The Life of a Missing Person

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I found this in my brain, but I never meant it. I love you mom and dad! P.S. I don't know if the title has ANYTHING to do with the brain barf, I think not. P.P.S. PLEASE EDIT!

Submitted: January 26, 2010

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Submitted: January 26, 2010



they say we have a beautiful view, but I beg to differ. in the winter you can see the houses around us, and the city, by day, and you can see the city by night all year long. But the inn keepers still show off their sad misfortune as if it were only by pure luck that they could call it their own. the saddest part about this is that i am required to live, sleep, eat, and all me OTHER necessaries in this house and around these people. Lucky for me I have another boarder to divert their attention some times, by he is not much better than my hosts. During the day I am employed by the king to go through my knight training. The one thing that they never tell you in the fairy-tales is that you go face to face with dragons in raining so you get the experience. what i don't understand the most is why we train with more than one dragon at a time, when the real knights have one dragon. Luckily we always deal with the dragons in groups. one thing they don't cover in training s how to be a inn keeper, and that is what i hate the most. If they had taught the inn keepers how to be inn keepers, dragons to be dragons, boarders to be boarders they might actually show their true identities as parents, teachers, and brothers. Even though I said what I meant and I meant what I said, I still don't like our view.

Noah Mann

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