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    dots Submission Name: Dare to Dreamdots

    Author: koolness
    ASL Info:    17/female/city of evil
    Elite Ratio:    2.58 - 80/106/56
    Words: 221
    Class/Type: Story/Happy
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       this is a story me and my sister erin made up a long time ago!!!

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    dotsDare to Dreamdots

    Once upon a time, there was a boy named Mertyle Wilson. His dream, ever sence he was a young Scottish-Chinese lad, was to perform as Hamlet in the Shakespearian Ballet. with his little pink nose, piercing blue eyes, and curly black mop, he knew he was perfect for the part. Mertyle, who was frowned upon because of his dream, moved to Russia. There in russia he attended the school of Ballet Cury Instructers Institute for the Scottish-Chinese Lads(B.C.I.I.) to perfect his skills. Then, soon after many grooling months of hard work, he landed a role in The Nutcracker. Though it wasn't Hamlet Mertyle still was happy. He was cast as one of the many gracefeul Sugar Plum Fairy. On performance night, palms sweaty, he didn't miss a single step.The following day the reviews said; "That Mertyle stood out from all the rest, and he make a fantastic fairy!"
    Mertyle jump with glee as he read his review. Little did he know he was going to be promoted to the lead Sugar Plum Fairy.

    The moral of this story is to never let go of your dreams. Weather you wish to be a vet, docter, teacher, or a fairy, go for it. "If you can dream it you can do it!"-Walt Disney

    Submitted on 2008-01-17 16:41:23     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      Yo kate,
    I really like this for some reason,
    but when you said that you and erin made up this story, well this i dont think is what i expected.
    This is wonderful and has deep meaning to anyone that reads it.
    Things didnt turn out as he hoped, but that is exactly how life goes sometimes, but in the end he made out for the best.
    This i think is one of the better peices that you have written, some much meaning and so well written.
    I couldnt have done any better.
    I think that im going to add this one to my favs.
    It is going to stick out in my mind.
    Great write.

    Hey if you dont mind there is something that i want you to read,
    it is call the difference, basically it is the untold story of my life, things that people really dont know, so i had to get it out some way.
    | Posted on 2008-01-24 00:00:00 | by WonderfulComa | [ Reply to This ]

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