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There was once a lonely ghost in a happy land called "Light of the Shadows", had she been forgotten thousands of years, and now is roaming the land haunting everyone. Her name was Pelomnai
Pelomnai decides to go away to a faraway land and never come back, she didn't want to stay on this land anymore, she was better in the darkness of the shadows than the unbereable and unfaithful lights.
She would meet many ghosts like her but they would have at least a faint smile stretched across their faces. She flew through oceans, walked the lands, suffered the difficulties of loneliness, and feared the fears. No one stopped her, no one cared until she did herself.
Pelomonai learned that never underestimate you fate or destiny and to never look at the bad side of life just for a little unfairness.
She became very tiredly once she was in between the dark and the light lands. She went inside the shadow and saw a castle. It was dull but bright at the same time. She met a girl like her a ghost princess, only she was more beautiful and gay then her. The girl invited her to the inside of the castle and Pelomonai went inside after all she's been walking for days now and a little rest won't hurt.
Pelemonai goes inside and sits on the chair while the made offers her some soup in a fine china bowl and some hot milk mixed with the purest honey. The maid was polite and her name was Molayna. The ghostly princess called her Foofooshi and then suddenly, unexpectedly Pelomonai's facial cheeks parted and her lips stretched to create what was known as a smile.
Foofooshi introduced her family, her ghostly grandparents and her husband. They only human remaining were her sister Selifonia in the beautiful rose pink gown and Racandifona in the baby pink dress. She recognizes a painting of the broken castle, it was the Gargadium caslte that was broken down by intruders. She tells Foofooshi and then she notices that they were all family.
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