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A Wish for Wings

A Wish for Wings


Jenn Dolari writes:
When I was a little little kid, I used to see these shadow creatures"dancing" although they were more like jumping from shadow to shadow on mywalls. Saw them quite a bit till my cousin lit a firecracker behind myear at the age of 4. Got a bad case of Tinnitus from that that I stillhave to this day. After the firecracker issue, I never saw the shadowsagain.
However, many years later, I began to write a (fictional) story about agirl who wanted to be an angel, and her (occasional) experiences withShadow People.They're EXACTLY as I saw them as a kid, minus the red eyes, which I didfor the story's sake.
Check out Jenn Dolari's graphic-novel styled tale, A Wish for Wings(1).

1. http://www.dolari.org/awfw/tableofcontents.htm

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