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Lullaby

By AnnaJones All Rights Reserved ©

Fantasy / Adventure

Blurb

This is the lullaby of a girl that once got out of Neverland. She tries to find her way through the real world.

Prologue

She escaped and she was free finally as she got to London. She had no family members so she had to live on the streets for six months. The girl tries not to remember the place, she used to live but memories come back.

“I left... I left because of my lullaby.”


The girl was sitting on a turtle in the river, roaming around. Looking around her home, she feels satisfied with the repairs after three months. A hurricane hit her home, she expected it to hit The Lost island but it hit her part of the island, Lulu Lullaby Falls. Her home was near a waterfall.

The trolls were on their lunch break and she gave them cookies and a new place to live. It wasn’t near her waterfall but it was on the island, Lulu Lullaby Island. Their homes were almost done, they used to live in the dark but it always got flooded so they decided to move. They found the girl while she was teaching their younglings.


The girl started to sing but she mouthed the words as she got to the second verse. People passed by, not noticing that there was a little girl that was close to fainting. One tried to call 911 but had no service so the person continued on. The girl looked at the person and then looked down, she didn’t know the person was going to find help.


The trolls were playing around trying to have fun while in the rain one school day. She had to get their attention because another hurricane was coming three months after the first.

Only she knew about it and sent them somewhere else, the trolls had to stop playing. They were sent to Aliba's Castle.  

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