Under the Sea, part 1Side by side they lay there. They spent the sunset in the surface. Close to each other and with tired eyes they hold their hands. Bob, the sea man's prince from the empire of the depth and Malfuria, the mermaid's princess of Atlantis. They kept their love secret. Their fathers were kings of two totally different kingdoms. While Atlantis was a beaming and big kingdom, the empire of the depth was sombre, lonesome and dark. One could recognise this with the help of the tails of Malfuria and Bob. Bob's tail looked like the pattern of a tiger fur. The tail of Malfuria, against, was red beaming and in the fins seven high-carat diamonds had grown. Their parents didn't allow them to meet each other, however, since their first meeting they couldn't resist.Under the Sea, part 1 by *Malfuriana
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Bob opened his eyes. He noted the more and more weakly getting light of the sun. Quiet and still affectionately he woke up Mali. „Mali? Wake up, the sun is setting.“ The princess rubbed her eyes. „Oh it is already this late?
DBC Chapter 2 - TroubleThree months later, 9:00 PMDBC Chapter 2 - Trouble by ~sideshow-cellophane
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"-In other news, the former prisoner, Cecil Terwilliger, came out of his coma last night after three months. Doctors have handed him over to his family now, saying, "He just lost a few screws, nothing a little therapy won't fix. Now take him and never come back." His survival has seemed to trigger a new aura about his family, a hopefully "not-crazy" aura. Sideshow Bob has finally been pronounced "not-insane," while we're talking about it. His family posted a bail earlier this morning, and they have all—"
Grandpa Simpson rolled over, turning off the TV as well as falling off the couch. He jumped, startled, awake.
"What the—it's nine o'clock! The nurses will think I'm dead!" He ran out the door, calling a taxi.
The next day, 7:00 PM
"Bart . . . I don't think this is a good idea."
"Yeah? You didn't think trying Moe's squishees was a good idea, either."
"But look where it got us! You have detention for a whole mont
Persistent Justice - Ch. 6Ch 6Persistent Justice - Ch. 6 by ~LilyHellsing
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So many hours had passed.
Lisa arrived at her old home around 7 PM, not having realized how long it took to visit Bob and gather her evidence. Her parents briefly checked up on her, her mother giving her a quick filling dinner, before they headed off to bed early. It was plain to see just how sick Marge was with grief, both figuratively and physically.
After munching on her mother's delicious chicken soup, amazed and appreciating the homemade meal once more, she sat down in her room. How she would miss her comfortable bed and the warm food once she returned to college! Pushing aside those thoughts for now, Lisa lay on her bed with paper scattered randomly before her. "This looks something similar to my first semester in English." She chuckled to herself, rubbing her temples.
Why was she so interested in proving Bob innocent? Well, to find the real killer of her brother and avenge him, bring true justice to his name. Something else bugged her though. There was another reason of why
Persistent Justice Ch. 2Ch. 2Persistent Justice Ch. 2 by ~LilyHellsing
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A four hour flight sitting next to a baby who was teething, sitting behind a man who liked to sleep with his chair pushed back, and sitting in front of an alcoholic who was snapping for more beer wasn't Lisa's picture perfect day. It was five in the morning when she dragged herself out of bed, having only gotten two hours of sleep since she spent the night crying, looking at old scrapbooks, thinking of old memories. By the time six AM rolled around, she entered a four hour flight that was from Hell.
Here was the good news; this flight took her mind off of the recent news of her brother's murder and the reason why she was on it in the first place, which was to see the trial. She stopped thinking over this, stopped brooding over the past, stopped thinking of what was waiting in the heart of Springfield and started to wonder when she'd get off the plane.
Here was the bad news; she was miserable there. On that flight she was desperate to get off but was annoyed, had a headache, smelt