Pewds' duck birthday poemIt's been one year when I wrote you a poem.Pewds' duck birthday poem by *KeenOnPinkie
Now I really don't know what to write,
so just keep entertaining us all day and night.
Who comes from Sweden and doesn't suck?
It's Pewds of course, that silly little duck.
He and Marzia are the cutest couple ever
for them I'd even catch a fever.
Keep on doing what you do and just be a duck.
We'll keep loving you and soon turn into ducks.
And then we'll praise our duck God for all eternity.
Farewell...I remember the day when I met you like it was only yesterday. It was a cold winter day when I first time came to see the stable where you lived by that time. What I heard many times was that you were aggressive and you had the habit of biting everyone who approached you. When I stepped in to your stall, I was pretty afraid at first. But I didn't see you behaving like I was told, not at all. You just stood there peacefully and looked at me, so I took a step closer. You raised your ears and kept looking. Finally, a few steps later I stood right next to you and touched you for the first time. That was how we first met. Do you still remember it? On that day I fell in love with you, completely.Farewell... by *KeenOnPinkie
Time passed and finally things came to the point when I didn't see you again. But I never forgot about you. I thought about you every once in a while and wondered how your life had started in your new home. I hoped I'd see you again some day, even though I knew it would be pretty impossible bec
A christmas togetherIt was Christmas Eve. When I looked out of the kitchen window I only saw a snowy courtyard. In the kitchen it was so wonderfully warm and cosy. I took potholders into my hands and took a baking tray with freshly baked cookies from the oven, and then put another baking tray into it. The cookies smelled so wonderful, and their scent pervaded into the whole kitchen. I sighed silently, there was still so many cookies waiting to be baked. At the moment I got an idea, I knew someone who could help..
I put the tray onto the draining board, put down the potholders and went towards the staircase that led to upstairs.
"Hey, Ash.. are you awake already?"
I called from downstairs, and when I didn't get the response, I walked upstairs. I thought if Ash was still sleeping. When I got up, I walked to his door and knocked at it.
"Ash? Are you still asleep?"
Once again there was no response, so I decided to open the door. I walked into the room, and then stood still for a little while, smiling to mysel
Kaappimorsojen yoSe kaikki alkoi niinkuin aina ennenkin. Yhdessä pienessä hujauksessa Rauski löysi itsensä taas ilmeisesti jostain customista.
- Joo... mikähän ääsreip customi tää taas on.. varmaan joku sellanen että mä paskon housuun,
Rauski jupisi kulkiessaan eteenpäin. Käytävät olivat heikosti valaistuja.
- Saatana tietenki ne on heikosti valaistuja.. mitäs muutakaan.
Käytävä käytävän perään meidän poloinen Rauskimme hiipi eteenpäin, aivan totaalisen varmana, että pian tapahtuisi jotain. Morso tulisi jostain, tai jotain muuta. Eipä tiennyt Rauski, että pian hän kohtaisi läjittäin morsoja. Oli nimittäin se aika vuodesta, jolloin morsot järjestivät vuotuisen kaapinmaalauskilpailunsa.
Joitakin minuutteja myöhemmin Rauski aivan varmasti kuuli jotain. Morsoja. Aivan varmasti morsoja, siitä ei ollut epäilystä
The family of GoofsI woke up in the morning from my bed at the campus, like usual. For a little while I didn't even remember what day it was, but soon enough I remembered. Today I would leave back home for vacation. I could almost hear home calling for me. For a while I still lay down on my bed under the blanket, but finally I heard some birds chirping outside, and I got up. I yawned and walked to a window, pulling the curtain up. What a beautiful morning! The sun shone right into my eyes, and I could feel the warmth through the window.
Next I went to bathroom to wash my teeth. As I came back, I took a quick glance to the clock. It was already 11 am, so I quickly gathered up my things.
A moment later I already ran out carrying my suitcase and skateboard with me. Bobby and PJ already waited for me in the car, so I threw my things in and went myself in after them. As I leaned against the car seat I could only hope that the guys would get us safely to my house, 'cause I felt my eyes slowly closing. Soon I a