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Off to save the day! (Avita’s song)

by vampricone6783


*This is from my “Town of Richardson” stories. This is underneath my folder titled “Town of Richardson”. Gacha Club character designs are on my wall. Enjoy!*

I’m off to save the day!

Off to save the souls!

Those poor, desperate souls

Who are alone and need my help


William seems friendly

I wonder why he speaks ill of his father?


Isabella is calm enough

Too calm for a town of tragedy

Those little girls are vicious

They want this all to end

They won’t stop haunting me!

Leave me alone, please!


There’s a demon my sister is communicating with

A ten year old named Samuel

How can he be a boy?

How can we trust him?

What if he hurts her?

And a woman in black, a woman named Annabelle-Lee

She speaks of ghost stories to me

She speaks of a man named Lucas

A terrible man named Lucas

A man who was the father of William

And the wife of Isabella

Now I understand why William is this way!

Now I know part of the story!


There’s just one more thing I need to know

What’s with Bubblegum?

A lonely clown

A silent clown

What’s got him so down?

What’s his story?

Hey, maybe it’s not that important

Maybe his story doesn’t matter


I’m off to save the day!

Off to save the souls!

Those poor, desperate souls

Who are alone and need my help


I sure do hope I don’t become a soul

I sure do hope I live

I don’t want to die…


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Ashitaka says...



So you'ld lie to be unravell mysteries,and being a Savior. Great song:)





Owning our story can be hard but not nearly as difficult as spending our lives running from it. Embracing our vulnerabilities is risky but not nearly as dangerous as giving up on love and belonging and joy—the experiences that make us the most vulnerable. Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light.
— Brené Brown