Purple Autumn 2020 🍇

The Little Idas Flowers   Anne Anderson

Little Ida’s Flowers

Little Ida’s Flowers (1835) MY poor flowers are quite dead,” said little Ida, “they were so pretty yesterday evening, and now all the leaves are hanging down quite withered. What do they do that for,” she asked, of the student who sat on the sofa; she liked him very much
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Fantasy: “Tree” Chapter 1

“Magnus” “You wouldn’t believe it if you haven’t seen it yourself, but he actually has a tooth in the middle of his head.”  Mom always told everyone that he was created by her illness. Mom had something called schizophrenia grandma said, and everything in mom’s world looked like a P
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“The way we think” From the Anunnaki Bible

“Inside my head, the energy strings where thoughts travel build a net of connecting highways. The most important thought strings glow stronger then the others. Those are mainly the ones we use right now.  -Is it true you can see your thoughts as a connecting puzzle while you eat or do som
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The Anunnaki Bible Chapter 1 The Beginning!

 The Annunaki Bible Chapter 1 The Beginning “We will tell you the tale of how it all started, you call us Gods, but bow to the image of you. You say we sent our son and that our son is us. You say that the child is you by image but us in heart. You noticed that a part of us was to deliver
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Hans Christian Andersen 1805-1875

The Tale of Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875) In the mid-1950s, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Hersholt introduced to the Library their accumulation of Anderseniana which likely were the most complete gathering in America of first versions, original copies, letters, introduction duplicates, and pictorial mater
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Princess and The Pea

The Princess and the Pea (1835) ONCE upon a time, there was a prince who wanted to marry a princess; but she would have to be a real princess. He traveled all over the world to find one, but nowhere could he get what he wanted. There were princesses enough, but it was difficult to find out whet
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Little Claus and Big Claus

Little Claus and Big Claus (1835) IN a village there once lived two men who had the same name. They were both called Claus. One of them had four horses, but the other had only one; so to distinguish them, people called the owner of the four horses, “Great Claus,” and he who had only
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