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Contest: Blood, Pain and Transformation 2014-15
**First update for posting the prizes for our contest.
We will be updating this journal as soon as we get more prizes, so please keep checking it!.
On February 2015, Lilith's Realm will be celebrating its 5th anniversary, we have been one of the most solid and active groups at DeviantArt, the road hasn't been easy, we aren't one of those groups that accept 'everything and all',we are a consolidated and tough group with superb staff and with excellent artists as members.
As a way of celebrating our 5th anniversary,we proudly announce our new contest: Blood, Pain and Transformation 2014-15, it is planned to start this contest on December 15th,2014 and its end will be on February 15th,2015, so there will be plenty time for participating at our contest.
Rules for participating at Blood, Pain and Transformation 2014-15: *This is a preliminary idea of the contest, we will post the final result of the contest as we post the prizes, so please keep an
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Where Did You Go Chapter 5Chapter FiveWhere Did You Go Chapter 5 by suyuku-san
“You’re going back to Japan?” Gwen gaped in the middle of their lunch break; the two of them went to a local food court that was close to their work building, normally they would have had brought their own food but Ashley didn’t feel comfortable about talking what she might do in the office if Rodney was there.
There was just something about him, besides his obvious sexual harassment that just made her feel uneasy around him.
“I might,” she admitted. “Though I have to ask Howard, he is the boss after all and I can’t just up and leave without a proper notice so I can settle my own affairs.”
“Rodney does it all the time.” Gwen stated.
“I’m not him, besides I owe Howard this much. He’s done a lot for me and I know there’s a lot that I can’t repay him for. He got me this job when I was right out of college, not many people get that chance.”
Chained To The PastAs I wander through this life,Chained To The Past by FullMoonFaerie
I ponder things said,
Simply existing, neither alive nor dead.
They say my scream brings destruction and death,
That my screams bring the living to their final breath.
A banshee, they call me, of Irish curse
Some say my fate, well, that there is nothing worse.
But you see cursed I am, cursed with the past.
Rarely ever seeing sunlight, and it never lasts.
The chains of the past,
They rattle and crack,
As I trudge through this life,
And try not to look back.
Where Did You Go Chapter 6Chapter SixWhere Did You Go Chapter 6 by suyuku-san
The flight was long.
Long, and at points, really exhausting, Ashely found that no matter what she did she couldn’t get any sleep on the flight, she dozed here and there but not any concrete sleep.
Ashley could only chalk it up to nerves; she hadn’t been in Japan for over six years so it was understandable for feeling so nervous.
The plane would land in Chiba Prefecture, at Narita International Airport. It was the closest one to Tokyo that Ashley could find on short notice; thankfully the ticket wasn’t too pricy since it was early spring. Yet being on the plane made her feel almost isolated, like a strange sense of deja-vu from the first time she was on her way to Japan.
Now it was a lot more common to see people of different ethnicities traveling all around the world be it for business, or pleasure. Back when she was only fifteen, it almost felt jarring at how she and six other kids from her school were sitting on a plane. All sitting separately and trying