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Pen Your Pride


303 Reads 16 Votes 6 Part Story
Emily By District_12_Rocks Updated Dec 20, 2013

Do you like stories about an unusual friendship? Do you like stories about issues in people's lives? Do you enjoy reading stories with tragic events? If you answered yes to any of these questions, read on.

Jaxon Dallas is a boy of many words, just barely enough time to say them all. His thoughts disappear as quickly as they appear, causing issues in his life and those around him. However, he never thought he'd hear the words 'mentally unstable', yet somehow he is hearing them everywhere. Can an unusual friendship be formed when everyone is too afraid to breathe the same air as you? Can a friendship maintain through all these hardships?

If you, reader, are curious to find the answer, then you will enjoy reading this story.

  • balloon
  • car
  • comment
  • disability
  • fix
  • frie
  • jaxon
  • mental
  • mother
  • office
  • psychologist
  • read
  • share
  • son
  • vote
District_12_Rocks District_12_Rocks Dec 05, 2012
@lizardM72191 Thank you so much for the feedback! It means a lot to me when people say that they like my stories. And, yeah, Jaxon's a pretty original name. I don't like using everyday names ;P
District_12_Rocks District_12_Rocks Dec 05, 2012
@Mahshid Yeah, it reminds me of the relationship with Forrest and his mum too, but it's going to be very different later in the story. Thanks for voting and commenting and reading, it means a lot! :D
NDMahshid NDMahshid Dec 05, 2012
Well, first of all, I'm glad to be the first one who's dropped a line here, that's cool. 
                              Then, do you know what it reminds me of? Forrest Gump and his mother, how she believed in him and stood for him till the end. 
                              By the way, great ending to the chapter.
District_12_Rocks District_12_Rocks Dec 05, 2012
@Mahshid Thank you, I'm glad you think that and I'm glad you like it :D
NDMahshid NDMahshid Dec 05, 2012
Sounds like a different story, far from cliche. I'm glad I've found something like this to read.