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Street Blind: Kalyebulag
Feb. 25, 2022
Heidy Ramos
Fiction: General/Other
Marissa was found on the outskirts of Kalyebulag, a visually impaired village. Her adopted parents found her and raised her as their own. Marissa learns that the people of Kalyebulag are born blind and were outcasted from their families as infants. These villagers were taken in by a priest, who created a community for them. The villagers were together and have a caring society, but when the night falls onto the quiet town, an evil witch, Zimiria, that haunts the all villages of the mountain. Marissa is curious about where she came from and the village of the blind, Marissa wonders why she isnt blind. Marissa questions if she can release the villages from the clutches of Zimiria, the evil witch. Marissa heads out on an adventure to find Zimiria and to learn the truth of where she comes from.
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I am a mother foremost of 5 beautiful children, 2 boys and 3 girls which are all doing great. My oldest son graduated as an IT, oldest daughter graduated as DNP and BSN in Stonybrook, my middle child(daughter) graduated from Buffalo as an Education Teacher and later graduated as BSN, my youngest son is still in school for business management and my youngest daughter will graduate from High School and is enrolled in OCC-she is not sure what she wants to do. I’m retired from my job as a Medical Assistant due to an illness. I pursue my studies in children’s literature to enhance my learning. I was married 3 times and have no regrets about my past relationship experiences.
I love to hike, bike, kayak, and camp out in a remote area. Nature is my playground and I instill it to my children naturally, I took all of them to my adventures. My children inspired me to write my biography and my poetry through my life experiences. My children are the joy-of my heart.
I am taking care of my health for the meantime since I have neglected myself for a long time. I would like to continue writing until I run out of stories to write.
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