Look to the Stars Ch 3It had been a few days that the colorful group were going on their road trip. They played games, saw extraordinary sights, and ate some tasty foods. Waluigi mostly hung about in some corner or off from the group. Even when they had all taken a group photo, it wasn't hard to tell that Waluigi was more of an outcast of the multiple twos. It didn't really matter to him. He mostly went along to make his brother happy. Whatever made the fat man happy, even if it meant ridiculing himself in front of others. Ugh.
The dawn was saying its farewell to the folk of the many towns as the evening was greeting them. Stars blanketed the sky like the sparkle of jewels. So lovely they were. Mario and company decided to camp out in a nice little forested area. They roasted smores, told stories, and laughed throughout the night. Only a few hours had past until everyone had fallen asleep in their tents. Waluigi came out, restless with bags under his eyes looking up to the sky. He sighed deeply, knowing thi
DeilliaThere was once a girl named Deillia. She wasn't average, nor was she perfect either. Her personality was one you could compare to a pair of dice, you don't know how they'll roll. Good or bad. This is how you could describe this girl.
Deillia lived in a town that was unlike any other, and yet it was the same. Though the houses and people around her were rather....peculiar. Some were big, some were small. Some were bright, some were dark. There was quite the variety of person one may notice...but if from another land you are...then this town is not your average town.
These lights and darks are not that of a person's skin, but the actual color or shape they be. Neither are the colors or greys, for they are as bright as rainbows and soft as rain clouds.
However, when it came to Deillia, she was not light or dark, colorful or gray, she was...of many multiplicities. Her hair a waterfall of bubblegum pinks and cherry reds, with the hints of sunny orange. Her clothes seemed that of mismatched