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    dots Submission Name: Chasing Starsdots
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    Author: hyproglo
    Elite Ratio:    4 - 180/257/152
    Words: 175
    Class/Type: Misc/Misc
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    They are becoming unaccustomed to the ordinary
    Searching for something that is new yet familiar
    Hoping for it to be unique and comfortable

    Like the sound of a dog barking

    Has the idea that the clouds form in unique ways only to drop familiar raindrops too simple of a clue?
    Can they no longer smile to the consistency of the storm?

    Ordinary seems like it is a burden to them. Extraordinary comes for a moment until the extra assimilates into the fabric of their world.

    Inadvertently creating dungeons of despair as they await the next best thing.

    Who are these imaginative ones who are always chasing stars?

    These little beacons of life with glory in their eyes and missing the clues in the shadows.
    Leaving the depth of a meaning to elude them.
    And the promise of something new to seduce them.

    Like the unfamiliar bark of a very familiar dog.
    Frightened and intrigued.






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