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Purple Ink

By AyseHikari All Rights Reserved ©

Other / Adventure

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   Ellie Grace was a girl who is different from anyone else and as normal as everyone. Each human, person is such different and such various that, we can see how each person is such normal. Normal evolves from difference and so variation evolves from normalcy. While they are so similar in reality, they are so opposite in theory. Anyway our subject matter was Ellie's tiny difference which is a tiny ball, I call it 'ball' however it might also be a formless thing. This thing was standing still in her brain without giving her any little harm. And this thing was causing her to see the world different. Well, I don't say or claim that everybody else in the world does see the world same, but I also don't want to reason the word 'different' anymore -'cause every time I intend to, I end up losing control-. So, Ellie was seeing everything and anything a little bit different because this tiny, shapeless thing in her brain was playing with the images that her eyes send to her brain, and in playing it was using her dreams, nightmares, thoughts or maybe even the tiniest beetle in the dark in her unconscious. As a result of, Ellie Grace was a girl who is different from anyone else and as normal as everyone.

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