Singasongof wrote:Your writing is so amazing and has so much promise for even better stuff in the future. Wonderful concept, wonderful execution.
Oh my gosh, thank you. I'll try to write something for the next contest as well.
OllieTwist246 wrote:My best friend always turns down the volume and/or doesn't speak when passing a graveyard. I too follow that superstition out of respect for her. Sometimes if I pass a small one without enough time to turn volume down or anything, I mentally apologize.
Wonderful story, it's good and heartbreaking
StarlightGalaxy wrote:My family has a similar superstition as well! Except, when we pass by graveyards/cemeteries, we don't stay silent; we quietly say "tabi tabi, po", which, in Tagalog, roughly translates to "excuse me, sir (or any respectful title for your elders)". This shows respect for those who passed away and by doing this, their spirits won't haunt/curse us.
glumpkin wrote:Wow. I just made this account to be able to comment on this. I loved the way you were able to tell this story. I read this while my mom was watching tv next to me and she didn't even know I read stories up until just now. I translated it in order to tell it to her and she loved it as well.
MsBooWinchester wrote:this is really amazing and really creepy! I remember when my old school bus used to pass a cemetery on the way to swimming school...damn....well done!
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