Her hair was as dark as it was ivory black. With classical music playing she silently began to promise herself to reincarnate after twenty years. As her pale beautiful face looked blankly into her own mirror, she overdosed purposely in hopes to die from its poison.
She licked her lips and began to wipe the reflection of Mongolia as if it were water vapor.
She grunted as she combed the hair down her back. "This is the only way..." She switched the capsule of medicine  of Metformin consistentcy in order to arouse suspicion with herself about her paranoid-delusional sczhorphrenia she didn't know she had.
Kagome began to cry to herself. She was "seeing" things again and hearing strange unfamiliar voices from the Shadow Realm.
It was nighttime and she would see shadows off the trees move and mutter at her aimlessly.
She began to pray to her Olympic star hoping to hear from Pegasus, the white- horned stallion. The white horse never showed up only the Blue Fairy did, and she came a dime a dozen. Kagome laughed to herself when the blue fairy came. It was Mary-Ann Collins dressed up in Cinderella shoes of blue. Not very peachy. Her usual.color was red.
"Fairy god Mother--"
She interjected quite rudely. She then transformed into the Red Fairy with dark-brown hair resembling Disney's cartoon movie version of Cinderella. She then paid attention to herself as if she was the only other person in the room. She clicked the heels of her glassy, Ruby slippers  and began to singing a haunting, gothic tune of "Come  Little Children" as she rewarded herself as look as Kagom'e's memories and dreams being immunated from a seemingly, lifeless, hopeless doll with reddish-brown pigtails all tied together with violet ribbons and a raggedity red, black dotted dress to match. The dolls stitched face began to smile without hesitation.
Kagome friggitided in her chair feeling a little more than over-excentric. "What are YOU doing here, Mary-Ann Collins?"
'Don't call.me 'Mary-Ann. Here, I'm Glenda, the witch of the North." She then smiled and carried away in make-8 and comical satire all at once.
Kagome couldn't help but smile and eventually laught at her antics. Hearing only her own breathing at first, she carefully explained why summoned from Fairytals.
"I need your help. You see, I just received word from Spirit World that Beauty and Hades are to be wed."
She then nodded and began to wander across the room, "Have you been taking your medications?" Glenda asked concerned.
Kagome.bot her lip and resumed, "I need to make-BELIEVE. I fear that the Holy Spirit and I I imagine may be at stake."
"What makes you say that?" She asked becurddled with disbelief. "I'm here, aren't I?"
"I know....but I just wanted to tell you what I was feeling, not what I was thinking."
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Submitted by shelinachapman on May 13, 2022

Modified on April 25, 2023

2:30 min read

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Characters 2,777
Words 496
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 16

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