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Imaginations the Limit

By Arivania_Moons

Adventure / Fantasy

Prologue

Aria: Yo. I know, I know. I shouldn't be doing this. Well, too bad. I am. My brain is crammed full of this shit and I ain't stoppin'. I'M UNSTOPPABLE! *runs around screaming 'I'm Unstoppable'*

Cyber: -_- Great. Just great. Aria owns nothing but the plot.

Aria: AND MARY!

Warning: Cussing, fights (since when is Transformers, Transformers without the fights?), depression (slightly), angst, hurt/comfort


I was watching Transformers once again and was quite engrossed in the movie. I loved Transformers. I liked a lot of things. Transformers, Creepypasta, Yu-Gi-Oh!, etc. I was curled up in the corner of my couch under a blanket with my eyes glued to the screen, mentally cheering as Optimus caught Sam last-minute. And mentally fangirling. But aloud, I commented, "I think Optimus sees Sam as more than a normal human. Otherwise Sam wouldn't have been so important. I wonder if there's a connection that was already there...?"

I always commented on parts like that with similar remarks. Drove people nuts. Hey, not my fault I technically narrate what happens. I just... Do it. It was basically like how I sometimes burst out laughing for no reason. I'm surprised Mom never got me tested. But then again... Why has she been gone for almost a year? I know she said her new job gave her long business trips but... Nah. I'm just over-thinking this. Mom wouldn't just abandon me. Not after all that reassuring she did to make sure that I understood she'd never leave me.

So I just sat there as the credits rolled. I grinned and got up, going to put the second disc in when I noticed the time. I groaned. I had to go to bed because tomorrow was a school day. Uncool, life. Uncool. I stretched and turned the TV off with a sigh. I cleaned up before walking to my room. There I stripped out of my clothes and got into my PJs. After that, I walked into the bathroom to brush my teeth. Then I went back into my room, took off my glasses, shut off the light, and crawled into bed.

For awhile, I just laid on my side, looking out my window. I caught a shooting star go by and smiled sadly. I wish I could be more useful and loved... I wished sadly, knowing it wouldn't happen. I was just a stupid fangirl with impossible theories that no one would ever listen too... With those sad, but true thoughts, I drifted off into sleep.

A light glinted from that shooting star as a short breeze blew the curtains. A see-though being appeared and looked at the child. A sad smile came to the being's lips. "Oh, little child, your imagination is not useless. Many great things could come if only this dimension saw what it had. But it does not, so your wish will indeed be granted. For you were meant for greater things than a life of feeling unloved," the being murmured. The being waved a hand and the setting around them changed and the girl relaxed. "Sleep well, Mary... Tomorrow, your new life begins..." with that said, the being vanished.


Aria: Sorry for shortness, but that's just how the cookie crumbles. *sticks out tongue*

Cyber: *groans* Please at least attempt to review...

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