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It was December, a time when snow fell with certain ease. The time when disease traveled like tourist. Life ended, and soon new life would begin. The holidays were coming, and most people were panicking on money, and gifts to buy.

This would be normal, if the city was normal, but in Coal, nothing was normal. It was an isolated city. No one left no one came in. The world outside of this city was cut off. Nothing was sent, nothing was received by anyone or anything outside of the city limits.

Although it didnít really seem to bother anyone, they didnít really notice. Everything they needed was part of the city, stores, and jobs entertainment here and there. It was a paradise, but for some it was a nightmare. For some who couldnít get pulled in by the shining lights and the money thrown at their faces, for some it was hell. Hell disguised like a paradise, a paradise where everything was controlled. Those who ran the city seemed to be blinded just as bad. Police seemed not to be needed, People were brought up believing that god himself made the city. Nothing bad ever came nothing good ever went, just a perfect town with perfect citizens.

At least thatís how it use to be. Until the outside world started pushing in, and the people were shown what true life was.

If only...I could last til winter

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The following comments are for "Untitled Prologue"
by starmaiden

Is this....
....a continuation of the Blue Moon Necklace prologue. If so, give us more!

( Posted by: YernasiaQuorelios [Member] On: February 6, 2006 )

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