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The night got darker as few stars were visible in the cloudy sky. Gaia got closer to Julia as the story unfolded. The bearded man continued his tale in the darkness, as nothing else mattered.
Nikos, the bearded man continued, had boxes of knives and blades and three sets of scalpels, tools that could be used to heal a wound, remove a rotten tooth or assist with a birth. Petros had crates that housed glass
The sea was violent and the weather unpredictable and it did not matter, the bearded man said. The sea was theirs to explore for they could not stand still, they had to move to feel alive, the sea called them
September 1333. A floating covered footbridge, the first of its kind, is built between Peter Island and Berkeley Place. It is named Rossi Bridge, after its constructor. August, 1833. The bridge, now 700 feet long, after a year-long restoration,
The night before the expected accident was dark and quiet. Many had left their homes and were awaiting on boats, in the lagoon. The water was still and fish had vacated its surface. Kristen had fallen asleep, on a
Without you, I do nothing, I am nothing, whispered the lover’s voice in Gaia’s ears in the Island of the Dead. Her eyes widened.
September, 1852. The first steam-powered AirBird flies for 17 miles before landing, in strong winds, on a hilly terrain in Harley Island. September, 1933. Over 18,000 AirBirds are in service in Helobiae.
Michael Fiorello was widely criticized in Coney Island for his cautious attitude. Some thought he did not understand modernity. Then, one day, a house builder on Ostrich Island had no money to pay the workers and found no willing lenders.
Michael Fiorello saw excitement build up on the wildest ideas and people slowly becoming greedy. His son’s toy train moved towards the end of the track. He raised the cost of money and enforced a bank law restricting lending
April 1st, 1933. For twenty hours, fish crowd the surface of the water in Life Canal on Fiore Island. June, 1865. After Karl Cagol’s death by influenza, at the age of 103, the family of primates that lived with