I am reviving this story….I originally shied away from this because I was sensitive and I took it to heart that only one sentence was focused on! It was part of the prompts…Anyway, fast forward to three years later…I think I am ready to quit being so silly and sensitive and, just finish this dang story already!
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Part VI: Meanwhile in Purgatory…
“We are all of us stars, and we deserve to twinkle.”
We are either stars
Or we’re star dust
We can either twinkle
Or we can just bust
The choice is always ours
Purgatory is not a horrid place like everyone thinks. Well, I mean it’s not a hellish looking place. Though I will tell you this much: Purgatory is always in the starkness of winter. It never gets tepid, or a room temperature feeling. It’s always freezing. Even someone like me can feel how frigid it is here. But we’re not talking about Purgatory; we’re talking about something much more sinister.
The dragons, dinosaurs, and leviathan pale in comparison to my father–who cast a curse on me in order to keep me away from Cody. I’m not here to ask for my fathers’ forgiveness. I am here to see if I can call a truce. Cody and I deserve to be happy. After all, like Marilyn Monroe once said, “We are all of us stars, and we deserve to twinkle.”
To Be Continued…
PS. This is all I got. If I delay any longer, I’m afraid I’ll miss the deadline!