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Dragons of BangorA great flash of brilliant light snatches through my blinds, slicing into every corner of my room. The pale walls glow for the brief moment the great pale light lasts, yet soon vanish as quickly as they came. My puzzlement seeps through my mind and courses through my brain. I had indeed heard and seen fractions of the storm outside earlier, but was it still continuing at this hour? I turn my head and look out into the darkness, far beyond the glow of amber and quartz street lights and the gently gliding head and tail lights of cars. I cannot see the mountain range through the shroud of onyx cloud. Nor can I see beginning or end to the darkness. From the limited view between the slats of plastic the night seems to stretch on and on forever, like a pit of despair. Suddenly a small rumble rattles through my window and fills my ears, growing into a tremendous roar. My body naturally jolts, ready to bolt away from danger, but danger does not come. Instead my head is filled with childlike cuDragons of Bangor by ImmyWimmy1
Hello there, I'm Imogen, though my friends often call me Immy anyway! I'm currently an undergraduate student studying Zoology at a University in Wales, but I'm originally from Cambridge, England. My greatest interests lie with science (many the study and care of animals), music (I'm Grade 6 on the clarinet and Grade 4 on the piano), art and literature.|
At the moment, my deviantArt gallery is a mixture of fursona artwork, artwork for adoptable pets, fanfiction and some of my original writing.