I woke up...I'm suppose to be the spirit of Halloween... No one believes in me though, no one knows I exist...And all the other spirits avoid me... being alone hurts... I don't want to be alone any more...A girl with long wazy raven black hair hopped from tree branch to tree branch through a forest with leafless trees and twisted branches, he
An Odd child11 years ago...A little girl at the age of 5 laid on the floor and continued to draw with a black crayon. She had big green eyes with brown around the pupils, long black hair, bangs cut just above her eyes, thin eyes brows, one with a small scar, and light tan skin.A big brown and yellow dog laid in front of her with his head rests on his paws as he watch the child with his big brown eyes. The little girl picked up the pink crayon and starts coloring as the god stood up and began to growl."Huh? Whats wrong Bart?" she asked him sitting up, a chuckle was hear and she turned around to face a very tall man with grey skin. He was dressed in a black robe and had spiky black hair. He smelled of smoke, and was as thin as the child crayons, he had long claw like nails, and golden eyes, the girl stared into the pools of gold speechless."Well well... it would appear, you can see me Little one..." The man knelt down to her level as the dog started to bark, the little girl didn't move, nor did