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Blue ScalesI flew over the huge city the mortals called Barron.
My wings glistened in the sunlight as they swung lightly up and down.
My scales clinked quietly against each other.
The sun was setting beautifully.
I blew fire to the sun, letting out a small roar to satisfy myself.
Fire against fire.
And there would be more fire soon.
I smiled a little inside.
I was on a mission to destroy a little village called Knox.
I was sent by the King Red Scales himself.
He wanted to take revenge on the mortals that killed his son.
Fools, those mortals. Didn't they know dragons loved to take revenge. That we didn't have any mercy?
I could see Knox in the horizon, and I started to fly lower, faster, and silently.
I flew to the tallest structure.
A breath of fire was all it took.
Mortals ran screaming out of their houses, crying to their people.
My Mortal Voice was strong as it bounded across the small village.
"Mortals!I have come for revenge. You have murdered King Red Scales son! You will all par
Fourteen Days NowI stared at the small teddy bear in my arms in hatred.
Another pity gift from my so called 'friends'.
If they were really my friends they wouldn't waste their stupid money on these stupid gifts when I was going to die anyway.
If they were really my friends, they would be trying to find a cure!
Well, maybe not, but the least they could do is hang out with me. Like the old times.
Maybe it's because I look strange with no hair.
I touched the soft skin on the top of my bald head.
The movement caused me to look up at the calender that was hanging on my wall.
The date of my death was marked with a star.
But, of course, my parents didn't know what the star meant.
They didn't know I was counting down the days.
If they did, they would have me moved back to the hospital in a second.
I hated it there though, it reminded me of death.
I rubbed the scar on my wrist. I still remembered the day I got it.
When I had found out I had cancer, I tried to kill myself, but of course, I was in a hospital bath
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