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Chapter 8 The WatchmanChapter 8:Chapter 8 The Watchman by ~Clya
"Where have you been!" exclaimed Alice. "We have been looking for you for some time now."
The boy with platinum blond hair hung his head and answered "I've been looking for you."
"Yes, but it seems that we have kept missing each other," he lifted his head to peer up toward Alice.
"Then why did you run away when you first crossed through the looking glass?"
"Well," he shifted his body to stand up straight. "I use to be a rabbit, an old rabbit, and when I crossed through I became a teenage boy. I am sure you would have freaked out a little if you were in my shoes."
"The watches?" she pointed at the various wrist bands of watches, the heaps of pocket watches, and necklace watches that hung around him.
"I am fascinated
Chapter 9 The Round UpChapter 9Chapter 9 The Round Up by ~Clya
The Round Up
The group made their way back through the hallway and back outside to the front of the house. The man still sat under the tree, hookah pipe in hand, with eyes peacefully shut. The Rabbit approached the Caterpillar. "It is time."
"For what?" sharply asked the Caterpillar.
"For us to return."
"Everything comes full circle."
The rabbit leaned over and whispered something into the sitting man's ear. His eyes opened wide and he nodded. He slowly stood up and joined the group, towering over them, for her stood a foot or two above the rest.
"This way," remarked Alice and she brought them to the side of a house where the wooden gate laid. She brought out the key that the boy had given her, wiggling it around in her fingers pressed against the lock the d
Chapter 10 The Start of the BeginningChapter 10Chapter 10 The Start of the Beginning by ~Clya
The Start of the Beginning
The group of Wonderland creatures all made their way back to the Queen's event who was too involved with her own speech to realize who was missing. They sneaked into the back seats just as the opening speech was coming to an end. There were however three creatures missing, the Mad Hatter, March Hare and the dormouse who had taken a detour for one last cup of tea, for they argued it was tea time and would be rude not to stop for at least one cup of tea.
The white rabbit eventually made his way on stage to give the Queen her red croquet gloves. The game would quickly begin but the Rabbit would pay little to no attention to this. For his thoughts were on the girl on the other side of the looking class, the girl who had fallen down the rabbit hole and landed in their world. His thoughts were on Alice.
Meanwhile Alice was back home running around the ho
One of a Kind chapter 5One of a Kind chapter 5 by ~firewalker71
Previously. . .
"Please forgive me for not coming back to you sooner. I just. . .lost track of time looking for Mally. . ."
"It's ok." Alice consoled, "But did you ever find her?" Sighing heavily he shook his head.
"No, I'm afraid not. I don't know where she is. And I've searched every teapot in the castle. . ." Becoming more and more lamentable, Tarrant added, "Mind you. . .Although I'll never regret "why," But I do regret, "how," I went about it. . . with my bloody temper!" Wanting to console him, Mirana stepped between the two of them.
"Now. . .now. You had every right to be angry. And Mally needs to think about what she done. But. . .In the meantime, I'm sure there are other pleasant things to worry about." Looking at Alice he proudly smiled.
"You're so right. . ." he replied with great enthusiasm. Holding his arm out to Alice, he asked, "Shall we?"
"Absolutely. . ."
As they began walking down the great hall, Tarrant found himself hesitating long enough to get A
One of a Kind chap 6One of a Kind chap 6 by ~firewalker71
Previously. . .
As they approached him, the Duke began to nervously straighten out his ascot.
"Well. . .It's about time! Did you see what that rogue done to me?" Grinning with satisfaction, Mirana nodded, "Very vividly. . ."
"Well? Aren't you going to do something?" Raising an eyebrow, she coolly replied,
"Now, why should I hold him accountable for his actions, when you're the one who provoked him?" Letting out an insulted scoff, he gasped,
"Well, I never!"
"And you never will again!" Looking at her guards she ordered, "Will you kindly escort this gentleman out of here." In utter shock, the Duke could only marvel at her as they took each an arm. "What? How dare you!" Keeping a lid over her growing anger, Mirana glared at him and hissed, "No. . .How dare you! I don't care who you are. When you learn to treat my dignitaries with respect, then you can come back! But until then, you are no longer welcome here
One of a Kind chapter 7One of a Kind chapter 7 by ~firewalker71
Previously. . .
By the break of dawn they’d returned to a very worried Mirana, who'd met them in the hallway. Barely able to look her in the face, Tarrant replied,
“My Queen, please forgive me. . .I’m so-”
“No. . Tarrant. It is I who should apologize to you. I had no idea the Duke was that arrogant, or rude. But if it’ll make you feel better I escorted him out, and banned him from any other functions here at the castle.” She replied, as Tarrant’s eyes widened with surprise.
"Y-you did?" His innocent question had her giving him a very serious gaze.
"Of course, I did. Nobody insults my “Hatter,” You're like family, here. And don't you forget it." Touched over her loyalty, he chuckled and shook his head.
“Thank you, kindly. . .”
Quickly wanting to move on, Mirana playfully replied, "You can thank me, by joining me for tea. I was just on my way to the kitchen. . ."
“That would be divine. . .
Not Your Fairy Tale: Prelude Ch7*Chapter 7*Not Your Fairy Tale: Prelude Ch7 by ~JeanLuz
Alice walked in alongside W.R. The place was packed with various cards and creatures from around Wonderland. The Queen was sitting in her throne the King was in his throne at her side he had a bandage on the left side of his neck. Alice tensed seeing this, ‘Had he gotten hurt because he lost to me?’ she thought. She didn’t want that to distract her and so looked around some taking in the massive throne room. Part of her was searching for Cheshire, curious if he was going to make an appearance as well. But it seemed that was not the case. Alice gave a small sigh her eyes turned toward the Queen. The Queen was judging Alice, as the distance between them shrank. W.R. felt the tense air growing and decided to speak “I believe my wonderful Highness that we have finally found our Alice.” He bowed then stood up strait again “She has passed all the trials and even gained nearly all the swords. Your own dear Husband even has given her a blessing.&