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Spiral Suzy
Rose Raposo

In a far away place in Pinkloot lived a little odd shaped house, that looked to be like a banana with a strange hand on the back
and two horns on each side, the windows were carved inside the banana. Inside the wierd home there lived a family of three,
a mom- Ella, dad- Gavin and they had a daughter named "Spiral Suzy." Her mother named her that becuase her fingers were of spirals. The town of Pinkloot had a population of alot of zombies, even Spiral Suzy and her parents were zombies.
Spiral Suzy was a square faced girl with hair in pigtails-always. She had black hair and blue eyes the color of the clear sky. She was twelve years old and went to a school called Zomloot Academy High. Which meant Zombie Pink Loot school for
all zombies. Everyone there wears uniforms, their school colors are black and gray. The girl's wear a dress with a shawl around
the waist, tied at the waist below is a mini-broom. The sleeves are long draped to the floor, with long black platformed boots, with diamonds connected on the shoes. The boys uniform is a shirt that looks cowboy style almost with seperate sleeves that are shaped as razors. Pants with a belt and pockets with a "ripped" effect to it and plain gray shoes that could either be sneakers or dress shoes.
In Spiral Suzy's home was two floored, Suzy had a small room with light purple walls, her faveorite color. Her room had little shaped spirals on the walls, to represent Suzy. She had a beige dresser with a lot of stuff on it and in her room lay a tombstone which said "Here lies Spiral Suzy..RIP" it was on the other side of her room, where she lay to sleep at night.
Also- an eggplant shaped television set in a rich dark purple color, she had posters all over of her faveorite movie
"Nightmare before Christmas." Suzy was a big fan of that movie, she had a closet full of clothes of purple to black and a old costume that had flies swarming around it-- it was the Nightmare before Christmas costume of Sally she wore last year to a Halloween Party they had last year at her school.
Spiral Suzy had some friends then people at school who didn't like her and made fun of her wierd shaped fingers, her mother said they were jealous of her fingers and that it was a gift and it was be in good use one day.
Around Pinkloot was a tree shaped house with 2 apples hanging from it, that was her next door neighbor's house an old woman named Anabell who everyone thought was annoying because all she did was talk to people so much and invite them to dinner and give them so much food, and she'd talk about anything and everything.
Across the street from her house below her was a little post-office called "Fly-Mail" which red seagulls carried mail around their necks and flew to peoples house's dropping letters in their chimney's.
On the other side of the street was a tomb-stone shaped doctor's office, ones a month zombies go on check-ups because a part of their body tends to fall out so they have to go to the doctor's office to get it sowed up by the woman there that fixes those types of problems, she was a semestress.
At Spiral Suzy's house, her mom owns a garden full of Turnip Monsters which are real lifed Turnips who are extremely cranky and when they dont get food or water they act like big pests.
Also she has sleeping shrubs, that are plants which always sleep and look like sharp cactus plants.
Spiral Suzy went down the steps from her room to the table where they were having breakfast.
"Morning!" smiled Gavin her father who was a fat man with a black mustache and hair, his eyes were blue just like Suzy's.
That's where Suzy get's her looks from, her father. Her mother was a petite small woman with black hair and green eyes.
Spiral Suzy sat at the table,
"What're we eating?" she asked curiously
"Corn-Flies," replied her mother, Ella.
Spiral Suzy groaned, "We always have that.."
"Well..when you grow up and you make your own food, then you can eat what you want," replied her father, as her mother nodded in agreement.
Corn-Flies were something Suzy had no liked, it was bits of corn, bits of flies and milk.
After they ate Suzy talked to them about schol, how she hated it and would rather run away from home and explore the world.
"Don't you think of running away!, you hear young lady?!" asked her mother in a horrified look,
"But you bought me that Lucid Dragon, out in our backyard that can fly me places," replied Suzy.
"That dragon, is used for going to your grandma's house only, and if we catch him disobeying us, then were going to take him to the dragon pound!" hollered her father.
"No dad, not Twinkly, hes a great dragon," replied Suzy.
Spiral Suzy loved Twinkle, her dragon, he was a transparent dragon..he could be seen when he wanted or disappear while riding on him and it makes you look like your flying invisibly while riding a dragon, that was his power, he was a very rare dragon and one of a kind, its very hard to find a dragon like him. He was a light blue dragon with yellow eyes and see-through white wings, he had a star and moon imprint on his back, he had got that since he was born.



"This has good detail and imagination! I found some slight typos,easily fixed with revision. I'd like to see where you go with this!" -- christine.
"I read this story and enjoyed very much.It shows that your imagination has no boundaries.Keep writing anyway." -- Aziez Jahan Siyarzai, Mianwali, Pakistan, Punjab.


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